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Crafting Questions

Discussion in 'Diablo 2 Community Forum' started by Poisoned one, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Poisoned one

    Poisoned one IncGamers Member

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    Crafting Questions

    Does anyone know of a site/area that explains very thoroughly how to craft good items?

    I'm going to try and craft a nice caster ammy

    Cause, I need to be explained whats the best way going about getting the best results, and I was also a little lost on the whole "ilvl" thingy. So if anyone knows a site or can give some input it would be groovy
     
  2. Sh4dovv

    Sh4dovv Banned

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    the ilvl on an item is given by the monster who dropped it, and designates wat mods it can have

    take this example;

    lets say a monster in act1 norm blood moor has a monster lvl of 1. items they drop will be usually ilvl1

    an ilvl 1 item can only have a certain amount of stats

    whereas a baal minion in act5 hell has monster lvl of **. items they drop will be usually ilvl88

    an ilvl88 item can have much better stats than ilvl1


    THIS IS WHY if u find a gc in act1 norm, there is NO POSSIBLE CHANCE that it will be a skill gc...


    if u want to craft amulets, u will need to use a character of at least lvl88 to craft in order to get +2 skill amulets. also use this char to GAMBLE the amulets from vendors to craft with, as a lvl88 char will generally get ilvl88 items from gamble

    hope this helps :)
     
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  4. Poisoned one

    Poisoned one IncGamers Member

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    oooo, I thought I level always stood for "item or initial level" that makes more sense now, and maybe I should be keeping all those hell gcs I find, I thought with gcs once the actual level on the gc got below 42 you couldn't craft a skiller...thanks
     

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