I have a necromancer that does condition damage. What is the best armor for this type of necro? It seems that the best armor would be the Grenth Karma Exotic armor that I can get from the Temple of Grenth in the Cursed Shore, right? That armor seems to increase condition damage with every piece you wear. Is there better one? Thanks.

EDIT: Thought I would add these guides...

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If you're willing to buy exotic armor with karma, then indeed, the Mortal armor of Grenth sold in Temple of Grenth seems a good option. If you're looking for runes which cause condition damage, you can check them here.

Another interesting dungeon armors with different attributes you could take a look:

  • Flame Legion armor
    • Condition Damage + Power + Vitality (+315 / +224 / +224 Attributes)

  • Sorrow's Embrace armor
    • Power + Vitality + Condition Damage (+315 / +224 / +224 Attributes)

  • Corrupted armor
    • Precision + Toughness + Condition Damage (+224 / +224 / +315 Attributes)

  • Nightmare armor
    • Condition Damage + Toughness + Precision (+315 / +224 / +224 Attributes)
    • Precision + Power + Condition Damage (+315 / +224 / +224 Attributes)

  • Inquest armor
    • Power + Precision + Condition Damage ( +224 / +315 / +214 Attributes )
    • Power + Condition Damage + Magic Find (+224 / +224 / +18%)

  • Noble's armor
    • 3 combinations with Condition damage as a 224 atribute

  • Honor of the Waves armor
    • Precision + Toughness + Condition Damage (+315 / +224 / +224 Attributes)

  • Corrupted armor
    • Precision + Toughness + Condition Damage (+224 / +224 / +315 Attributes)

You may also would like to take a look in Ogden's armor and Khilbron's armor

Resuming: There are several sets which contain condition damage, you may choose one that fits more your play style.

  • Thank you for the detailed and informative answer! This is just what I needed.
    – b10hazard
    Commented Jan 10, 2013 at 16:10
  • The dungeon armor seems a better deal, right? The reason I say this is the Dungeon Exotic armor has free upgrade slots, but the MAoGrenth does not. The MAoG has condition damage of 125+28+55+100 or 318. However the Flame Legion Exotic armor has condition damage of 315 and I could add runes to it increasing the Condition damage even more, right?
    – b10hazard
    Commented Jan 10, 2013 at 16:25
  • It's interesting because I knew how to answer this because recently I was looking for armor for my Ranger too, I'm looking for Critical Damage, I chose to buy the karma armor (Lyssa) because the bonuses and precision were good, and it has very diferent stats. But I've already transmuted some parts of it. Commented Jan 10, 2013 at 16:31
  • I believe Dungeon armor also comes with runes. I'm not really quite sure if the only way to attach runes to these piece of armours is transmuting (with transmuting stone). Anyway, I believe you're right, it would be a good idea to buy the Flame Legion Exotic and then attach a rune like you feel its better. I chose the karma Commented Jan 10, 2013 at 16:32
  • I chose the karma path because I had a lot and it was a quick way to get a set, and as I said before, I liked the stats of the rune that came together. But maybe in the future I'll change. I think that if you're going to a full condition damage that's the way. Sorry for the loooong comments. Commented Jan 10, 2013 at 16:33

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