Sunday, December 15, 2013

Diablo 3 Guide Solo Level Up 1-60 in 20 Hours

This may not be the best or most efficient way but its just my own way to level from 1-60 in less than 20hrs.

Level 1-23
Level through normal qwest, i reckon this is the fastest and safest. Dont bother to buy any gear from AH cos it should be relatively easy. If you really want to speed things up, get a socket weapon from AH, should not cost more than 10k gold, put in a flawless red gem to it and you will feel OP and slice through mobs.

Level 23-30
Get a 3 piece cain set. Should not cost more than 200k gold for all 3 piece. I suggest get a socket weapon with red flawless gem too, it speed things up a bit. By now with the cain set and socket weapon, you should be OP. Start from Rakkis back to slaughter fields one round. Exit and restart. Do it repeatedly, you should get to level 30 very fast. At level 30, get someone to carry you over to Nighmare.

Level 30 onwards to level 50
Normal Qwesting through act 1 and 2. I will continue to use the cain set and pick up gears along the way. Through act 2 if you really feel it getting tough, get a socket weapon + red flawless gem.
Qwest through to act 3, you should be around level 40. Now this is crucial, things get a bit tougher here. time to re-gear your equipments and weapon in AH. Each piece should not be more than 10k gold. I dont usually re-gear all my equipments but usually 80% of them at this time. With the socket weapon, you should feel OP.

Same thing, act 3 rakkis cross and back to fields of slaughter and keep repeating. You should reach level 50 in no time. Get someone to bring you over to hell.

Level 50 - 60
Hell is the slight drastic change in difficulty with Elites casting 3 speciality. I remember losing my first HC barb here.
I suggest you re-gear full set of equipments in AH (getting equipments from level 50-53 so you can arm it along the way). What is crucial for the success and speed of leveling hereon is a reduced requirement weapon, socket doesnt matter here. It will be good if you can get >700 dps reduced level weapon, if not >600dps will be fine. With the weapon you can slice through all the mobs.
Clear Act 1 through qwesting, by the time you finish act 1, you should be at least level 53. Gear up all your equipments.
Have someone open Act 3 last chapter qwest. Solo power level at Rakkis Cross back to fields of slaughter and repeat. Level to 60 should be a breeze.

Below are some tips which will speed things up:
- Socket Helm with red flawless gem
- Socket Weapon with red flawless gem from level 1-50
- Cain set from level 23 - 40+/50
- Reduced Level Weapon from level 50 onwards
- If you have some spare gold, get purple flawless gem for your gear, it increase survivabilty a lot.
- DPS > LoH/LS when leveling.
- Some may argue Crater is faster in leveling, but its just personal. I prefer Rakkis-Fields of Slaughter for leveling as it is one straight line back and a loop.

Friday, December 13, 2013

Diablo 3 Patch 2.0.1 is Testing

Patch 2.0.1 is currently in development and now available for testing on the PTR. To learn about major changes included in 2.0.1, please see the official PTR patch notes. For information on how to participate, copy over characters, and provide feedback, read on below!
Further details on how to access the PTR and use the Character Copy system can be found in the FAQ.

 How to Participate:

To participate in the public test, you must have a Diablo III game license attached your account in good standing (i.e. it hasn't been suspended or banned). In addition, you will also need to download and install the desktop app.
Step 1: Create a PTR account. To create a PTR account,  log in to Account Management and double-click on your Diablo III game license; this will bring you to the game management page. On this page, click "Create a PTR account." (Note: If you've participated in any previous Diablo III PTR, the "Create PTR account" button may not appear. This is because you've already created a PTR account and can therefore skip this step.)
Step 2: Download and install the desktop application.
Step 3: Once you have created a PTR account, installed the desktop, and logged in with your credentials, select “Diablo III” from the menu on the left-hand side of the application.
Step 4: On the Diablo III screen, there is a drop-down menu right above the “Play” button (note that this may say “Install” if you do not have Diablo III currently installed). Select “PTR: Diablo III” from this drop-down menu before proceeding.
Step 5: You should now have the option to install and play the patch 2.0.1 PTR.
Please note that the 2.0.1 PTR and Reaper of Souls Closed Beta are running on the same client and, as a result, participants will be able to interact and even play with one another.
  • If you do not have a Reaper of Souls Closed Beta license attached to your account, you will only be able to access and test content available in patch 2.0.1.
  • If you have a Reaper of Souls Closed Beta license attached, you will have access to all patch 2.0.1 content as well as expansion-only content including (but not limited to) Act V, the Crusader, and Adventure Mode.
While the 2.0.1 PTR is only available in English and Korean, accounts from all regions are eligible to participate.

