|Appears in:||Diablo III|
Kadala is a member of the Horadrim.
Most of the time these items will be magic or rare, with 10% chance to roll a legendary, regardless of difficulty or magic find. Set items can drop too. She does not sell items that are only found in Horadric Caches, but will sell Torment-exclusive items.
Prices in the store:
- Weapons: 75 Shards regardless of type.
- Rings: 50 Shards.
- Amulets: 100 Shards.
- Armor, Off-Hand items, Shields: 25 Shards regardless of type.
All of the above can be bought in class-specific variations, if any, but that is randomly determined: for example, purchasing a weapon has a chance to award any type the character can use, including class-specific weapons. Smart Loot always kicks in, tuning affixes to match the class of the buyer (unless they buy an item they cannot use).
Originally Kadala was selling items cheaply (5 Shards per armor, 10 per ring, 20 per amulet and 15 per weapon), with 0.5% (1.5% after several patches) chance to get a Legendary or Set item. In patch 2.1.1, this was changed: prices increased dramatically, along with the chances to get an item above rare quality.
Kadala will not buy anything (including the items she sold to the player). Attempt to sell her an item results in request being processed by the server, but never replied to, leaving the item where it was.
- Kadala is revealed as Gheed's daughter during a optional conversation with Tyrael and Lorath Nahr, mentioning that she will give the player random items in exchange for blood shards. Nahr specifically mentions them as "overpriced garbage," possibly referencing players' thoughts about gambling services in Diablo II.
- Prior to Patch 2.1, she always referred to items she sells in a taunting manner (for example, calling her merchandise a "good paperweight, for which you can find a use... someday"). However, she was originally supposed to congratulate players on winning a Legendary/Set item, and does so as of 2.1.
- ↑ Blizzard Entertainment, 2014-03-25. Question about Bloodshards Blizzard Entertainment, accessed 2014-03-26