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Diablo 4 / The Pale Necromancer is Rathma
« Dato: December 01, 2019, 09:15:03 am »
Der er i en cinematic fundet bevis på at den blege necro vi ser i den første cinematic af D4 er Rathma.
Rathma er den første nephelem og var en vigtig brik i “The Sin War”, hvor han udspillede sin part fra skyggerne.



Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / I anledningen af Reaper of Souls
« Dato: Marts 24, 2014, 07:36:32 pm »
I anledningen af Reaper of Souls har udviklerne af StarCraft lavet en lille parody på åbnings filmen.

Diablols Reaper of Souls

Tech. Support / Hjælp... Steel Series Diablo 3 Mus error
« Dato: Marts 23, 2014, 06:11:02 pm »

Jeg købte denne mus da D3 udkom, men nu er den begyndt at have sit eget liv.
Ingame er jeg nød til at key binde hver gang jeg starter et nyt spil. De 2 af min action keys på musen ændre fra action key 1 og 2 til at hedde page up and down, hvilket betyder at mine spells og skills ikke virker, med mindre jeg er sikker på at der står det rigtige under key bind.

I dag er jeg så begyndt at få disse fejl:

Er der nogen der kender noget til hvordan man kan få musen til at køre ordentligt igen?

Det skal siges at jeg bruger en Mac, men jeg tror ikke det gør den store forskel i forhold til Steel Series Engine.

På forhånd tak.

Blizzard har lavet en hurtig Round-Up på Reaper of Souls.


Malthael has descended on BlizzCon® 2013 and the chill of death is already creeping its way through the convention halls, carrying whispers of Adventure Mode, Pandemonium, Crusaders, and more.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Feature Trailer

Whether you're following along at home, tuning in with the Virtual Ticket, or happen to be on-site bustling between panels and demos, you definitely won't want to miss any of the juicy recaps, interviews, or behind-the-scenes previews of Reaper of Souls™.

To help you stay up-to-date on all the latest expansion news, we'll be compiling media and fan site coverage from BlizzCon 2013 and posting it for you here! Be sure to check back regularly over the weekend for updates as they become available. If you find something we missed, add it in the comments below!

Blogs & Panel Recaps

Interviews & Hands-On Reviews


Photos & Screenshots


Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Reaper of Souls: Første kig på Adventure Mode
« Dato: November 09, 2013, 08:12:01 am »
Blizzard har i forbindelse med BlizzCon givet os et første officielt kig på Adventure Mode - en helt ny måde at spille Diablo 3 på. Læs det hele nedenfor.

The world of Sanctuary is about to get a whole lot bigger. . .

Introducing: Adventure Mode
In Diablo® III's upcoming expansion, Reaper of Souls™, players will have the opportunity to choose between two different modes whenever creating a new game: Campaign Mode and Adventure Mode.

Campaign Mode:

In Campaign Mode, players reprise their pivotal roles as the heroes of Sanctuary. With a greater focus on story, all of the quests, cut-scenes, and in-game movies will remain available to you in this mode. Progression through the game's five thrilling Acts is intentionally linear. Campaign Mode is very similar to the current Diablo III experience.


Adventure Mode:

In Adventure Mode, the majority of these story-driven elements have been removed and all waypoints have been unlocked, allowing players the freedom to explore and play the game however they like—even across all Acts. The world itself is your battlefield. Go anywhere, slay anything!

These modes can be accessed at any time, and you're welcome to switch between them whenever you please. In addition, we've unlocked all difficulty levels, giving you even more control over your in-game experience. Don't want to play through the story four times on each of your characters? Done. Looking to farm in Adventure Mode at one difficulty, then switch over to Campaign Mode at a different difficulty? You've got it.

But that's just the tip of the iceberg. Adventure Mode also includes two brand new, incredibly entertaining gameplay features: Bounties and Nephalem Rifts.


Having the ability to go wherever you want whenever you want is certainly compelling. But, what if you're not in the mood to choose your own adventure and would instead prefer a little direction? Enter Bounties.

Bounties are optional, randomized objectives available only in Adventure Mode. In addition to providing players with a guided experience within a specific Act, Bounties are also intended to showcase all the different content Diablo III has to offer. Some example of Bounties you can pick up include slaying a unique monster (like Mira Eamon), killing a boss (like Queen Aranae), clearing a dungeon (like the Khazra Den), and completing an event (like Last Stand of the Ancients).

