Here's The World's First Level 1000 Diablo III Character

Here's The World's First Level 1000 Diablo III Character

In the olden days, reaching level 99 in Diablo II was a pretty big challenge, but even though it's easier to level up in Diablo III, getting to paragon level 1000 is just insane. But one dedicated guy, Gabynator, did it way before anyone else.

He managed it with his guildmates, who opened up Malthael boss runs for him on the hardest difficulty, so he could just join in, get the XP and get out. Also, they ran rifts on the hardest difficulty as well, which is probably the most efficient way to gain XP right now.

Here's the moment from his stream when he gets to paragon level 1000:

And this is what the rest of the ladder looks like, according to Diabloprogress. These other players are not even close.

Here's The World's First Level 1000 Diablo III Character

And it's not over. Paragon levels in Diablo III are infinite. Since there's no cap, he can just grind further -- although going from 1000 to 1001 will take as much experience points as the first 244 levels combined.

lvl 1000 [Gabynator, Twitch]


Comments

    I simply can't fathom how much of a nolifer this guy is lol

    saying 979 is not even close is a bit rough, i know with the exponential xp curve it is still a fair bit of xp til 1000, but if you get a community behind you to chain things like malth runs back to back (Gaby is a twitch streamer, pretty easy to get your viewers to help you out with this) you can make some pretty solid headway into it relatively quickly

      but it literally isn't even close. Those 21 levels take an insane amount of XP. Yes, it's only 21 paragon levels, but it is trillions of XP difference at a minimum.

    The amount of XP required for this is mind bogglingly huge. Even with T6 rifts/bounties run back to back, you're looking at some obscene number of hours to do this. Not sure if congratulations or commiserations are in order... :/

    Hats off to this person. Now that's true hardcore gaming.

    so someone dedicated enough could get to over 9000?

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