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Imbuing A Diadem???

Discussion in 'Theorycrafting and Statistics' started by ShaggyTC, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. ShaggyTC

    ShaggyTC IncGamers Member

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    Imbuing A Diadem???

    Ok, I found this diadem on USEast Ladder...

    Plague Veil
    Diadem
    +1 Zon
    30% Enh Dmg
    +20 Str
    19% All Res
    Dmg Reduced 6


    What is max for the enh dmg...¿ Have found a couple before but this is first with the dmg... Thinking bout hell imbuing one with a lvl 90 (6 mil to 91 atm :)) whenever I see a white one drop... Any input...¿
     
  2. Loboleal

    Loboleal IncGamers Member

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    Don't imbue a Diadem with a lvl90 char. A Diadem can get any pref/suf no matter what level you use in the imbuition due to its magic level. So, when imbuing a Diadem, make a new char and imbue it. Don't waste a high level imbuition with a Diadem.
     
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    ShaggyTC IncGamers Member

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    Does anyone know what the max ED a rare one can spawn with... I know I've seen a pref/suf list before somewhere... Thinkin it was on Diabloii.net but didn't see it... Just browsed quickly so could have overlooked...
     
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    Jerkazoid IncGamers Member

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    u can check the affixcalculator.

    yes 30% is the best it could be,,even for magicals

    deadly = 21-30% enh Dmg:
     
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    jiansonz IncGamers Member

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    This is, of course, only valid if you allow yourself to transfer items between characters. Otherwise, a Diadem is one of the best item types to imbue.
     
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    D34D IncGamers Member

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    Have you written the stats in yellow just to look nice or is it a rare, I thought you could only imbue norm, white items, not rare, socket, magical or unique ? :scratch:
     
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    Thrugg IncGamers Member

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    I don't think he was going to try to imbue that one. He was inspired by finding that one and was planning to imbue some other (white) ones in the hope of finding as good or better.
     
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    Dang, where'd you find that thing? It looks insane, If that had +2 to Zon skills i'd consider that Hella good. Anyways, I've got a question about the 30% ED on it. How would ED come into play for a Lightning Fury Javazon. Would i have to melee for it to work, or does that extra damage actually come into play while i'm tossing LF all over the place?
     
  9. bleuless

    bleuless IncGamers Member

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    30% ED on armor is only applied to your character's physical damage, not the weapon, not your spells. think of it as you have +30 to strength (not exactly this, but similiar) on a lighting fury zon, it'll help taking down the monster that's actually hit with the first javelin (and any thing after him if it pierced). basically it won't hurt any on the entire pack besides the straight line that you threw the javelin. it'll help you leech also since you do more dmg now.
     
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    Thanks a lot i've always wondered about how ED works!
     

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