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How does Mana Steal work?

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Take the staff Serpent Lord for example. It has a 100% mana steal modifier on it.

Does this mean that it steals 100% of the monster’s mana? Or my own mana?

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Take the staff Serpent Lord for example. It has a 100% mana steal modifier on it.

Does this mean that it steals 100% of the monster’s mana? Or my own mana?

Answeredby Udyret1 month agoGo to post
it's based on your damage.
Mana Stolen
Mana Stolen per hit returns mana to the equipping player character based on a percentage of final physical attack damage applied: if a target takes no physical attack damage, no mana is returned.

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it's based on your damage.
Mana Stolen

Mana Stolen per hit returns mana to the equipping player character based on a percentage of final physical attack damage applied: if a target takes no physical attack damage, no mana is returned.

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Udyret answered perfectly.
Take into account that your damage is "rolled" between 2-11 and then the physical damage reduction of a monster is substracted.
For example, a "Wraith" has 50% physical damage reduction on normal and 100% on hell.
So you could "leech" mana between 1-and 6 mana on normal and nothing at all on hell, because he is physically immune!


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Sabcoll wrote: 1 month ago
So you could "leech" mana between 1-and 6 mana on normal and nothing at all on hell, because he is physically immune!
Just to continue to add to the information in this thread. This can be countered by lowering or breaking the immunity for the monster, for undeads and specifically for those pesky Wraiths, this can be done with the Sanctuary Aura that completely bypasses undeads resistances. Using a Lawbringer on an Act V mercenary will do the trick for example.


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Ha, nice addition @Tavron.
It's all those little details i love about D2.

To give the general recommendation, for casters/chars who do not rely on the physical component of their damage it is recommended to stick with "Mana after each kill".
This is often overseen especially by Javas or Icemaidens, who deal little physical but a lot of elemental damage.
Even though the Pierce of their Arrows/spears might contribute, MaeK is the better way to go.


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Sabcoll wrote: 1 month ago
Ha, nice addition @Tavron.
It's all those little details i love about D2.

To give the general recommendation, for casters/chars who do not rely on the physical component of their damage it is recommended to stick with "Mana after each kill".
This is often overseen especially by Javas or Icemaidens, who deal little physical but a lot of elemental damage.
Even though the Pierce of their Arrows/spears might contribute, MaeK is the better way to go.
this. and herd those monsters into one big pack so you can murder them mana efficiently.

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