a way to counter possible RW rerolling Code: Fortitude Superior Archon Plate 'ElSolDolLo' Defense: 1663 Durability: 60 of 60 Required Strength: 103 Required Level: 63 Item Version: 1.10+ Expansion Item Level: 85 Fingerprint: 0x9813c181 +200% Enhanced Defense +14% Enhanced Defense +300% Enhanced Damage +15 Defense Damage Reduced by 7 Fire Resist +30% Lightning Resist +30% +5% to Maximum Lightning Resist Cold Resist +30% Poison Resist +30% Replenish Life +7 +1 to Light Radius 25% Faster Cast Rate 12% Damage Taken Goes to Mana 20% Chance to cast Level 15 Chilling Armor when struck +107 to Life (Based on Character Level) Socketed (4: 4 used) Here's a video of making the Fort. Sadly, video google ruined the resolution, so text is almost unreadable: I has a Fort Edit: please note that this video is just for "entertainment" *cough*or bragging with my Fort*cough* XDoomasX came up with a neat idea that everyone who is going to be a part of SPF's trading and/or multiplayer scene, would have to make all higher runewords in the presence of an observer; another SPF member, that has full trade status in effect. The threshold of what is to be considered a "higher" runeword would need to be determined. The observer should be able to see the target item before, and after making the runeword, and preferably take a screenshot of it, just to remember the exact properties of the finished runeword. After making the runeword, the maker should copy&paste an ATMA readout of the runeword item, which the observer would then confirm to be either a match or a mismatch to the result seen in-game. This would be to disencourage and prevent possible runeword rerolling. What do you think? Oh and - ehm - I hereby bestow the honor to answer questions and to comment possible replys, to XDoomasX. Thank you. *runs awaaaaaaaay* Important edit: With rerolling, I meant illegitimate rerolling through making the save file read-only or something like that. Clearing the sockets in-game with the Hel cube recipe and making the runeword again with different runes is of course legitimate.