retiring level 1000 pd characters

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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby MoonGoat » Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:34 am

I think I've been on the top list long enough now. Stone for LotlGoat please :)
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:50 pm

done, grats
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Sumter » Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:12 am

Time to retire DukeSease. :alarm:
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Keighn » Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:29 pm

Congrats on the 1k Duke.

Hail to the Duke Baby!
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:30 pm

Hruogan be ready for the addy res stonez :flame:
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:55 pm

sent to duke and Hruogan ...

Hruogan took about 2 weeks right? :roll:
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Sun Oct 30, 2016 3:52 pm

3 weeks, i was lazy on him
Doctore took about 2 weeks
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Sumter » Sun Oct 30, 2016 4:14 pm

And I thought I was lazy for spending a month to hammer out the last 100 levels on Duke :uhh: :LAUGHING OUT LOUD LIKE A MORON:
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Mon Oct 31, 2016 11:12 am

my inital, oldschool reaction is, "TIME TO NERF PD"
my new 40something reaction is "well at least they are having fun, maybe"
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Mon Oct 31, 2016 11:13 am

there is a thing (notice I didn't say problem) with pd where it kinda gets easier and easier, right?
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Mon Oct 31, 2016 2:46 pm

the first 100 levels are the hardest part of pd, after that hybrids and 2x2 monsters keep it interesting.

and ofc it helps to have all good gear waiting at your house for your newb char to grind.

might try lotl next :)
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Keighn » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:11 am

Well, lately the trend is Necromancers. I don't know how they do it as I just plain suck at it. I mean, I have a Necromancer named Drusilla (totally decked out balmystic mega gear - a few aren't up at top but close) and even with a pet or not she's dragging at lvl 200 (albeit she's a pure class but still).

Some classes are harder than others. Fighters just get tedious but eventually plow through it. Priests much the same way. Rogues, and monks take longer. But I've never seen a class take out shit as fast as Necromancers. (mostly I'd say dualclassed ones).

At least they're not cluttering the scoreboard. Its nigh hard to get on there when the top 7 are 1k.

But yeah, if everyone is having a good time I won't complain.
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:23 am

Keighn wrote:Well, lately the trend is Necromancers. I don't know how they do it as I just plain suck at it. I mean, I have a Necromancer named Drusilla (totally decked out balmystic mega gear - a few aren't up at top but close) and even with a pet or not she's dragging at lvl 200 (albeit she's a pure class but still).

Some classes are harder than others. Fighters just get tedious but eventually plow through it. Priests much the same way. Rogues, and monks take longer. But I've never seen a class take out shit as fast as Necromancers. (mostly I'd say dualclassed ones).

At least they're not cluttering the scoreboard. Its nigh hard to get on there when the top 7 are 1k.

But yeah, if everyone is having a good time I won't complain.


haha i was 5th or something at lvl 900 xD

yeah necro is "easy" and hard as hell at the same time
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:55 pm

PEWPEW ready for addy res stone plx..

i think i might have a little problem :D
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:36 pm

hmmm

limit of 3 addy stones per acct?
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:11 pm

eggmceye wrote:hmmm

limit of 3 addy stones per acct?


that seems fair enough, tho i would love to have one more :D

3per account makes you choose what chars you want to make, can't just grind one of all and make em immortal :)
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Azalynn » Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:22 am

Keighn wrote:Well, lately the trend is Necromancers. I don't know how they do it as I just plain suck at it. I mean, I have a Necromancer named Drusilla (totally decked out balmystic mega gear - a few aren't up at top but close) and even with a pet or not she's dragging at lvl 200 (albeit she's a pure class but still).

Some classes are harder than others. Fighters just get tedious but eventually plow through it. Priests much the same way. Rogues, and monks take longer. But I've never seen a class take out shit as fast as Necromancers. (mostly I'd say dualclassed ones).

At least they're not cluttering the scoreboard. Its nigh hard to get on there when the top 7 are 1k.

But yeah, if everyone is having a good time I won't complain.

I dont understand how people can do necromancer from 1-1k more than once. Its so fucking boring. I get the thought process behind it, the clear speed for necros is literally 3 times as fast as any other class. I think the numbers need a better look at, they are doing insane ammounts of damage in a very short period of time and being able to do that AOE, seems broken. Especially when fighters, monks, and rogues, literally have to fight single target for the most part. Its just going to make more people want to level mass amounts of necromancers then transfer to fighter, rogue, etc; as soon as they hit 1k.
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Keighn » Mon Nov 14, 2016 7:39 am

Youll always have old timers like me who do things the hard way. Maybe you should work on a reg alt to 500 now.

As to res stone limit.... Mixed thoughts. This is pretty cheesy but i guess its fun for some and respec of stats does cost $$. Old old me may have got upset but now me really doesnt care.

Raise price on respects for those who necro-pwr level?

Whats the community think?
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby eggmceye » Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:27 am

I already sent the stone before posting that limit idea ... dunno how many you have now, but how many it is you have that would be the limit if there is any. I'm not sure if it really matters.
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Re: retiring level 1000 pd characters

Postby Shino » Mon Nov 14, 2016 4:39 pm

i have 3 addy stones now. and i think it is the perfect limit for stones even if i still want one more xD

and yeah, necro is uber fast but remember how many has died while grinding a necro if they dont know what they are doing with it!

its not as easy as i make it seem to be :D
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