Each Act will have its own set of randomized Bounties for players to explore and conquer, and you'll receive new Bounties each time you start a new Adventure Mode game.

For completing a set of Bounties, players will receive gold and experience. We also want Bounties to provide access to powerful Legendary items unique to the system, but we're still experimenting with how that reward mechanic will work. Definitely stay tuned!

Bounty hunters are also rewarded with a new item, Rift Keystones. Rift Keystones grant access to another feature we're introducing in Adventure Mode: Nephalem Rifts.

Nephalem Rifts:

Nephalem Rifts (previously called "Loot Runs") are randomized dungeons that are designed to be completed within 10-15 minutes. The goal of Nephalem Rifts is to provide players with a rewarding, endlessly replayable experience, one that continually offers new and exciting moment-to-moment gameplay. . .as well as heaps of loot. They're also what senior level designer Jesse McCree likes to describe as an opportunity to "break all the rules."

So, what does this mean in terms of actual gameplay?

First off, it means that Nephalem Rifts are completely randomized, featuring different content from Acts I-V—random interior and exterior tile sets, random layouts, random lighting and weather, random monsters, and (of course) a random boss encounter to cap it all off.  Each Nephalem Rift dungeon can be up to 10 levels deep, but even that's random too!

Here's just a peek at some of the crazy combinations you can experience as a result of this design:

In the spirit of breaking all the rules, Nephalem Rifts also include new shrines that will provide players with some pretty insane temporary buffs when activated, things like invulnerability, massive movement speed boosts, and a lightning aura that will one-shot any enemies who get within range. While these shrines would be overpowered in the campaign, they fit well within the self-contained environment of Nephalem Rifts.

We've had fun experimenting with monster density as well, which means there's always a chance your Nephalem Rift (or even one of the levels within a specific Rift you've opened) might suddenly get a little. . .crowded. For example, what would happen if we paired Skeleton Summoners from Act I and Morlu Incinerators from Act IV? Well, it'd look a little something like this:

(Pretty cool, right?)

To access Nephalem Rifts, simply bring a Rift Keystone to any town hub and click on the nearest Nephalem Obelisk. Step through the portal and get ready to kill ALL the things. As noted above, Rift Keystones can be earned by completing Bounties; however, they can also drop randomly anywhere in the world while in Adventure Mode.

Happy hunting!

BlizzCon 2013 Sneak Peek:
As a special treat, we've put together a short video featuring Nephalem Rifts in all their random, chaotic glory. Please enjoy this first look at Diablo III: Reaper of Souls!

Sneak Peek Her er en kort youtube video

If you're at BlizzCon® this weekend, you can try out Adventure Mode first-hand at the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls PC demo area in Hall A of the Anaheim Convention Center. Just queue for the "Adventure Mode" line and get ready to explore!

For those of you at home or tuning in with a Virtual Ticket, be sure to stay tuned to diablo3.com for all the latest new and updates, including panel recaps, interviews, photos and links to coverage from media and fan sites in attendance.


Blizzard har åbnet for forudbestilling af Book of Tyrael og i samme anledning offentliggjort lidt af indholdet fra bogen.


"Forevermore we shall stand together, angels and men, in the light of this glorious new dawn."

Earlier this year, we revealed Diablo III: Book of Tyrael, and today we're pleased to announce this epic compendium is now available for pre-order.

Emblazoned with the emblem of the Horadrim and featuring over 140 pages of tantalizing text, Diablo III: Book of Tyrael is a stunning follow-up to Diablo III: Book of Cain, delving even further into the realm of Sanctuary and the individuals who shaped its fate. In this beautifully-illustrated and comprehensive tome, the Archangel of Wisdom reveals never-before-known secrets about the history of the world, the dark threats that yet face mankind, and his decision to join the ranks of humanity as a mortal. It also includes letters from Leah and additional fragments of Cain's writings, all curated by Tyrael as he weaves together a series of complex and fascinating stories for future generations.

In addition, Diablo III: Book of Tyrael features a fully removable illustration of the Leoric family tree and other influential characters from Old Tristram including Deckard Cain, Prince Albrecht, Archbishop Lazarus, King Leoric, Prince Aidan, Queen Asylla, Leah, and Adria.

You're bound to encounter some familiar faces within its lush pages.

In preparation for its release in October, Insight Editions has launched a special landing page for this remarkable companion book. Adventurers keen to journey deeper into the depths of Sanctuary's lore and experience every last inch of this heavenly artifact can visit Insight Edition's site for more details about Diablo III: Book of Tyrael.

