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How to Reset Stats and Skill Points
Unraveling the Mysteries of Resetting Attributes and Skill Points in Diablo II and Diablo II: Resurrected remains an enigmatic endeavor within the realms of the game.
Unlocking the potential of your character’s allocated points can be achieved through two distinct avenues. Delve into the following elucidation to discern the disparity between these methods and unravel the secrets of accomplishing both with finesse.
Akara, the esteemed priestess of the Sisterhood of the Sightless Eye, stands as the initial emissary to bestow upon you a sacred mission. Within the realm of Diablo II: Resurrected, she holds the unique distinction of being the sole NPC capable of bestowing upon your character the power to redefine their very essence – resetting both their formidable stats and invaluable skill points.
As a token of your triumph over the Den of Evil quest in Act I, this service is bestowed upon you. While the quest itself may not pose much challenge, the opportunity to reset your stats and skills via Akara is limited to a single occurrence in each difficulty level (Normal, Nightmare, and Hell). Hence, you can avail this exclusive service up to a maximum of three instances per character.
How to Make the Token of Absolution
Unlocking the potential of your character becomes a thrilling endeavor through the utilization of a Token of Absolution, the second enchanting technique to reset both your character’s stats and skill points. This invaluable item manifests solely within the realms of Diablo II: Resurrected and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction expansion, offering an exclusive pathway to liberation.
The Token of Absolution stands as a divine relic, coveted for its unparalleled scarcity within the game world, owed to the unfathomable difficulty in acquiring its elusive components. Each of these sacred ingredients manifests as a hard-earned spoils, bestowed only by the formidable Act Bosses themselves.
In the mystical Horadric Cube, lies the power to transmute these four items into a single token, granting you unimaginable craftsmanship.
While this technique allows for infinite character resets, acquiring the necessary components may necessitate embarking on numerous playthroughs owing to its exorbitantly meager drop rate.
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