Lost in space
- Dec 21, 2003
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Not possible. Since Diablo II's character file arnt stored on your own computer, you cant do this. The character data is in the server itself by Blizzard. This is with all games, thats how people can steal accounts and take your stuff from other computers.Cap J said:That person takes things too seriously.
For Diablo 2 a good thing to do when you are transfering items via 3rd party is to set your current characters save file to Read-Only Then if the 3rd party runs away then you still have the item
Cap J said:It should work online as it still reads from the same save file
And most the time when people are trying to find ways to dupe items they are looking to do it all in-game, remember, not everyone is good with files
A little irony never goes amiss.Those guys need to get a damn life.
True, but it's still pretty messed up to kill someone over a damn GAME.nuttzy said:kk, now back to the topic at hand, ive seen finds get in arguments or fist fights over stolen items in games. doesnt strike me as so odd that someone would resort to murder nowadays. sure the items dont technically exist outside of the videogame. but INSIDE the videogame alot of time (and sometimes money) was spent trying to acquire it and when the item dissappears you cant do anything to get it back and all of your time/money was or nothing. and videogames or not nobody enjoys having thier stuff stolen.
That's the thing. Chances are he didn't kill him over the game, he probably killed him over the $870 he lost out on. If someone refused to give you back an item from your house that was worth that much, I'd dare say you'd be a little bit pissed off aswell. That's no excuse of course, killing him was still taking it too far, but people ought to understand that it wasn't just over a game.#True, but it's still pretty messed up to kill someone over a damn GAME.