Add Sockets Recipe to Weapon Armor — Diablo 2 Resurrected

1. Diablo 2 Add Sockets Recipe: Add 1 Socket To a Rare Item

  • Recipe: 3 Perfect Skulls + 1 Rare Item + Stone of Jordan

Rare Items can only have one socket. You cannot add sockets to items that don’t normally have sockets. You can not use this on a Rare with one socket. You can only add one socket to a zero socket Rare Item.

2. Diablo 2 add sockets to weapon

1 Socketed Magic Weapon (of same type)

  • Recipe: 3 Standard Gems (normal) and 1 Socketed Weapon (Any Type)

This takes a socketed weapon and makes it a magic socketed weapon with a random number of sockets. This allows you to get new magic bonuses on an otherwise non magical weapon. The original weapon properties will be removed (rerolled) when the new weapon is created. ilvl = 30. It gets 1-2 sockets.

Socketed Magic Weapon

  • Recipe: 3 Chipped Gems + 1 Magic Weapon

This adds sockets to a magic weapon. The original magic weapon properties will be removed (rerolled) when the new weapon is created. If you use this formula with a weapon that is not normally socketed such as a Javelin, this recipe will create a new magical weapon without any sockets. ilvl=25 magic weapon with 1-2 sockets.

Socketed Magic Weapon

  • Recipe: 3 Flawless Gems + 1 Magic Weapon

This adds sockets to a magic weapon. The original magic weapon properties will be removed (rerolled) when the new weapon is created. If you use this formula with a weapon that is not normally socketed such as a Javelin, this recipe will create a new magical weapon without any sockets. ilvl=30 magic weapon with 1-2 sockets.

Socketed Weapon of same type

The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-6 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. For example, if you have an item that can only have 2 sockets, there’s a 5/6 chance of getting 2 sockets and a 1/6 chance of getting 1 socket.

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3. Diablo 2 Add Sockets to Armor: Socketed Body Armor of same type

The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-4 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. The chance to get X sockets in most armor is 1/4 (I.E: Mage plate has a max of 3 sockets, so it has a 2/4 [1/2] chance to get 3 sockets). The base of 6 was used in the ratios for all the above mentioned areas.

4. Diablo 2 Add Sockets to Helm: Socketed Helm of same type

The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-3 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. For example, if you have an item that can only have 2 sockets, there’s a 2/3 chance of getting 2 sockets and a 1/3 chance of getting 1 socket.

5. Diablo 2 Add Sockets to Shield: Socketed Shield of same type

  • Recipe: 1 Tal Rune Tal Rune + 1 Amn Rune Amn Rune + 1 Perfect Ruby Perfect Ruby + Normal Shield

The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-4 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. For example, if you have an item that can only have 2 sockets, there’s a 3/4 chance of getting 2 sockets and a 1/4 chance of getting 1 socket.

6. Diablo 2 Add Sockets to Ethereal Weapon

The cube formula works for ethereal items, but the number of sockets it gets is random. Use Larzuk quest on this one as Larzuk allways gives maximum number of sockets on white items = 4 on CV.

  • Larzuk will add sockets only if the item is unsocketed and socketable
  • Larzuk will add the maximum number of sockets possible to a low quality/normal/superior item, be it white or grey (ethereal). The ilvl tiers apply !
  • Larzuk will add 1 or 2 sockets randomly (50/50 odds) to a magic item, provided the item allows 2 sockets. Otherwise he will add 1 socket always
  • Larzuk will add 1 socket only to rare, set, unique, and crafted items
  • Larzuk will add the same number of sockets, no matter if you use the quest reward in Normal, Nightmare, or Hell

Therefore, WHEN SOCKETING Low-quality/normal (plain white)/superior ITEMS AT LARZUK, IT PAYS TO REMEMBER WHERE YOU FOUND THE ITEM (that is, drop location).

 

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