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Diablo 3 Necromancer is the sequel of the famous game Diablo. This dark fantasy themed action role game is of dungeon roaming styled game full of gash and slash. This game had been developed by Blizzard
North and has been released for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS 2000. Diablo 2 had been the most popular game in 2001-2002 and a lot of factors contributed to its success. The game has basically an addictive theme of hack and slash and free access to Battle.net thus giving the player various options to play. It may be played as a single player, multiplayer through LAN or multi-player via Battle.net.
Diablo II Lord of Destruction was released in 2001 and this game ruled the hearts of gamers till another sequel Diablo III had been announced in June 2008. This game is still popular among young fans. The player assumes the role of a hero and goes on fighting monsters while he traverses through dungeons and land. There are four acts in this game and each follows a predetermined path. Each act has an aim to destroy the boss monster and upon killing which the player proceeds to the next level or act. An interesting game Diablo 2 allows players to have a thrill of real time action with sophisticated weapons and powers.
You can choose between five different characters to play the game. They are Amazon, Necromancer, Sorceress, Paladin and Barbarian. Each of these characters has different strengths and weaknesses along with set of skills to choose from to fight the monsters. Along with the four acts, the player has difficulty levels too to complete. The game has three difficulty levels – Normal, Nightmare and Hell. A character first has to complete Normal to proceed to Nightmare and consequently to Hell. Each difficulty level is a greater challenge and has features of increased difficulty. The Villains become more skilled and dangerous. The player has to develop a hardcore character to slain them!
Trang-Oul’s Avatar is a 5-piece Set designed meant to be worn by a Necromancer. However, any class can use the helm, body armor, gloves and belt, but only a Necromancer can make use of the class-specific Shield. Unlike some other Sets, each individual item from Trang-Oul’s Avatar is decent and gives relatively good bonuses.
Here are the five items and their individual analysis in the Set:
Note: The partial bonuses for each item are listed multiple times because you get a partial bonus for each of the other items in the set. For example, with Trang-Oul’s Scales, you receive a +50% to Lightning Resistance if you have on another two other item from the set. If you have the entire Set on, Trang-Oul’s Scales grants you a 25% Physical Damage Resistance.
Trang-Oul’s Guise (Set Bone Visage)
Minimum Strength: 106
Level Requirement: 65
25% Faster Hit Recovery
Replenish Life +5
+150 to Mana
Attacker Takes Damage of 20
Analysis: One of the weaker items from the Set. It does add a nice boost to characters that use Mana, but after Level 65, you shouldn’t be having problems with Mana. The 25% Faster Hit Recovery mod is nice, but its largest drawback is that it lacks any boosts to Resistances.
Trang-Oul’s Scales (Set Chaos Armor)
Minimum Strength: 84
Level Requirement: 49
+150% Enhanced Defense
40% Faster Run/Walk
Poison Resist +40%
+100 Defense vs. Missile
+2 to Summoning Skills (Necromancer Only)
Lightning Resist +50% (3 items)
Damage Reduced by 25% (Complete Set)
Analysis: Chaos Armor usually has a very high Strength Requirement, but the Requirements -40% mod makes this armor more accessible. The 40% Faster Run/Walk is rare in body armor, but couple this with a pair of nice boots that has a good Faster Run/Walk bonus and you’ll be flying around the place. Add to that a very nice +40% to Poison Resistance and +100 Defense vs. Missile, and you’ve got a decent body armor. Wear two other items and you even get a whopping +50% to Lightning Resistance.