This ring reduces the number of items needed for set bonuses by 1 (to a minimum of 2). In short, it “unlocked” the set bonuses of every set, for every class, earlier than typical. Players did not need to actually have a Ring of Royal Grandeur in order to benefit from this buff.Continue Reading “Highlights from Season 16 (Season of Grandeur)”
Season 15 was the Boon of the Horadrim season. It gave players extra stuff for completing Bounties. It also had the Rathma’s set as the “freebie” for Necromancers. Those who finished Chapter IV got a creepy hand pet.
In this blog post, I have a quick look at the progress I made through Season 15. Overall, I wish I could have spent more time playing than I did. But, I’m not unhappy with how things worked out.
In Season 14, I tried something new. Instead of focusing on one character, I split my time on two characters. One was a hardcore Barbarian, which was playing as part of the Solo Self Found League. The other was a softcore Demon Hunter, which I was playing with groups.
In this blog, I have gathered up the best of the screenshots I took while playing my softcore Demon Hunter.
In Season 14, I decided to play a Hardcore Barbarian as part of the Solo Self Found League. I did a Season Rebirth on Zena, a Barbarian that I’ve had for a very long time.
Unfortunately, she didn’t make it all the way through Chapter IV. So, this blog post shows what happened at what turned out to be the end of my Season 14.
I am playing a Hardcore Barbarian for Season 14. My goal is to see how far I can get through the Season Journey without dying. I am playing as part of the Solo Self Found League on my Hardcore character.
I’m also playing a Softcore Demon Hunter, and playing in groups with that one. With help, my Softcore Demon Hunter is currently at the point where she is working her way through Slayer. It was time for my Hardcore Barbarian to catch up.
I am playing a hardcore Barbarian for Season 14 of Diablo III. Last Season, I played as part of the Solo Self Found League (SSF) on softcore. This season, I’m doing it on hardcore.
I started the Season Journey on my softcore Demon Hunter. This meant I did not have an easy way of checking what objectives I had completed on my hardcore Barbarian. It also means that my Barbarian cannot receive Haedrig’s Gifts, because my Demon Hunter already collected them.
Season 14 of Diablo III is the very first themed season. All Treasure Goblin spawns would be doubled for the duration of Season 14. In other words, when players encounter one Treasure Goblin, it will be accompanied by an exact duplicate of itself.
I decided to use Season Rebirth so I could play my hardcore Barbarian as part of the Solo Self Found League (SSF) for Season 14. In addition, I also used a Season Rebirth on my softcore Demon Hunter, specifically so I could play with friends.
Season 13 was the very first time I made it to the Guardian part of the Season Journey. I was playing on softcore and participating in the Solo Self Found League. Would I be able to complete Guardian all by myself? I wasn’t sure – but was willing to give it a try.
Season 13 turned out to be my most productive Season, ever. Typically, my goal is to complete Chapter I, Chapter II, Chapter III, and Chapter IV. Doing so gives a player a full set and some goodies (such as a special portrait, a pet, and sometimes some wings).
The most attractive thing about Conqueror (at least, for me) is that players who complete it receive extra Stash space. My off-season Stash is very full of items, even after I weeded some of it out. I was extremely motivated to earn some additional Stash space.
I’ve played every Season in Diablo III. Season 13 was the first time I completed Destroyer.
In this blog, I have Twitch videos, screenshots, and some commentary about my experience through the Destroyer portion of the Season Journey for Season 13 in Diablo III.