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Thanks for the laugh. It's called healing potions, you start with four, use them. By the time you're out, you're halfway to level 3.
Yes, it works. Yes, it is still hacking.
Dutch version please?
5 minutes of research would have told you the answer.
"Once bugged, always bugged"?
At least it's not a zombie mod. Yet.
They have a sight radius of a myopic goldfish. Just keep your distance.
The natural instincts for any D2 player who has trouble:
- Ask for the 'best' build on the forum.
Congratulations, you find the ONE bug that hasn't been fixed yet because it is untraceable because every clown who gets it says nothing more than 'game crashed'. If that translates into a glitchy mod... well.
Yes, the documentation and even this very page tells you that.
- It is technically impossible to make sets that can be completed across item tiers. And sets that work only if you combine the exact item tiers are useless because you'll never complete them. That's why sets only exist for the HIGHEST tier.
- You can get yourself an infinite 'chest' if you just download PlugY. The documentation tells you that.
This error is associated with a crack tool crashing. Your cybercrimes are not my problem.
Rank 2! This is going to work... keep voting!
Down to rank 5 from rank 4... KEEP VOTING! Overthrow Half-Life 2!
Both teams could have campaigned. Such is the nature of freedom.
Mods that got a major update in 2009 also qualify.
I know that. I was asked for video footage because the admins don't have Diablo II. Deer, headlights, etc.
Median is in the list but it's not in the video?
The categories do seem less biased this time round, so that's a start.
The 2008 categories franbkly sucked compared to the 2007 ones. The whole point of mods and indie games is that they are made with limited resources and ideally gameplay should take preference over labour-heavy aspects like 'graphics' and 'story'.
If this were my show, I'd go further and assign ALL of the editor's choice categories to various aspects of gameplay and design brilliance. Even the latest postmortem reveals it: graphics at the cost of gameplay ruins lives.
It can, but only after a significant update.
This is the Warcraft 3 mapper's problem. Too many mods, not enough players (and too many commercial games to compete against, too).
What's left is advertising.
Median XL in the top 100. :D And not even by a hair: its current rank is #20 (sadly down from #6 at its peak). Thanks to all!
C'mon, win something this year finally. Let this be the swansong of Diablo II.
Indie games are handicapped because they cannot surf on the popularity of their parent game. When someone wants a shooter, they look for HL2 mods, not for indie games.
Between this and the crazy amount of work needed to make a decent indie game, one has to wonder who even wants to do it.
If you believe in capitalism, the most played mods ARE the best mods because they offer value to the largest number of people.
Median XL did well last year and finished in the top 20 iirc.
If you encounter gigantic game breaking monsters at level 1, you're somewhere you're not supposed to be anyway.
Either you're exaggerating and you got killed by a shaman or something (= l2play), rushed into the Den of Evil at level 1 before you even had a skill to use (= impatience) or you ignored the DANGER UBERLEVEL sign on the optional crypt at Blood Raven (= suicide).
Either way, don't worry, one day you'll laugh at how noobish you were on your first playthrough. ;)
I doubt Diablo 2 told you to get PlugY.
No, because they're already linked to from the ACTUAL news on the homepage.