Interested in reserving a copy of your own? Make sure to place your preorders to be among the first to experience this new chapter in Sanctuary's continuing saga.

Undertegnede overvejer selv om man skal smide en bestilling ind, specielt efter at have læst Book of Cain.

Blær og Tud / Så var man lige heldig med at crafte :) Ny Amu
« Dato: Juni 13, 2013, 03:45:13 pm »
Tænkte jeg lige vil prøve at crafte 10 strength amulets, man kunne jo være heldig.

And Guess what :)

I was

Lidt af en opgrade

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Nekerat: Now a Random Keywarden i Patch 1.0.8
« Dato: April 14, 2013, 02:52:45 pm »
Ifølge et nyt post fra Wyatt Cheng om ændringer i patch 1.0.8, giver Nekarat Keywarden i act 4 nu mulighed for at droppe en key fra act 1, 2 eller 3.

Nekarat should have the chances to drop random key (act 1, 2, 3 key) when you beat him. At least people won’t feel like gimped or robbed when they are farming at act 4.
Also, Act 4 mob density needed to increase further. Same goes to elite amounts.

Hvad nu hvis man så vil finde opskriften til infernal machine, har man så kun 1/4 del chance?

Wait a minute, what if I want the tome, do I now have 1/4 of a chance to get it even at mp10?
It doesn’t impact the drop chance of the plans; it’s actually a bonus.
(The plans can still drop even if you have them, by the way. The game currently doesn’t have a way to check if you have the plans or not. That might be something we work on later, but for now it shouldn’t affect you either way — you can still farm for the plans and/or for the random keys.)

Wyatt Cheng: Yup – it’s a good idea. Andrew just added this! Should be in the next PTR patch.


Mon Nekarat så bliver det nye sted at farme keys?

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Public Test Realm: Patch 1.0.8 Notes
« Dato: April 09, 2013, 08:33:51 pm »
Patch 1.0.8 har nu ramt PTR (public test realm). Det vil sige, at mange de ventede spændende opdateringer allerede kan testes nu - deraf navnet PTR. Monster density, identify all, multiplayer-forbedringer og meget mere kan altså opleves nu.


