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Diablo 2: Resurrected Horadric Cube recipe list and guide

ZackMorlin

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Diablo 2: Resurrected is an incredible remaster of the original game, and a comfortable entry point into the Diablo universe for those interested in checking out this series ahead of next year's hotly anticipated release of Diablo 4. If you are tough enough to get past the Act 1 boss Andariel, you'll be able to pick up the Horadric Cube just a bit later in Act 2, and it remains with your character throughout the rest of the game.
The Horadric Cube is one of the most powerful tools available to your character, allowing you to craft items, upgrade runes and gems, socket items, and much more with the press of its Transmute button. It can be held on your person for a nifty inventory slot upgrade, or it can be held in your stash; wherever you decide to keep it, it will work in the same way.
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Horadric Cube rune recipes
From El rune to Ort rune, all you need is three runes in the cube when you press the Transmute button to create the next rune in the hierarchy. For example, three El runes become one Eld rune. Three Eld runes become one Tir rune, and so forth.
3 El = 1 Eld
3 Eld = 1 Tir
3 Tir = 1 Nef
3 Nef = 1 Eth
3 Eth = 1 Ith
3 Ith = 1 Tal
3 Tal = 1 Ral
3 Ral = 1 Ort
3 Ort = 1 Thul

This changes at the point you which to create Amn and anything higher, which requires a chipped gem in order to upgrade to the next rune. The recipes for crafting the following runes are:
3 Thul + 1 Chipped Topaz = 1 Amn
3 Amn + 1 Chipped Amethyst = 1 Sol
3 Sol + 1 Chipped Sapphire = 1 Shael
3 Shael + 1 Chipped Ruby = 1 Dol
3 Dol + 1 Chipped Emerald = 1 Hel
3 Hel + 1 Chipped Diamond = 1 Io

From Lum and above, flawed gems are required for upgrades:
3 Io + 1 Flawed Topaz = 1 Lum
3 Lum + 1 Flawed Amethyst = 1 Ko
3 Ko + 1 Flawed Sapphire = 1 Fal
3 Fal + 1 Flawed Ruby = 1 Lem
3 Lem + 1 Flawed Emerald = 1 Pul
2 Pul + 1 Flawed Diamond = 1 Um

Once you need to craft Mal, you will need plain gems:
2 Um + 1 Topaz = 1 Mal
2 Mal + 1 Amethyst = 1 Ist
2 Ist + 1 Sapphire = 1 Gul
2 Gul + 1 Ruby = 1 Vex
2 Vex + 1 Emerald = 1 Ohm
2 Ohm + 1 Diamond = 1 Lo

The final five and rarest of the rune recipes require flawless gems as part of the upgrade:
2 Lo + 1 Flawless Topaz = 1 Sur
2 Sur + 1 Flawless Amethyst = 1 Ber
2 Ber + 1 Flawless Sapphire = 1 Jah
2 Jah + 1 Flawless Ruby = 1 Cham
2 Cham + 1 Flawless Emerald = 1 Zod

Horadric Cube gem recipes
Chipped gems begin dropping in Act 1 Normal, moving all the way up to perfect gems as you progress through the game. Chipped gems actually become extremely rare outside of Normal difficulty, so keep a good stash as you will need them throughout the game. The Horadric Cube can be used to upgrade gems if you find yourself needing better quality.
We'll use the Ruby as an example for the recipes below, but rest assured the same holds true for all gems, including skulls. The rule of thumb is that you need 3 of any particular gem to upgrade it to its superior quality:
3 Chipped Ruby = 1 Flawed Ruby
3 Flawed Ruby = 1 Ruby
3 Ruby = 1 Flawless Ruby
3 Flawless Ruby = 1 Perfect Ruby

Horadric Cube repair and recycling recipes
In the early game, gold can be hard to come by. Since your items degrade at a fairly quick pace, repairing at a vendor might be out of the question. Luckily, you can repair and recharge equipment with the Horadric Cube. Note that these recipes will not work on Ethereal items; once they're broken, they're broken forever.
In terms of recharging, this has to do with items that have skills under the "Charge" category. For example, a staff might have Teleport skill charges that can be used by any character regardless of class.
1 Ral Rune + 1 Armor = 1 Repaired Armor
1 Ral Rune + 1 Flawed Gem + 1 Armor = 1 Repaired/Recharged Armor
1 Ort Rune + 1 Weapon = 1 Repaired Weapon
1 Ort Rune + 1 Chipped Gem + 1 Weapon = 1 Repaired/Recharged Armor

In a similar manner, you can combine items to create other dispensables and consumables. For example, you can turn bolts into arrows and vice versa. Here are some helpful recipes to recycle your junk.
2 Arrow Quivers = 1 Bolt Quiver
2 Bolt Quivers = 1 Arrow Quiver
1 Strangling Gas Potion + 1 Healing Potion = 1 Antidote Potion
1 Axe + 1 Dagger = 1 Bundle Throwing Axes
1 Spear + 1 Arrow Quiver = 1 Bundle Javelins
3 Health Potions + 3 Mana Potions + 1 Chipped Gem = 1 Rejuvenation Potion
3 Health Potions + 3 Mana Potions + 1 Regular Gem = 1 Full Rejuvenation Potion
3 Rejuvenation Potions = 1 Full Rejuvenation Potion

This also works for more important items like rings, amulets, and rare items.
3 Magic Rings = 1 Random Magic Amulet
3 Magic Amulets = 1 Random Magic Ring
3 Perfect Gems + 1 Magic Item = 1 Random Magic Item (same type)
6 Perfect Skull + 1 Rare Item = 1 Random Rare Item (same type, low quality)
1 Perfect Skull + 1 Stone of Jordan Ring + 1 Rare Item = 1 Random Rar
 

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