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Best Necromancer Armor Sets, Ranked



Diablo 4 marks the latest addition to the much-loved Diablo series, following the iconic Diablo 3 and expanding on the ever-evolving story surrounding Hell and its inhabitants. However, the engaging storyline is not the only thing carried over from Diablo 3 to Diablo 4. Armor works in a similar way, with players finding pieces at random when looting or killing enemies. The rarity of these items ultimately determines their effectiveness, with most items not having set stats. This means that armor sets are based on personal aesthetic preferences. Players can transmogrify sets, making their appearance available at any time. Here are the top ten armor sets for the Necromancer to transmogrify and wear for purely aesthetic purposes.

10. Sturdy – This armor set is the least visually striking of all the Necromancer armor sets. It is very basic and unexciting. The baggy pants and thick gloves do nothing to show off the Necromancer’s body, which is covered in some pretty cool tattoos. The large crest on the helmet does not fit well with the Necromancer aesthetic, making this armor set the last choice for players.

9. Adventurer – This armor set does not scream Necromancer, but it does give characters an iconic adventurer look that many players may want. It is chunky and would probably be a lot for the frail frame of the Necromancer, but it looks pretty intimidating, so it gets some points there. The helmet for this armor set is also pretty unique, which makes it stand out from the other Necromancer armor sets.

8. Fur-Lined – This armor set is aesthetically pleasing, with a few fur-lined elements. The helmet embodies the Necromancer aesthetic and comes with some cool horns that make characters look extra badass as they raise their undead hordes. This armor set also has a few skulls dotted around to add to the Necromancer vibe.

7. Strider – This armor set is basic, but it’s a nice, casual look for Necromancers who want something that still says “Necromancer” without being too over the top. The helmet is chunky compared to the rest of the armor, and the colors are a little uninspired. However, once the set has been transmogrified, players will be able to customize the color scheme to their liking.

6. Sand-Worn – For players looking for a set that screams Necromancer, this armor set is perfect. The helmet makes characters look like the skeletons they raise, and even a couple of skulls hanging off the belt as an accessory. The original colors on this set are decent enough, but players that have a specific aesthetic will be able to transmogrify this set and make the color scheme their own.

5. Weathered – This armor set is another great choice for players looking to fully embody the Necromancer aesthetic. The helmet is super intimidating, and the default color scheme works pretty well with most Necromancer aesthetics. The armor has a few fur-lined pieces that make this a great set to don when going to the colder places, for players that like that element of realism.

4. Highland – The animal skull helmet with glowing eyes in this armor set is truly unique, especially when compared to the other armor sets and helmets available to the Necromancer. Players that want to go for an intimidating look have a lot of options in Diablo 4, but this helmet takes the cake for being one of the more creative design choices.

3. Covens – For Necromancers that simply can’t get enough of the skulls, this may be the armor set for them. With a well-fitted helmet designed to look like a skull, a bag of skulls hanging from the belt, and a skull on the shoulder-pad, this armor set is perfect for the Necromancer who has no shame in the work they do. The dark nature of this outfit is perfect for a dark, Necromantic aesthetic.

2. Boneweaver – With “bone” in the name, players should expect nothing less than full Necromancer aesthetic. The helmet, which makes characters look like skeletons wearing the most gorgeous crown, is truly unique. The royal blue and gold contribute to the fact. While the color scheme may not match the edgy Necromancer perfectly, it can always be modified once the set has been transmogrified.

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1. Etched – This armor set is the only Necromancer armor set that doesn’t completely cover the face or hair of the character. Players are invited to create their own characters, and having to cover all that would be a great shame. The simple nature of this armor set makes it a great candidate for players to focus on color instead. Plus, the vials of blood as an accessory are unique to this armor set and keep the Necromancer feel without being too overt.

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Diablo 4 is the most recent installment of the beloved Diablo franchise, following the iconic Diablo 3 and continuing the ever-evolving story about Hell and all its denizens. The engaging plot isn’t the only thing carried forward from Diablo 3 into Diablo 4however. Armor works much like as it did in the previous game, with players randomly finding pieces when looting or slaying enemies. Those pieces will vary in rarity, ultimately determining how good it is at doing its job. Most items themselves don’t have set stats.

This means that armor sets come down to personal aesthetic preferences. Players can transmogrify sets, making their appearance available at any time. These are the best armor sets for the Necromancer to transmogrify and wear, for purely aesthetic purposes.

