Paragon Levels and Points

Diablo 3 RoS - Paragon Levels and Points. Last modified: 2016.06.20

Paragon Levels are endgame leveling possibilities in Diablo 3. It was added soon after the game's release to extend leveling after reaching level 70.

 

Each Paragon level addes 3% to Magic and Gold Find and an attribute bonus which is +3 to the main stat, 2 to vitaility and 1 on the other two stats. The first Paragon system was capped at level100 but many players easily reached that, after that the developer removed the level cap.

 

The Paragon level is now account-wide. Whenever you start a new character it will automatically receive the same number of Paragon Points so it greatly decreases the time required to level up a new character. Every Paragon Level grants a point that can be spent in the four bonus fields in four Paragon Tabs allowing better character customization. The four tab are Core, Offense, Defense and Utility. Every tab has its own specialization.

 

The Core tab is for increasing the character's basic stats for example Vitality, Resource or Movement speed.
The Offensive Tab decreases your Cooldowns, increases your Attack Speed, Critical Hit Chance or Critical Hit Damage.
By spending a point on Defense Tab you can have your Life, Armor, Resistance or Regeneneration increased.
Utility Tab increases minor stats like AOE damage, Resource Costs, Life per Hit and Gold Find.

 

To have every tab completed you have to reach 800 Paragon levels but the fun won't stop there. Most of the stats are capped but you can keep reciving Paragon Points after that. There is no cap on primary stat and vitality and they can be chosen infinitely. The experience needed to level up becomes more and more.

 

You can also have different portraits for your hero after reaching certain hundreds of Paragon levels. In Season 4 you can earn a few other portraits for doing Season achievements.

We are always happy to help you with your Paragon Level that you will receive by the end of your power leveling service so open up our Livehelp for a quick check!

 

 

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