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Iron Will Support

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Iron Will is a support gem. It causes strength's damage bonus to also apply to spell damage dealt by the supported skills.

Skill function and interactions

The damage bonus of strength normally applies only to melee physical damage. All damage dealt by the spell will be increased - not just the physical portion.

The bonus will be +1% increased Spell Damage for every five points of strength.

The unique item Lua error: callParserFunction: function "#ask" was not found. gives the Iron Will modifier, eliminating the need for the support gem.

The unique item Lua error: callParserFunction: function "#ask" was not found. also provides an Iron Will-like effect while being separate and stackable with Iron Will when Doon is equipped in the main hand. Gems socketed in Doon Cuebiyari are also supported by a level 30 Iron Will support.

Gem level progression

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Quest reward

This skill is not given as quest reward.

Vendor reward

This skill is not a quest reward skill that can be bought at vendors.

Version history

Version Changes
3.1.0
  • Can now support Summon Skeleton and will affect the damage dealt by Skeleton Mages if you are using the Dead Reckoning threshold jewel.
2.0.0
  • No longer penalises cast speed. Instead, it grants 2% increased spell damage per level. It now grants 0.5% increased spell damage per 1% quality (was 0.75% per 1% quality).
0.10.0
  • Iron Will has been moved from level 15 to level 12.
0.9.8
  • Iron Will has been added to the game.

See also

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  • Iron Grip (keystone)
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