An identified Gotterdammerung will reduce All Resistances to 0% regardless of what other items are equipped; even counteracting the Constricting Ring. This is what makes this helm ultimately useless in levels facing Succubi or Mages, unless the player decides to use a stealth strategy consisting of equipping enough items with minus Light Radius to put it at -80%, and a great number of Scrolls of Infravision.
The name is German, and means "Twilight of the Gods." One of Wagner's best known operas used this title, which is a translation of "Ragnarok," the Norse religious version of Armageddon.
The helm is often referred to by Diablo I players as "Goddamnitsdark", in humorous reference to the extreme light reduction it mandates.
- +20 to all Attributes
- Armor Class: 60
- -4 Damage from Enemies
- -40% Light Radius
- All Resistance equals 0
- Requirements: 50 Strength
- Durability: 60
- Quality level: 21
- Availability: Single Player and Multiplayer
Twilight of the Gods Edit
|Diablo I Unique Helms|
|Harlequin Crest (Cap) • Thinking Cap (Skull Cap) • Fool's Crest (Helm) • Helm of Spirits (Helm) • Overlord's Helm (Helm) • The Undead Crown (Crown) • Royal Circlet (Crown) • Lightforge (Great Helm) • Veil of Steel (Great Helm) • Gotterdammerung (Great Helm)|