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Question About Hybrid Runewords

Discussion in 'Diablo 1 & 2' started by barretsmile, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. barretsmile Gems: 1/31
    Latest gem: Turquoise

    Nov 3, 2017
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    Hi guys. So I have a basic understanding of how hybrid runewords came to be - I think.

    As far as I know, at one point you would essentially have for example an enigma with 3 open sockets and none of the actual rune attributes that make it up. Why then would anyone socket it with durress runes? Why not keep a 3 socket enigma and then socket it with 3x Ber runes or Jah runes or nice jewels?

    Or am I way off and actually have no understanding of how they were made?

    Thanks everyone

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