10 Sturdy

diablo 4 necromancer sturdy armor set

This armor set lands last place on the list because it just isn’t as visually striking as some of the other Necromancer armor sets. It’s very basic and, frankly, pretty boring. The baggy pants and thick gloves do nothing to show off the Necromancer’s body, which is covered in some pretty cool tattoos that players may want to show off.

The helmet is another reason why this armor set just isn’t very appealing. The large crest just doesn’t fit the Necromancer aesthetic at all, making this armor set the last aesthetic players might gravitate towards.

9 Adventurer

diablo 4 necromancer adventurer armor set

While this armor set doesn’t exactly scream Necromancer, it does give characters that iconic adventurer look that many players may want to go for. It’s very chunky and would probably be a lot for the frail frame of the Necromancer, but it looks pretty intimidating, so it gets some points there.

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The helmet for this armor set is also pretty unique, which makes it stand out from the other Necromancer armor sets, but it lands so low on the list for the whole set not being quite unique enough.

8 Fur-Lined

diablo 4 necromancer fur-lined armor set

Despite only have a few fur-lined elements in the armor set, these pieces come together in an aesthetically pleasing way. For players that don’t mind their character’s face being covered, this armor set comes with a pretty sick helmet that definitely embodies the Necromancer aesthetic.

It even comes with some pretty cool horns, that will make characters look extra badass as they raise their undead hordes and sic them on their enemies. This armor set also has a few skulls dotted around to add to the Necromancer vibe.

7 Strider

diablo 4 necromancer strider armor set

While this armor set is definitely on the basic side, it’s a nice, casual look for the Necromancers looking for something that still says “Necromancer” without being too over the top. The one greatest downfall with this armor set, however, is the helmet.

The helmet is super chunky compared to the rest of the armor, which seems to fit quite nicely on the character’s frame. The colors are also a little uninspired, but once the set has been transmogrified, players will be able to customize the color scheme to their liking.

6 Sand-Worn

diablo 4 necromancer sand worn armor set

For players looking for a set that just screams Necromancer, look no further. With a helmet that makes characters look like the skeletons they raise, and even a couple skulls hanging off the belt as an accessory, this armor set is perfect for the player looking to make their character as intimidating as possible.

The original colors on this set are decent enough, but players that have a specific aesthetic will be able to transmogrify this set and make the color scheme their own.

5 Weathered

diablo 4 necromancer weathered armor set

This armor set is another great choice for players looking to fully embody the Necromancer aesthetic. With yet another super intimidating helmet, and a skull on the belt, this armor set is perfect for the Necromancer that wants the world to know what they’re about.

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The default color scheme also works pretty well with most Necromancer aesthetics, though this is purely up to the player and their preferences. The armor has a few fur-lined pieces which might make this a great set to don when going to the colder places, for players that like that element of realism.

4 Highland

diablo 4 necromancer highland armor set

The only reason this armor set ranks as high as it does on the list is because of that iconic helmet. The animal skull helmet with glowing eyes is truly unique, especially when compared to the other armor sets and helmets available to the Necromancer.

Players that want to go for an intimidating look truly have a lot of options in Diablo 4but this helmet really takes the cake for being one of the more creative design choices.

3 Covens

diablo 4 necromancer covens armor set

For Necromancers that simply can’t get enough of the skulls, this may be the armor set for them. With a well-fitted helmet designed to look like a skull, a bag of skulls hanging from the belt and a skull on the shoulder-pad, this armor set is perfect for the Necromancer who has no shame in the work they do.

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The dark nature of this outfit is perfect for a dark, Necromantic aesthetic, although the color scheme can be modified to the player’s liking once the set has been transmogrified.

2 Boneweaver

diablo 4 necromancer boneweaver armor set

With “bone” in the name, players should expect nothing less than for this armor set to go above and beyond to cater to the Necromancer aesthetic. With a helmet that makes characters look like skeletons wearing the most gorgeous crown, players will feel like royalty as they run around slaying the hordes.

The royal blue and gold help contribute to that fact. While the color scheme may not match the edgy Necromancer perfectly, it can always be modified once the set has been transmogrified.

1 Etched

diablo 4 necromancer etched armor set

While this may seem like a rather basic choice for the number one spot, it’s only here for the fact that it’s the only Necromancer armor set that doesn’t completely cover the face or hair of the character. Players are invited to create their own characters, with some people probably going to great lengths to make the perfect character.

Having to cover all that would be a great shame, but some of the available Necromancer sets do make up for that in how visually stunning they are. The simple nature of this armor set makes it a great candidate for players to focus on color instead. Plus, the vials of blood as an accessory is unique to this armor set and keeps the Necromancer feel without being too overt.

Diablo 4 is available to buy and play on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

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