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The "danger" is entirely situational, depending on what class you're playing, how many enemies there are and where you're tp'd to. But as @Humungus said, it's generally more annoying than anything, especially for melee classes.
The simple answer is to type a message - There is no way to clear your status without it sending a message to your friends - it will always have a message attached.
there are a lot of things you can such as farm bosses to get legendary gear as i have done or find people to play with and enter hell rifts and nephilim rifts or just kill the main bosses.
Yes. There used to be an option to reset the chosen skills, but it was removed in 2.0 (or shortly before that) to be replaced by a simpler system: Just re-select them. I.e. click on the other (greyed out) skill to assign that skill. Siderant: It took me some time to find out as well. Simpler does not mean more intuitive. I mean, who sees a greyed out ...
Nazeebo is the current name for the witch doctor,I say this is his name because he was selected for the Nexus tournament(heroes of the storm), along with Sonya, Valla, Tyrael and Diablo, all of which are cannon names. also Valla was not the sole survivor on the attack on her town, her sister Halissa escaped with her but drowned in a river when she lost her ...
According to this post on the diablo 3 forums, a little old but I doubt anything changed since, here are some attacks that are considered melee, including the soul leasher/ripper : YES *Fallen Maniac suicide bomb YES *Soul lasher/ripper tongue attack NO *Herald of Pestilence poison pool attack NO *The fire breath from an Oppressor but each ...
The CD key is tied to a battle net account. If you log into the same battle net account you will not have any issues. There should be nothing stopping you from installing the game. If you are having issues with the physical disc install, you can log into your battle.net account and download the installer from the Blizzard website directly.
The one that is shown in your inventory is your current damage with all the buffs that affect you(including set bonuses, mantra's, laws, shouts, followers, shrines, etc.). The one showed on profile page is your damage without any buffs and without any set bonuses.
The profile DPS doesn't include some of the variables in the calculation, mostly just damage buffs from skills (including passive), because these damage buffs are inactive at the moment of calculation, i.e when offline (profile page treats your stats the same regardless if you're online or offline) Sheet DPS includes all these variables, because it is ...
When the patch goes live, your current 2.0.6 character will be retained with all your current gear, stats, and builds. The PTR character only lives there. They are used for testing and when the PTR is taken offline so is that instance of your character.
No. It is impossible for a couple reasons: Balance: the drop rates might be different on PTR than on your normal account. compatibility: the items that drop on the PTR might not even exist on the "normal" system, it might have a new affix. Or it might have an affix that can't happen in the old version yet.
No.The test realms are for testing,items can change etc. :) None of the progress made on the PTR will transfer back to the live game, so any items, experience, or achievements you earn while on the PTR will not advance your characters on the live servers. It's a great place to test out the new changes and features from the patch, though. I definitely ...
No. Blizzard state in their forums: As a reminder: Any progress made on the PTR will not transfer over to your live account.
There's a very helpful collection about this and other item effects on the official forum.It says: Stacks multiplicatively with Paralysis, appears to be affected by proc scalar. The game rolls for a proc from Paralysis first. If Paralysis is not triggered, it then looks for stun chance on equipment from things like Wyrdward. Does not interact with ...
The damage splitting effect works like this: For this example an attack does 100 damage, Player A's damage mitigation is 70% and Player B's is 50%. When A gets hit, the attack is reduced to 30 damage, then gets halved and both players take 15 damage. When B gets hit, the attack is reduced to 50 damage, then gets halved and both players ...
Spawned the cow level on my 77th rift, guess I'm a lucky one eh? The level "name" is still a random generated name like all rifts, however you'll instantly notice it's full of cows. After killing a while you'll walk into a event room similar to the Jar of Souls room. Speaking to the Ghost of the Cow King will launch the event with herds of cows spawning ...
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