DIABLO II RUNEWORDS PDF

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Rune Words are a type of item created when specific combinations of runes are inserted into socketed items. When the rune word is completed, it looks much like a unique item with the only notable difference that the runes show if the the player moves the mouse over the inventory image. The socketed item must also have the exact number of sockets required by the rune word.

If these conditions are not met, the rune word will not be created and the player has potentially wasted the runes in question on a useless item. The bonuses that each individual rune confers will still be applied to the item, but the added rune word bonuses will not. Rune words were introduced in the expansion, Lord of Destruction , and can not be created in classic Diablo II. In addition, some rune words were added to the game after the expansion in either Patch 1.

The most powerful rune words were almost exclusively added in the 1. Several of these rune words are ladder only, meaning they can only be created on the closed Battle. For example, the Rune Word Ancient's Pledge requires a 3 socketed shield and will not work on any other item even if there are more than 3 sockets.

The Runes must be inserted in the proper order:. Inserted in the correct order and in the proper item will grant the shield the following bonuses:. If the runes are inserted incorrectly, only the inherent bonuses of the three runes will be applied:. Despite popular belief, Rune Words do not work if the required number of sockets is not equal to the number present on the item.

Enigma will only work if the body armor has exactly three sockets. They also fail to work when the item they are socketed to is not valid. The player cannot have an [Ancient's Pledge Bardiche even if they have all 3 runes and a 3-socketed Bardiche, since Ancient's Pledge is a shield-only Rune Word.

The Runes socketed must also be arranged in the correct order. Otherwise, you will only get the effects of the individual runes without the bonus. Rune Words only work in non-magical items. You cannot insert a Rune Word into magical, rare, set or unique item.

The runes will only confer their regular bonuses, and not the Rune Word bonuses. Ladder rune words only work on ladder characters on B. Any other character, even non-ladder characters, will not be able to create them. Be careful when using Rune Words formula with the runes I o and L o, as it's easy to confuse the two at a glance. Rune Words will not work with Wirt's Leg. As Rune Words only work in certain item categories, it's helpful to know exactly what each one means.

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From Diablo Wiki. Jump to: navigation , search. Example For example, the Rune Word Ancient's Pledge requires a 3 socketed shield and will not work on any other item even if there are more than 3 sockets.

Definitions of Item Types As Rune Words only work in certain item categories, it's helpful to know exactly what each one means. Navigation menu Namespaces Page Discussion. Views View View source History. This page was last edited on 23 July , at Game content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of their respective publisher and its licensors. All rights reserved. This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. About Diablo Wiki Disclaimers Mobile view. Support Contact PRO.

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Rune Words are a type of item created when specific combinations of runes are inserted into socketed items. When the rune word is completed, it looks much like a unique item with the only notable difference that the runes show if the the player moves the mouse over the inventory image. The socketed item must also have the exact number of sockets required by the rune word. If these conditions are not met, the rune word will not be created and the player has potentially wasted the runes in question on a useless item. The bonuses that each individual rune confers will still be applied to the item, but the added rune word bonuses will not. Rune words were introduced in the expansion, Lord of Destruction , and can not be created in classic Diablo II. In addition, some rune words were added to the game after the expansion in either Patch 1.

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If the player puts certain combinations of Runes in the correct order into an item with exactly that number of sockets and of the correct item type, the item's name will change into a "unique" name, displayed in gold, and the item will acquire extra powers, depending on the "rune word" that was used. The benefits of using a Rune Word is that you can make the Rune Word's magical bonuses apply to any type of item allowed with the proper number of sockets. You could, for example, use an Elite Socketed sword or an Exceptional Socketed sword, and you can also pick which type of sword is used. You can continue to find better Socketed weapons or armor and, with the proper Runes, continue to have this Rune Word bonus applied to better and better Socketed items as you find them. Rune Words are an advanced feature for experienced users.

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