Bone Spear

Class: Necromancer (Diablo II)
Required Level: 18
Skill Tree: Poison and Bone Spells
Requires: Teeth, Corpse Explosion
Cost: 7 Mana

Summons a bone missile that can damage and pass through multiple enemies.

Damage Type: Magic
Synergies: Teeth, Bone Spirit, Bone Wall, Bone Prison

Bone Spear is a Necromancer skill in Diablo II.


Also known as the Talon of Trang'Oul, this spell summons a long shaft of bone issuing forth from the caster and piercing any opponents in its path. Since the force of this projectile is mystical as well as physical it can pass through one opponent and carry on to the next, rending and tearing through whatever is in its path.


  • Gives synergy to:
Teeth: +15% Magic damage per level
Bone Spirit: +6% Magic damage per level
  • Receives synergy from:
Teeth: +7% Magic damage per level
Bone Wall: +7% Magic damage per level
Bone Prison: +7% Magic damage per level
Bone Spirit: +7% Magic damage per level


Bone Spear is one of the two primary ranged attack skills generally used by Necromancers (the other skill being Bone Spirit). It costs half the mana as Bone Spirit, but deals less damage per hit. It also does not home on targets but it pierces enemies, allowing one cast to hit multiple enemies. This skill can be very damaging, and shines most when attacking monsters that are grouped up together, damaging multiple monsters for a fairly low amount of Mana.

Skill ProgressionEdit

Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Mana Cost 7 7.2 7.5 7.7 8 8.2 8.5 8.7 9 9.2 9.5
Damage 17–25 25–34 34–42 42–51 51–59 59–68 68–77 77–85 76–95 96–104 105–114
Level 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 25
Mana Cost 9.7 10 10.2 10.5 10.7 11 11.2 11.5 11.7 13
Damage 115–124 125–133 134–143 144–153 154–162 166–176 179–190 192–204 205–218 270–288

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