      Below you'll find the preliminary PTR patch notes for 1.0.8. Please note that this isn't the final version of the 1.0.8 notes and that some changes may not be documented or described in full detail.
      To provide feedback on these changes, please visit the PTR Feedback forum. To report any issues you experience while playing, please visit the the PTR Bug Report forum. Additional information about the PTR can be found in the PTR FAQ.
      PTR PATCH 1.0.8 – v.
      These notes will be updated through the course of the testing process. Please be aware some changes may not go live until a new PTR build is released.
      Table of Contents
      • General
      • Achievements
      • Auction House
      • Battle.net
      • Bosses
      • Classes
      • Crafting
      • Monsters
      • Quests
      • User Inferface
      • Bug Fixes
      • Players can now identify all items in their inventory by speaking to Deckard Cain or by using the Book of Cain that can be found near the shared stash in all Acts
      • The cooldown incurred by changing skills outside of town on Inferno difficulty has been reduced to 30 seconds (down from 60 seconds)
      • There is now an option in Video Settings to lock the cursor to the window when in fullscreen windowed mode, if Diablo III is the active window
      • Multiplayer Co-Op
        • Players now receive a 10% bonus to Magic Find, Gold Find, and Experience per additional player in a multiplayer game, up to a maximum of 30% in a four-player game
          • The Magic Find and Gold Find bonuses can exceed their respective 300% caps
          • The Experience bonus can stack with other bonuses from items and Monster Power (the bonuses will stack multiplicatively)
        • A notification is now sent to all players in a multiplayer game whenever a party member engages an Elite monster or Treasure Goblin in combat, and their location will be shown on the mini-map
          • In addition to this, an icon will also appear over player banners in town to indicate if they're in combat with a monster, Elite monster, or Treasure Goblin
      • Bug Fixes
        • Fixed a bug that prevented monsters killed by a follower or pet, before being attacked by a player, from counting toward achievement criteria
      • User Interface
        • Tooltips in the Auction House will now show an item comparison for a player's currently selected character
      • Matchmaking
        • Players will now be able to search for games that were started on any quest once they have reached level cap
        • Matchmaking "Tags" have been added
          • In addition to selecting your Difficulty, Monster Power, and Quest, players will also be able to choose from the following tags when searching for Public Games: No Tag, Questing, Brawling, and Key Warden
      • Social
        • Players can now add a note about a friend by right-clicking the name in their Friends List
        • Players can now enter a message that will be broadcast to their friends
        • Players can now create multi-user conversations
          • There are multiple ways to start a conversation or invite other players to an existing conversation:
            • To start a conversation, open Public Chat Options, then select Invite Friends > Start Conversation or use the "Start a Conversation" option in the Social window by right-clicking on a friend's name
            • To invite or add friends to an existing conversation, open Public Chat Options, then select Invite Friends or use the "Invite to a Conversation" option in the Social window by right clicking a friend's name and selecting the desired conversation
          • Similar to public channels, private conversations can support up to 99 players
        • A new section has been added to the friends list called "Players Near You"
          • Any player who is on your local network will be displayed here (even if they're not currently your friend)
          • If needed, this feature can be disabled from the Social Options of the Game menu
        • Players may now be marked as a "Party Guide"
          • The Party Guide is assigned to the first person who joins a Public Game
          • If multiple characters join a Public Game at the same time, the game will choose the hero with the highest level or Paragon level to be Party Guide
          • When a Party Guide leaves the Public Game, a new one will be chosen automatically
            Alternatively, the Party Guide can right click on a party member's portrait and pass them the Party Guide title
          • The Party Guide will have a unique icon that will appear on the mini-map
        • Names in your "Recent Players" list will now expire if they become older than a month
        • Blocked players will no longer appear in your "Recent Players" list
      • Bug Fixes
        • Skeleton King
          • A bug causing The Skeleton King and The King of the Dead to not play an animation when performing their Whirlwind attack should now occur less frequently
      • Wizard
        • Active Skills
          • Archon
            • The duration of Archon should now be extended by assists from players in multiplayer games, in addition to kills
          • Teleport
            • Players may now Teleport to any location within range, as long as a path is available
          • Bug Fixes
            • Fixed a bug causing Teleport – Safe Passage to only reduce damage from physical attacks
      • General
        • Players can now craft multiple items and gems at a time within the same tier, so long as they possess the necessary materials
        • Players can now craft items using materials located in the shared stash
      • Blacksmith
        • Salvaged item information will no longer be displayed in the chat log
        [li]Bug Fixes
        • Fixed a bug preventing players from salvaging an item by dragging it onto the Blacksmith's anvil icon
      • General
        • Players should now encounter more monsters in Acts I, II, and IV in Inferno difficulty when playing at Monster Power 1 or greater
        • In multiplayer games, the increase in monster hit points per additional player has been reduced to 50% (down from 70%)
        • Tormented Stingers and Stygian Crawlers have had their experience reduced by 75%
      • General
        • Experience earned by completing a quest is now granted to players that have reached the level cap
      • General
        • A maximum of eight buffs and debuffs will now be displayed on the UI
          • The maximum number of debuffs that will be displayed is three
        • Bug Fixes
          • Fixed a bug preventing damage numbers from being displayed if a monster was affected by a spell such as Hex
      • The sound that plays whenever a Barbarian's Overpower ability comes off cooldown is no longer similar to a Legendary item dropping
      • Male barbarians no longer run faster than the other heroes while feared.


      Off Topic / Hils på Hjalte
      « Dato: Marts 13, 2013, 05:14:04 pm »
      Så kom vi endelig hjem fra neonatal afsnittet, hvor vi har været siden Hjalte blev født. Lille manden blev født lidt for tidlig og derfor var hans fødselsvægt også kun 2725gr., men tiltrods for det, er han en stærk lille mand.
      I aften står den vidst bare på hygge og afslapning sammen med Hjalte.

      Her er lige lidt billeder af ham: Hjalte

      Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Har du fundet Leoric's Signet?
      « Dato: Februar 01, 2013, 08:51:25 pm »
      Jeg er gået i gang med at farme denne low level ring og kom til at tænke på om der overhovedet er nogen her på forummet der har fundet den?

      Leoric's signet er en legendary ring der giver % exp, men den har meget lav drop rate og kan kun findes på normal.
      Den sælges på AH fra 20m og op til over 100m.

      Derfor ville det være interessant at høre om der er nogen der har været heldige at finde denne lille fine ring.

      Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Et kort indblik i Blizzards tanker om PvP
      « Dato: Januar 17, 2013, 11:08:54 pm »

      Nu er hvor Patch 1.0.7 er kommet på PTR, er strømmen af kommentarer også begyndt at vælte ind ved Blizzard.

      Blandt kommentarerne er mange der mener, at det ny tilkommende tiltage ikke kan kaldes duellering.

      Som bemærkning, skal det sige at citaterne er frit oversat af undertegnede.

      So getting one shotted is dueling?

      Til det giver Lylirra et rigtig godt svar.

      Vi har implementeret duel for at give interesseret spillere en mulighed for at kæmpe mod hinanden uden nogen hindringer, uden scorer, bare Nephalem mod Nephalem. Det er noget communitiet har efterspurgt og med ydere tilføjelser til PvP konceptet i støbeskeen, så havde vi ingen nogen grund til blive ved med at sige NEJ længere.

      Duellering har aldrig være tænkt balanceret, så forvent ikke en fair kamp. Det er ikke hvad PvP handler om! Der vil sikkert være nogle fejl-match, hvor du bliver one-shotted (Dette er grunden til man ikke dør permanent som Hardcore spiller) og hvor du one-shotter andre. Din hero er designet til at dræbe monstere hurtigt og uden medlidenhed og i en duel er disse "monstere" andre heroes.

      Vi siger ikke at alle vil kunne lide duellering. Og det er fint, men nogle spiller vil elske det og finde det en cool udfordring. Vi har det okay med, at det sikkert ikke er alle, der vil gøre PvP til en integreret det af deres spil oplevelse. Systemet er der for at give dig muligheden for at pulverisere dine modstandere i et område designet kun til dette formål og det er det -- og vi synes vi har opnået dette ret godt.

      Vi dog stadig åben for jeres feedback og vi vil holde et vågnet øje igennem hele PTR processen. Vi er ikke bange for ændre tingene, hvis det er gavner spillet; det er faktisk hvad PTR handler om.
      "Som tak", vil vi gerne at I huske hvad duellering faktisk er og I vil give systemet en fair change inden i giver forhastede konklusioner og begynder at spørger om buffs/debuffs/osv.
      Udvid med nye builds, prøv forskellige taktikker, og lad os høre hvad du tænker. Hvis vi laver ændringer, så plejer vi at informere og det vil vi også gerne at I gøre (f.eks. Døm ikke, på baggrund af et par minutters spille tid)

      Selvom Lylirra i postet ovenfor gør det klart at buffs/debuffs/osv. ikke er noget der kommer på tale, så kan spillere ikke lade være med at komme med kommentarer om emnet.

      ChuckNorris skriver:
      Hvorfor ikke give en damage reductions i PvP. Ihvertfald bare giv 30% til hver Class.

      Og Lylirra svarer med følgende:
      Som jeg sagde, har så har vi ikke tænkt at ændre på tingene, heller ikke en universel damage debuff imens man er i arenaen. Hele ideen med PTR er at få feedback fra jer spillere, så vi kan lave denne slags justeringer, hvis det er nødvendigt!

      Vi har kun fået et par timers feedback indtil nu, og før vi gøre noget vil vi gerne have et mere generelt billede af spillernes oplevelser. Jeg vil vædde med at mange spillere stadig duellere i deres farming builds, istedet for et forfinet og tunet PvP-style build -- Som faktisk vil kunne gøre en forskel. Vi ønsker også at gøre spillere som giver feedback opmærksomme på hvad duellering faktisk er. F.eks. er det ikke et sted du går hen for at finde super afbalancerede kampe!

      Men blandt det mange kommentarer om buffs og sure miner om at det ikke er rigtig PvP, så er der også kommentarer om hvor fedt det er endelig at kunne spille PvP i Diablo III.

      nvmwtfzong skriver som kommentar til Lylirras indlæg
      Jeg har det for fedt med PvP. Jeg one-shotter ikke, men bliver heller ikke one-shottet af andre. Jeg har skiftet fra mit WW build to et mere "Kom her over min ven! og så Stun Build"

      Og Carlucio skriver:
      Jeg elsker PvP, men mangler lidt en score og timer, så vi kunne lave uofficielle turneringer og ligaer.

      Afslutningsvis siger Lylirra til en kommentar:
      Vi har ikke brugt 8 måneder på PvP. Faktisk, havde vi ikke nogen planer om at adde PvP til spillet før senere og det er både baseret på communitiets konstante feedback og vores eget valg om at udskyde andre PvP modes. Det kan der evt. læses mere om her: Diablo III PvP Update.

