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2-Eld25-Gul8-Ral

Principle (Paladin) [Runewords(Runes)]

2-Eld25-Gul8-Ral
100% Chance To Cast Level 5 Holy Bolt On Striking
+2 To Paladin Skill Levels
+50% Damage to Undead
+100-150 To Life (varies)
15% Slower Stamina Drain
+5% To Maximum Poison Resist
Fire Resist +30%
Principle
(Paladin)

Server

Price 0.31 USD

What is Principle Runeword in Diablo 2 Resurrected?

Principle runeword is intended for the Paladin class. This rune word may be less difficult to construct than Enigma or Chains of Honor, but a Gul Rune is still quite a rare find. Still, the +2 to Paladin skills and life bonus would come in quite handy for any Paladin who has to get close to his foes.

How To Make a Principle Runeword in D2R?

You will need to socket Ral + Gul + Eld Runes in that order on 3 Socket Body Armor (Paladin only) to make the Principle Runeword.

What is Principle (Paladin) Runeword Good For?

Principle Rune Word is one of the highest-level class-specific runewords in Diablo II: Resurrected, requiring a minimum level of 55 to use. However, it is widely regarded as one of the least effective class-specific runewords in the game, as there are typically better chest armor options available by the time players reach this level.

While it may not be the most powerful or desirable runeword for Paladins in the endgame, Principle can still be a useful armor option for lower levels or as a starter runeword. With its +2 to Paladin skills and bonus of 100-150 to base life, it can provide a significant boost to survivability and combat effectiveness for Paladins early on in the game.

The principle can be a solid budget armor option for Paladins who cannot afford more expensive runewords such as Chains of Honor. While it may not be the most powerful or desirable option in the long run, it can still provide valuable bonuses to Paladin skills and base life in the early game.

D2R Principle (Paladin) Runeword Bases

Here are the base items can be used for socketing Principle in Diablo 2 Resurrected:

3 Socket Body Armor (Paladin only)

What Base (Weapon) is Best for Principle in D2R?

Here are the best bases for Principle to achieve different effects for different classes and specs in Diablo 2 Resurrected:

If you find a 'Superior' piece of armor with +Enhanced Defense, a Superior Weapon with +Enhanced Damage, or a Helm/Weapon that has +Skill bonuses for a certain class, these bonuses will be retained when creating the final runeword. Additionally, it's possible to 'ebug' a piece of Ethereal Armor, which will increase the defense bonuses by 50%. 

Prudence Rune Word is considered to be one of the better mid-level runewords in Diablo 2 Resurrected, partly because it provides significant defensive boosts and partly because it is an ideal runeword for ebugged armor. The high defense rating of ebugged armor, combined with the defensive bonuses from Prudence, can make for a highly effective armor option for mid-level characters.


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