The strangest part about that to me is that I have to wonder what the people who are receiving that kind of gold are doing with it other than sitting on it like a mother hen.
Say I get 100 million gold. Great. Now I can totally max out two characters and have either run all of Inferno without a sweat. Then what? Run Inferno again?
I wonder if imposing price maximums on auctions (merchant value X 1000 or something) would help. What else can be done. Whatever they're doing about duped and slope gold, it's not enough.
Also other than weapons, you can find suckers selling great items for very cheap. I've made about $100 from buying shit for like 200k gold and selling it for $30.
It's also how I've geared up enough to handle Act III.
Word. I had all MF gear on. I'll grab some GF junk and we'll try again. (also why I kept getting smacked around)
Fucking Dicksauce that reduction in IAS is.
I hope Covetous Shen invested some of his gold, because the bottom just fell out in his business.
lol they still haven't fixed that. Should be extra awesome since there's probably no way to tell which is which on the AH.Originally Posted by BlizzardI wonder if that fixes the bug that made the staff vanish from inventories.The Staff of Herding can no longer be salvaged or dropped
I also got excited about those gem changes until I saw they were only for the gems that normally drop and is thus completely useless.
I didn't actually think about it before, but percentages being cumulative means that the 50% reduction in IAS actually means it's reduced to almost nothing. I have a base attack speed of 1.13 and had IAS gear in every slot you could (excluding legendaries), which now brings me up to 1.44 when it used to give me like 2.6 or so. That's really terrible and kind of makes it not worth having at all.
I just don't understand that nerf at all. I really don't.
I don't have a ton of IAS, but my 900+dps 1h had +15% and a few other pieces had +13/15% so it makes me sad.