Diablo 3 Convert Set Item Recipe

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If you’re a fan of Diablo 3, you know that the new expansion pack, Reaper of Souls, brings with it some great new features. 

One of the coolest is the ability to convert set items into other forms. Here’s a quick guide on how to do it.

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How to Convert a Set Item in Diablo 3?

You may transform existing items into new ones with Kanai’s Cube, a potent artifact of Horadric inventiveness. You may also extract and use the powers of legendary items. Transforms a Set Item into another item belonging to the same Set. 

This recipe only functions with sets of three or more pieces. Natalya’s Embrace, for instance, would be changed into an additional piece of Natalya’s Vengeance set at random.

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Can Convert Set Item Be Primal?

Yes, with the exception of items made by jewelers and blacksmiths [1]. Craftable items can’t be reforged. 

In reality, all of the game’s recipes—aside from the one that ensures no ancient—allow you to obtain primal. That recipe is “Convert Set Item.”

What Do You Do With Set Items in Diablo 3?

In Kanai’s Cube, Set Items can be transmuted to extract their Legendary powers (if they have any), reforge the items (with a possibility for Ancient items), upgrade a Rare item to (perhaps) a set piece, or randomly transform a set piece into another item of the same set.

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Matthew Paxton
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