The D3 unid exploit is still working
There is an exploit that has been going around for the last week or two, which is still working. With it you can get a decent sense of what an unidentified can do and consequently how much it is worth. Until the exploit is fixed, the unid market is pretty much dead. And even when it gets fixed, people still need to clear out their stash of identified unidentified before you can comfortably dive in to the market again.
This unidentified gear exploit is extremely easy to do, but the real work lies in deciphering what the ID-number means. Luckily I will give you some resources, which should shed some light on that.
Exploiting in Diablo 3 can be confusing!
While the exploit can easily be replicated and still works, figuring what the heck it all means, can be challenging. The way to do the Diablo 3 unid exploit is as follows:
- Link the unidentified item in group chat
- Follow the last ] in the item with two special characters, like ää, so it looks like [unid]ää
- The link the item again, so it looks like [unid]ää[unid]
- Set the cursor between the two special characters:
- The press delete three times and you should delete the first bracket of the last linked item and you should get something like this:
A string of numbers…..”great exploit! “, you say.
how to use the item id number from the unid exploit
You use the 10 number string, in this case it is 1905180565, to get a glimpse of what the item does. The primary thing you want to look at, is the number in the ninth position. That is the position for the number of affixes on the item. You subtract two from the number and you have the number of stats the item will have. Here the number is 6, minus 2, equals 4 prefixes/suffixes. This is a level 38 item, so that is not surprising.
At iLvl 63, 62, 61 this is something you can use, since you don’t want anything below 6 stats, if you are playing the unid market. You play that market, when you are willing to take a gamble in the hopes of scoring big. So look for an 8 in the ninth position.
To gain more insight in to what the item does, you can copy the 10-strong number and Google it. That should give you a link to sites like D3plugin.com with the item already found for you. You won’t get the precise stats, but you will get an idea of the stats on the item. Depending on your needs, and your knowledge of how many stats it will roll, you will know whether to go for the item or not.
So that is your guide to using the unid exploit. Don’t expect to get much use out of it, since the unid market has completely dried up, but just knowing that something like this is it out there, puts you in a better position.