For Diablo II ring, see Stone of Jordan (Diablo II).

The Stone of Jordan is a Legendary ring in Diablo III. It requires character level 60 to drop.

As of patch 2.1, it is one of the few rings to roll 5 Primary affixes.

As of patch 2.4.3, it has three guaranteed rolls besides a main stat:

  • It can roll increased damage against elitesUnity is the only other ring that can roll this stat. The 25–30% bonus on this ring is the second largest elite damage bonus in the game after the 40–50% bonus from The Furnace. This bonus cannot be rerolled.
  • It rolls a class-appropriate 15–20% Elemental Damage bonus. No other ring rolls this stat.

These guaranteed rolls make it a potent endgame ring for builds that do not rely on Bastions of Will or Legacy of Nightmares.

As of patch 2.6.9, it also gained a unique power, sort of a reversed passive skill One With Everything: all damage bonuses to Elemental Damage done by skills are equal to the highest one. This is especially potent for builds revolving around Convention of Elements and multiple Elemental Damage types. Note that for the CoE effect, the additional damage bonus will not count as a static highest one, so only one element is empowered at a time.

Stats (Level 60)[edit | edit source]

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Stone of Jordan
Legendary Ring


  • Increases damage against elites by 25–30%
  • One of 3 Magic Properties (varies):
  • One of 7 Magic Properties (varies):
    • Physical skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Poison skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Lightning skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Cold skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Fire skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Arcane skills deal 15–20% more damage.
    • Holy skills deal 15–20% more damage.
  • One of 7 Magic Properties (varies):
  • Each of Elemental Damage bonus is equal to the highest static Elemental bonus to skill.
  • +2 Random Magic Properties

The Stone of Jordan is far more valuable than its appearance would suggest. Men have given much to possess it.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

This section contains facts and trivia relevant to this article.
  • The ring's description is possibly a reference to the item's worth in the game — the original Diablo II ring was considered very valuable as well.
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