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scubydo

Well, almost finished the 4 chapter of the season journey for the final two pieces of gear for my monk (lvl 70/Paragon lvl 36)...I may roll a second class to run through the 4 chapters again for the gear, since my son is a lvl 70 DH also, and he can run me pretty quick now through a torment lvl rift. Not sure how much of the other seasonal stuff, I will be able to finish since I am mainly focused on the gear. Although, does anyone know how easy it is to obtain the gear outside of the seasonal runs?

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BenGrimm

Started new season and somehow managed to rebirth my character so starting fresh with nothing ūüė™

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scubydo

BenGrimm wrote:

Started new season and somehow managed to rebirth my character so starting fresh with nothing ūüė™

If you need help let me know.

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BenGrimm

@scubydo

Cheers mate, might take you up on it when I reach back to level 70 and open up the greater rifts. Currently on level 62 but so annoying knowing my previous character is paragon level 711 with a load of items and powered up legendary gems, which could have been brought over.

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Tasuki

@BenGrimm That's season play. Each season you start fresh with a completely new character, you don't carry anything over.

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@Tasuki

Thought you could carry over certain stuff through the mail box thing??

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MSTRDM

@BenGrimm at the end of a season the seasonal character becomes a nin-seasonal character, then your stuff gets mailed to. Items can only be swapped between characters of the same sort (e.g. seasonal and seasonal)

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Tasuki

@BenGrimm At the end of the season the season character becomes a normal non season character and then all your stuff is mailed to you via the mailbox. You can then transfer stuff between non season characters via the stash or mailbox but not season characters.

With each new season you start completely over

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scubydo

You can always just create a non seasonal character if you would rather.

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BenGrimm

Thanks for the replies, first time playing a Diablo so all new to me. Just got back to level 70 and ready for some greater rifts again.

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Tasuki

I don't know but I like the idea of starting fresh each new season as opposed to non season going and going. Especially for single play. The season goals give me something to drive for when I am playing alone. I played a ton of non season on the PS4 cause at the time season wasn't an option on consoles. Maxed out several classes but after awhile I just get bored without any goals if that makes sense.

With that said they I finished the first Chapter of season mode last night so now it's onward to chapter 2.

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scubydo

Anyone on who can run me through some t13 seasonal?

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Tasuki

Man I never knew how seriously OP a Firebat Witch Doctor build can be. I am having alot of fun with it too!!! Seriously I think I have found a build that may take the top spot from my Demon Hunter. Lol

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canucksfan989

@Tasuki loved the power of the WD Firebat but it felt lacking in the mobility department. Might of been how I did my skills but I ended up switching to Demon Hunter. Not sure which build I'll go for , my Barbarian from s15 is my favorite character so far with the Wastes set WW is a lot of fun and super mobile.

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nofriendo

Diablo III is down to $40 on the eShop, which prompts me to post:

I've never played any game in the Diablo franchise and I tend to shy away from overly complex RPGs, being more a fan of arcade action and games like Breath of the Wild - which is probably my favorite game of all time. All the reviews of Diablo III I've read rave about the hack 'n slash action of the gameplay, and the loot cycle. I think I would like this. However, the gameplay videos I've watched make the action look a bit lackluster, and I fear the controls and gameplay lack the dynamism I so love in BotW. Can y'all with experience and love (or lack thereof) for the game weigh in here? Thanks!

PS - To give some idea of the other games I've really enjoyed on the Switch, my faves include Celeste, Dead Cells, Mario Odyssey, Skyrim, Flat Heroes. Dust: An Elysian Tale I ended up deleting because the gameplay was too easy and repetitive.

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RetroGamerAndrew

@nofriendo the combat system is indeed very dinamic. For each character there are at least 3/4 "cookie cutter" build, each playing totally different from the others and you can experiment with equip+skills combination to find your sweet spot; obviously each class plays differently, some are more mobile/fast while others relies more on DoT, but that's pretty standard in RPGs. Controls on Switch are spot-on, coming from PC version I couldn't believe how I couldn't feel the lack of mouse+keyboard combo. If your like your combat to be quick and intense (I see you like Dead Cells... I do too) then Diablo 3 will definitely be your thing.

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BenGrimm

Well I’m enjoying the Monk this season and it’s a pretty solid character. My Barbarian was paragon 755 and I struggled to beat a level 70 rift whereas my current 652 level monk is carving her way through 75 rifts already.

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nofriendo

@RetroGamerAndrew Hey, thanks for weighing in. I appreciate the input. I'm going to watch a few more gameplay videos and wait another 48 hours before making the decision. I've been impulse-buying a little too much recently (sigh: Thumper) and have instituted a waiting period for all new purchases.

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puddinggirl

nofriendo wrote:

However, the gameplay videos I've watched make the action look a bit lackluster, and I fear the controls and gameplay lack the dynamism I so love in BotW. Can y'all with experience and love (or lack thereof) for the game weigh in here? Thanks!

PS - To give some idea of the other games I've really enjoyed on the Switch, my faves include Celeste, Dead Cells, Mario Odyssey, Skyrim, Flat Heroes. Dust: An Elysian Tale I ended up deleting because the gameplay was too easy and repetitive.

Oh you will love Diablo. The combat is addictive and satisfying. It's very dynamic because different builds change the play style completely. While games like BotW and Mario Odyssey keep things fresh by using different environments and puzzles, Diablo does it with combat, loot and monsters. I personally also love the lore so if you ever decided to buy it, play the story mode the first time.

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robcaduk

Can I ask a really stupid question?
I've just bought a Switch Lite and Diablo 3 but I am struggling with the control system.
Could anybody just list down all the controls for me?
For example - If I pick up some equipment - how do I get to the screen to compare it to the other things I have got? How do I check on all the powers I can use? How do I quit to the main menu?

Apologies again for being so dense!
Thanks for your help.

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