Holy shit me too. I think it's not real power if you have to rely on something else, or an artifact or something. I don't even like the concept of wands in Harry Potter, but whatev, I have to deal with it
Me either!! I'd be a nervous, paranoid wreck if I had to rely on a wand for everything! The ONLY thing that makes the wands okay for Potter is that a lot of it is real traditional witchcraft-y stuff in the sense of what you'd think of as a traditional witch's ways.
If I was an assassin for realz.. I'd own face all day. Srsly.. being paid to kill demons? Who could ask for a better lifestyle?
Kantgirl: Just say "I'm feminine and I'll punch anyone who says otherwise!"
Halla74: Think your way through the world. Feel your way through life.
Cimarron: maybe Prpl will be your girl-bud
prplchknz: i don't like it
I've never played on battlenet before, only local network. I'll play...maybe not for a few months though, I should really be focusing on school now so I'm resisting re-installing d2. have my old chars saved though (I prefer ice-sorc).
Efficiency. Making others do your work is real power.
My first character was a Necromancer. But the thing is that "others" are not really others in this case. They are just pawns which are quite useful.
My necromancer has the ability to rise half a level. (44 minions)
Iron maiden that returns 750 damadge,
I can force monsters to kill each other or rise barriers.
When level 23 bone spirits are wondering around it can be wise to keep your distance. Plus corpse explosion.
The only real problem with Necromancer is that things are too easy. In many hard situations there is no real challange playing like this.