This set is designed for the Barbarian, however any class can wear the items in this set except for Immortal King's Will. Only the Barbarian can complete this Set. The generous partial set bonuses for every non-Barbarian specific item, however, can make it somewhat attractive for any class that's comfortable with the high strength requirements.
The set's powerful bonuses and its relatively strong weapon make the Immortal King comparatively better than most sets when used as end-game gear, though it does not rival the very best equipment available.
Wearing the full set grants an aura that is purely cosmetic in appearance.
- Partial Set Bonuses
+50 To Attack Rating (2 Items)
Additional +75 To Attack Rating (3 Items)
Additional +125 To Attack Rating (4 Items)
Additional +200 To Attack Rating (5 Items)
- Complete Set Bonus
- The Immortal King is the title of the legendary Barbarian King, Bul-Kathos.
- Bul-Kathos is also referenced by Bul-Kathos' Wedding Band, a unique Ring and the Bul-Kathos' Children set.
- The Immortal King set, to a certain extent, returns in Diablo III, in the form of the Immortal King's Call. Its set pieces are different, though; anyone can use the helm, but only the Barbarian can use the weapon and belt associated with the set.