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2018.06.13

Diablo II is one of the most popular hack and slash games which was released in 2000. The content has been completed with an expansion one year later which is called Lord of Destruction.

The original game has 5 character classes and it goes up to 7 with the expansion. Every characters are viable on their own with proper character builds and equipment but if you are just starting off we hardly suggest to choose a class that can keep up with the scaling of the end game. Choosing the proper school of magic to attack with can have great impact on this. The main elements are Fire, Cold, Lightning and Poison. There are some classes that use Magical and Physical damage sources. Most of the classes have options to pick two types of elements of offensive spells. Here is the list of each class’ element options.


•    Sorceress: Fire, Cold and Lightning
•    Amazon: Poison, Lightning and Physical
•    Barbarian: Physical and Magic
•    Assassin: Lightning, Fire and Physical
•    Druid: Fire, Cold, Poison and Physical
•    Paladin: Magic, Physical and Lightning
•    Necromancer: Magic, Physical and Fire

When you create a character by default it will be created as Softcore. This means that you character can die endlessly, you will only lose some of your experience. If you decide to create a Hardcore character it will only have one single life and when it dies both the access of the character and your progress and items are lost. For new players this game mode is absolutely not recommended.

There are no classes that won’t have issues with immunities in certain areas on Hell difficulty. There are several ways to counter this issue by either gearing accordingly or to pick spells from different schools of magic. With every level you earned you are going to have a skill point to spend and there are also several quests that reward with additional points. If you feel like you messed up your skill points you can reset them once per difficulty once you completed the very first quest of the game, given by Akara.

The game provides great replayability so if you decide to try a different class do not hesitate to pick up another character. Every character has their own unique item builds but they can still be viable with items that are useful –but not a must- for every characters like the Harlequin Crest Shako, Enigma Runeword or Heart of the Oak Runeword. In our store you can find almost every single items from the game which can easily help you get through the hardship of Hell difficulty.

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