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Diablo II Mana Orb

Mana is the recurring second player resource, which, unlike Life, reflects the amount of energy that a character has. It is used for casting spells or applying abilities. If mana is depleted casting spells will be temporarily disabled, until the character has generated enough mana again. Mana bar sphere is depicted as a glass orb filled with bright blue glowing liquid in all three games.

The amount of maximum mana is affected by items with mana or Energy (Magic in Diablo I) attributes. In Diablo I, mana does not recover over time, so the player will need to find a Mana potion to refill it. In Hellfire, one may speak to Adria to gain full Mana. In Diablo II, mana slowly regenerates by itself (Warmth skill, for example, may enhance its recovery greatly), and some Shrines are either replenishing player's Mana or increasing its regeneration for a short time.

Some monsters' attacks, like Baal's abilities or Finger Mages' strikes, may drain the character's mana, leaving them severely weakened in battle.

Diablo IIIEdit

WitchDoctor-Mana-Resource

Witch Doctor's Mana orb.

In Diablo III, only Witch Doctors have Mana due to balancing reasons. In exchange, the classes have alternative resources that have different ways of regenerating (for example, the Monk has Spirit, which generates points for every Primary attack he lands).

A Witch Doctor's inborn connection to the Unformed Land allows them to tap into a deep well of spiritual energy, called Mana. This connection deepens as the Witch Doctor gains levels, increasing with every level up to the level cap of 70. This is the only resource that actually increases with hero's leveling. In addition, a Witch Doctor may have up to +450 Mana from items (+600 with Legendary items), and +42 Mana regeneration (+7 more from Kormac). Zunimassa's Haunt and Manajuma's Way Sets also grant Mana per kill. Spiritual Attunement grants 10% maximum Mana and 1% Mana regenerated per second, while other active and passive skills may recover Mana on kill (or from health globes), change Mana costs (from -10% to +30%), recover it when activated, refund Mana when cast, or increase effective Mana regeneration (up to 30%). Paragon levels may grant +200 more Mana.

Mana is a vast but slowly-regenerating resource; Witch Doctors must be choosy with their attack spells and hexes to ensure that they don't leave themselves depleted of power and exposed to enemy attacks. Alternatively, they may choose to discharge all their most powerful spells at once and pray that would be enough. Some Witch Doctors conserve Mana by relying on semi-permanent additions to their arsenal, such as their summoned minions, which can offer protection and chew through enemies without any further Mana cost.

Skill Resources
Arcane PowerFuryHatred and DisciplineManaSpiritWrath
Character Attributes
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StrengthDamage
DexterityAttack RatingDefenseBlock
VitalityLife
MagicMana
Resistances
StrengthDamage
DexterityAttack RatingDefenseBlock
VitalityLifeStamina
EnergyManaMana Regeneration
Resistances
StrengthDamageArmor
DexterityDamageArmor
VitalityLife
IntelligenceDamageResistances

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