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Besides the obvious anni, pdsc, and skills what other charms should i keep?
This can be for any character (melee or magic)
I've been seeing charms such as 3/20/20 but looking at them, they dont seem too useful.. but then again i am a noob... please list them ... thanks..
im a new player too, so theres probably more than what im saying. I think 7% MFSC are pretty valuable. Dependant on my melee charecters i like to keep a charm that adds elemental damage that my other stuff doesnt add. Most people i believe like to have the poison charms that deal a lot of damage. I know it helps against monster heal in hell. Then i keep other ones to help even out resists, str charms to help my sorc/necro wear certain armor, etc.
It really depends on the type of char you have.
For example, having a buncha poison charms is useless in a meteor/orb sorcs' inventory. Those charms are only good w/ melee (non-spellcasting) chars. Ditto w/ +max charms. Mf charms are only useful on chars U plan to mf with.
+ skills is always useful, and u can't go wrong w/ them on any char
all resist charms are nice if U don't have res maxxed.
Once you know what kind of char U are building, its pretty simple to figure out what charms wil be most useful in yer inventory.
Just a small list off the top of my head:
Some of these prefixes/suffixes have pretty wide values, the closer it is to perfect the better. as the mods get lower than perfect, the value of the value decreases exponentially. ie: 6% mfsc is worth maybe 1/4th of a 7%
Anyway, here is a list of charms that I ussually try to hang on to. check the items page for the range of values in the prefixes and suffixes.
fast walk run
faster hit recover
Vita sc (17-20 life)
Serpents sc (17-20 mana)
Resist all sc,lc,gc
9%-11% single element resist small charms
Max damage charms with AR.
toxic charms (100pdsc, 175 pdlc)
combinations of these attibutes drive the prices up like mad.
hope this helps.
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