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  • D2R Ladder Season 3: Best Loot Drop Highlights During My 200 Chaos Runs

    Mar 10, 2023

    I was finally able to make an Infinity for my Sorceress and switch from the Blizzard over to Nova, which I was pretty happy about. Before writing this article, I have did a 200 Chaos Runs and the following I will introduce are some of the drops that I think are great.

    The runs were done with my level 91 Nova Sorceress, that has roughly 300 Magic Find depending on what I was wearing. Let's get right into it.

    • Kicking things off on run number one, we start with a plus three Eschuta's Temper Eldritch Orb.
    • 18 runs deep, we find another Raven Frost Ring.
    • On run number 21, we find a 40% pair of Chance Guards Chain Gloves. This is the second one that we found with perfect Magic Find.
    • On run number 23, we find a pretty rare Druid helmet that you don't see that often. It is Ravenlore Sky Spirit.
    • The very next run (run#24), we found an Ethereal Colossus Voulge. You can take this to lars that can get four sockets.
    • On run number 36, we get our first decent rune drop, which is Ist Rune.
    • On run number 59, we find a halfway decent melee Grand Charm (Sharp Grand Charm Of Sustenance) that I think I'm going to transfer over to my Berserk Barbarian Find Item.
    • On run number 68, we find Gheed's Fortune Grand Charm with 33% to Magic Find.
    • On the very next run (run#69), we find the pretty sweet 220 Paladin Coronet, which is called Skull Mask Coronet. It has a lot of strength and some resistance.
    • On run number 72, we found a Skin of the Vipermagi with 33 all-res.

    • On the next run (run#73), we get a pair of Sandstorm Trek Scarabshell Boots.
    • On run number 81, we find the Arm of King Leoric Tomb Wand.
    • On run number 84, we find a pair of Gore Rider War Boots finally, but they're Ethereal of course.
    • On run number 93, we find an Ethereal Great Poleaxe, so we go to socket it and we come out with three, unfortunately.
    • On run 106, we find the one to Shadow Disciplines Grand Charm, which is called Mentalist's Grand Charm.
    • Ten runs later (run#116), we find a one-two offensive auras Grand Charm, which is called Captains Grand Charm of Strength.
    • On run number 117, we find The Gladiators Bane Wire Fleece with a perfect 200 percent enhanced defense.
    • On run 118, we find that unique Phase Blade turns out Lightsabre (Lightsabre Phase Blade).

    • On the very next run (run#119), we found a four open sockets plus three Grand Matron Bow, which is perfect for faith.
    • On run 163, we find a drop called Lem Rune.
    • On run 169, we find a Necromancer Summoning Spell Grand Charm, which is called Graverobber's Grand Charm's Of Strength.
    • On run number 173, we find a seven percent Magic Find small charm (Small Charm Of Good Luck) definitely trying to find as many of these as I can.
    • On run number 175, we find the melee Druid helmet Wolfhowl Fury Visor. In the same run, we find a unique facet (Rainbow Facet Jewel), which turns out 3 to 4 poison.
    • On run 179, we find a plus one to traps Grand Charm (Entrapping Grand Charm).
    • Our best drop comes on run 184, it is Ohm Rune.

    • On run 187, we find a plus three to warmth, which is called Ormus' Robes Dusk Shroud.
    • On run 188, we find our second Viper (Skin of the Vipermagi) and it turns out 29 required level this time.
    • On the very next run (run#189), we find a pretty nice Jewel called Scintillating Jewel Of Daring with 15 to all resistances and 8 to dexterity.
    • Our last notable drop of the session comes on run 195. It is Ruby Jewel Of Truth with seven faster hit recovery and 30 fire res.

    Above are loot highlights during my 200 Chaos Runs. Of course, these D2R Ladder Items can only be obtained by doing your Chaos Runs hard. If you think this is too time-consuming and labor-intensive, you can get some directly from us.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: Blizzard Sorceress Is The Best Sorceress Build

    Mar 04, 2023

    In Diablo 2 Resurrected, the Sorceress class is one of the best ladder beginners. She is also one of the most well-rounded classes in the game due to her versatility and high speed. However, if you want to take her level up, you'll really need a build that fits the class. For this, we have prepared this guide for you, hoping to provide you with some help.

    Next, I'll introduce you to the best build for the Sorceress class in Diablo 2, the Blizzard Sorceress. Therefore, in this guide, you can learn about various aspects of this build, such as its Skills, attributes, Sunder Charm settings, build variants, etc.

    Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Sorceress Class


    In fact, when compared with many classes in Diablo 2, Sorceress is very similar to them, because it not only has advantages but also disadvantages. The reason why this class can stand out among so many classes is that you don't need to spend too much item investment or time on it to make her powerful. The play style of Sorceress is fast-paced, and its end-game potential is huge.


    The main disadvantage of Sorceress is that it has an obvious learning curb and its viability. However, you don't need to worry too much about this. Because if you develop your Blizzard Sorceress build as directed below, and learn ways to manage the weaknesses of this class, you'll be able to use this class no matter what battle you're in.

    Blizzard Sorceress, Best Sorceress Build

    We choose a few builds for Blizzard Sorceress, including Sunder Charms. One of the things this build does is allow you to lower the resistance of enemies to your damage types. Also, this build gives you a bit of an increase in cold resistance, as well as an increase in your damage. The most important point is that it can provide you with extra defense ability so that you can survive the battle longer.