      Så alt-i-alt er stemmingen om det nye tiltage, PvP, meget brovet, men lad os da håbe de fleste finde ud af, at med lidt optimering og lidt øvelse kan PvP blive det nye sort i Diablo III.
      Og at de kommende modes vil gøre duellering endnu vildere!

      Kilde: So getting one shotted is dueling?

      Barbarian / Opgradering af Barb - Hjælp!
      « Dato: Januar 04, 2013, 09:53:19 pm »
      Så er tiden vidst kommet til at få opgraderet min Barb lidt og håber der er nogen der vil hjælpe mig lidt.

      Jeg har linket til min DIII profil, hvor min Barb kan ses: Andrea8900

      Hvor synes i jeg skal prøve at opgradere?

      Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Blazzard kæmper kampen mod botters hver dag!
      « Dato: November 23, 2012, 09:38:09 pm »
      Med tråden jeg fandt den anden dag er der nu kommer blueposts fra Blizzards.
      Det vides ikke om tråden kan have noget at gøre med dette, men følgende er kommet fra Blizzard.

      En bruger stillede følgende spørgsmål til Blizzard:

      Banning Botters Movement!!!
      Hi guys, I also realise the botting issue is becoming a little out of control. A friend of mine quit playing last night because he is sick of runing into bots all the time, before he quit he gave me all his gears

      I was thinking if we could start a movement where all the legit players go play on a pubic game for 15 minutes every time they log into the game and actively report a few botters to blizzard, hoepfully it’ll get billizzard’s attention and reduce the severity of this situation.

      Det svarede Lylirra på:

      Lylirra @ 02:53:00 21-Nov-2012
      An important thing to keep in mind is that we don't make public announcements every time we action players for cheating, and the reason for this is that we are constantly removing this kind of exploitative behavior from the game -- on a weekly basis, sometimes even on daily basis. Public announcements would become tedious if we decided to make one every single time we banned someone for using a bot, a hack, or some other kind of cheat. Instead, we usually will post something whenever we issue a big wave, or whenever we feel like we need to remind players that exploitative behavior is not okay and can lead to a permanent ban from Diablo III.

      It's something we take very seriously, though. Our developers, support staff, and anti-hack teams are all busting their butts to ensure that your online experience is as free of cheats, hacks, and bots as possible. From the development side, we look at ways to reduce the effects of exploitative behavior on the community and/or prevent certain programs from working outright. This trick here is to make sure that whatever we do doesn't negatively impact legitimate players, which is actually a very fine tightrope to walk (you saw the complications of that whenever we introduced game limiting). From the support side, we make sure that your in-game reports reach our anti-hacks teams. And from the anti-hack side, we take action on players that we are able to confirm to be maliciously exploiting the game, be it through botting or other forms of cheating.

      The reality to all of this, though, is that even though we devote considerable time, effort, and heart to removing bad behavior from the game, there will always be individuals who excel at coming up with new ways of getting around the roadblocks we put up. So, it's a constant battle, but one that we're willing to fight. If you want to pitch in, you can; the easiest way to do so is by emailing hacks@blizzard.com or submitting a report through our webform.

      And, just for clarity, let me repeat:

      - Exploitative behavior is not okay (this includes botting).
      - If you are found to be exploiting the game, you can be permanently banned.
      - Source: https://us.battle.net/support/en/article/diablo-iii-exploitation-policy

      En anden bruger spurgte om følgende:
      Btw as i read on some bot forum (am not botting just like to read the ban reports:) ) the last public statement called “diablo players banned” was about people using maphack and that zoom out thingy not a massive bot banwave.

      Lylirra svarer:
      It included, but certainly was not limited to, that particular type of behavior. We called it out specifically in the announcement, so it’s nothing new.

      Endnu et post fra en bruger:
      Lylirra is one of the only really respected blues, but her response to botting (which I am sure is primarily scripted from management) is extremely weak. Botters and spammers have run rampant since week 1 and from what not only I can tell, but the majority of community as well, is that Blizzard has done very little to actually control, or eliminate them.

      Lylirra svarer:
      Not scripted. Not from management. What I wrote is based on my own experiences working at this company for over 6 years. I know almost each and every member of our anti-hack team personally, and I can speak first-hand as to how seriously they treat their role. They work long hours, they invest themselves completely, and they rarely get any praise for what they do because their job is never done.

