The new league starts in a few hours so I thought I'd advertise the /qa/ mansion guild here in case anyone wants to play it. We're around 6-7 right now, but I have enough guild slots so that we can accommodate pretty much the whole /jp/ spinoff population that still plays games (upper limit of 30-ish if I'm assuming generously). The bulk of us are going to be playing on softcore-ruthless so I'd recommend doing that too if you want to reap the benefits of a shared use stash. But, anyone that just wants a bunch of free space can join to use it in normal/hc too. We have a good deal of space https://files.catbox.moe/b6cox8.jpg
so poor NEETs can enjoy the convenience of paying without needing to spend a dime.
So if you're interested post your userid or character name ITT if you want me to invite you, we're fine with anyone that's not a complete subhuman.
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The customization is real and very rewarding when you're able to make something you like work. Although the barrier to end game normally lies within understanding all of the game's systems to finally make the build you were going for work (or just finding something online someone else made that works). When it comes to minions they are really fun to play and I'll probably be playing one of them myself since it's easy enough to set up (specifically a variation on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E56zfUXJxQ
). But there's plenty of different endgame viable builds that are centered around buffing up minions, and since they are permanent summons until they die they're quite convenient to use too. The only times it gets tricky are when you have a build centered around specific spectres (raised enemies) or equipment golems (raised armor/weapons) and they die, but that rarely happens unless you're careless and/or take on something too hard. Normally you die before your high quality summons do and they persist through death. The best part is that it isn't really bound to a single class, any class can have a minion build (although some base classes are certainly
more preferable than others). There's also a bunch of different gimmicky stuff that can be made to work and the devs actively encourage people finding different wacky fun builds, like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmKf_bgtknM
And softcore ruthless is just a slower version of softcore where build progression takes a bit longer than normal because of item rarity.
from the thumbnail i thought she was peeing herself..
i forgot this site still existed
didn't the admin take it down or was that somewhere else?
No you're thinking of /what/ and buttmin
what or nen or like hundreds of other imageboard
Ah, that's a cool pet item. I'm glad to see games create more interesting summonsing effects. The "chance when hitting a Unique" is a really nice idea so stuff that otherwise requires an enemy death can still be used. That's long been a problem in games and forces you to either invest in skills you otherwise wouldn't use and/or keep another set of equipment that you change into for bosses. Good quality of life thing there and kind of makes me want to play...
4 STR 4 STAM leather belt
Yeah, it's actually insanely good to the point that the build using it is one of the best in the game. I got a second one actually if anyone's interested (in standard league).
Yeah, it's really fun just how much there is to do that you don't think of much while playing standard that is really allowed to shine in ruthless. Like delve.
It was eh. Grim Dawn was better
Is Ruthless the name of an expansion or a game mode?
Kind of surprised to see Grim Dawn that high. I liked it for a while, but eventually I just completely lost my enjoyment somehow. I can't really describe why, either. The last time I played I was in some neon radioactive-looking environment for its expansion and I liked exploring it, but then it turned into some mutated forest thing and that's around when I dropped it.
The great thing about Titan Quest and Grim Dawn is that I can use third party cheat software to reset my classes. Shooting a monster with a bow or gun isn't as fun the 10,000th time, so I reset everything and my character is now a rogue that uses traps and poison. 10k kills later he's now a wizard.
I just can't enjoy being the same class forever
it's a game mode, makes it more interesting by removing some OP mechanics and having aura skills/skill supports be drop only
i just start a new character if bored of the current one, the journey of leveling up and slowly becoming powerful is fun for me
but yeah, grim dawn should probably be below poe anyway
now THIS is a super cute butt
Oh I guess I said I'd be playing standard already, but yeah, most everything I picked up when into the guild chest.
This one is probably more up your ally if you like having a real undead army.
i have no idea what i'm looking at........
Also 1 divine is worth 220 chaos