    In order to take full advantage of Blizzard builds and items that plug in each ger piece to maximize their potential, we've broken down all the gear you'll need to equip. If you want to get the gear, you can use D2R Ladder Items. Next, I will continue to introduce you to the skills you can use. These skills can not only help you eliminate enemies, but also reduce the influence of some of the Sorceress's weaknesses and increase her basic attributes.

    Blizzards Sorceress Gear and Sockets are broken down according to item slots, main items and slotted items:

    • Weapon- The Oculus-Rainbow Facet Jewel
    • Weapon Swap- Call To Arms- Amn Rune, Ral Rune, Mal Rune, Ist Rune, Ohm Rune
    • Shield- Spirit Monarch- Amn Rune, Ort Rune, Thul Rune, Tal Rune
    • Body Armor- Skin of the Vipermagi- Rainbow Facet Jewel
    • Helm- Harlequin Crest- Rainbow Facet Jewel
    • Gloves- Chance Guards- N/A
    • Boots- War Traveler- N/A
    • Belt- Goldwrap- N/A
    • Ring 1- Beast Turn Ring- N/A
    • Ring 2- Fortuitous Ring of Fortune- N/A
    • Amulet- Mara's Kaleidoscope- N/A
    • Charm 1- Annihilus- N/A
    • Charm 2- Shimmering small charm of balance- N/A
    • Charm 3- Shimmering small charm of vita- N/A
    • Charm 4- Shimmering small charm of good luck- N/A

    Blizzards Sorceress Skills

    The Use Of A Mercenary Is Also Helpful For Sorceress Build

    Using Mercenary is very important to you if you want your build to be successful overall. The Mercenary itself acts as a tank on the front line and provides a critical Aura. Additionally, Mercenary will also be able to inflict Physical Damage on enemies that are immune to your Skillset, killing them. Here, I recommend you hire Act 2 Desert Mercenary from Greiz to use in your Blizzard Sorceress build.

    For enemies that are immune to your primary source of damage, you can use a Desert Mercenary with Might Aura if you want to deal with them. For a significant increase in damage, you can also equip him with Infinity, which reduces Defense and Resistance of enemies.

    Here, one thing you need to pay attention to is that Mercenary himself is very difficult to survive until you equip Mercenary with the minimum equipment. So, you can give him Healing Potions. There are two ways for you to use it here, one where you drag Healing Potions onto the portrait, and the other where you use shift + 1/2/3/4 to give him the Healing Potions directly from your Belt. If you also give him Antidote Potions and Thawing Potions, he also gets Resistance bonuses.

    In battle, if your Mercenary dies, you don't have to worry too much about this, as you can talk to any of the Mercenary NPCs in each Act to bring your Mercenary back to life. However, each time you do this, you increase the cost, and 50,000 Gold is the cap. So keep this in mind when you want to use a Mercenary to help you.

    In my opinion, the best build of Diablo 2 Resurrected is Blizzard Sorceress. However, if you want to try to master a more difficult build or are trying to find something new, you can try other builds.

    The above is our guide on how to build the best Blizzard Sorceress in D2R Ladder Season 3, which includes the advantages and disadvantages of Sorceress, the skills of Blizzard Sorceress, gears you need, a Mercenary you can choose, and more.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: Easier Ways To Craft Godly Amulets

    Mar 01, 2023

    Since the beginning of time, as long as I can remember, anyway, the adage was you needed to be level 93. Go gamble amulets from whoever probably give and then start crafting your casting outlets. That way every single amulet could get two to a character skill and hopefully be incredibly Godly and incredibly valuable.

    Now, after the creation of Terror Zones, that is not truly the case you can actually make. These incredibly Godly are worth many high D2R Ladder Runes. Caster Amulets are at a lower level than you ever could before.

    To fully explain how you can actually craft these two skills. Caster Amulets earlier than you could. Before I need to explain exactly why you had to do it at the level you did before and why we did it the way that we did now. I’m going to go quick while also trying to explain it as fully as possible because I know math can be a little boring if your eyes glaze over.

    How high of an item level do these amulets really need to get to the skills? Any amulet to get two to a character skill on it has to be at least item level 90. But why do we always gamble amulets at level 93 in order to craft Caster Hamlets?

    Now, if you look at the formula, the final item level of the Caster Amulet that you craft is equal to your character level divided by two. Plus, the item level the amulet divided by two. But when you’re magic finding around in the game, you’re never gonna know exactly for sure, unless you go look up every single monster in the game and stuff like that or what item level that aim is going to be.

    *But there is an easy way to really know exactly what the AMOLED is going to be pretty much within a range anyway and that is gambling it. If you gamble the amulets, they will always be within a range of or levels higher than your character’s level and five levels lower than your character’s level. So, if you are level 93 in the worst-case scenario, 93 minus 5 comes out to 88. That’s the lowest possible item level for that amulet.

    When we look at this formula, take the 93 divided by 2, which will come out to 46 and a half. You always round the decimals down. 46 plus the level 88, which the amulet at worst case could be divided by 2, which comes out to 44. Now, that will end up being item level 90. So, even in the worst-case scenario, each amulet will be level 90 or they could be even higher, all having the chance to get two to a character skill. That’s why you always gamble the amulets at level 93 before.

    *But, now, there’s even an easier way to get amulets of a guaranteed item level and you can craft at an even lower level than you could before because of this and that is hop out and look at the Terror Zones.

