A Tir rune is a low rune which can be socketed into equipment in Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. Some popular rune words use Tir runes, but the value of Tir runes is limited by how frequently they drop.
Effects[edit | edit source]
|Weapon||+2 To Mana After Each Kill|
|Body armor or helm||+2 To Mana After Each Kill|
|Shield||+2 To Mana After Each Kill|
Socketing an item with a Tir rune increases the item's level requirement to 13, unless it was already higher.
Sources[edit | edit source]
The Countess's extra rune drops on any difficulty can include Tir runes.
The Hellforge on normal difficulty has a 1 in 11 chance to drop a Tir rune as part of its quest reward.
The Act 2 Good treasure class has a chance to drop a Tir rune, as do higher Good treasure classes.
Rune Words[edit | edit source]
Tir runes are used in fourteen rune words.
- Beast 'BerTirUmMalLum' axe, scepter or hammer
- Crescent Moon 'ShaelUmTir' axe, sword or polearm
- Edge 'TirTalAmn' missile weapon (ladder only)
- Grief 'EthTirLoMalRal' sword or axe (ladder only)
- Harmony 'TirIthSolKo' missile weapon (ladder only)
- Honor 'AmnElIthTirSol' melee weapon
- Insight 'RalTirTalSol' polearm or staff (ladder only)
- Leaf 'TirRal' staff
- Nadir 'NefTir' helm
- Prudence 'MalTir' body armor
- Silence 'DolEldHelIstTirVex' weapon
- Steel 'TirEl' sword, axe or mace
- Strength 'AmnTir' melee weapon
- Wealth 'LemKoTir' body armor
Recipes[edit | edit source]
Tir runes are used in three Horadric Cube recipes.
- Transmute three Tir runes to create one Nef rune.
- Transmute a magic blunt weapon (club, hammer, mace, scepter, wand or staff), a jewel, a Tir rune, and a perfect sapphire to create a crafted Hit Power weapon.
- Transmute a magic rod (scepter, wand or staff), a jewel, a Tir rune, and a perfect amethyst to create a crafted Caster weapon.