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9 years, 2 months ago
Now that the enchanter has become available with the Reaper of Souls expansion, I am wondering her capabilities. let's say for example I'm a Monk and have a rare item with the following effects:
Increases Critical Hit Chance by 7%
90 Cold resistance
20% Gold from monsters
Can I add another primary effect to this item? Or am I limited to overwriting one of the effects it already has? I have seen rares with up to 6 effects in the past, is that simply something I'll have to get lucky on (regarding the base number of effects)?
Mar 27, 2014 at 13:30
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No. You can only reroll existing affixes into new affixes of the same category* (vit->armor). I.e. you cannot roll a secondary affix into a primary affix.
There are some limitations for this rerolling:
You cannot add a second affix that's existing on the item. So no doubling up of Int affixes, for example.
You cannot add a resist all or (specific resist) affix onto an item if the other exists already. This is to prevent doubling up of resists (OWE nerf for monks basically)
You can only add affixes that can be found naturally on the equipment slot. Weapons will never roll +armor, for instance, and bracers will never have a socket.
You cannot reroll specific legendary mods (The only one I know of so far is the increased fire damage taken on Andariel's helm). You also can't reroll the orange stats, but that should be obvious.
Mar 27, 2014 at 13:40
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