    First, I have a level 91 Sorceress, and the terrorized zone is level 93. The terrorized zone is always two levels higher than you up to level 96. So, we’ll know that every single amulet that drops off. Even regular white monsters will be at least level 93 and it’s very consistent.

    And my level 91 Sorceress are getting amulets that are level 93 and let's see what item level these will come out to and if they can get two to character skills.

    We’ll pull up that formula level 91. It’ll end up coming out to 45 and a half when it’s divided by two. Take that number off, so we got 45 for the first part, which is the character level of your character.

    Now, let’s see the item level. The amulet is 93. That’ll come out to 46 and a half and, of course, you need to round it down. So, 46 easy enough that’ll come out to level 91 and boom, every single one that we craft will be the same level because it doesn’t roll within a range like when you gamble, they’ll be Bam every single one level 91. They will all have the chance to get that Caster Amulet with two skills.

    As you notice for this level 91 Sorceress that I have, it ended up rounding everything down and the numbers are actually equal to as if this was a level 90 Sorceress. So, even if you’re one level lower, the terrorism will be level 92. You’ll be level 90. The calculation ends up with the same number. The crafted Caster Amulet will be level 91, all getting two to a character skill.

    There’s more if your character is level 94. The terrorism will be two levels higher than you and that will be 96 and actually the standard white monsters. Even if it’s a level 99 Terror Zone, they are capped at level 96. So, from level 94 and up, all the amulets that drop will be level 96.

    Again, use that for the calculation if you’re grabbing amulets from a Terror Zone created by a character higher than your level. Let’s start off this calculation right here. We’ve got 96. You just divide it by two. You have 48 that gives us a little more room to work with. If our character is even lower, we could craft it and when the calculation is done, you could still come out to high enough levels.

    Let’s take a level 84 character grabbing amulets from a level 96 Terror Zone. So, level 84 divided by 2 comes out to 42. 42 plus 48 comes out to level 90. So, even at level 84, if you grab the amulets from a level 96 Terror Zone, every single emulator craft could get two to a character skill and even roll with more Godly stats, like the 20 faster cast rate, all res magic find a bunch of other stuff.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: How I Geared Up In Only One Week?

    Feb 28, 2023

    How I got my gear in D2R Ladder Season 3? In this article, I want to show you the ways I’ve gotten my gear through trading and finding gear.

    I got my first Crystal Sword by doing normal cows before I had any decent gear and then I continued doing Countess and I used the Laser quest to get my first Spirit. This is the first decent item that I’ve gotten and this is basically after Normal Difficulty. Then, off Acara after, I did one of the quests I didn’t even realize that, but I got this nice faster cast ring (Chaos Hold Ring) with cold resist and lighting resist. Then I got Nightmare Forge.

    I find an Amn Rune and this is what I used to trade for a regular Spirit Monarch, which I use a Laser quest to socket and make my Spirit Shields. So, I got my two Spirits.

    Now, we are on to the more of the trading side. The Skin of the Vipermagi is my next upgrade, and I got this through the 100 Countess runs I did. Also, I traded a bunch of keys (such as Keys of Terror) in the previous runs because they’re valuable early on as well as the Lidless Wall Grim Shield, which I really didn’t need because I had the Spirit.

    With a combination of keys and the Lidless, I mainly use D2JSP to convert it to form gold and then I use that forum gold to purchase an Unidentified Vipermagi, which ended up being 30 resistance. So, by the end of a Nightmare early Hell, I was level 80.

    These are the gear I had. The main ones are the faster cast ring (Chaos Hold Ring), two spirits, the ViperMagi and then everything else was just for resistances or whatever I found. Then, I got a terrible lightning Sunder Charm.

    Harlequin Crest Shako is my next one so early on and I think it was a level like seven or eight. I found a unique ring called Nagelring, and it ended up being nasal, so I saved it for a few days on the ladder. And people gave me some decent value for it as well as that second Guardian Angel. I was on the way to campus with those. Plus, the Maroon was enough value to get me my Shako.

    Next on the list was the Arachnid Mesh. This is the one that I got lucky with. I think it was maybe 30 pit runs in chairman. I know it’s not worth high D2R Ladder Items. It was enough early on to get me enough to get the Stone of Jordan.

    Now, this is basically an even swap, but the two to Phoenix Strike and Greater Talons were about equal to an SOJ value. So, those kinds of evened out.

    On my way to the Countess, I had a Geez already from Arcane Sanctuary, but this one was 139.36. I needed some faster cast and good thing. I got Trang-Oul’s Claws. Then after I had the 117 break point later on in pits, I found or in the pit, I found 31 Transguards, which I’m currently using now and then finally the big-ticket item was worth about a Jah Rune. Hellfire Torch Large Charm is a combination of a lot of different items again that I could sell on DPS JSP.

    In the last few days, a four 194 Thunderstroke went for about I would say twists and then a lot of the keys are traded, as well. So, I got a few double drops on the Keys of Hate and I found an instrument. In addition, I found a bunch of Perfect Amethysts.

    I will not go over every item that I did trade, but it was a combination of bases, such as Flails, Monarchs, Perfect Gems, round runes, Mal Runes, a Spirit Pack, Hel Runes and so on. All these things kind of added up, and I was able to eventually get enough. I think it was approximately 10 or so Ist Value and then I ended.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: How To Get Rich Fast Solo?

