I think by grey, he means socketable (a socketable item is indeed grey, whereas a paladin-specific shield with auto-mods appears white).No, the highest resist automod is +45. Only paladin shields can have a resist automod.
Concerning non-paladin shields, all shields able to get 4 sockets (Monarch, Aegis, Ward) can be socketed with 4 UMs to get **% to all resistances. Even with 4 perfect diamonds, you will reach a wooping 76% to all resistances.Is it possible to have a shield that is +75 resist all i n grey?
You've never seen a grey socketable pally shield with auto-mods? (Maybe your wording is just throwing me off.)I think by grey, he means socketable (a socketable item is indeed grey, whereas a paladin-specific shield with auto-mods appears white).
You can e.g. put 4 pdiamonds into a nonmagical shield with 4 sockets and have 76 res. The shield will still be grey. Paladin shields with Um runes can have up to 133 res that way. In case the OP didn't mean that, I'm not responsible for his lack of precision :tongue:oh yes,you're right,but i was reffering to krischan answer, he didn't say how the shield should be,socketed,unsocketed..so i messed up my thoughts