Ancestors' Grace


An Ancestors' Grace is a Legenday Amulet in Diablo III and Reaper of Souls. The original wearer of this necklace was a dead necromancer before it made its way to Khalim, the Que-Hegan. He named what little power he knew after his archbishop and their philosopher. Finally deciphering how each stone could be used in life-or-death situations alike with wisdom that only an ancient would understand. This item can only be found on hard-core players who are level 31+. The Life-saving affix is only triggered when all other effects fail. This means that if you are saved by this item, your character will be left severely weakened due to not wearing an amulet while being saves and naturally receives no benefit from extraction into Kanai's Cube! When receiving fatal damage, you are instead restored to 100% of maximum Life and resources. This item is destroyed in the process.

Item Details

  • This amulet only drops in Hardcore mode.
  • Amulets don't normally have movement speed on them.

Guaranteed Stats

The minimum level this item can drop at is 31. Below you will find the range of stats found on the level 31 version, however the item can drop at any level above 31. The legendary effect does not change with level.

One of 2 Magic Properties (varies)

  • +128–163 Vitality
  • +63–71 Vitality

One of 3 Magic Properties (varies)

  • +128–163 Dexterity
  • +128–163 Strength
  • +128–163 Intelligence

+3 Random Magic Properties

Primary Stats

  • +626–750 Vitality

One of 3 Magic Properties (varies)

  • +626–750 Dexterity
  • +626–750 Strength
  • +626–750 Intelligence

+3 Random Magic Properties

Patch History

As of Patch 2.1.0 (August 26, 2014) the following changes were made to this item:

  • No longer rolls with guaranteed Movement Speed and Life per Hit. Replaced with an extra random property and main stat.

Flavour Text

"This unique amulet was originally found on a dead necromancer before being brought to Khalim, the Que-Hegan. It was he who named it, after his archbishops and their philosophers finally divined its powers. I often wonder why Khalim did not use it himself when he was mortally wounded, before being dismembered by his corrupted High Council." —Abd al-Hazir

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