And browse around a bit, more questions like the one you've asked above
are anwered there.
>Thanks for being patient
May 5, 2005 6:15:11 AM
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I believe that it's been available since the 1.09.
But the recipe you quoted is ofcourse correct. Also just remember that when
you do the removal of the Gem/Rune/Jewel you lose it. It doesn't end back up
in your inventory.
Jake Mysterio - The Mysterious One of Nothingness.
"Patrick Vervoorn" <patrick.vervoorn@NOSPAM.perihelion.demon.nl> wrote in
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Gincairn <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I've not seen in mentioned in the manual so chances are it's not possible
> It has not been available from the first version of Diablo 2, so you won't
> find it in the printed manual. But since patch 1.10 (and not before, but I
> could be wrong?) a method is available.
>>But is there any way in which you can remove a gem once you have placed it
>>in some armour etc?
>>I figure i might as well ask cos otherwise i won't learn nuttin.
> There's a cube recipe which does just that:
> 1 Hel Rune + Scroll of Town Portal + Any Socketed Item = Unsocket that
> Warning: This will destroy any gems, runes, or jewels you have socketed.
> This is useful if you are not happy with the gems you have socketed and
> you want to socket the item in another way.
> This is from the Arreat Summit, see:
> And browse around a bit, more questions like the one you've asked above
> are anwered there.
>>Thanks for being patient
> No problem.