In nearly three years of Diablo 3, I’ve logged far more hours than I’d care to admit. I’ve killed more monsters than I can count, and tandem just as may characters. Except I can count those, and the number only goes to ten.
Now I’ve killed more than ten, but all I can archive is that. Which has left me with a sad dilemma. Over half of my hall is level 60 characters from pre-expansion.I could delete them and pave a way for freshly killed 70’s, but what would I lose in doing so?
A poorly geared Witch doctor that ventured into the bowels of Torment only to find himself quickly overwhelmed in the first act. His successor(even more poorly geared)that took on Belial a little too quickly in a rush for vengeance on Torment. The Witch doctor who lived through it all the way to paragon 100. The monk who made it to paragon 80 only to have his life shortened by the monster he couldn’t kill:lag.
The list could go on, but each one is a memory and hard to part with. With seasons now in swing, I’ve found myself making more characters and racking up more deaths.Which in turn has helped push my Hall of heroes to its capacity and then some. Now that I’ve hit the cap I’ve been stockpiling ghosts in my regular character creation queue. This in turn prevents me from enshrining their accomplishments as I had with each character that preceded it. I Hope that as time passes I’ll feel more capable of hitting delete, but until that happens I’ve still got two character slots left for safekeeping.
How do you handle your Hall of heroes?
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