A guide to shooting arrows with Diablo 3
Posted On June 30, 2021
By Steve Mignola | November 3, 2017 6:17:19 Diablo 3 players have had to contend with a lot of things in their first few hours of play.
And for many of them, it’s been hard to figure out how to handle their first time getting the game running.
“I think it’s because Diablo 3 is such a small game, and you’re trying to learn the game, it takes a lot to learn how to do things properly,” says player and Diablo 3 forum moderator Darrick Ewing.
Diablo 3’s “main quest” has players travel to a new area, complete quests and slay monsters to obtain items and loot.
To get things going, players need to get a couple items of interest to open up their inventory, such as a few coins to buy a spell, or a couple gold pieces to buy some weapons.
To make sure they get the loot and the items they need to finish the main quest, players can go through various dungeons and get “master” status, which allows them to go through more dungeons, more quests and higher levels, all while leveling up their characters to level 70.
To help them get going, some players will create their own character with the help of a mod or a companion character.
Diablo players will also need to find a way to “kill” enemies while the main story is active, which can be done by doing things like using a specific weapon to kill a certain amount of enemies or by killing an entire enemy group in a single hit.
The game’s quests can also get confusing, with the majority of quests only involving one side of a conflict or one side having a specific target to destroy.
There are a lot more variables that make it difficult to fully understand the game’s systems, but one thing players can do is to start a new character to get some more advice from an experienced player to help them better understand the system and make the most of it.
“That’s really important,” says Ewing, who also runs a Diablo 3 forums.
“It’s really hard to do this when you’re just starting out, because I remember when I started playing the game.
It was really frustrating and it was hard to get my head around it.
I was trying to get it all figured out and figure out the whole thing and then I’d be done.”
A quick overview of Diablo 3, and the various game systems in Diablo 3: The Complete First Quest article Diablo 3 has a massive amount of information to learn, which means it can be overwhelming for players to get the hang of it at first.
“So the first thing I tried was I made a character,” says Bong, who was a beginner when he started playing Diablo 3.
“After I made my character, I was like, ‘I’m going to make a character now and I’m going do this for a while,'” he says.
“Then I made another character, and then another character and I made more characters.
Then I went through this process of making more characters until I made 20 and now I have a full character and have played through the game like it’s my first time.
It’s really, really easy to learn.”
While a lot is still being discovered, there are plenty of tips that can help guide players through the various systems and help them become familiar with the game as a whole.
There’s the tutorial, which shows players how to use their weapons, which will help them learn the controls.
Then there’s the “class,” which shows you the game world, which gives players a good overview of how to interact with other characters and monsters.
There is also the “skill tree,” which gives the player the ability to craft gear and get more advanced skills.
“You can also find more hints on the official forums, such in the questing section,” says Darrack Ewing of the Diablo 3 wiki.
“There are some things you can do when you get your first quest that will help you figure out what to do and why.”
There are also guides and videos on the forum to help players get started, and Blizzard is working on a few additional guides and tutorials that will be released on a regular basis.
“We’re working on those, but they’ll probably be coming in the future,” Ewing says.
The first step for players trying to make it through the first few days is to learn a bit more about the different classes and their abilities.
“For the first time, it might be easier to start using some of the abilities of the main character, such the bows, the daggers, the crossbows and so on,” says Terence O’Connor, who has been playing Diablo since the first days of the game release.
“When you’re doing some of those things, it can make the learning process a little easier.
You can then start using that ability in more interesting ways and it’ll help you understand more of the gameplay.”
The game also offers a lot in the