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New Diablo III exploit allows invincible hardcore Wizards

Jul 23 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

The latest Diablo III outrage has arrived, this time revolving around a new exploit that allows players to create invincible Wizards in Hardcore Mode. While chumps playing other classes have to worry about losing their characters permanently, ensorceled exploiters are nabbing bundles of loot with no fear. 

The exploit involves casting a set of spells in a certain order. Blizzard's only response thus far has been to censor forum posts instructing others how to do it, though one can expect a hotfix to turn up real soon. 

Something something Real Money Auction House something. 

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