Can anyone recommend some really good builds, specifically for farming bounties? Preferably for Inarius, but open to anything.
Thanks in advance.
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How many games are DX11 at all? Consoles don't run games like current PCs, so we're not getting games that really exploit much of the current tech. Once you see the new consoles we'll definately jump into some real hardware usage, but until then, it's pretty much a rarity.
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I don't know why people are making out like Cain is this enormously important character. He was just the old guy who ID'd my items. He travelled with you in D2 and delivered a lot of necessary exposition, he had some interesting conversations in D1 but so did everyone else. And apart from Adria they all died in between D1 and D2... we didn't even see that. Apart from Griswold who we just find as a demon or undead or something and unceremoniously kill.
Not that I don't like Cain, it's just he's not really that huge a character or intrinsic to the series to me. "Stay a while and listen" is memorable but so was "what can I do ye for?". He had his role in D1 and D2 and now the series has moved on.
His death seemed more or less appropriately handled. It has a big impact on the characters, especially Leah. If you explore all the conversations and journals there's a lot about Cain in them and Leah's whole development revolves around his death from that point on. Which is the whole point.
What did you expect to see anyway? Cain blasting away at demons with his trusty gatling cannon, chomping on a cigar in a big bloody heroic last stand while the napalm rains down on Charlie overhead? He's just some old guy who reads a lot of books.
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This event deserves an "end of act" movie cinematic, blizzard should patch this, but defiantly too late now
The end of Act cinematic was his funeral. That's not enough?
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I sometimes feel like that not every character one love's has to die in an epic way if he must die. It makes the world more consistent if special people can die like anyone else. Like everyday dangers can hit special characters too.
Everyday dangers like magical demon-worshipping cultists led by a floating witch with butterflies for shoulders.