Inferno Difficulty

After a long break, I finally made it to level 60 which qualifies me for Inferno difficulty in Diablo III. Although it took a while to get the hang of mouse, movement and keyboard functions, I still had fun re-watching all the cutscences from Act III and Act IV.

Wizard-60-Infernom

Cool was especially excited about me reaching 60 as this meant he could unload a lot of the gear he had been saving for me; not to mention freeing up all that space in his stash. This included the legendary Storm Crow headpiece and the wand/off-hand set Chantodo’s Will and Chantodo’s Force.

Wizard-Storm-Crow

After that we even played though a little of Act I so I could see how the Paragon System works.

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. becareful D3 exterminates Mouses by the bundle :O

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  2. Grats. I must be the only person to have a copy and still be level 13 ish. Did you enjoy it more as you got higher up? Still trying to figure out my problem with the game, not sure if it’s playing solo because Mr Harpy decided he hated it at level 3 or what.

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    • I finished it on the monk all the way to inferno but i cant seem to get into it on either the demon hunter or the witch doctor. so if you need a companion to make it less boring for me :) by all means let me know.

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    • I play so sporadically because to me it doesn’t have the same pull as WoW but playing with Cool certainly makes it easier.

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