      Yesterday, I spoke with one of the guys on the team for over an hour about how difficult and frustrating it is to keep up with all the different ways that players want to exploit the game. You find a certain kind of automation program and get rid of it, another pops up in its place, and now it’s even harder to detect. Or you know that some players are using a particular type of bot based on intuition and experience on the job, but you can’t prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt. Permanently banning a Diablo III license isn’t something we take lightly, and there’s a lot more that goes into actioning someone for botting than what meets the eye. (Yes, kind of like Transformers, but fortunately with less Shia LeBouf.)

      But, to counter your point more specifically, we have done many things to deter botting and remove those who are botting from the game environment. From the development side — just to name a few things — we’ve implemented game limits and AH limits. We’ve painstakingly removed exploitable monsters, chests, events, and locations, or made adjustments to them so that they would not benefit botters. And we continue to add layers to our reporting systems (I’ll pass on your feedback about adding more, though). On top of that, we have meetings each week with the development team to discuss what more we can do to help prevent this kind behavior (like I said previously, though, most solutions would negatively impact legitimate players…for example, CAPTCHA). From the anti-hack side, we monitor for bad behavior around the clock, and we routinely issue ban waves for verified cases of botting. We’ve also brought legal action against several companies who develop these types of programs.

      But we agree with you: it’s not enough. Of course, we’re not sure that what we can do will ever be enough (we don’t know if we can eliminate exploitative behavior completely), but we’re willing to try. It’s an ongoing battle, though, not something you win after a couple of quick matches.

      Så er botters bare klogere end Blizzard? eller føler du også at Blizzards sikkerhedssystem er uændret eller bare for dårligt? Eller tænk på følgende - Hvad nu hvis Blizzards sikkerhedssystem faktisk er fantastisk og de stopper 95% af hvad der vil være botter/hacker/dupers/osv.
      Så det kun er en meget lille procent del der kommer igennem og som vi ser og brokker os over. Måske vi lever som Hobbitterne i Herredet, under det mange år, før "Return of the King", med vores grænser sikker beskyttede af vogter, vi selv ikke kan forstille os.

      Ja, det er sjovt at lade som om.

      Hvad siger i?

      Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Botting og økonomien i D3: Fakta og teorier.
      « Dato: November 21, 2012, 03:20:44 pm »
      Faldt over et længere indlæg på inc.gamers.com om botting og økonomien i D3, som jeg synes jeg vil dele med jer.
      Jeg har prøvet at oversætte det så godt jeg kunne.

      Set ud fra Diablo 3 fans, er botting ved at have ramt et kritisk punkt, hvor flere og flere er begyndt at klage over problemet. Jeg læste en større tråd om det på et af b.nets forums tidligere idag, men det var hovedsageligt antagelser og beskyldninger uden noget realt indhold i forhold til hovedproblemet. Derfor vil jeg prøve at finde ud af hvad det hele handler om, finde ud af hvor profitabelt det er og hvilken indflydelse det har på Diablo 3 økonomi.

      Dette post er et tidligt forsøg på at lave en opsamling af observationer og enkelte teorier omkring hvad, hvorfor og hvordan. Jeg ser frem til at læse feedback, uanset om du er enig eller uenig, da mere data = mere information og dermed bedre mulighed for at skabe sig en mening. Udfra den feedback jeg får, vil jeg prøve at skabe en konsensus.

      Botting i D2 var for items.
      Pindlebots og andre bots lavede flere tusind i søgen på værdigfulde uniks, sets og runer. Items havde lav chance for at droppe, men over tid vil et drop finde sted og items kunne sælges for real money på 3rd party sider.

      Botting i D3 er for guld.
      Det er let at lave bot runs med en high level character med GF gear og på Nightmare MP 10. Botten behøves ikke en gang samle items op, bare nakke monster og samle alt guld op på vejen. Ved et lille forsøg på Hell MP 10, med omkring 300% GF, kunne jeg nemt lave 200-300k på en time. Og det ved uden at have optimere min character for GF. Jeg går der for udfra at flere millioner om dagen ikke er noget problem for en fulds guld farming bot.

