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Void Battery
Prophecy Wand
Wand
Physical Damage: 27–51
Critical Strike Chance: 9%
Attacks per Second: 1.20
Requires Level 68, 245 Int
(36 to 40)% increased Spell Damage80% reduced Spell Damage
(10 to 20)% increased Cast Speed
(50 to 65)% increased Global Critical Strike Chance
+(40 to 50) to maximum Mana
+1 to Maximum Power Charges
25% increased Spell Damage per Power Charge
"The trick is to give nothingness,
and to receive everything in return."
- Inquisitor Maligaro
Void Battery.png

Void Battery is a unique Prophecy WandProphecy WandWand
Physical Damage: 27–51
Critical Strike Chance: 9%
Attacks per Second: 1.20
Requires Level 68, 245 Int
(36 to 40)% increased Spell Damage
.

Void Battery was featured in Season 2 Episode 12 of the Build of the Week series released by Grinding Gear Games.

Vendor: 12Alteration ShardsAlteration ShardStack Size: 20A stack of 20 shards becomes an Orb of Alteration.
Shift click to unstack.
and 5Alchemy ShardsAlchemy ShardStack Size: 20A stack of 20 shards becomes an Orb of Alchemy.
Shift click to unstack.


Supporter attribution

Void Battery was created by supporter Zand.

Legacy variants

Void Battery has a legacy variant.

Version Discontinued Modifiers
2.3.0
(16 to 20)% increased Spell Damage80% reduced Spell Damage
(10 to 20)% increased Cast Speed
(50 to 65)% increased Global Critical Strike Chance
+(40 to 50) to maximum Mana
+1 to Maximum Power Charges
25% increased Spell Damage per Power Charge

Alternate artwork

Void Battery 2.png Race Season Six prize for reaching 1000 RP.

Version history

Version Changes
2.3.0
  • The implicits on Sceptres and Wands have been increased in value. Sceptres now also follow an increasing sequence of elemental damage similar to what wands have. The highest Wand implicit can go up to 42%. The highest Sceptre implicit can go up to 40%.
0.10.8b
  • Introduced to the game.

References