What are the differences between you and your clone?

  • What are the differences between you and your clone? Fredy31

    In the last battle against Diablo, you face a clone of yourself (or of your party)

    What are the key differences between you and your clone? Is it based on your stats/equipement, or is it just a mob with fixed stats that changes depending on your class?

  • Your clone has fixed stats depending on your class and your difficulty, and seems to use abilities from a pre-defined list regardless of what you have equipped - the Wizard clone, for instance, likes to use Venom Hydra and Energy Twister even if the only attack skills you have are Shock Pulse and Ray of Frost.

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