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    Stack 10 Pool of reflection in 20~ min before RoS

    Hey guys, less than a day for RoS release so it's a good time to stack those 10 pools that will last, in theory, from level 60 to 65 giving a free level if you don't die.


    This is the route I'm using:

    • Act 1, Return to New Tristam ( Last quest )
    • Press M to open your map and directly teleport to Cemetery of the Forsaken
    • Check all 3 crypts entrances ( inside ) while you look arround the Waypoint
    • After checking the last crypt, press M and teleport to Leoric's Manor
    • Run inside to the Leoric's manor courtyard
    • Check arround the courtyard and TP back to town
    • Leave, resume, repeat

      Optional:
    • Pick the chests and kill elites in your way.
    • Select Torment 1 at least for the chance of class sets ( IK, Inna, Tal rasha... )
    • Cap to 25% your movement speed ( You can use your paragon points ) and use any dash you've or movement increase skill
    • After the bonus is gone at level 65~ in RoS you can come back and pick another 10 pools, giving you the 25% exp bonus from 65~ till 70


    Be careful and don't die or you'll lose your pool stacks! You should be done ( if not extremely unlucky ) in 20~ min or a little more if you don't have enough mobility or you take too much time to load. Anyway this is best route I've found to farm them atm.

    Here's a video of the runs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDNWhT-_Q3I

    Have fun and see you tonight in RoS (:

    Stack 10 Pool of reflection in 20~ min before RoS
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    Thanks a lot !

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    A quick question,

    Can you easily check how many pools you have? Or is it something you simply need to keep track yourself?

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    Hover over your XP bar...

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    Originally Posted by Lives View Post
    A quick question,

    Can you easily check how many pools you have? Or is it something you simply need to keep track yourself?

    I think you can't check the number specifically, you can either track them or look at the bar and see how many millions exp you have in the Bonus pool remaining and do some quick math

    Example: if you need 200M exp for the next level and you've 80M pool, divide your required exp to 10 -> 200/10=20. Now divide your "bonus pool remaining" to the previous result -> 80/20 and it will result in 4 pools, correct me if i'm wrong my maths suck lol

    Also, when you pick the 11th, it won't extend the "Bonus pool remaining" so you can farm them until they stop extending the remaining bonus

    Edit: when you're capped at 10 pools it will show the same bonus pool than your required exp for the next level, like this image: http://www.diablowiki.net/images/2/2...ooltip-max.jpg
    Last edited by Aikeelu; 03-24-2014 at 03:25 AM.

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    You probably dont need to get 10 new pools (at lv65) because you'll probably find some while you level. If you are lucky enough, you find enough till Level70 =)

    I'd include the Drowned Temple in this Guide. You have 4 possible spots in the Drowned Temple were Pools can spawn.

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    Originally Posted by Aikeelu View Post
    Edit: when you're capped at 10 pools it will show the same bonus pool than your required exp for the next level, like this image: http://www.diablowiki.net/images/2/2...ooltip-max.jpg
    Thanks, just what I was looking for

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    I had 4.2 Pools and they lasted to 68 or even longer (died before 68 ). I was P 136, I can't believe Blizzard save it flat ^^

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