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NeLLy #1854
Why?(1)Category: GeneralJuly-30-2013 10:17 AM PDT (8 years ago) Go to Blizzard forum post
Hi and why? I don't know why? can you tell me why? why cant you tell me why?

Profits = In game gold or items, not making real money of the game.

Why is it so hard for the people who don't use real money to make profits in the game of diablo3?? Good question? they lack in the skill of flipping? maybe no patience? they don't have the luck that others do when it comes to getting lucky and hitting the lottery by finding an elite item?

I know so many people who play this game often and farm a lot and never to be rewarded but only to be disappointed being slowly forced to use real money.

My Point:
It is damn near imposable to gather enough gold to be able to afford atleast one item worth billion and up by playing the game. With 2 million kills I never found an item that was worth more then 200 million. I refuse to use real money but I do want to own atleast 1 item that is considered elite by getting it legit.

I don't care about making real money from the game and that is not what im talking about.

Edit: Not Prophets as in nostredamous but profits, LoL My mistake.
[Post edited three times, last edit by NeLLy#1854 at August-12-2013 10:36 AM PDT (8 years ago)]
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Grimiku
.-~* Why? *~-.(19)July-30-2013 12:47 PM PDT (8 years ago) Go to Blizzard forum post
My Point:
It is damn near imposable to gather enough gold to be able to afford atleast one item worth billion and up by playing the game. With 2 million kills I never found an item that was worth more then 200 million. I refuse to use real money but I do want to own atleast 1 item that is considered elite by getting it legit.


If you don't mind, I'd like to ask for a little clarification. Would you like for a very high end weapon to specifically drop, or would it be ok if you obtained one of these weapons through another method? (crafting as an example) Is it the item itself, or the financial wealth that is more appealing to you?

*edit* I'm interested in everyone's feedback on this subject, so feel free to chime in even if you're not the op.
[Post edited one time, last edit by Grimiku at July-30-2013 2:18 PM PDT (8 years ago)]
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Grimiku
.-~* Why? *~-.(54)July-30-2013 5:43 PM PDT (8 years ago) Go to Blizzard forum post
I don't want to sidetrack the conversation to much, but one of the things I'm seeing repeated in this thread (and others) is that the stat range in gear has to wide of a gap. That's one of the specific itemization adjustments that developers have been spending time on, and would influence the item hunt in a positive way.
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Grimiku
.-~* Why? *~-. (Op Replied #126)(146)July-31-2013 1:32 PM PDT (8 years ago) Go to Blizzard forum post
Posted by: NeLLy

Finding it in the end means a lot more and is a lot more rewarding then buying it from the Auction house or trading for it. Either way its near imposable for a legit gamer such as my self who doesn't use real money to get one because I just am not able to generate such large amounts of gold.


This is certainly the heart of a concern that many long term Diablo III players share about the end game item hunt, and it's something our developers are working on. It's the sort of thing that should be tackled from multiple approaches like improved items, targeted drops, better crafting, and a healthy economy. Some of the finer points involved with these improvements are still being ironed out, so we'll share more information as soon as we're able to. In the meantime, keep an eye on the website, stay healthy, and remember to take a break if you need to. We'll be here when you return, chatting in great threads like this one, and working on making Diablo III as awesome as we can.
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