    Feb 22, 2023

    In this article, I’ll show you how to get rich in D2R Ladder Season 3 and this is my preferred method. And I’ll tell you how I collect High Runes and get a lot of wealth solo.

    Now, there are many ways to get rich in this game by farming Terror Zones. The first thing I do with a new season is to make a Blizzard Sorceress and then I farm Hell Mephisto. The reason I farm Hell Mephisto so much is that he’s an act boss that is very easy to get to and quick to kill.

    Mephisto helps me save a lot of time and he basically drops almost every superb unique item and set items in the game that you need, such as Shako and many other Bul-Kathos’ Wedding Band Rings, basically any unique item that you would need for your build. You cannot get those really high-end items, such as Griffins or something like that from Mephisto.

    I just farm Mephisto over and over at the very beginning to really get my gear up and get some good D2R Ladder Items. And then what I do is to farm for Keys. After that, I farm Nihlathak, collect a bunch of keys and I trade the Keys of Destruction for the Terror Keys and Keys of Hate (1 Key of Destruction= 2 Hate/Terror Keys).

    I do not farm The Countess, and I do not farm The Summoner. That’s usually because I can get two keys at least for a Destruction Key and this just makes the process a lot faster.

    Once I really get some keys going and get some good D2R Ladder Items from Mephisto, then I make a Smiter Paladin. I level him up and then once I get the keys, I start to do Über Tristram.

    Über Tristram is where you’re going to find most of your wealth when building your characters in the new ladder reset season. This is because the Hellfire Torches are in outrageous demand. Every single character needs a Hellfire Torch. What I do is to keep farming this repeatedly. I just do my Mephisto runs and I kill Nihlathak and I do Über Tristram.

    Now, what I do with the Hellfire Torches is to identify all of them. I do not keep any unidentified and sell them. Usually, what I do is to keep doing these runs repeatedly until I get Sorceress Torches and Paladin Torches and these are the two torches that are really going to get you some really nice high D2R Ladder Runes.

    Killing Mephisto is very easy and you just get a ton of unique items and set items and you really just get a lot of wealth quickly where if you’re doing something like Terror Zones or something like that.

    When you’re killing Mephisto, it’s random and based more on luck. It’s almost every time you kill him, you’re going to get a unique, or a set item if you have some decent Magic Find also this manipulates the laws of the random number generator in the game.

    So, when playing, obviously the itemizations and the loot that you get from the game are very random. When you’re farming Nihlathak over and over, he’s always eventually going to drop a Destruction Key, for example. It’s not like he always has a chance to drop a Jah Rune, so this basically just gives you a way to manipulate that system in Diablo 2.

    Another thing that I do is to find all the extra items along my journey of killing Mephisto and Nihlathak and basically, I trade everything for keys. I might trade for D2R Ladder Runes if I need them.

    However, the focus here is trying to get as many keys as possible, because eventually all these keys are going to lead you to getting a Sorceress Torch or a Paladin Torch, which in exchange, you’re getting high D2R Ladder Runes for all the items that I get from a Fisto.

    I can eventually use and keep and use those items to create my Smiter Paladin and you can do this very cheap. You don’t need any crazy gear. This also manipulates the trading system to some extent. You’re not spending as much time trying to negotiate with people to find someone that needs an item that you found. This is because every single build needs a Hellfire Torch.

    So, the system is is really well designed here to just make everything much smoother and straightforward when getting your wealth. Basically, I just farm helmet Fisto and then once I get the Hellfire Torches, I trade those for high D2R Ladder Runes I need.

    This is just the best way in my opinion to get rich in D2R Ladder Season 3.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: Five Builds I Would Not Recommend You To Start With

    Feb 20, 2023

    D2R Ladder Season 3 is now officially released and everyone knows what you should start with. But I’m not here to talk about any of that. Instead, here are the five builds that you should absolutely not choose as your first character into the realms of a new season. Keep in mind that this is my opinion based on my personal experience, so it may differ from what others suggest.

    All Necros are a brilliant choice. One of the most powerful builds in the entire game is an absolute savage of a monster and player killer. Everyone should carefully deal with this build. What you should start with is a Fury Droid that is wearing full IK set.


    So, my first on my list of builds that you don’t want to start with is the Barbarian unless, of course, you can correct the game’s code and somehow guarantee yourself a long run drop early on.

    I would absolutely advise against starting season 3 as a Barb. You see all those powerful Find item builds that excel at solo farming Travincal Pindleskin or The Pit. But until you get your green, which requires you to have D2R Ladder Items to make it. You will only have a fraction of a bill’s efficiency and it can become frustrating.

    And as for Whip, it you also need Enigma to be efficient. So, when you can actually afford your Grief and Enigma, it becomes pound or pound to the best solo farming character in the entire game. But until then, you won’t enjoy playing it as much. With that said, the Barb as a starting character is a no for me.


    Next, on my list is the Physical Bowazon. Although I might just go for it myself to spice things up, that is not something that I would recommend to start with if you want to be efficient about it.

    Even though we got some new toys to play with in the form of Hustle Runeword and some bug fixes, like the Attack Rating on Strafe, it still doesn’t change the fact that you need a lot of expensive gear pieces to make rebuild work.

