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'''Ranslor's Folly''' are [[Legendary Items|legendary]] [[bracers]] in ''[[Diablo III]]'', available at [[character level]] 70 as of patch 2.2.0.
'''Ranslor's Folly''' were originally supposed to be a [[season]]al (Season 2-exclusive) [[legendary]] [[bracers]] in ''[[Diablo III]]'', available at [[character level]] 70. However, they did not appear in patch 2.1.2, [[Halo of Arlyse]] taking place of a [[Wizard]]-specific Seasonal item. This item has been moved to the Season Three instead.
 
   
The unique affix, apparently, makes [[Energy Twister]] an effective [[Crowd Control]] skill. It is likely that pulling enemies in counts as [[Knockback]].
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They were originally supposed to be introduced during the [[Season]] Two, but did not appear in patch 2.1.2, [[Halo of Arlyse]] taking place of a [[Wizard]]-specific Seasonal item. This item has been moved to the Season Three instead. Once Season Three ended, it started to drop for non-Seasonal characters as well.
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The unique affix makes [[Energy Twister]] an effective [[Crowd Control]] skill. Multiple Twisters do not grant extra pulls, each enemy becoming immune to the Ranslor's Folly effects (from the same Wizard) for 5 seconds after being pulled.
   
 
==Stats (Level 70)==
 
==Stats (Level 70)==
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*366-421 Armor
 
*366-421 Armor
   
{{Magic|Properties:
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{{Magic block|
*{{Legendary|[[Energy Twister]] periodically pulls in an enemy within 30 yards. An enemy can only be pulled in this way once every 5 seconds.}}
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Properties:
*+5 Random Magic Properties}}
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*[[Critical Hit]] Chance Increased by 4.5–6.0%
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*{{Legendary|[[Energy Twister]] does {{magic|225-300%}} more damage and periodically [[Knockback|pulls in]] an enemy within 30 yards. An enemy can only be pulled in this way once every 5 seconds.}}
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*One of 3 Magic Properties (varies):
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**+416–500 [[Dexterity]]
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**+416–500 [[Strength]]
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**+416–500 [[Intelligence]]
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*+3 Random Magic Properties
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''[[Ranslor]], the chief crafter to the High [[Vizjerei]], was concerned that the power contained within these bracers would prove too much for even the most seasoned [[warrior]], so he scoured waterfront taverns for unfortunate [[soul]]s to test them. After several catastrophic failures, he was so certain he had solved the problem he tried them himself. The bracers were found by his assistant in a pile of ash.''
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{{D3ItemText|[[Ranslor]], the chief crafter to the High [[Vizjerei]], was concerned that the power contained within these bracers would prove too much for even the most seasoned [[warrior]], so he scoured waterfront taverns for unfortunate [[soul]]s to test them. After several catastrophic failures, he was so certain he had solved the problem he tried them himself. The bracers were found by his assistant in a pile of ash.}}
   
 
==Development==
 
==Development==
 
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They were previously known as "Lucky Bowman's Armscales." Some of the stats were the same, but the item was description was different, which read as follows:
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They were previously known as "Lucky Bowman's Armscales." Some of the stats were the same, but the item description was different, which read as follows:
   
''The overlapping leather scales of these bracers have been worn smooth by thousands of bow string strikes. But peel back the scales, and their secret lies revealed—the soft side of the leather is covered in intricate runework that could only trace back to the [[Túr Dúlra]] in [[Scosglen]]." — [[Deckard Cain]]<ref>[http://db.d.163.com/en/item/lucky-bowmans-armscales.html Lucky Bowman's Armscales], ''D3.163.com''. Accessed on 2015-03-11</ref>
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{{D3ItemText|"The overlapping leather scales of these bracers have been worn smooth by thousands of bow string strikes. But peel back the scales, and their secret lies revealed—the soft side of the leather is covered in intricate runework that could only trace back to the [[Túr Dúlra]] in [[Scosglen]]." — [[Deckard Cain]]<ref>[http://db.d.163.com/en/item/lucky-bowmans-armscales.html Lucky Bowman's Armscales], ''D3.163.com''. Accessed on 2015-03-11</ref>}}
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Seasonal Items]]

Latest revision as of 01:43, March 4, 2020

Ranslor's Folly are legendary bracers in Diablo III, available at character level 70 as of patch 2.2.0.

They were originally supposed to be introduced during the Season Two, but did not appear in patch 2.1.2, Halo of Arlyse taking place of a Wizard-specific Seasonal item. This item has been moved to the Season Three instead. Once Season Three ended, it started to drop for non-Seasonal characters as well.

The unique affix makes Energy Twister an effective Crowd Control skill. Multiple Twisters do not grant extra pulls, each enemy becoming immune to the Ranslor's Folly effects (from the same Wizard) for 5 seconds after being pulled.

Stats (Level 70)Edit

RanslorFolly

Ranslor's Folly
Legendary Bracers

  • 366-421 Armor

Properties:

  • Critical Hit Chance Increased by 4.5–6.0%
  • Energy Twister does 225-300% more damage and periodically pulls in an enemy within 30 yards. An enemy can only be pulled in this way once every 5 seconds.
  • One of 3 Magic Properties (varies):
  • +3 Random Magic Properties

Ranslor, the chief crafter to the High Vizjerei, was concerned that the power contained within these bracers would prove too much for even the most seasoned warrior, so he scoured waterfront taverns for unfortunate souls to test them. After several catastrophic failures, he was so certain he had solved the problem he tried them himself. The bracers were found by his assistant in a pile of ash.

DevelopmentEdit

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This article contains information that is no longer relevant to gameplay, but is kept here for informational purposes.

They were previously known as "Lucky Bowman's Armscales." Some of the stats were the same, but the item description was different, which read as follows:

"The overlapping leather scales of these bracers have been worn smooth by thousands of bow string strikes. But peel back the scales, and their secret lies revealed—the soft side of the leather is covered in intricate runework that could only trace back to the Túr Dúlra in Scosglen." — Deckard Cain[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Lucky Bowman's Armscales, D3.163.com. Accessed on 2015-03-11
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