Diablo 2: Resurrected Item Sets Overview

Introduction

The item sets in Diablo 2 Resurrected have preset stats and green names, and they receive bonuses from the added items in the set when worn together. Some of the individual set items are quite powerful, but they aren’t better than the magical or rare obtainable items.

The best way to optimize item sets is by wearing the best possible pieces, or by combining two or more items of the same set to enhance the benefits from the hidden and partial bonuses of the item or set. Also, the Diablo 2 Resurrected set items are indicated with the color green, and they are displayed as ‘Green Items.’

Item Set Bonuses

As previously mentioned, every item set has its own set bonuses that are displayed when more than one item is equipped. Each piece has its own hidden bonuses, and it entirely depends on the number of pieces that you hold. Thus, allowing you to get both; the hidden, as well as the general set bonuses. On every item, they are displayed in the modifiers as Italic text.

Stacking of Partial Set Bonuses

When you wear three items together, you get a bonus for wearing two items as well as the three worn items. Also, the complete set bonus stacks on top of the partial bonus. For instance, if you’re wearing a complete set bonus of +30 Mana, and a partial set bonus of +30 Life, then you’ll get both; +30 Mana and +30 Life bonuses.

Item Sets Summary

The list mentioned below comprises the Diablo 2 item sets that are available in Diablo 2 and Diablo 2 Resurrected. But before that, there are a few things that you need to know.

In order to drop these items, I-Level is the level which the monsters need to be. Whereas, C-Level is the minimum level that you need to stand on to wear the complete set. You will come across various item sets that either have the same C-Level for every item in the set or a different C-Level for each item.

There are also some sets for diablo 2 resurrected item sets that are best suited to specific classes, and the introduced items sets were quite different in the LOD (Lord of Destruction) and Vanilla expansions. Since Diablo 2 has basically resurrected, the item sets are now relevant to master again.

Item Sets List

Aldur’s Watchtower – A diablo 2 resurrected item set for the Druid class; requiring I-Level 29 and C-Level 76. Angelic Raiment – A Defensive set; requiring I-Level 17 and C-Level 12. Arcanna’s Tricks – A set for the Sorceress class; requiring I-Level 20 and C-Level 15. Arctic Gear – A set for the Amazon class; requiring I-Level 3 and C-Level 2. Berserker’s Arsenal – A set for the Barbarian class; requiring I-Level 5 and C-Level 3. Bul-Kathos’ Children – A set for the Barbarian class; requiring I-Level 50 and C-Level 66.

Cathan’s Traps – A set for the Sorceress class; requiring I-Level 15 and C-Level 11. Civerb’s Vestments – A set for the Paladin class; requiring I-Level 13 and C-Level 9. Cleglaw’s Brace – A Melee Fighter set; requiring I-Level 6 and C-Level 4. Cow King’s Leathers – A Melee Fighter set; requiring I-Level 20 and C-Level 25. Death’s Disguise – A set requiring I-Level 8 and C-Level 6. Griswold’s Legacy – A set for the Paladin class; requiring I-Level 44 and C-Level 69. Heaven’s Brethren – A Melee Fighter set; requiring I-Level 55 and C-Level 81.

Hsaru’s Defense – A set requiring I-Level 4 and C-Level 3. Hwanin’s Majesty – A Melee Fighter set; requiring I-Level 28 and C-Level 45. Immortal King – A Melee Fighter set (immortal king set diablo 2); requiring I-Level 37 and C-Level 76. Infernal Tools – A set for the Necromancer class; requiring I-Level 7 and C-Level 5. Iratha’s Finery – A set requiring I-Level 21 and C-Level 15. Isenhart’s Armory – A Melee-Oriented set; requiring I-Level 21 and C-Level 8. M’avina’s Battle Hymn – A set for the Amazon class; requiring I-Level 21 and C-Level 70.

Milabrega’s Regalia – A set for the Paladin class; requiring I-Level 23 and C-Level 17. Naj’s Ancient Vestige – A set requiring I-Level 43 and C-Level 78. Natalya’s Odium – A set for the Assassin class; requiring I-Level 22 and C-Level 79. Orphan’s Call – A Melee Character set; requiring I-Level 41 and C-Level 42. Sander’s Folly – A set for the Necromancer class; requiring I-Level 20 and C-Level 28. Sazabi’s Grand Tribute – A set for the Paladin class; requiring I-Level 34 and C-Level 73.

Sigon’s Complete Steel – A set requiring I-Level 9 and C-Level 6. Tal Rasha’s (diablo 2 tal rasha set) Wrappings – A set for the Sorceress class; requiring I-Level 26 and C-Level 71. Tancred’s Battlegear – A set requiring I-Level 27 and C-Level 20. The Disciple – A Melee Character set; requiring I-Level 39 and C-Level 65. Trang-Oul’s Avatar – A set for the Necromancer class; requiring I-Level 32 and C-Level 65. Vidala’s Rig – A set for the Amazon class; requiring I-Level 18 and C-Level 14.

Set Item Jewelry Rarity

Civerb’s Icon has a 13 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Cathan’s Sigil has a 15 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Angelic Wings has a 17 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Vidala’s Snare has a 19 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Arcanna’s Sign has a 20 Qlvl requirement with 1 Rarity, Iratha’s Collar has a 21 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Tal Rasha’s Adjudication has a 26 Qlvl requirement with 1 Rarity, Tancred’s Weird has a 27 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, Telling of Beads has a 39 Qlvl requirement with 1 Rarity, Cathan’s Seal has a 15 Qlvl requirement with 7 Rarity, and Angelic Halo has a 17 Qlvl requirement with 3 Rarity.