    So, unless you are fine with the struggles of getting all of that expensive gear and want to sort of challenge yourself, I would stay away from starting as a Physical Bowazon. Instead, you can choose a much cheaper and effective alternative and roll called with your Freezing Arrow Bowazon. With it, you can start farming where the Stony Tombs with just your play through gear on day one.


    The third build that made it on my list is the Bone Necromancer. You have a date with death. The nature of its damage being Magic and is being only a handful of magic immune. Creatures in the game make him a great playthrough character, but that’s about it.

    He’s terrible at boss farming and below average at farming Elite/Champion Packs. One thing here in excels at is PVP, that’s the Spirit but for that, you also need a lot of gear and there are many builds that will get you that gear much faster.

    Additionally, I hope at the new Metamorphosis reward won’t make you start a druid as your first character. So, it begins. I would advise again starting with any melee character if you want to be as efficient as possible.


    In fact, starting with any Druid is also a no for me. Let’s face a little of facts here. If you just want to set things on fire, there are safer and mobile options to do, such as the Fire Ball Hydra Sorceress, which also has teleport or a Wake of Fire Assassin, which now has its minus RS from gear.


    Now, let’s go off a bit with a Frost Nova Sorceress since that is my fifth build that I don’t recommend you start your D2R Ladder Season 3 journey.

    This was perhaps my mostly played character in season 2, but what I was mainly doing with it is farming The Stony Tomb with all the squishy maps on players 1. And even on players 1, it’s still difficult to be effective at farming something like cows or Chaos Sanctuary. You had to sacrifice quite some Magic Find percentages in favor of clear speed.

    Now, with a nerfed Cold Mastery that comes with Patch 2.6, while they obviously aim to reduce the amount of Blizzard Sorceress. It also basically kills the Frost Nova, anyway.

    These are five characters that I don’t recommend you to start.

  • Diablo II Resurrected Ladder: What's My Plan For Season 3?

    Feb 18, 2023

    I haven't played D2R in a few months, but I'm excited to play season three on February 16th. For the past couple of weeks, I've been thinking about what I want to achieve this season. So, below I'll expain what my plan is.

    Back in D2R Ladder Season 1, I decided to start with a Frenzy Barbarian, which I eventually respect to Berserk Find item, Horker Barb. This is the best build for triathlon thing I've ever played. I did over a thousand travels by the end of the season and some of my best items included a perfect marriage, a Jawbone Visor, a Baron and a imposter Jmod. I was also able to gamble over 1 000 circlets, one of which turned out to be ridiculously good .

    Necro Coronet, which I was able to trade it for multiple BER Runes. However, before I eventually traded, I made a Corpse Explosion ( a Necromancer skill), which is great for farming Runewords. Finally, I capped off season one.

    D2R Ladder Season 2 introduced Sunder Charms, so I decided to go back to my roots and make a Frozen Orb Sorceress again. It was very forming different areas. And the Terror Zones added a nice break from the hundreds of Mephisto runs I was doing. So many people made Blizzard Sorceress, which drove the prices of Cold Sorceress up. And I think actually for the first time in Diablo 2 history, Paladin Combat and Lightning Skillers are actually cheaper than Cold Skillers because of this change.

    However, in D2R Ladder Season 3, Cold Mastery is now applied at one-fifth of the effectiveness after immunity is broken, so the price is probably going to come back to kind of what they were. And I think Sunder Charms are actually going to be a little bit more because there was some drop glitch where everyone was.

    I don't exactly know how it was happening, but there was more in the economy than there should have been. Even so, I will be attempting to make a Lightning Sorceress in D2R Ladder Season 3. All 20 years of playing Diablo, I've actually never made a lightning source as Frozen Orb was usually in my my go-to.

    I think this is just because the lightning gear was so much more expensive and I never played enough to actually get it before the end of the season. But that's the plan this time. So, before I play on the 16th, I'm gonna clear out all my mules to start. I usually like to accumulate D2R Ladder Items, unique gems and then trade them in bulk to improve my gear. So, I'll probably delete those and then create new ones for season two or for season three.

    Once season three arrives, I'll play solo as usual and make my way to Hell, putting all points into lightning and its synergies. And I also put one point into static for the bosses and teleport of course. However, I'm not going to get Energy Shield and just make a Pure Life build instead, so resistance has become that much more important.

    Once I reach Hell, I will farm campus to try and get my Spirit Runewords for the plus skills in Fcr, which is kind of difficult on the Frozen Orb Sorceress because I believe she's cold immune. This should be more fun.

    And then, I'll trade any extra D2R Ladder Runes for a Spirit Packs and Key of Terror in hopes of trading up for maybe a Skin of the Vipermagi. If I don't find one or eventually Shako and things like that, I could also do Arcane Summoner runs, which would be really fun. I will kill all the Specters on my way, which actually have a higher potential D2R Ladder Runes drop chance. This was viable with my Cold Sorceress but the way lightning is cast in a straight line, it fits perfectly with the Arcane Sanctuary map layout and then depending on my lock.

    I'll continue trading any runes and high value items. I don't need to eventually get hot endgame gear, such as Torch, Anni and a Griffon's Eye. As I mentioned, I never had enough high end gear like a Griffon's Eye before, so this should be a good challenge for me for this season and that's basically how I want to plan out my my D2R Ladder season 3 to start.

  • Diablo II: Resurrected Ladder Season Three - 6 Tips

    Feb 17, 2023

    Tip 1: Getting Items

    To get common items from NPCs, you can use D2R Ladder Runes to get two sock helmets and armor from Charcy, two sock staffs from Acara, and three sock shields from Farahim.

