There are many different endgame configurations that can be used in Diablo 2: Resurrected, and some of those endgame configurations have changed ever since the Sundering Charms were introduced during Ladder Season 2 of the game. It is now possible to construct a greater variety of one-of-a-kind builds, while the power of certain builds has either remained the same or even been increased. The Chain Lightning Sorceress is now at a point in the game where victory or defeat is certain.
Put together the chain of lightning.
Since the introduction of the very first Diablo game, players of the Sorceress class have universally agreed that the Chain Lightning build is one of the most potent options they have at their disposal. Now that you have the Sundering Charms, it’s even better than it was before. Chain Lightning, the primary ability you’ll be utilizing, is actually all you’ll need because it sweeps through groups of enemies and eliminates them all with a single burst of electricity. This makes Chain Lightning the only ability you’ll need.
You will need to have at least level 94 under your belt in order to finish the skill tree synergies for Chain Lightning, which is one of the most demanding builds. If you want to complete these synergies, click here. Chain Lightning works well in conjunction with Lightning, Nova, and Charged Bolt, which are the other abilities that have synergies with it. It goes without saying that you’ll also need to hone your skills in Lightning Mastery, but you should probably start practicing now. After you have completed the synergies, it is strongly recommended that you use any remaining skill points to level up your Warmth ability.
Equipment: Helm adorned with the Eye of the Griffon and the Crest of the Harlequin
Crescent Moon (ShaelUmTir on Axe/Sword/Polearm) / Eschuta’s Temper / Ormus’ Robe Armor: Chains of Honor (DolUmBerIst) / Skin of the Vipermagi / Crescent Moon (ShaelUmTir on Axe/Sword/Polearm) Weapon: Crescent Moon (ShaelUmTir on Axe/
The names of the gloves are Magefist and Trang-Oul’s Claws respectively. There are many different kinds of footwear, including the Arachnid Mesh Sandstorm Trek boots, Aldur’s Advance boots, and Rare resist boots. Belt:
Amulet: Mara’s Kaleidoscope / Rare FCR+2 skill amulet / Crafted FCR(+20%)+2 skill amulet
Swap: Stone of Jordan, Bul-Kathos’ Wedding Band, and a rare FCR ring for “Call to Arms” (AmnRalMalIstOhm) and “Spirit” (TalThulOrtAmn). Stone of Jordan, Bul-Kathos’ Wedding Band, and a Rare FCR ring are the names of the three rings.
Setting up your equipment for the Chain Lightning build can be difficult because you won’t be using Energy Shield to absorb damage. As a result, you have to meet the 117% FCR breakpoint while maintaining high resists. This can be difficult to accomplish. This is due to the fact that you will not be utilizing Energy Shield. Despite this, the introduction of Sundering Charms allowed for a greater selection of Diablo 2 items to be chosen from.
The optimal build for the character utilizes the equipment that is highlighted in bold and can be found above. One last thing to keep in mind is that whenever it is possible, you should outfit yourself with Rainbow Facet jewels. These jewels enable you to deal an additional 5% lightning damage and reduce the lightning resistance of your opponents by an additional 5%. Always check that you have the Annihilus, the Hellfire Torch, Lightning skill charms, life/mana charms, and resist charms in your inventory.
If you have enough room in your inventory for all of your gear, the best use of your stat points would be to boost your vitality.
You will typically need to have a strength rating of 156 in order to equip either the Monarch Spirit or the Phoenix. This rating takes into account all of your additional stats and determines whether or not you are eligible to equip one of these Diablo 2 resurrected items . If the idea of having to spend stat points on Strength makes you queasy, then you will have to learn to be content with making use of the Lidless Wall instead. You will have to learn to be content with using it.
Andariel’s Visage, Tal Rasha’s Horadric Crest, Vampire Gaze, and Crown of Thieves are the four facets that comprise the Helm. Fortitude (ElSolDolLo), Treachery (ShaelThulLem), and Gloom (FalUmPul) are the names of the three types of armor. Andariel’s Visage, Tal Rasha’s Horadric Crest, Vampire Gaze, and Crown of Thieves are the four facets that comprise the Helm.
The name of the weapon is “Infinity,” also known as “BerMalBerIst.”
Ethereal equipment is preferable to use on your mercenaries due to its increased durability and the fact that, unlike regular equipment, it does not deteriorate over time. This makes it an ideal choice for use on your mercenaries.
It is absolutely necessary to make use of your mercenaries when you are going for the endgame, and this is especially true when playing a single-element build such as the Chain Lightning Sorceress. The mercenary that is utilized for the Chain Lightning build contains the rune word “Infinity” at both the beginning and the end of its construction. Because of the Level 12 Conviction aura that Infinity bestows, your Sorceress will have a significantly easier time tracking down and eliminating her adversaries. This aura brings the total amount of resistance the enemy possesses down by 85%. It is still effective against foes that do not have immunity to lightning, despite the fact that using the Lightning Sundered Charm causes the effect of the Conviction aura to be reduced to 1/5 when used on enemies that are immune to lightning.
Despite the fact that Infinity can be made on a variety of different base equipment, the Mancatcher has become the most popular base equipment ever since the 2.5 patch. It also inflicts a respectable amount of damage, making it the one with the quickest attack speed. In addition to the Mancatcher, some other bases that are recommended to use include the Cryptic Axe, the Great Poleaxe, the Giant Thresher, and the Thresher. Be aware that when you use Infinity on the mercenary, the -x% reduction in the lightning resistance of enemies is rendered ineffective. Instead, you should focus on monitoring the increased damage that is being dealt by the mercenary.
There is a wide variety of choices when it comes to helms and armor; however, Andariel’s Visage and Fortitude should be your primary focus at all times. It would be irresponsible to ignore the increased attack speed and life steal that come from Andariel’s Visage, as well as the increased damage that comes from Fortitude. Both of these benefits come from Andariel’s Visage. You will need to make a socket on Andariel’s Visage so that you can insert a Ral rune or a jewel that provides an additional 30 percent fire resistance and 15 percent attack speed into it. This will allow you to compensate for the loss of 30 percent of your fire resistance that you experienced when you equipped Andariel’s Visage.