 PTR Character Copy:

The option to copy your existing Diablo III characters from your live account to the PTR will be available and can be done directly through the PTR client. However, only one region per account can be copied at a time. So, if you choose to copy characters from your account in a different region, any previously copied PTR characters will be lost.
Step 1: Log into PTR client and create a level 1 character. After you're done, return to the main character screen.
Step 2: Click on the "PTR Copy" button located in the upper right-hand corner. (The PTR Copy button will not appear in-game until you have created a new level 1 character.)
Step 3: Select your region.
Step 4: Click "Copy." This will copy all characters on your account from the selected region.
Step 5: You will be disconnected from the PTR client.
Step 6: Log back in. Your copied characters will be available for play.
Please note that you can only copy characters from one gameplay region at a time. If you choose to copy characters from a different region, any previously copied PTR characters will be lost.
In addition, you can only copy characters over to your PTR account once every 72 hours. Attempting to copy characters before this cooldown is up will result in an error.

 Feedback and Bug Reporting:

Once you've had the chance to try things out, be sure to visit the Public Test forums to discuss the patch.
  • To provide feedback about class changes in 2.0.1, visit the PTR Class Feedback forum
  • To provide feedback about feature and system changes in 2.0.1, visit the PTR Feature Feedback forum
  • To provide general feedback (not covered by the above forums), discuss the patch with fellow players, and/or receive updates about the status of the PTR, visit the PTR Feedback forum
  • To report any in-game bugs you find while playing on the PTR, visit the PTR Bug Report forum
As this is a test server, please anticipate uneven game performance, and note that restarts and downtime may occur without warning. We'll provide information regarding extended downtimes, should they occur, in the PTR Feedback forum.
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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Diablo 3 Best XP Farming Route

I do Festering Woods->;Weeping Hollow->;Fields of Misery, I do side dungeons in the zones with the exception of the khazra den in FoM.Act 1 is pretty good. For XP, i favor to stack in Festering Woods, then do Weeping Hollow, then Fields for kilowatt. Decaying Crypt in FoM is awesome. i would not be the foremost economical, but it is not bad.What category you play? what quantity you wear or what quantity you'd pay in RMAH? You wont sort of a Mp1-0 taphouse game leech vogue or simply solo? does one automobile loot or simply do no-loot xp run? You can find similar guides at

It depends on your category and build. If you are a WW/rend then going Act a pair of ends up being around thirty fifth quicker than Festering - Fields - Weeping (340/hr vs 250/hr). Worked with Nubtro to check out just about each single attainable dungeon in Acts one and a pair of, a number of three however skipped four as a result of -75% to healing is simply too OP. Cain's/Born's gear is nice for obtaining from 1-60. Also, ruby in your helm, and Leoric's seal and a red region ring if you have them. As for optimal routes, the overall logic of AN XP run is: begin in maps with low XP however high elites to induce 5NV, then slaughter everything on high XP maps.

The routes suggested below are again taken from Nubtro's analysis.

A full co-op game farming Festering Woods>; Weeping Hollow>; Fields of Misery + Decaying burial chamber (if available) has been tested as arguably the quickest XP run with upwards of 200mXP/hr once done with efficiency.

With the increasing buffs much anyplace is smart tho', what makes this run stand out is that every one the elites monster sorts area unit comparatively simple.

Still needs testing, however the foremost optimum route seems to be:
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Monday, December 2, 2013

How to Locate Decaying Crypt in Diablo 3 Act I

Go to the Field of Misery Waypoint from town. Heading right corner in the direction of the waypoint of Field of Misery and way point of The festering Woods. If you do not see it there, then try left corner.

If you you have encounter the Folorn Farm event, you should know that there is no Decaying Crypt in this try. Log out and try again. When you get familiar with this, you can locate Decaying Crypt in less than one minutes. Invite your friends to play with you. One to locate the crypt and vomit the mother monster. One to find five NV and beat the monster to little heath. Then get NV together then Farm Crypt together.

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