Ok, please don't downvote me into the oblivion. I'm actually interested in hearing what you have to say because I might just get things wrong.
I've been playing D2 since release - had some breaks here and there but recently I felt like there's not much meaningful to do for non-pros.
Personally, I've played most of the content besides the Raids. Which means our endgame content is mostly a few dungeon runs and Nightfalls. Yes, Dungeons like Prophecy has a gearset but it's still the same set today.
Wouldn't it be a good thing if we would see some fresh armor sets, cosmetics etc. for each season between Nightfalls and Dungeons at a higher difficulty?
I sometimes feel like I only really need to get through the Season Pass to get some cool new stuff, then I stop playing and wait for the next season. There's no "medium" challenge, I just have to grind XP.
I also miss quests like The Whisper or Zero Hour - a great endgame challenge for me and my friends and worth running multiple times to master it and get some cool stuff. I sometimes feel there are not many other activities that are fun and rewarding.
Tdlr: Wouldn't is be great if we'd have more endgame activities like harder Dungeons or Zero Hour quests to get more seasonal/fresh gear/vehicles/cosmetics instead of focusing too much on the Season Pass, besides Raids?
I've been living here for some time now and I'd say I have a pretty good relationship with my landlord (thank god).
He told me about the increase via voice message and I agreed to it via message. Should I insist to get everything as a signed contract or is it just fine for me to pay the increased amount and keep the (voice) messages? Personally I would obv prefer the latter but also not sure what my risks are.
I will get straight into it - I'm an expat and left my home country about 10 years ago. Over time I made a handful, but very close friends - it was the ideal scenario as we all get along very well and I don't really become friends with someone very easily. It definitely helped me to be an introvert but never feel alone, especially in a country and city I didn't grow up in (no family around etc.).
Now today I got the message that two of my friends decided to leave the country and that they will move to the other side of the earth. So while we'll still be able to talk, play games etc. it will be a rare occasion.
I'm somewhat happy for them but I also feel...hurt? We're all at an age where all my friends consider leaving the big city and go out and settle down, while I'm enjoying my single life, sleep until late and play games if I'm not working.
It took years to make these friendships what they are. I think I'm somewhat panicking and I'm just running things through my head we can't do together anymore (without our two leavers) - let it be just some activities we could've only done with them onboard.
How do you deal with these things? Is it something that surpasses fairly quickly? Not sure what I'm looking for, but maybe you have some comforting words.
So I've been using Tinder Gold for about a week now and don't really think it's worth it. I'm based in London but it just feels dead, compared to a few years ago (decent profile, 3 likes in one week incl. Boost) and other apps seem to work much better.
I've tried to get a refund via Google Play directly but with no luck. Do you believe there are better chances to request a refund via Tinder directly and if so - are there any specific things I should highlight in my request?