Diablo II Resurrected is a very loot-heavy game. The countless items available in the game come with different properties that let players customize their characters and come up with different builds, but it often requires quite a bit of time and effort to find the perfect item for any specific build.
Charms play a rather important role in the customization mechanics featured in Diablo II Resurrected, as they somewhat streamline the whole process. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
What Are Charms in Diablo II Resurrected
As already mentioned, Charms play a big role in the character customization process in Diablo II Resurrected, as they can be found rather easily in a variety of locations and situations.
Charms come in three different sizes, Grand Charm, Large Charm, and Small Charm, and they need to be in your inventory to be of any use, as their effects will be applied only if you carry them with you. Given the limited size of your inventory, managing Charms and their sizes has been extremely important ever since the first few days of the original Diablo II and continues to be so in Resurrected. Do remember that Charm effects do stack, so you can come up with all sorts of builds using them properly.
How to Reroll Charms
If for some reason, you have received a Charm with a property you need for your build, but the property itself isn’t all that good, you can easily reroll Charms of Magic quality with the help of the Horadric Cube. You can do so by using the Magic quality Charm and three Perfect Gems as ingredients. If you’re lucky, you will get a Charm that’s better than the original one used as an ingredient, potentially cutting some grinding time.