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So I brought the game last week just before the special expired, and started grinding though the campaign. I finished the Reaper of Souls campaign and started Adventure Mode as Master difficulty, leveled to level 70 and increased the difficulty to Torment.

 

My question is: What now?

Apparently I can farm (grind) for gear, according to the ladder rankings, the Firebird's Finery set (unique_helm_set_06_x1_demonhunter_male.pFirebird's Plume) and Ring of Royal Grandeur (Reduces Set Bonus requirement by 1). But I have no idea where to farm these.

 

Is there anything else I can do at End Game in Diablo 3?

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You can get the Ring of Royal Grandeur from completing the Act I bounties all over again. The ring has a chance to be contained in the Horadric Cache you get after doing all 5 bounties.

For your set, pieces can drop from ritfs or you can get them from Kadala, if you are lucky.

Anyway, believe me when I say that I completely understand you. I was totally lost as well when I started gearing up my Barbarian. So, we'll release guides to tell people how to farm gear when they reach level 70.

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Once you get enough gear, try bumping the difficulty up to Torment 1. From T1 and above, you can get Greater Keystones of Trials from normal Nephalem Rifts. The Greater key will allow you to take a trial that will give you another key of appropriate level to do Greater Rifts. In Greater Rifts, no loot drops and it is timed. Completing the rift will get you a good chance at legendaries and the opportunity to upgrade your rift keystone to a higher difficulty or to upgrade legendary gems, which also drop from Greater Rift bosses. Rinse and repeat with normal rifts, greater rifts, and bounties and you'll be geared in no time!

 

There are also treasure goblins who can open portals to Greed. These portals can only be found in bounties or out in the world and they're awesome!

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In my experience you get more legendaries and faster experience from T1-6 normal rifts than from equivalent difficulty greater rifts. But once you get to GR30+ then you're at a much higher difficulty and definitely get more exp and legends.

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