But my ability to regulate the amount of items

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But my ability to D2R Items regulate the amount of items I have as well as when I used the features was smaller in previous versions. Sure. It is possible to use the sword to create your own Iron Golem, and that is one thing, but the Book of the Dead is the new feature. All of the characters from Diablo 4 have [a] feature that's unique to just that class--and the Necromancer is the only one with the Book of the Dead where you're able to choose, "Oh, I can have Skeleton Warriors. What skeleton soldiers do I want? Do I want them to be aggressive? Defensive? Do I really want one to make corpses that I can use as raw materials?" and then "Oh you could have magic mages. Okay, what mages do I wish to use? Oh, and if I have golem, what golem will I choose to use?" Also, you are able to mix and match your warriors. Your mages and golfer to create and customize the army that you have with you. And you've never really had the same experience before. And that's what really is one of the aspects make the Necro very unique and intriguing. Do you have a chance to elaborate on the player's choice a bit? You talked about customization, but if you think about it more broadly this seems to be one of the fundamental design principles of Diablo 4. The butterfly effect in that? Shely said: It's. Yeah. It's true. all the different aspects of the game. So when you're creating your character, you're given an enviable amount of choice. It's possible to think that your selection of a class is the equivalent of a job, instead of an occupation, and not being a characteristic of character identification. We still have very strong classes which include the Necromancer is a wonderful illustration of this, but the Necromancer can be anybody you like, and anyone that you can imagine could be the Necromancer. This notion of player choice pervades the vast world of the game and is also a part of the game's open-world. You're able to buy diablo 2 resurrected items travel anyplace in the world, and make choices on what you'd like to do.