    In Act 2, these bases will be used for starter Rune Words, which I will go over later in the video,and once you're stuck in a Nightmare, you can get Geed and Charcyin. Act 1 for some resistance gear prioritize Lightning Fire and Cold.

    Nightmare Dragon in Act 2 sells Teleport Staffs Life Tap Wands and Lower Res Wands. I highly recommend getting a Teleport Staff, unless you're a Sorceress of course getting a Life Tap one is a necessity.

    If you're planning on doing Ubers early on and Lower Res Wands one is great for any Elemental build, it's pretty popular for Assassins after you. Save anything in hell you can get magic find Boots and Gloves, 320 Bow Gloves, 320 Javazon Gloves and 320 Martial Arts Gloves.

    Tip 2: Rune Words

    Early to mid game Rune Words. These are basically your best friend at the start of any Ladder and should be easy enough to get. You'll want to target Farm the count to for Rune Words and normal Nightmare on players one difficulty. It's fairly easy.

    I'd suggests Farming Normal Counts as for a Stealth Armor Leaf is also a splendid choice for any Fire Build. Preferably Firework Fire Druid or even a Fire Trap Assassins. If you're a Melee character, using Steel or Malice are great options until you find something better.

    A lot of players in normal like to Farm Countess from Level 6 to 15, or until they find all Rune Words that they're looking for, you'll receive Brow or Tal after you save Barbs.

    In Act 5, make Rune Words agents pledge a good level to Farm Nightmare Count. This is Level 26, and you can stay here until around Level 45 if you desire. I'd suggest making more for all Caster. Of course you can collect Rune Words for a Spirit Sword and Shield.

    Season 3 Helmet Rune Words to cover specific resistances if you find a Co-roon you could also make hustle in a Weapon or an Armor Rhymes and Smoke Area.

    Tip 3: Leveling

    So great options tip number three leveling for most players.

    Getting power leveled and Hell chaos with your Grush characters won't be an option, so let's just talk about basic leveling for online play. After you save Deckard Kane, you should be around Level 6 and not start making public Tristram runs.

    An example of this would create Tristram-1 kill Rockinichu as a party of a enter Tristram and kill all Elite Packs rinse and repeat until level.

    From Level 15 to 20, you can run Rush at Tomb runs in Act 2, which basically clears everything except for the main Tomb, where Beetle tombs are the best rinse and repeat. You need to be level 20 in Act 4, which will give you Level 21 after completing kill normal Bale, and then do Public Bull games.

    From Level 21 to 25, make sure you pick up a Plain White Crystal Sword or Broad Sword and put it in your stash. Using your Socket quests on this will give you four Sockets as long as you found it in Cal Level, this will be very useful.

    When you find Runes to make your first Spirit Sword from Level 25 to 40, I'd suggest doing public normal Bell Runs. Hopefully, you have a Telework. You can only use Nightmare Ancients Zoom if you reach level 40, and it can only use Nightmare Bell between levels 41 and 70.

    Being Level 70 can really set you up for a smooth ride through hell difficulty.

    Tip 4: Character's Strengths

    If you're pushing to Level 99, player 8 Chaos Bale and Terror Zone Runs would be the way to go tip number four efficiency. You should play to your character's strengths.

    For example, if you started a Lightning Fury Javazon and your plan was to Farm Hell Mephisto with her that's a poor plan, maybe Blizzard Sorceress is the character for you.

    Instead, she has crazy fast Mobility from Teleport and she can mote trick Mephisto safely as shown on screen instead of taking the Javasan into Hell Cows. She absolutely shreds in high-density areas. Hell Cows are one of the best areas to Target Farm High rooms.

    If you get bored in Cows, you could also target Farm Elder Shank and Pendle their super unique items that are fairly easy to get to without Teleport, and if you have a fair enough of Magic Vine, they can be rewarding comment on.

    Below with your character build, and I'll be glad to give you some suggestions on where you should Farm if you ever struggle in Hell difficulty.

    I'd suggests going back into Nightmare and start Farming Nightmare Cows, it's a great place to start Farming Skiller Sand. You could find a lot of small Charms, large Charms, or grand Charms that will cover much needed resistance for Hell.

    Tip 5: Trading

    Trading can be extremely time consuming in Diablo 2 unless you use outside trading platform. Trust me joining random trade games to scavenge through everyone's junk isn't the way an alternative would create a public game while you enjoy fun.

    For example, Vex Rune 4 Shaco-1 this weight can be more efficient with trades while you Farm, and if no one ever shows up, who knows maybe you'll get lucky enough to find the item that your want.

    Tip 6: Armor Scam

    Unfortunately, there's a scam in every game, and Diablo 2 is no different.

    Let's say a player joins your Vex for Shaco game and wants to trade, or does he he puts a Shaco in the trading window for your VexRune and accepts the trade, but he intentionally doesn't have room in his inventory for the trade to go through.

    He says something like "oops, sorry, let me go make room", while he runs to his stash well, he's probably doing Old Switcher and that Shaco is now a Green Cap with just an Emerald in it.This is also a popular scam with Taurash's Armor.

    Can you spot the difference well? One is indeed Tal Rasha's Armor, but the other is just a Rattle Cage. Make sure you always double check the items before you turn that check mark green.

