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Socketing and gear questions

Discussion in 'Barbarian' started by freefree, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. freefree

    freefree IncGamers Member

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    Socketing and gear questions

    Well this is my first barb, and He's going to be a WW with mace mastery, I plan on IK in the future but will have to settle with what I have right now. He's current level 23 making his way to 25 when ill start baal runs. But I was curious on a few equipment ideas.

    1) Hopefully after the baal runs I'll be able to use my treestomp maul I found the other day. I was curious what would you guys socket in it. its to be a temporary until the Ik maul or I find something better. (a note, anything above mal, is outta my reach) also I found a rare jewel with +15% ED and +5 max damg today would that be worthy, or is there something better, maybe Amn.

    2) what would the level requirements be on a Duskshroud Duress or a Wire Fleece Fort?

    3) How easy is it for these guys to move through Nightmare, I'd rather save my forge for myself. But if it's going to take me a week or two I'd rather be rushed, I'll definetly be doing my Hell forge myself.
     
  2. Spankeh

    Spankeh IncGamers Member

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    u can buy ik maul for a few pgems
     
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    1) I would suggest you save your scoket quests for elite gear in hell difficulty, you might regret it if you don't
    2) 49- highest level requirement of the 4 items (sheal-um-thul-dusk)
    3)depends on how good your items are and how much patience you have- alot of items that aren't godly are up for trade cheaply-that'll get you thru



     

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