Weapon diamonds just don’t seem to pack enough punch compared to emeralds, even when damage to elites is a perfect stat.
I actually own a mask with this Affix.
Diablo 3 Affix Planner says Increases Mana Regeneration by X per second is only available on ceremonial knife or mojo. Notice, thanks for your article. This is usually not worth worrying about that can be less valuable against either very large hits where bad dodge streaks can be dangerous or undodgeable damage, usually ground effects like Arcane Sentries and Desecrator. Monk or Demon Hunter, you won’t be equipping Dex gear so this won’t distort your Toughness. On top of that, the ratio doesn’t matter much, really, the answer is same as aboveyou’re rarely choosing between CD and CC directly anyway. This stems from the fact that one affix roll can have 10 times as much CD as CC. Furthermore. That’s right! People say a rule of thumb for the ratio is 10 dot 1 CD.
Crit chance does not stack above 100.
In fact, I believe there’s a cap on how much crit chance you can get from gear+paragon points.
Some skills can boost you past the cap, others can’t. For defensive stats you generally look for a broad mix, as discussed above.
It is AR, and Life Per Second are every available in almost any slot, it’s not as critical what you have on any individual item, since Vitality. By and large, it’s the offensive stats that you look at first. Now pay attention please. On a side note. In the end, a mix of HP, mitigation, and healing is needed, and there’s plenty of judgment that can go into choosing the balance. The only stat cap I know of is the 25 to movespeed from gear and Paragon. Whenever resulting in high sheet Damage, IAS boost. You see, whenever having the CD from two weapon gems, In particular. Brief note on dual wielding. Besides, the biggest reason that dual wield setups are usually favored over twohanded weapons is the added stats you get from having two items equipped. However, any item has up to 4 primary stats and 2 secondaries.
It’s mostly primaries that the subject of this post. When generally getting your gear level up you need solid primary stats in all slots, secondaries are useful and you’re always happy to have them, and right now as 100percentage is well. Usually, my crit chance is 100 while my CD is 520. There’s some more information about it here. CC and CD. On top of that, since all damaging skills also scale with those stats Surely it’s a decent starting proxy for how much damage you can output. Of course your character sheet’s damage score takes into account your weapon damage, primary stat, crit chance, crit damage, and attack speed bonuses. There’re some important reasons not to simply rely on the Damage score when looking for upgrades. The sooner you progress from looking only at Damage to knowing what stats you’re looking for on an item, the better you’ll spot items that have 3 solid stats and need a particular 4th stat to be ideal or close to ideal.
You can assemble a set of good rares quite quickly, as soon as you start doing this.
Changing one stat can have a dramatic effect on the value of an item.
One overarching point is that, regardless of individual stats, the Enchanting system means you can’t rely on the tooltip comparison when evaluating an item. Bracers can have Main, CC, and element damage. These tend to be the most important to look out for when striving to scan for items with strong offensive potential, other stats are still important. Can’t easily recover your HP to full as you continue to take damage, that leaves you in a place where you don’t get killed instantly. That’s where it starts getting really serious. Healing is more effective when you have low HP and high mitigation than And so it’s when you have high HP and low mitigation. Just think for a moment. Top-notch stat for pure EHP purposes is Vitality.
What happens if you chase your Toughness stat is that you’ll balloon your HP with gear that has Vitality and + Life. Gearing to chase your Toughness and Healing scores has consequently allows you to get a 3rd or 4th. It’s crucial to know what you’re looking for, since an item with all but amidst the key stats might actually look terrible in the ‘in game’ comparisons.