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Diablo II items check list

JackyJ

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Diablo II items check list

I created this list a while ago because I wanted to collect all the items in the game.

http://www.cs.utah.edu/~witkowsk/files/d2ItemsList.pdf

I figured some of you might find it useful for whatever purpose. It is in PDF form for easy printing. There's a line next to each item in case you want to record specific stats for each item (i.e. %ED, +skills) so you can know if you have a better version of the item stashed somewhere.

Enjoy.
 

essojay

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There's a program called Flavie that does this but this is nice too.

A rune or runeword list might be helpful too.
 

Humphrey

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I use Medieval Mart and Flavie myself (link in the 1.10 grail thread or the Atma thread).
The spaces you've left on yours are a very good idea though. Medieval Mart has not got a place to record the stats of an item. I'd like to know which of mine are perfect, but I suppose I'm just going to have to look through them all to find out.

Actually, if I had a printer set up, I could have really used your list earlier today! I was listing all the items I had recieved through giveaways/trades, so they didn't get mixed up with my grail, I had to write them all out by hand. Might print your list out on monday (going somewhere with a printer) and re-do the list of recieved items on it.
 

JackyJ

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essojay said:
There's a program called Flavie that does this but this is nice too.

A rune or runeword list might be helpful too.

I do have runes and runewords in there, but they're just kind of thrown in there with the rest of the items; nothing special.

Humphrey said:
I use Medieval Mart and Flavie myself (link in the 1.10 grail thread or the Atma thread).
The spaces you've left on yours are a very good idea though. Medieval Mart has not got a place to record the stats of an item. I'd like to know which of mine are perfect, but I suppose I'm just going to have to look through them all to find out.

Actually, if I had a printer set up, I could have really used your list earlier today! I was listing all the items I had recieved through giveaways/trades, so they didn't get mixed up with my grail, I had to write them all out by hand. Might print your list out on monday (going somewhere with a printer) and re-do the list of recieved items on it.

I'm glad it could have been useful to someone besides me. :D
I did check out that Medieval Mart file, but it's a little too fancy for my tastes. I justed wanted something simple. :)

I put a zip file up there too with .sxc and .xls files in case you want to modify the list to make it smaller or customize it a little better to fit your needs. I haven't put the Standard of Heroes or the ingredients in the list yet, so you may want to do that.

http://www.cs.utah.edu/~witkowsk/files/d2ItemsList.zip

Have fun.
 

Jude

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This should be handy. We Mac players can't use most of the programs that other Diablo II players use, so lists are good! Thanks.
Jude

JackyJ said:
I do have runes and runewords in there, but they're just kind of thrown in there with the rest of the items; nothing special.



I'm glad it could have been useful to someone besides me. :D
I did check out that Medieval Mart file, but it's a little too fancy for my tastes. I justed wanted something simple. :)

I put a zip file up there too with .sxc and .xls files in case you want to modify the list to make it smaller or customize it a little better to fit your needs. I haven't put the Standard of Heroes or the ingredients in the list yet, so you may want to do that.

http://www.cs.utah.edu/~witkowsk/files/d2ItemsList.zip

Have fun.