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Discussion in 'Necromancer' started by rev129, Jan 5, 2007.
Best Summner Necro Helm?
What you like/use?
For the most Necromancers it will be this:
- Rare +3 to Summoning/P&B Diadem with resists and with 2 open sockets for 2x Um or Prubies.
- Harlequin Crest (Um)
I use a Harlequin's Crest (Ptopazed) for mfing.
(Main weapon is a Wizardspike, so no need for UM).
But I'd imagine most people would use the +3 helm to summon first, and then switch off to a Shako.
I'm using a Lore bone helm because I love the bone look
Wormskull was a pretty amazing helm for its stats and look back in Classic. ^^
Ultimate summoner helm would be:
Golemlord's <circlet> of <suffix>
+3 Summoning Spells
... the Whale: +100 Life
... Life Everlasting: Damage Reduced by 24
... the Magus: 20% FCR
... whatever else you fancy
The +3 summon mod is what you're looking for. Nothing else really matters to a summoner, it's all about the army.
A circlet with +3 summon and 2 open sockets..(mine has 2 P Topazes)
It all depends like:
1) Am i happy with my current fcr with regards to teleing?
2) Is my necro's %mf high enough?
3) Am i using a CTA on switch, in which case suffixes like 'of the whale' could further boost hitpoints after BO
I'm with Jackson - P-topaz Harley Shako for my magic finding summoner necro but only because i have adequate fcr from other gear It's also a nice balance between +skills and mf IMO
Delirium Bone Visage is the way to go
My favorite...Circlet with...
+20 Resist All
+2os (with ums for some more resist)
That is....if I ever manage to find someone with that helm
So ill do with any
+15-20 Resist All
Circlet (or Coronet for style points :azn: )
For mfing, a Ptopaz Shako rop:
Shako with P Topaz for MFing or Um Rune for res.
hum.. I thought of that, but Delirium doesn't have anything interesting to offer besides the +2 skills. Lore has lightning resist and energy.
Harlequin would be super, of course, but necs should wear bone accessories for obvious reasons (you're going to win anyway, so you might as well do it in STYLE).