In a nut shell a legendary item can be really freaking cool! So you've started, done some story, seen some awesome cut scenes, and now you have this black smith. So let's go into: Artisan Levels! There are 3 artisans you meet through the game.
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The Black Smith repairs your armour and weapons, salvages gear into crafting materials, and can craft you new armour and weapons. The Mystic can change 1 property of any piece of gear and "Transmogrify" your gear.
Transmogrification changes the appearance of your gear but not its attributes. The Jeweler can combine gems to make better ones put gems into your gear for added effects and take gems out of your gear returning them to your inventory. You can level up your people by spending money and materials in the "Train" section of their menu. Artisans max out at level 12 and that level applies to all your characters except for your hardcore characters. You have your character made and have levelled up your Artesian a tad and you're having trouble finding that better piece of gear to conquer the boss.
Try crafting! In order to craft new gear you need materials which can be dropped from monsters or obtained by salvaging weapons and armour. There are a bunch of general crafting items. You haven't told us what the max level is! Kinda crazy high. After that you get to go into "Paragon" there is 10, paragon levels known.
Let's move into the end game stuff. XP Farming The easiest way to do this is get to the last boss fight with Diablo fight to the point of getting to shadow Diablo kill him and quit to the main menu. Repeat this process over and over. This also works in Adventure mode. However if you're in Adventure mode you'd be better off fighting the whole boss then going back to the main menu. Legendary Farming The easiest way to do this is go into adventure mode in act one. Run from New Tristram to Old Tristram and then back. Kill all the enemies and clear all the dungeons along the way.
Return to the main menu and repeat.
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Doing this on higher difficulties yields better results. Once you get into Torment there is a higher chance of legendary drops. When you've made it into the farther reaches of the end game play on Torment VI for the best possible gear for you. First things first I have to mention everyone's favourite. Go out the front gate of New Tristram and follow the road until you come across a cow skeleton next to a chasm and a dead guard.
A cow ghost will appear from the ground and speak to you. The chasm will start to glow rainbow colors after his dialogue. Go inside and you're in Whimsyshire. We will cover the Staff of Herding in a minute Development Hell.
There are no novelty items or special loot here. Simply bragging rights. All of the monsters are named after the development staff from Blizzard. Lastly we have The Well of Quality! This is the same as Development Hell. It's a rare spawn in the ruins of Old Tristram in the well. The secret has no special drops or novelty weapons. All the monsters are named after the Quality Assurance team at Blizzard. Random Secrets and explanations for end game The Hermetics Abode: This is a building accessible only in Adventure mode. If you aren't in Torment or higher this building won't work.
You utilize objects called Infernal Machines in that place to summon a portal to a different realm to fight bosses for loot for the Hell Fire Rings and other loot. The Infernal Machines: These machines are crafted with keys. They are used in the Hermetics Abode to access the realm of chaos, discord, etc. The keys: You also need the plans for it.
It's guaranteed that she sells it so don't worry. The Black Mushroom spawns rarely in the Cathedral in act I.
The plans are dropped from Izual in Act IV. That concludes our guide. I hope I have equipped you for the long game ahead! Yes all these things are tried and true and I've been to all three secrets myself. Keep trying. You'll get it eventually. For those of you saying I copy pasted all this info I suggest you get your facts straight. I painstakingly typed out each character on my IPad.
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As for the people saying I have mis-information I appreciate that you pointed it out but there is no reason to attack me about it saying I stole the info or copy pasted it etc. I will update the title. I was only putting down information the Diablo 3 wiki corroborated.
So i will update the title to get people to be quiet but I will not update the guide itself. Otherwise good starter guide for new comers. Jan 22, Then what stat is responsible for dodge? Otherwise, you're just going to confuse new players and waste their time. You realize that this is based on the console version right? Also key wardens do drop keys. I don't know what you're playing but I have keys of war, gluttony, and destruction. I got the, from key wardens. I use them to craft the machines. Also don't you dare accuse me of copy information! I had to painstakingly type out each individual freaking word and be code string!
So don't you accuse me of copy pasting! The whole reason I have made this is to reflect the current game. I've updated the guide to reflect that Lancer. And WonksBonks where are you getting that Torment on console goes from ? And if that was true don't you think Lancer would've called me out on it?
He's a much more experienced for us user than you and probably has a lot more game hours than the both of us combined. I think he would have said something if I was wrong. Console at least on new gen xb1,ps4 difficulty goes to torment x Also half of the crafting materials youve listed arent in the game anymore either.
They just copied and posted it here. And they labeled it as all gen and it clear that's not the case. Jan 23, And nope, no more keys from the Keywardens, just Infernal Machines. This thoroughly confused the crap out of me when I first started playing the game because so many of the guides online are way outdated. Everything I initially read said they were all the same mats, but you only need the first three acts Infernal Machines to get organs for the ring, yet to make the amulet now, you skip Leoric's regret, and instead need to get the Infernal Machine of Fright in Act IV to get the Heart of Fright.
Jan 28, I did extensive research on this after it was brought up. I found no evidence to corroborate it thus I'm not updating my guide. Well you had to copy and paste it. The game ending is, as a matter a fact, only the beginning, because the important element are the difficulty levels, to which you get promoted, as soon as your character is strong enough. Two decades have passed since the demonic denizens, Diablo, Mephisto, and Baal, wandered the world of Sanctuary in a vicious rampage to shackle humanity into unholy slavery.
Yet for those who battled the Prime Evils directly, the memory fades slowly and the wounds of the soul still burn. When Deckard Cain returns to the ruins of Tristram's Cathedral seeking clues to new stirrings of evil, a comet from the heavens strikes the very ground where Diablo once entered the world. Rain Hell on your enemies wielding the interactive environment as a weapon: Core 2 Duo 2.
The Darkening of Tristram returns in Diablo 3. Multiple Diablo projects are in the works, Blizzard says. Although nobody knows what they are or when they're dropping, the past seems to hold the answer. Diablo III 2. Diablo III still has a lot of fans, and a lot of players, which is not that common nowadays. The 2. Diablo III: Reaper of Souls players will soon get to relive the original Diablo adventure remade on the new engine as well as assume the role of the Necromancer, a new-old chracter class. All logos and images are copyrighted by their respective owners.
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