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Molten Wildebeest's Gizzard is a Legendary Gem in Diablo III. It can only be socketed into Amulets and Rings, and drops from Greater Rift Guardians. This gem was Season Two-exclusive, but once this season ended, started to drop for normal characters as well.

This gem increases Life Regeneration. Upgrading increases the Life per Second bonus.

At rank 25, it also grants an absorption shield after not taking damage in 4 seconds. Potency of the shield depends on the character's current Life per Second.

The Rank 25 bonus works exactly as the Wizard class passive skill, Galvanizing Ward, with same limitations. The shield delay is reset on taking any damaging hit, even if damage has been fully absorbed. Note that Ashnagarr's Blood Bracer does not empower the shield given by this gem.

It is one of the five Legendary gems (along with Mutilation Guard, Moratorium, Invigorating Gemstone and Esoteric Alteration) with defensive bonuses instead of offensive (unless one counts wearing Death's Bargain with it, which grants some offensive use for Life Regeneration).

StatsEdit

RegeneratingGem

Molten Wildebeest's Gizzard
Legendary Gem


Properties:
  • Regenerates 10000 Life per Second.
    • Upgrade: +1000 additional Life per Second.
  • After not taking damage for 4 seconds, gain an absorb shield for 200% of your total Life per Second (Requires Rank 25)

The gizzard of the molten wildebeest evinced such extraordinary properties when steeped in the correct mixture of alchemical reagents that the animals were hunted to extinction long ago.

DevelopmentEdit

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A bug used to exist where if a character wore both Rogar's Huge Stone and the Gizzard, the game would crash.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2015-04-28, Patch 2.2.0 Hotfixes - Updated 4/28. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2015-04-30

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