Monster Affix List

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  • Monster Affix List Frank

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    What are the special abilities the unique/champion monsters can have?

    I often see other players complaining about the types of monsters they run into, like Mortar Arcane Wallers. Now, I'm only halfway through Act 2 currently, so I am not sure what two of those affixes do.

    Is there a list of affixes available to monsters, and their associated effects?

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