Actually, Zeal isn't a very common skill used. You're much more likely to see Smite used if anything.but the fun ends quickly when a player turns invisible or they just keep on zealing at each other 10 minutes straight with no one dying.
Ubiquitous Chaos said:Many people have the wrong idea about open dueling. It's not just ''set your life, absorbs, resists, dr, dtm, etc. to 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999.'' It involves a lot of testing and trying to balance things out. Ex. a working health mana combo would be around 5 mil/2.5 mil, not 9999999999999999999999//9999999999999999. The skill involved in open hacked duels don't revolve around the contents of the actual duel, but rather who has made the better character. Take some time to explore the depths of open before you judge it. On top of all that, however small it may be, there is a non-hacked/legit open community.
Actually, Zeal isn't a very common skill used. You're much more likely to see Smite used if anything.
And just what "skill" is involved in opening a character editor and setting my HP to a few hundred billion?
tremak said:I have tried to do that. There are issues with boosting life that high. It ended up glitching the game and dropping my life excessively low. It isn't as easy as it sounds, and even once you have your character with maxed resist, life out the *** and even a charm that spawns a revived Diablo, you'll still find people who somehow *gasp* manage to kill your godly character. Then it's a matter of figuring out where the hole was. There IS a sort of fun to it.
:lol: :lol: lmao :lol: :lol: So true so true. Open was fun for me for maybe 10mins. The only purpose for me in open is trying out new builds (ie. putting realistic amounts of skill points life etc.) that I might want to use in a REAL diablo.Peregrine said:Why even bother using a skill? My level 100 billion holy shock aura will kill you from 3 acts away.