    Diablo II: Resurrected Ladder Season Three is just around the corner. This RPG game loved by players has also made some changes in this new season, introducing new Rune Words and more D2R Ladder Items, so that you can reach Level 99 faster and increase your gaming experience. You can come prepared, learn about the beginner's guide, and join on time.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3: My Top 7 Ladder Start Builds

    Feb 10, 2023

    Now, D2R Ladder Season 3 start is right around the corner. You might asy you haven't decided what character to use yet. Do not be afraid. Bbecause today I'm bringing you my list of my favorite ladder starting builds.

    Before we jump into this, I want to let everybody know what this list is not. This is not necessarily the most Godly End Game build in all of Diablo 2 Resurrected. This is also not a full list of all the ladder start characters that work really good. These skills aren't necessarily going to be the ones that you use through normal or even in Nightmare.

    1. Nova Sorceress

    First up we're jumping into the one that I'm actually starting season 3 ladder with and that is going to be the Nova Sorceress. The reason this one is so good is because Nova does not have that many synergies. All you have is Static Field and then you pump points into Lightning Mastery and that's a total of 60 points. And you can completely max out the damage on Nova with the extra points on that a lot of times including myself.

    I would recommend this go into Energy Shield. it makes your build almost impossible to die. If you have the right gear, this build also varying from a lot of other builds in the game. You don't go Max Vitality going down the path of the actual lore of a Sorceress. You actually pump all your points into energy. So, with those points into the Nova and its synergies, you got your Energy Shield. And obviously your one point wonders your Warmth, your Teleport, Telekinesis and things like that. This character is ready to go.

    This works great even with budget gear. But once you even get some of the basics, once you get your Magefists or once you get your Vipermagi (maybe a Shako), this character really rocks and actually on the glove side, the actual best in slot is an item you can find in normal Frostburns, because they actually have 40 percent to your Mana.

    2. Lightning Fury Javazon

    Next up, for one of my favorite ladder starters and I'm going with the Javazon. This isn't a jack of all trades. This is actually good at one specific thing and it's so crazy at it. I had to put her on here. The Lightning Fury Javazon is Bar None, the absolute best cow farmer.

    You can take this build out in cows absolutely naked at like level 60 and just lay waste to all that beef. And what can you actually get out in college with this build? Cows are specifically known for getting a ton of Runeword Base, which are incredibly high demand at the beginning of ladder.

    On top of that, cows are a great place to find high D2R Ladder Runes due to the massive density out there and actually each individual cow has a higher Rune drop rate than a regular monster.

    Now, this build absolutely shines early on but once you get a bunch of the Godly End Game Gear, this character is not to be messed with. It really does end up being one of the most powerful builds in the entire game.

    3. Blizzard Sorcerer

    Now, the next ladder starter here I'm going with is actually one that just got a huge nerf. Actually in the new patch 2.6, the Blizzard Sorcerer's got a nerf, the way it's Cold Mastery works while having a Thunder Charm. But that doesn't do anything for affecting how good of a ladder starter it really is. This is really one of the most versatile characters and that's why it's used so often at the beginning of ladder.

    It's great for taking out Mephisto. You can take out Cows, Easy Peasy, moat trick and Mephisto. You could go after Pindle. It is really great at a ton of areas or you can go out and even hit some of the Level 85 areas, such as Ancient Tunnels and Stony Tombs.

    On top of the absolutely amazing damage from Blizzard, you also have the Teleport skill. So, it's real easy to get anywhere you want to go. Obviously, being a great ladder start character even with budget gear, it does absolutely amazing and getting the Godly End Game Gear will step up your kill speed a ton.

    4. Hammerdin

    We're coming in with another absolute classic here and that is the Hammerdin. This one's been used at the start of ladder since the beginning of time and you'll know why if you ever used one once again like a lot of the builds on here.

    Obviously, with just even budget gear, the Hammers do a crazy amount of damage unlike a lot of the other ones though. You don't even necessarily need a Thunder Charm to break immunities in order to really be able to clear everything in the game. These Hammers are actually magic damage and there are almost no magic immunities in the entire game with the exception of just a few.

    This build is specifically known for doing great in the Chaos Sanctuary but it works great almost anywhere after you end up stepping up to that Godly End Game Gear. A lot of people would agree this is the most powerful, most versatile and most overpower build in the entire game, as well.

    5. FoH Paladin

    We're coming at you with another Paladin next and it's kind of a new kid on the block here for Diablo 2 Resurrected anyways. And that's the Fist of the Heavens (FoH) Paladin. It got the bump up at the same time that they decided to redo the Nova skill, making that one now very good. Vista Heavens came right up with it. It actually has some advantages over Hammers because you can cast the Fist to Heavens on monsters all the way across the screen just sniping them right out from in the middle of a pack and just like everyone on the list here.

    It's very good even with budget gear. The good thing with Fist of Heavens is actually takes less points into the synergies, leaving you with a little bit extra left over. So, you can actually go ahead and dual or even like try speck it. Maybe you want to go Fist the Heavens and do a little bit extra damage. Maybe you want to get out ubered with it, as well.

    Putting points into Smite and things that help that out. There's even different specs of it where you can have vista heavens and then put some points into Hammers and put some points into Zeal. There's a lot of different ways you can go with it because you have a lot of extra points left over these other skills' dual spec.

