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ElderLuck

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  1. This seems like a new game to me. From what I see it doesn't look like dd1 but if it has those problems then oh well its free to play now. So you don't have to spend money but you spend time. This game just has a different look.
  2. For all of you sad it Is not coming to console guess what. You can build/buy a pc for cheaper then a console that will run the gameI am happy its not coming to console actually. Its the best news I've heard since the release. I find it refreshing and new. I hope they do good. My only issue is will it be featured in mlg?Lol
  3. are pets making a return? will there be character customization? or will that be the catch of f2p? those things will cost?
  4. I am under the impression you learned from before and no more console. I am excited about that part.
  5. This game has taken a serious turn. It was more original before now its get ready for that cookie cutter mold. When this game makes tournaments and mlg like LoL then it won't be the same definitely I promise that.
  6. i say everyone in this topic duped me. so now everyone is on the list right? lmao, come on ppl. That made me laugh. + 10 , haha you clown. Just don't trade. Keep your stuff with you at all time. You might get robbed.
  7. royal gardens? thats the one, Honestly I enjoy all the maps but I am using my survival experiences to say which one i like the least. all those wyverns are just crazy.
  8. Least favorite map is endless spires or that outside map I can't remember the name.
  9. So, been playing Dungeon Defenders for awhile now.. originally PS3 player, moved to PC, and now back to PS3 playing with my sister who's taken an interest in video games. The differences between the two are drastic. And it's hard to familiarize yourself with one, when you bounce back and forth. lol Anyway, my point of the thread is that I've been stuck on hard for quite sometime, and only selectively. I'm currently doing mass runs of Hard Ramparts because it seems to be the best bang for my buck. In terms of mana, armor/weapon drops of occasionally 40 upgrades or more. I'm just wondering if there is anywhere "better" (Mana gain, item drop rates, etc) that I should be running or if it's just a wait out the mana collection until I can afford to upgrade all my 40+ pieces and finally tip me over the insane thresh hold. I play a Tower Squire who's stats are: Health: 56 Attack: 150 Area: 64 Rate: 148 She plays DPS Huntress with similar stats: Health: 60 Attack: 154 Speed: 81 Cast: 47 On ps3, I am willing to come out of retirement to help you. I won't make it easy mode but I will make it fun mode.
  10. I wondered myself but I guess it doesn't matter.
  11. I think soul focusers are better. Lava beatles take more time to obtain. The lab is so easy, you could end it real fast.
  12. Sounds impossible and probably not worth trying. I guess the way to beat it, is to never try? Its impossible with your limitations. Maybe on xbox with the evil they conjure.
  13. Depends on how bored you can get. If you do mistymire first wave insane + you could get far fast imo but if you don't mind doing tedious driveling work and using multiple controllers. You can do Glitterhelm. Its best with 2 controllers in my opinion. If you do it really well you can get alot of exp. it just gets tiresome. I did it for like 6 hours once when I use to play this game. After you get to your desired level. Mines was 78 at the time . You want to take a break for a long time or at least I did. so I would normally go play a rpg to relax from the grind :P lol I love grinding but I can only go so far.When I use to play.
  14. Ninja's and Wyverns on insane+. Wyverns more because sometimes they shoot stray fire balls which ruin perfect runs. Ninja's because sometimes they get stuck and destroy on insane +.
  15. I keep getting noobs coming in my tavern asking me to get them to level 74. My question is: Should I? I don't mind doing it at all, but the voices inside my head tell me (among other things) "Don't do it, you're ruining the game for them." So... Should I? My honest opinion from what I see here, you're kindness is actually a weakness. You aren't ruining the game for them but you are ruining their will to play 2 ways either they will play to level on their own or when you say no they will just quit or after you level them up they will just quit the game. People are weird, They like to leech and quit. I know because I played various mmorpgs, and online games. When you help people level up they eventually quit, when you don't they still quit anyway. I wouldn't help them just because I am not going to spend countless hours on someone who isn't going to be grateful or just end up quitting. But do what you think is right,And sometimes Saying no is better than lending a hand. Trust me.
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