How to make your first infinity polearm in Diablo 2 Resurrected?
It has been several months since the release of Diablo 2 remaster, in general, the drop rate of high-level runes in Diablo 2 Resurrected is quite high. In the past few months, most players have more or less brushed high-level runes, and players who are really unlucky or do not have enough time can also use third-party platforms to cheap buy Diablo 2 Resurrected Items.
If the player already has or is going to practice some characters with elemental output capabilities, such as Lightning Mage, Necromancer, Javelin Amazon, Trap Assassin, etc., then in the later stage, it is necessary to make a rune word polearm "Infinity" that can significantly improve the comprehensive output ability.
The Infinity rune inlay order is rune 30, rune 23, rune 30, rune 24, 4 socket polearms.
The choice of substrate: Great Poleaxe (Elite), Giant Thresher (Elite), Thresher (Elite), Scythe (Normal).
Great Poleaxe: This is the best choice if you have a beast, and a very balanced substrate if you don't.
Giant Thresher: High Attack Speed, suitable for BOSS use.
Thresher: The next replacement for the Giant Thresher.
Scythe: The lowest demand substrate, suitable for Lightning Mage.
If you're lucky, the resulting polearm will have the following properties.
Infinity polearm is primarily used by players who rely on elemental damage, which allows their mercenaries to benefit from the conviction aura, it is also sometimes used directly by Lightning Sorceresses, as reducing the enemy's lightning resistance does not apply if the mercenary is equipped with infinity.
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