    And it really does add to the versatility of this build because the Holy Bolt and the Fist of Heavens by itself only does that damage to Undead and Demons widening.

    6. Barbarian

    Next one is an absolute classic type of character and we're going with the Barbarian. Unlike the other ones, I'm not actually going to specify a build here. There's a lot of personal preference based upon what you really want to do. I've seen people starting off with all different types ranging from the Singer Barbarian, Berserk Barbarian and Frenzy /Whirlwind Barbarian. They all seem to be their own type of good it just depends on what you really feel like doing.

    Travincal, which is known for jewelry and is really a great spot to find high D2R Ladder Runes. Now, I gotta put my bias aside. Generally, I haven't found a lot of high D2R Ladder Runes in the past. But I know that this is actually a good place to farm them.

    The reason this Barbarian is such a good ladder starter is because of the find item skill, even if you're on players, one difficulty that doesn't affect the drops, you get from the actual find item. What you'll get from the find item is based solely upon your find item, your fine potion, the synergy and how much magic find you have.

    There is another option for this build, too. You could even not go out and kill any monsters. How you gonna find anything you can actually just kind of follow people around and use the find item skill on all the monsters that they've killed, so you're getting free opportunities with no effort of your own in order to find good items.

    7. Summon Necromancer

    Now, I hope you all stuck around here for the final one because this is one of my absolute favorite and one that I've never used until more recently here. And that is the Summon Necromancer. This build early on perhaps, isn't quite as fast as things like the Sorcerers because you can't teleport around like that. But it is so basic and easy. That's why I love it so much.

    Once you get up all those summons, you get a half decent mercenary, one body drops. You use Corpse Explosion and you can melt an entire room and this is even with budget gear. You don't even necessarily need the crazy end game stuff, you can march right into a Chaos Sanctuary completely naked Necromancer and take the whole joint out yourself.

    But it is also great about this once you get the most Godly End Game Gear. Some people might not believe it or might not even realize it. You can literally clear mobs as fast as any character in the game with a sick amazing Summon Necromancer.

    One little thing I will note right at the end here: though the Summon Necro, it benefits a ton from being able to have Teleport, so getting a Teleport Staff on this character just to reposition your summons and your Mercenary is very key.

  • D2R Ladder Season 3 Release Time On PC

    Feb 04, 2023

    Recently, Diablo 2 Resurrected's second Ladder season, Terror Zones and patch 2.5 are live online. But when will the next D2R Ladder be reset?

    Next we'll tell you some important information, including when Diablo 2 Resurrected Ladder will be reset and when Season 3 will be released, so potential Nelphalem can get some useful information ahead of time and mark their calendars.

    Because of Blizzard's previous attempts to perfect Terror Zones released in the 2.5 update, the reset time of Diablo 2 Resurrected's Season 2 Ladder will be delayed, and it is expected to be later than October 6, 2022. So when will Diablo 2 Resurrected Ladder be reset again? But judging from the information we have learned so far, it is still difficult to guess the exact date of D2R's Ladder reset.

    Next we look at the Public Test Realm schedule, patch dates, and past Ladder reset dates.

    • Patch 2.4 PTR Ladder testing started on March 2, 2022

    • Patch 2.4 PTR Ladder beta ended on March 9, 2022

    • Patch 2.4 released on April 14, 2022

    • D2R Ladder Season1 released on April 28, 2022

    • Patch 2.5 PTR testing began on August 25, 2022

    • Patch 2.5 PTR beta ended on September 19, 2022

    • Patch 2.5 released on September 22, 2022

    • D2R's first Ladder reset occured on October 6, 2022, and Season 2 began

    • Patch 2.6 PTR testing began on January 24, 2023

    By the time Ladder was reset, the original Diablo 2 had lasted six months. And five months and a week after Season 1's release, Diablo 2 Resurrected performed its first Ladder reset.

    However, it is precisely because of Blizzard's focus on Terror Zones that the new season has been delayed. Conventionally, D2R Ladder resets are performed every four months, so we may see the next reset on February 16, 2023. Resetting goes through such a process, first use PTR to test the content of patch 2.6, and the time is one week. The second is to release an updated version and perform a Ladder reset two weeks later.

    Meaning of D2R Ladder Type

    Some novices who know little about Ladder will choose new characters in each new season and use D2R Ladder Items to help them improve their own strength, so as to continuously improve their rankings in the entire network, and eventually make the competition very intense.

    After D2R Ladder is reset, players will continue to improve their level through Normal, Nightmare, Hell, and Terror Zones and seize the top spot in the new season leaderboard. In addition, each new season will add some special features, and these features are unique to Ladder, players can experience them in their heart's content.

    There are four different Ladder types in Diablo 2 Resurrected, and each type has a unique leaderboard.

    • D2R Classic Ladder: Start as a beginner and complete the original Diablo 2 Acts

    • D2R Hardcore Classic Ladder: The content is the same as that of D2R Classic Ladder. However, if you die, your character disappears, and the game starts over.

    • D2R Expansion Ladder: You'll need to start at elementary and complete all five acts, including the Lord of Destruction expansion's Act V.

    • D2R Expansion Hardcore Ladder: The content is the same as that of D2R Expansion Ladder. However, if you die, your character disappears, and the game starts over.

    Are you already excited after hearing this information?

    As time progresses, we will learn more about Diablo 2 Resurrected Season 3 Ladder reset and start time, and we will report back to you in time.

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