In Diablo 2, there are many kinds of items, one of which is set items, which usually consist of armor and weapons. In the game, if you wear the set items together, they will give you additional benefits to equip more items and give you a total set bonus. In D2R 2.4, Blizzard allows players can take the base item and upgrade it, which makes players very excited. But not all set items are worth upgrading. In this guide, you will know which are the best set items worth upgrading.
Death's Disguise (Death's Guard)
Death's Disguise is a very good set, especially for low levels. For this set item, we recommend that you only upgrade Death's Guard, upgrading it to exceptional but not elite. Death's Guard is a good source of cannot be frozen, and when paired with the glove, also gives you 15 resistances, along with glove gives you their 30 increased attack speed for two items. While you can upgrade the gloves, this is mostly a waste as it won't give you a significant defense upgrade.
Sigon's Complete Steel (Sigon's Sabot)
Sigon's Complete Steel is unbeatable in terms of early usefulness for most characters, but its usefulness diminishes as the game progresses, so for this set item, we suggest that you can upgrade Sigon's Sabot. While you can upgrade other parts to increase defense and other things, be aware of the strength requirements. Ideally, we'd find better rares d2r items to upgrade into Hell difficulty, but Sigon's Sabot greaves are available at exceptional and elite levels to keep your kick damage to at least a semi-reasonable level, and the whole set does offer good mods.
Aldur's Watchtower (Aldur's Rhythm)
Aldur's Watchtower is a Set designed for Druids, but items in this set except Aldur's Stone Gaze can be wear by any class. In the Set, Aldur's Rhythm is probably our most wanted upgrade, especially the weapon. Aldur's Rhythm can makes the mediocre weapon powerful until you get something like a grief or endgame weapon. Especially once you get the three-socket version you can do everything from reaching higher attack speed breakpoints to reducing enemy defenses and even doing leech or more elemental damage with some fairly common d2r runes, Aldur's Watchtower is a good mid-game melee weapon.
Natalya's Odium (Natalya's Soul)
Natalya's Odium is a Set designed for Assassins. Except Natalya's Mark, other items in the set can be wear by any class, but only Assassins can wear all set items. In this set you can upgrade Natalya's Soul to elite, mesh boots from 23 to 52 damage, up to 69 to 118 damage is just fine. When you leave some damage on the table, you do so in exchange for the set bonuses that Natalya's Odium set offers, which are pretty decent.
Naj's Ancient Vestige (Naj's Circlet)
This is the best set for spellcasters, in this set you can upgrade Naj's Circlet twice for extra defense, and it doesn't increase the requirement against anything that you need to equip the rest of your gear. In D2R 2.4, starting at level 80, Naj's will give you over 120+ magic find, and added +2 To Fire Skills, greatfor any fire build.