Diablo 3 Cheats
The game actively synchronizes the data with the server at anytime for any reason which will result in your position in the game coordinate plane being reset to where it should be. There is nothing that can be done about this anti-cheat built in. The trainer can modify values on your computer, but never on the server. As soon as synchronization occurs, the data on the server will overwrite the modified data by the trainer.
The server doesn't allow this fast movement right? Or something in that direction...
Either way, sorry, no I don't know much about server based stuff. I just came here to try out your creation which I liked and hoped to help you improve it. If you don't want feedbaxk just say so it without flaming and I'll shutup. I'm that easy...
Either way, the mapping is really usefull I can guess where the entrances are for a lot of things. Thanks! Now I go slaughter some evil monsters and abominations.
[Edited by Lifell, 5/18/2012 12:52:33 PM]
Thanks for the explanation and thanks for the trainer! I'll get it now. Wizard sorry, but you can just tell me that I don't know crap in a more civil way instead of using swear words...
[Edited by Lifell, 5/18/2012 12:56:04 PM]
The REAL-MONEY AUCTION HOUSE.
If you had god mode, unlim mana, etc... you could essentially just tear through critters and bosses like tissue paper over and over. You'd collect MASS amounts of gold and items, and be able to sell them for real money. Blizzard created the real-money auction house to curb item and gold sellers that have plagued World of Warcraft for years. If you were able to use cheats, you'd be able to completely destroy the D3 economy, and totally wreck the purpose of the auction house.
The Real-Money Auction House is intended for people who spend large amounts of time legitimately obtaining gold and items to sell their stuff and make real money. I'm sure someone will say "Yes, but the only stuff you can sell will come from public/multiplayer games." I did some extensive research on the topic, and there is NO information from Blizzard that items obtained in a non-public, single-player game will not be allowed to be sold in the Real-Money Auction House.
This tells me that Blizzard will be paying INCREDIBLY close attention to cheating in single-player mode. I love CH and all their trainers, but as Pwizard said, it's a risky move to use it, and I don't plan to risk it. Cheers to all of you who do, and thank you to all the people at CH who do everything they can to help us enjoy our games!
The video has not been edited or altered in any way. I am able to quickly move around with option 1 and see further than normal using option 2. I am also able to disable the options and return everything to normal, then reactivate again.
As you can see there is indeed some stuttering, but that is the server trying to compensate for your position and is unavoidable.
[Edited by PWizard, 5/19/2012 6:36:52 AM]
Remember guys, this isn't like SC2. They banned a good amount of people in SC2 for cheats, though most were single player related. Due to the existence of a method to make REAL MONEY with the items you gain, even in a single-player game, Blizzard won't tolerate cheats that can possibly upset the D3 economy.
Also, I use the term "single-player" loosely. There is, in fact, no "single-player" version of Diablo 3, as everyone must be online to play, and any item you obtain CAN be sold to other players via the gold auction house or real-money auction house.
Technically, Diablo 3 is a Massively Multiplayer Online Game with Single-Player aspects.
For the 100th time, anything involving modifying items, exp, gold will get you banned from the game. Blizzard is not ****ing around with these things so it's never going to happen regardless of whether it is possible or not. Getting magical items more often = better farming for gold = ruining auction house.
[Edited by Neo7, 5/18/2012 1:53:24 PM]
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.
• Enhanced Character Speed (IMPROVED)
• Reveal Map
+ 2 more options