Have you looked at a calendar recently? We are now just over a week away — ten days to be exact — from the end of days. We will all be called back to Sanctuary to face the Lord of Terror once more. Are you prepared?
Have you stocked up on enough snacks, coffee/soda and eye drops? Have you prepared an apology note/letter to your spouse, significant other, and/or children? Are you prepared to not stop until you have defeated the Lord of Terror is no more? Are you?
Welllll, okay … I will be taking breaks — I have responsibilities that cannot be ignored — but rest assured I will not be satiated until Diablo lies at my
sorceress’ wizard’s feet as a smoldering corpse. And then I will jump right into Nightmare. And then Hell. And then … well you get the idea, right?
I know I can’t be the only one quivering with anticipation, right?
Diablo II consumed me. I couldn’t stop thinking about slaying demons and dreaming of those sweet, sweet loots. Just one more pack. Just one more area. Just one more act. Just one more … dangerous soul-consuming addiction.
I need my Diablo fix. I need to satisfy my never-ending appetite for LEET LOOT. I need to ZAP demons with lightning. I need to smell their demise. I need, I need, I need …
… to not lose my soul.
Joking aside I am trying to decide upon my gameplan for Diablo III beyond focusing mainly on my wizard. I mean obviously the wizard is going to be my main focus, but what will I work on beyond her? Do I get my ME-SMASH on and go with the barbarian? Or do I go with the agile punch-things-in-the-face monk? I also need to decide on whether or not my secondary character will be used solely for Shattered Soulstone gaming nights.
Then there’s the decision of what skills to use. Do I stick to only lightning spells? Do I go with a melee wiz? Do I mix things up every now and then depending on what is most effective at the time? Or do I just try everything and experiment?
What are your plans? I’d love to hear everyone’s plans … that is if you’re not planning on rolling with a puke doctor. ^^; Better yet, why not send an email to email@example.com to let me know and we (Breja, Jen or myself) will read it on the air.