- May 13, 2003
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Caved and got it, people kept hassling me to play oh no I'm so mega popular. I'm BadHat#1551. Already added everyone in the thread.
I dont think so. It's in place to monitor hackers in-game, such as bots. No exploits have been noted yet.People's accounts being hacked just from playing in a public game. Wasn't the whole forcing you to play on Blizzard's servers thing supposed to be to protect from hacking exploits?
I'm not saying I don't hate monthly fees as much as the next guy, but I don't think you understand how businesses / capitalism works.I hate this excuse so much.
HMM WHAT DOES BLIZZARD HAVE A LOT OF
OH GEE, MAYBE IT'S MONEY
Yeah guys servers totally cost 1.5 million a month to maintain, that's why monthly fees are justified!
I'd rather people say 'they are hungry jews looking for more money' than some bad justification like 'they need the money to upkeep servers/pay their five coders!'I'm not saying I don't hate monthly fees as much as the next guy, but I don't think you understand how businesses / capitalism works.
I know it's just those specific words bug the shit out of me.
I haven't played since the beta, so it may have been changed, but from what I remember, the stash is shared.Would've been better if they just implemented character sharing, like I could transfer stuff between characters. In Diablo 2 you had to go in a room, drop some shit, hope no one finds it, and come in with another character. Would just be easier if you could give gold and items to another of your characters, or maybe a shared stash or something. It'd be nice to have a choice in the matter..
Stash is shared.
I like the shared gold. I can see why it would annoy some people, but do you really think any company would cater to multiple people playing on a single account for any reason? That's actually the opposite of good business sense.
Even if no one else was using my account. So I buy something awesome for one of my characters, and all have to suffer having no gold?
****ing righteous. Love it.Blizzard's South Korean offices have been raided by police to gather evidence. They refused to refund customers which is illegal there.
Got to lvl 22 with my monk, then started a new demon hunter so I could play along with a friend who doesn't have a full-time job and is wayyy ahead of me with his first character (we both got the game at launch).So it's been a little while since it got released, how is everyone finding this game?
Personally I beat it Normal and Nightmare with my Monk, made a Wizard, got to level 5 and haven't played it for about a week.