Just another dissapointed person who waited 10 years for Diablo 3 only to have all my hopes and dreams crushed

Really excited about this game since hearing about it and thought id sign up/preorder to help with the development

Spent most of my childhood playing diablo1/2 dota etc and in more rescent times looking for a good game to slay my thirst for a new GOOD ARPG

Heres Hoping :slight_smile:

Another dissapointed D3 fan, alot of people like you who were unsatisfied (to put it mildly) with D3 have joined up with us since that’s happened.
Welcome aboard! :smiley:
Younghappy :slight_smile:


You’re not alone in your D3 disappointment. Better not to dwell on it for too long.

A dutch saying translated literally into english:
The loss of one, is food for another.


Don’t you mean;
One man’s death is another man’s bread.

that too :stuck_out_tongue:

Hi and welcome to the forum.

hi and welcome, join the disappointed D3 club, its over there with a big sign over it saying, “For disappointed D3 players”

there you can rant about D3 all day, but once you done that, you can then step into the next building with an even larger sign saying

“Welcome to the GD club”

its very packed, so make yourself at hom and find some room if you can

and by the way welcome to the GD forums!!!

Welcome to the forums!

in my native country we say: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

another day another Convert. :smiley:

Welcome to The Cult of Crate.

Hehe, we have that one too. But the meaning is entirely different. Even in this context the statement is correct though.

Typhos thinks D3 is trash, other people think D3 is a treasure. With so many people disappointed in D3, D3 is dead to them; and they seek onwards, like Typhos did - and find new hope in Grim Dawn; Crate profits from D3’s “death”.