Bezoar Stone


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Bezoar Stone.

Bezoar Stone is a legendary spirit stone that can be found in Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls. This item can only be equipped by the Monk, and will only very rarely drop for any class other than the Monk.

The Smart Drop system ensures that spirit stones will usually roll with Dexterity, or at least never roll with Strength or Intelligence. Any bonus skill damage will be tuned to Monk skills as well.

Bezoar Stone properties[edit]

This Spirit Stone has no legendary affix and is one of the few items in the game with 4 inherent primary affixes, thus leaving zero room for any random primary affixes. This item is very seldom used by end game characters, and most of the Stones in use have seen the Area Damage enchanted into much more valuable Critical hit Chance.

  • All stats listed in the database scale up to the level of this item when dropped.
  • See the sample screenshots below to see how this belt will roll at level 70.

Bezoar Stone: Legendary Spirit Stone

  • Minimum Item Level: 50
  • Armor: 232–254

Primary Affixes:

  • +240–269 Dexterity
  • Chance to Deal 10–16% Area Damage on Hit.
  • One of 2 Magic Properties (varies)
    • +3% Life
    • +4% Life
  • One of 7 Magic Properties (varies)
    • Reduces resource cost of Cyclone Strike by 1–3 Spirit
    • Increases Way of the Hundred Fists Damage by 5–8%
    • Increases Sweeping Wind Damage by 5–8%
    • Increases Exploding Palm Damage by 5–8%
    • Increases Crippling Wave Damage by 5–8%
    • Increases Deadly Reach Damage by 5–8%
    • Increases Fists of Thunder Damage by 5–8%

Secondary Affixes:

  • +2 random secondary affixes
  • Legendary Affix: None.

This stone has passed through much to attain its magical properties.

Salvages into:

Item Examples[edit]

Several examples of this item can be seen below. View more samples of the Bezoar Stone via DiabloNut's armory.



In history, a Bezoar Stone was an object thought to have magical powers to cure or neutralize any poison. The root word comes from Arabic for "antidote." The term was popularized in recent years when one was featured as a poison cure in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

It's thus fairly odd that this item in Diablo 3 has nothing to do with poison resistance. Presumably the item was named early in development and planned as an anti-poison piece of armor, but that effect got lost in development and only the now irrelevant name remains.


This item does not have a unique model or texture, using a generic Spirit Stone graphic.