Crafting Calculator and Guide - Diablo 2: Resurrected
Crafting Recipe Family
is the ideal item level for the end product of
which targets your selected affixes.
The item level of the crafted item is determined by combining the item level of the magic item used as an ingredient and the level of the crafter.
You can use the same character to shop/gamble/craft, or you can use one character to source materials and another to craft. Use the sections below to plan.
is the highest Affix Level of your selected affixes
affixes are normally possible for .
affixes are eliminated from the pool of possible affixes
This constitutes a reduction of unwanted affixes
possible affixes remain after the above reduction
Combine the shopper level with the crafter level below to hit the sweet spot.
Items will be level when purchased by a level character.
Crafting with a level and a level crafter yields a level
Combine the gambler level with the crafter level below to hit the sweet spot.
Items will be level when gambled by a level character.
Crafting with level and a level crafter yields level
of crafts will be inside the ideal item level range of
Some elite items cannot be shopped and gambling has a lot of variability. Use blues looted from monsters as follows:
Numeric property existing on all items that is assigned when the item is created.
The value depends on the level of the monster that drops the item, or your character's level when shopping or gambling for the item.
Item Level determines which affixes the item can have.
Umbrella term for prefixes and suffixes, which are properties of items that grant stats.
Affixes have levels which must be lower than the item level for the affix to be applied.
All affixes have an associated required level which the host item inherits.
Affixes have names which are used to modify the name of magic items.
Most affixes only grant one stat, but some grant two.
Crafted items can have up to 4 affixes and a maximum of 3 prefixes or suffixes each.
Set of stat bonuses that are always present on a crafted item, depending on the recipe family(Blood, Caster, Hit Power, Safety) and item type(Weapon, Ring, Amulet, etc).
These mods are completely separate from any affixes, and can stack with Affixes. For example, it is possible to combine faster cast rate from a crafted "Caster" item, and the faster cast rate bonus from the "Apprentice" suffix to get a value that is higher than what is possible on non-crafted items.