Actually how is this works is if your character's life is lower than your character's level. so it would only apply to 30 life in you were level 31 or higher.Basically, getting stunned in Diablo is based on the mobs damage vs your health pool, regardless of whether mana shield is up or not. To ensure new characters have a lesser chance of getting stunlocked to death on the first level or 2, the game is coded in such a way that if you have 30 or less HP, you cannot get stunlocked.
There is a way to avoid this if you have the telekinesis spell. basicly as a rule of thumb, never click on an item on the ground more than once. if you click on it once and it does not pick up, do not click a second time. items will only 'lag out' if you click on them multiple times. Instead, after the first failed attempt, use the telekinesis spell on it to pick it up.I have always been irked by a strange Battle.net bug. It happens mostly with the random health and mana potions you find littering the ground in the dungeons (not dropped by monsters, the ones that are just placed there) but it can also happen to the "treasure room items," the magic (and occasionally unique!) items that are pre-placed in enclosed rooms with gold and enemies (mainly in the Caves). Sometimes you will click the potion item, and nothing happens. Then you wait a few seconds, and... poof. Item is gone. Mildly irksome when it's a potion, enraging when it's a magic full-plate mail! Especially since you have to sit there and watch it happen, knowing what's coming once the item doesn't pick up, but powerless to stop it...
By all means someone could play Diablo on PC for months and never 'experience' a bug - simply because they don't realise they are there.I have the Playstation version and I have never experienced any bugs for it. Peace, Squid
Try looking here:Hi to everyone. I have never played a Blizzard game and I decided to start from this one. Anyway, I installed it and it runs, but when I play some pixels are white or yellow, you know, unexpected colors. I have Windows 7 32-bits and Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz, 3.1 GB Ram, GeForce GTX 550 Ti card. Is there any way to fix this problem ?? Please help.
There is a way to fix it that is relatively easy. All you have to do is when you're in the game, use alt tab to go to your desktop and open a task manager window. Go to your processes and end process explorer.exe. It will remove most of the things on your desktop but When you alt tab back into Diablo the weird pixels will be fixed. When you're done playing simply reopen the task manager and start explorer.exe again. It obviously does no harm to your machine and lets the game run better. They fixed this issue in Windows 8Re: Diablo 1 bugs
Hi to everyone. I have never played a Blizzard game and I decided to start from this one. Anyway, I installed it and it runs, but when I play some pixels are white or yellow, you know, unexpected colors. I have Windows 7 32-bits and Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz, 3.1 GB Ram, GeForce GTX 550 Ti card. Is there any way to fix this problem ?? Please help.