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I'm going to assume that you mean: Does equipping the affix on yourself apply to your followers. (Obviously equipping it on them would work) The answer is no, it only applies to the person or follower that currently has the equipment on them. If you equip the item on a follower, it applies to them. You just don't see it because it counts as a hidden stat.
Definitely normal. I think these probably occur in one of 20 to 30 games. They will only occur inside of a rift. If you can kill a significant amount of them then it is usually a lot of fun (screenshot will come when I get back to the computer it is on). If you are playing above your level it can be discouraging to only kill one or two. From what I have ...
I believe you are misunderstanding how Unity works. The damage is split, so you will still take the damage while he cannot die from any damage suffered. For example, you both have 100 life, and you get hit for 200 damage. Both you and your follower would take 100 damage each. Your follower will not die because of the token, however you will still die ...
This isn't common, but it can definitely happen. Every time you spawn into a floor of a Nephalam Rift, it randomly chooses which enemies will spawn on that floor. One of the groups of enemies is a lot of treasure goblins all at once. It's definitely one of the rarer enemy groups, but is fun when it happens. :)
I am not sure Paragon leveling doesn't scale the mosters. Playing on Torment VI with my Paragon around 100, I usually encountered the blues at some 300+M of hp - but now, as I am nearing Paragon Level 300, the blues are ALWAYS around 500M. The yellows used to be at some 600M-700M - now they are at 1B+. This is very irritating and strongly resembles the ...
I have no way to verify this personally (so, grain of salt, et cetera), but the Diablo Wiki says this about the Spines of Seething Hatred: The unique affix turns Chakram into Hatred generator: instead of spending Hatred, it generates one. However, for all purposes, it still counts as secondary, Hatred-spending skill. Assuming this information is ...
DO NOT LEVEL. Leveling will not make the boss easier. This is not a static game where you can 'over-level' in order to kill the boss fast, instead your gear will be weaker and the boss will scale to your level. Dropping the difficulty will work wonders; grinding levels will hurt you. Gambling will always get you items scaled to your level. Once again DO ...
You can avoid all the attacks of his last form : You can avoid the breath by going to the extreme left/right sides : The explosions can be dodged as well. The green zone of an explosion changes color before exploding. It helps you see where an explosion will be, but the zone is safe to walk on until there is an actual explosion. This helps you define ...
You can try crafting/farming some gear that will better optimize your character. Chances are you are not doing damage fast enough as the poison on the ground spell acts as a "soft enrage" in that the longer the fight goes, the more ground area it will cover. As suggested in the comments you may also need to either level up your character some more or drop ...
If you are playing on the 360 you will not be able to play with each other. Because thet are seen as 2 separate games.
That is intentional. You are supposed to be around level 38-42 when you beat the final boss. After that's done, it's up to Adventure Mode to rise that level (for the most part). What exactly is Adventure Mode? After you’ve completed Act V and beat the game in normal mode you’ll have enabled something called adventure mode. Adventure mode let’s you pick ...
This happens automatically within your clan. Any legendary items identified by you or your clan-mates will be announced to the entire clan. There is no other way to enable item announcements than to join the same clan as your friend.
With the release of the expansion Reaper of Souls you can use Adventure Mode to visit every act in game without going back to menu. Although some achievements will require the game to be in certain state, to get them you will still have to use the option "change quest" and start in Campaign Mode.
As long as they are chilled or frozen, the damage is increased for any source meaning that if you chill them with blizzard then use disintegrate, the damage is increased for both spells. The chill has to be applied from a cold spell, but the damage increase is for any spell type.
Been soloing T6 Zulle for a bit now and I'm starting to feel I've gotten everything I can from him. Is there a list of items he's able to drop or is it fair game for everything? I got a lot of really great drops earlier on when I wasn't able to play T6, but he hasn't dropped anything above a rare for quite a long while on any difficulty. Zulle is definitely ...
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