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Diablo 2 Resurrected: What Makes A Good Amulet

In Diablo 2, the Mara’s Kaleidoscope is the best amulet available for many different classes and builds. When it comes to figuring out which amulets are beneficial and which ones are harmful, things are pretty cut and dry. You want an amulet that has any good stats, such as +Skills, All Resist, Life, Mana, Mana Regeneration, and Faster Cast Rate, for the first half of the game, which is Normal and Nightmare.

During this time, you will be playing on Normal and Nightmare difficulties. Once you reach Hell and begin acquiring high-end items, your perception of what constitutes a valuable amulet will begin to shift. At a high level, the best rule of thumb for determining how to tell a good amulet from a bad one is to look at whether or not it has a chance to roll a bonus of +2 to one of the character’s skills. High-level amulets have this chance.

If you find a rare amulet and it does not have +1 Skills or +2 Skills, you can consider it to be worthless and dispose of it accordingly. Although I am aware that there are circumstances in which the rule does not apply, I maintain that this is a sound generalization that can be applied in the vast majority of predicaments. There are, however, a few notable exceptions to this rule, such as the Cat’s Eye and the Crescent Moon amulets.

A Rule of Thumb for Plundering Amulets

– Items that are worth keeping include: (Levels 1 to 50) + Skills, All Resist, Life, Mana, Mana Regeneration, and Faster Cast Rate. At this level range, the most important thing for you to focus on is getting a good stat combination for either Melee or Casters.

– (Levels 51 – 99) (Levels 51 – 99) Throw it away if it does not have + Skills, and if it does, examine its other stats to determine whether or not they are advantageous to the class that the + Skills belong to.

You will find a list of a wide variety of builds and classes, along with the types of amulets that are beneficial to those builds and classes, below. It’s possible that you’ve noticed a common thread running through all of the items: casters typically want a faster cast rate in addition to a bonus of +2 to their skills, and melee want an increase in attack speed in addition to a bonus of +2 to their skills.

Keeping this theme in mind will make it much simpler for you to decide which items are worthy of being kept and which ones should be returned to the vendor.

Sorceress

Req: + 2 Sorceress Skills (Or +2 Fire, Lightning, Cold Skills)

Req: + 10 Faster Cast Rate

Rec: Life, Mana, Life Replenish, All Resistance, Single Resistance (Fire or Lightning), Max Life, Damage goes to Mana

Life Leech and Mana Leech are useless for a Sorceress since they only work on physical attacks.

Necromancer

Req: + 2 Sorceress Skills (Or +2 Fire, Lightning, Cold Skills)

Req: + 10 Faster Cast Rate

Rec: Life, Mana, Life Replenish, All Resistance, Single Resistance (Fire or Lightning), Max Life, Damage goes to Mana

Life Leech and Mana Leech are useless for a Sorceress since they only work on physical attacks.

Marco Polo
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