Magical Impact

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Mighty Impact is a Tier 4 skill from the Wizard's Conjuring skill tree, increasing critical hit damage.

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Background[edit | edit source]

Diablo III Skill [e]
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Mighty Impact

Passive, 5 ranks

Used by: Wizard
Skill Description:
Increases critical hit damage by X%.
Skill Details:
Type: Damage increase
Quantity: None
Effect: Self
School: Arcane
Resource cost: None
Cast time: None
Duration: None
Cooldown: None
Synergies: All damage spells
Requires: Intensify
Prereq of: N/A

With the help of conjuration, the Wizard increases the brute force of all her magical spells, increasing the chance they will damage vital parts of her enemies when they hit.

Skill Design[edit | edit source]

Critical hits are a major component of damage dealt in Diablo 3. They're not just for physical damage any more, and critical hits of all types deal extra damage, as well as creating bonus magical effects. That said, some types seem like better bonuses than others, so certain builds of Wizards would probably benefit more from this skill than other builds.

Skill Rank Table[edit | edit source]

Synergies[edit | edit source]

  • None known.

Skill Rune Effects[edit | edit source]

  • None known.

Development[edit | edit source]

Magical Impact was first shown at BlizzCon 2008. It was unfortunately too high level to try out by the fans.

Come BlizzCon 2009, it was renamed Mighty Impact, but unfortunately still impossible to try out in the demo at the event. The major difference is that the old version was aimed at making weapon damage part of the deal for Wizards, adding a percentage of the weapon damage in the spell damage. Instead, the focus has shifted to critical hit damage.

See the latest version of the spell here.

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