1. Diablo III Demon Hunter T-Shirt: J!NX | 2. Mass Effect N7 Burnout Tank: BioWare Store | 3. Mass Effect Garrus T-Shirt: BioWare Store | 4. Fringe White Tulip T-Shirt: Think Geek | 5. League of Legends Singed “Do Not Chase” T-Shirt: J!NX | 6. League of Legends Volibear Tea Party T-Shirt: J!NX
In my first Geeky Fashion Wishlist post, I shared some Mass Effect N7 goodies. Above I’ve listed some must-have t-shirts that I need to have in my life, all from various games and TV shows that I adore. Over the coming months I’ll be picking up as many of these as I can to add to my collection of geeky tees, particularly those from J!NX as they’ve always been a pleasure to order from in the past!
What’s on your geeky fashion wishlist?
Ever since Blizzard announced they were getting rid of the AH in Diablo III, I’ve been reminiscing about my good times in the Diablo series of games, and most recently on my level 60 demon hunter in Diablo III. I talked about restarting when the AH was gone, relying only on loot and no longer on buying shiny items.
I love my demon hunter, Elenia. She has given me many hours of fun gameplay! My fiancé and I played together, with him on a barbarian, and we ran through all the way to the end of Inferno before starting working on unlocking Whimsyshire and grinding for gold, gear and paragon levels together. We took a break and now all I want to do is play again, but I fancy a fresh start.
I rolled a monk and decided to give a solo playthrough a shot. I’m enjoying myself so far, and because I’ve played through the whole way already I fancied a challenge. I’m not quite up to MP10 (no gear makes it a bit too tough!) so I’m running through on MP5. If I pull my fiancé onboard, we’ll probably try tackling MP10 and see how it goes. He’s already getting the bug from watching me play!
Will you be returning to Diablo III?
The team behind Blizzard’s action RPG Diablo III have decided to remove the Auction House from the game as of 18th March 2014. Their reasoning is that it’s “become increasingly evident that…[the AH] ultimately undermines Diablo’s core game play: kill monsters to get cool loot”. This change will affect both the gold and real money AH, which is a move I honestly didn’t see the company going for.
How do I feel about it? Pretty intrigued! I didn’t mind the AH, in fact I made a great deal of use out of it when levelling my Demon Hunter and beating Inferno. I knew I’d never finish the game though; I’m merely Paragon Level 6, and my gear isn’t quite as robust as I’d like. Unfortunately, playing the game became less about getting cool items and building up my DH’s gear, and more about grinding, grinding, grinding until I had enough gold to buy items that I wanted on the AH. I didn’t really like the real money AH purely because I tend to buy an item without looking at all the possible iterations of said item (I do shop around, just not as much as I should) and I couldn’t justify spending real money just to discover there was another much better set piece for a few cents more.
I think this will be good for the game, and I see a lot of former players vowing to come back after not playing in a while. While I’m disappointed that I haven’t managed to build my character up to ridiculous levels of DPS quite yet, I do have time since the change doesn’t go through until next year.
What do you think about this change?