Frost Zealot into Hell After nine years and countless attempts to make a Frost Zealot that held its own in Hell, Falstaff finally did it. What was so counterintuitive is that by reducing crushing blow, he became stronger. Playing without ladder runewords available has been a challenge. There are just so many that would be great to have. Falstaff's ability to trample through Hell improved significantly when he found a 4 OS small crescent and made Famine. The runes for CoH had been there for some time and finally he donned a wire fleece. The rest of the equipment is either rare (helm and amulet) or crafted blood items (belt, gloves, boots and two rings), except for an Exile Kurast shield. The gloves added some crushing blow, but by and large, it wasn't an important addition. Now at level 85, he's ready to take down Lister and Company. Even the dual physical/cold immunes have fallen to his Famine axe. With the life tap from Exile, he can stand toe to toe and duke it out. Exile really helped in Chaos Sanctuary. Diablo went down so quickly it was antii-climactic. The only question is whether I put a Beast Ettin Axe on switch that my concentration Barbarian, Iago, has. After Falstaff completes the journey, the other members in Hell will advance: Iago (concentration barb), Prospero (Fanatic Zealot) and GoAnna (a FA/Strafer with massive passives a Valk to love)(built as a testimony to SuperDave, but instead of a cracked sash, she has Razortail and a Hand of Justice Great Bow).