Loreweave is a unique Elegant Ringmail.
Loreweave can be obtained by vendoring 60 Unique Rings.
||Corrupted rings can be used. Using all Shaper or Elder rings will create a Shaper or Elder Loreweave.|
As is shown from the following image, vendor 60 unique rings for an unidentified Elegant Ringmail. Using a Scroll of Wisdom to identify it and get a Loreweave Elegant Ringmail.
It depends on the price of Loreweave. As for the current challenge, the Loreweave price is 8 Chaos Orbs. Meanwhile, the value of 60 unique rings is much more than a Loreweave. Therefore, it is not worth to use it.
The Your Maximum Resistances are (76-78)% modifier is a hard cap on the player’s maximum resistance. Players cannot get above the stated roll, even when using a purity aura, but also cannot drop below the stated value, usually as a consequence of map modifiers. So the maximum resistance will always stay at that number. Players still have to gather resistances to get to that number, Loreweave doesn’t grant the resistances by itself.
Like with many vendor recipes, the resulting Loreweave’s item level is equal to the lowest item level of all the unique rings used to create it. Consequently the item often does not meet the required item level of 50 to have up to six sockets naturally. The mod Has 6 Sockets ignores this limit and grants the item six sockets to begin with. One can reduce the amount of sockets with Crafting Bench, but can not use the bench to get back to six sockets (attempting to do so results in a “Item has fixed Sockets” error message). Using Jeweller’s Orbs on a Loreweave is only possible when the socket amount was lowered below the natural socket maximum from item level. In this case a single Jeweller’s Orb restores the item to six sockets. Note that one risks getting stuck at two sockets if the item level is 1, as two sockets then counts as fully socketed which prevents the use of Jeweller’s Orbs and the Artisan bench cannot force one socket.