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Diablo II Resurrected ladder season 6 begins, and it's not just about luck





Diablo II Resurrected has finally started its 6 season after a long wait. Both ladder and non-ladder modes coexist, allowing players to choose between continuing in non-ladder mode or starting over in the new ladder season mode. Players interested in exploring the game and experiencing the latest content are highly recommended to try out the first season, as well as familiarize themselves with the changes to various classes and mercenary skills, and to create some newly added rune words.


(1) Creation of ladder characters


Ladder season mode requires players to log into to create corresponding characters. You need to select the international server when logging into Blizzard to see Diablo II Resurrected, and then you can purchase the game.


(2) Character selection


Although the skills of each class have been changed and many have been strengthened, giving previously less popular gameplay styles a chance to shine, it is still recommended to choose those strong gameplay styles from the old versions that most players are familiar with during the exploration phase. After all, the purpose of ladder mode is not only to clear levels efficiently but also to quickly accumulate equipment after completing the game.


Sorceress (cold or fire) comes with teleportation skills, Paladin can start quickly and farm in the Throne of Destruction, pure summoning Necromancer is easy to operate and will never lack runes after playing in Cow Level. In addition to these three, you can also choose Assassin (traps, darts), Amazon (except for bow horseplay), Druid (this time without Black Wolf, try Earthquake).


If you can afford to buy two accounts and know how to dual-box (virtual machines, using Process Explorer tools, etc.), it is especially recommended to train a Barbarian assistant (to increase health and mana) at the same time. In Hell difficulty, you can use him to dual-box and exploit the first kill bug to farm Diablo or Baal.


(3) The key is to farm


If you haven't played Diablo II for a long time or are not very familiar with the game itself, especially the quests, then after creating your character, you must learn to "farm" - farm quests, experience, equipment, etc. Most quests in Diablo II Resurrected can be successfully farmed as long as the character is in the same act as the player doing the quest, and even a level 1 character can farm up to the fifth act (including defeating Baal) without leaving town. You can find rooms in the lobby or seek help from various platforms and circles that gather a large number of Diablo II Resurrected players. The more people in the same room (up to 8 players), although monsters will gradually become stronger, the experience gained by killing monsters is also higher. Therefore, most rooms in the lobby do not mind other players joining. By choosing different regions (America, Europe, or Asia), you will encounter players from different countries. If you don't know how to communicate, it's okay, just silently follow along. Remember to reply with "TP" if you need help opening doors.


Equipment dropped by monsters in Diablo II is not bound, so if you see equipment or runes in a public room, just go for it. However, if there are senior players or other kind players who help you level up, there is no need to compete with them for equipment. Of course, if you meet kind players, they may give you a lot of necessary items.


(4) Rune words to make


The ladder exploration phase is not only about clearing normal, nightmare, and hell difficulties but also includes step-by-step equipment upgrades. Here are some low-cost and high-value rune words introduced below, which basically use low-level runes. It is recommended to quickly clear the normal difficulty first, mainly to farm runes and equipment in nightmare and hell.


Armor "Stealth", 2-socket white/gray quality armor, this base material is easy to farm, and you can also buy it directly from the blacksmith in Act I of normal difficulty. The rune sequence is 7#+5#, which can be used from normal difficulty all the way to hell unless you are very unlucky and cannot farm better armor.




Mercenary weapon "Insight", 4-socket white/gray quality bow/crossbow (used by Act I mercenaries) or 4-socket polearm (used by Act II mercenaries) as the base material, the rune sequence is 8#+3#+7#+12#. Considering cost, assistance, and output, it is very worthwhile to get. These runes are not difficult to farm from the Lady of Pain or Cow Level in nightmare difficulty.




"Spirit" sword/shield, 4-socket white/gray quality sword and shield, rune sequence 7#+10#+9#+11#, is suitable for most magic-based and skill level gameplay styles. Spirit sword base materials are easy to farm, and besides the Paladin-specific shield, the lowest strength requirement for a 4-socket light shield is called the Ruler Greatshield, which can only be farmed in hell difficulty, of course, the first Unicorn Shield is very test of luck.




Shield "Rhyme", 2-socket white/gray shield, rune sequence 13#+5#, with properties such as block, no freeze, 25 all resistances, and MF, is much easier to obtain than "Spirit Shield" and is a must-make shield during the exploration phase.




However, the overall exploration phase is quite painful and lengthy. Try to mix through the quests as much as possible so that you can quickly move to places where you can mix experience in different rooms. If you want to farm levels purely, look for rooms that farm Cow Level, Diablo, and Baal. Consider farming equipment only after you have a certain level base, as higher character levels and skill levels can directly improve the efficiency of farming monsters. In the early stages, you can look for Act III boss Mephisto, Act V Anja red door Pig Uncle, and Cow Level with certain team farming capabilities is also a good choice.




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