      Hvad sælges guld for?
      Jeg tjekkede lige via RMAH og 10m guld sælges for $4.2. (Tjekkede også et par 3rd party side og her sælges 10m guld for omkring $3.6, det er billigere men du skal heller ikke betale 15% til Blizzard)
      Jeg ignorer at Blizzard tager en del af kagen i det næste eksempel. På GAH er et 100m item ca. $42 værd, et 500m item $210 og et 1mia item $420, men da RMAH slags loft er på $250, er items der sælge for mere end 600m på GAH prissat højere end hvad RMAH kan gå.
      (I’m sure the Bobby surcharge is throwing off my figures a bit, once you figure a transaction fee to turn $ into gold, and then using that gold to buy the item, so someone who actually does the math feel free to correct.)

      Hvorfor er guld så meget værd i Diablo 3?
      Guld er nyttigt i Diablo 3, da der er et RMAH bygget direkte ind i spillet og at guld meget let kan sælges for rigtige $$, uden brugen af 3rd party sider. Spiller der ønsker det bedste gear bruger $ for at købe gold, som de bruger på GAH hvor det bedste gear koster 500m eller mere. Så meget ulig Diablo 2, kan du tjene $ uden at finde items, du sælger blot det guld du har samlet. Og hvis gold botter også kan sælge de ting de finder, så er det bare endnu mere guld, som de så kan sælge igen.

      Gold botting gør således at priserne stiger på top end gear, siden der hele tiden bliver genereret mere guld via botting, og de $ der kommer ind i økonomien via RMAH fra guld, får cyklusen til at forsætte.
      På den anden side, så er priserne på mid range og low end gear faldet helt til jorden, så spillere let kan få råd til gear de ikke kunne have købt tidligere. Det er dog uklart hvor meget botting interagere med patch 1.05 og øgede drop rates, der øger mængden af gode items og dermed sænker prisen.

      Skaber RMAH botting?
      Ikke rigtig. Som Diablo 2 beviste, så vil der altid være et sort markede, det vil dog være mere besværligt, med alle de former for hacks, viruser og rip offs, osv. I stedet vil spillere bare sælge deres ting direkte for $, eller det vil veksle $ til guld, som de så kunne bruge i GAH.

      Hvis der ikke var noget AH, vil vi være tilbage som i Diablo 2, hvor hele økonomien var baseret på 3rd party sider, som måske vil skære ned på botteriet, da guld ikke vil være lige så let at omsætte til $. Det vil dog ikke ændre på det underliggende problem, at folk er villige til at betale $ for items og nok skal finde en måde at gøre det på.

      Prøver Blizzard at stoppe botting?
      Det er svært at sige. Botting er ulovligt og er i klar uoverensstemmelse med EULA og ToS. Accounts fundet skyldig i brugen af bots eller andre 3rd party programmer kan blive slettet.

      Gør Blizzard så det? Laver de scans for at finde botters? De fleste mener ikke de gør noget.

      Blizzard har fornyeligt annonceret at nogle spillere er blevet bannet, men disse var fra den asiatiske realm og de brugte et UI-mod, som ikke havde noget med botting at gøre. Blizzard har annonceret nogle botting og cheating bans i Diablo 3, men den generelle følelse er at botting er et stigende problem, og det er uklart om Blizzard kan stoppe det eller om de selv ikke prøver.

      Skader eller hjælper botting Blizzard?
      Dette er det mest debattable og afhænger af formodninger og teorier.

      Flere bots = mere guld = højere priser i GAH = mere guld solgt i RMAH. På nuværende tidspunkt er det stort set umuligt at farme nok guld til at kunne købe top gear. Den eneste måde du kan skaffe så meget guld er ved at botte, ved at være heldig ved salg a gode ting på GAH eller ved at købe det på RMAH.

      På den anden side, så gør de høje priser at nogen spillere føler sig frustreret og derfor stopper, hvilket selvfølgelig skader det total items salgs tal.

      Så botting skaber højere og fører til guld salg på RMAH, hvilket gør Bobby rigere.
      Men de høje priser og den generelle tone af "folk snyder" gør at nogle spillere stopper, hvilket gør Bobby ulykkelig.

      Hvad er det resultatet så...? Jeg ved det ikke og jeg er nysgerring for at høre jeres meninger.

      Der er ikke nogen konklusion. Skriv din meninger og teorier her, jeg vil tilføje dem jeg ikke har nævnt.

      Jeg synes han har nogle rigtig gode synspunkter og rammer faktisk ret godt med nogle af de ting han siger.

      Kilde: Botting and the D3 Economy: Facts and Theories

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