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In Diablo II each class had its class-specific gold set: the Immortal King for the Barbarian, Trang-Oul's Avatar for the Necromancer, and so on.

Is there something similar in Diablo III? If so, are the informations for all the sets already available?

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Each class has two level 60 sets limited to them - one occupying the primary and secondary hands, and the other occupying 5 item slots (or 6 for the Barbarian's Immortal King set). Below is the list of them all. Notice that the larger sets only require 4 items (or 5 for the Immortal King) to get the full set bonuses.

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Post-1.0.4 class-specific sets:

Barbarian:

Demon Hunter:

Monk:

Witch Doctor:

Wizard:


And because they are still in circulation,

Pre-1.0.4 class-specific sets:

Barbarian:

Demon Hunter:

Monk:

Witch Doctor:

Wizard:

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    Good job with the script :) It's really useful! – Kappei May 30 '12 at 10:32
  • Holy mother of Imperius, the Monk's legendaries now actually look like Legendaries. I might go on a quest for those. – Nigralbus Aug 24 '12 at 13:50
  • Thx fot the info, i saw the blizz database and there is just 1 set for the barbarian, the immortal king i dont know why the made just one, its sad, but well, hope they made more. – user31979 Sep 12 '12 at 17:42
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THIS ANSWER IS UPDATED FOR PATCH 2.0/REAPER OF SOULS

There are new class-specific sets available in the new Reaper of Souls expansion. These items only drop in Torment I or higher difficulty.

Instead of re-posting, you can find a well formatted list here, which will allow you to view the items in real-time.

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Not sure if there is a user made compendium already but you could certainly just check the blizzard item data base. If you pick a certain armor type, lets say head you can then select for what quality you want to look for and then go for set.

Example for head armor set pieces

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