Amulets in Divinity: Original Sin 2 are protective equipment worn by player characters and NPCs. Players can find amulets as part of quest rewards, purchase them from Merchants and obtain them from defeated Enemies. Players cannot create amulets via Crafting.
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|Amulet of the Deep||1||+1 Constitution
+15% Air Resistance
Immunity to Stunned
|None||Dropped by the Voidwoken in Hollow Marshes|
|Amulet of the Void||1||+1 Finesse
+15% Fire Resistance
|None||On a corpse near the Void Salamanders outside Sanctuary of Amadia|
|Broken Source Collar Amulet||Unbreakable LOL||??||??|
+2 Lucky Charm
|None||Located in the wreck of the Peacemaker. Need a teleport spell|
|Counterfeit Source Collar||??||??||??|
|Saheila's Crest||--||+2 Int
10% Poison Resist
+1 Lucky Charm
|None||Given by Amyro after rescuing him.|
|The Watcher's Amulet||1||
|--||Reward of quest The Watcher's Mercy|
|On Mordus at Wrecker's Cave|
11 Magic Armour
+10% Poison resistance
|level 4||At skeleton in Fort Joy Prison.|
Grants Skill: Replenish Source
|--||On Toyseller at Arx. (Quest A Craftsman of Dreams and Nightmares)|
+20% Water resistence
Found in chest in Paradise Downs.
Coordinates (x:610 y:296)
+20% Fire Resistance
Grants Skill: Equalise
|level 18||Can be bought or stolen from Cat the Appraiser.|
+10% Fire Resistance
+10% Earth Resistance
Grants Skill: Living Wall
|level 18||Can be found inside a chest on the shipwreck at the Harbour in Arx.|
|Necklace of Wine||--||
17 Magic Armor
17 Magic Armor
17 Magic Armor
Notes for Loot Amulets:
An Uncommon Amulet gets 1 "Roll" (described below), Rare 2, Epic 3, Legendary 4, and Divine 5. A slot for a rune doesn't count against this limit. One of these can roll "strong" and give a higher magnitude effect. Sometimes a strong attribute roll is "hidden" (attributes are capped at +1 at lower levels, but will increase to +2 or more if the item is relevelled).
Can include Strength, Finesse, Intelligence, Constitution, and Wits, but NOT Memory.
Amulets can roll up to 2 attributes, but then one of them is always Wits or Constitution. Wits would usually be considered the superior option to Constitution from most players. You generally want these. This author has never seen 3 attributes roll on one Amulet. This can be up to +5 at higher levels. Attributes can increase when relevelled. 2 attributes might be locked to only Legendary or better items. Author is not sure.
They seemingly cannot roll resistances.
They can roll combat skills at +1 or +2. +2 seems to be the "strong" roll, as items do not roll with +5 attribute and +2 skill or with 2 +2 skills. Sometimes picking up a skill you don't have to unlock a good ability is useful, but generally you want the skills that you are focusing on, especially warfare. This includes defensive skills like leadership, but does not include weapon skills.
Up to 4 of these can be rolled. on one amulet.
They can have Bartering; Telekinesis; Lucky Charm; Loremaster; and Persuasion. On a random rolled amulet, this is never "strong" and thus is always +1 only.
Skill from Item:
This seems extremely rare but is possible. This is generally a bad roll, as it is either: access to a useful ability you otherwise couldn't have (best outcome, but still on par with +1 of that combat skill and +1 memory); access to an ability you already had access to (ie equivalent to +1 memory); access to an ability you essentially wouldn't/don't use (ie less than +1 memory).
Example Good Roll:
A slot for adding a rune. This honestly makes or breaks amulets, unfortunately, as +3-6 critical chance from Fire runes is extremely important, particularly if a mage as you can also have +3 intelligence to go with that critical boost.
Attribute that adds to damage directly (up to +5) ie Str/Finesse/Intelligence
Wits (up to +5).
Primary Damage Skill (particularly warfare, but also possibly a magic skill for a mage character)
Secondary Damage Skill (particularly scoundrel)
Tertiary Skill (almost anything is at least somewhat useful. But necromancy or summoning or a skill you have 0 in otherwise is usually best). Leadership might be useful for one character.
If you got all of the above on an amulet, never sell it. You won't get better. The magic armor of a higher level amulet is incredibly unlikely to make up for it.
Adds +10% Fire resist, +2 Critical chance, a levelled amount of physical armor (small, on the order of 10% of the item's magical armour), and +5% dodge. This is the second-most powerful Eternal Artefact use if doing physical damage (beaten by belt), and strongest if doing magical damage, but it's unlikely to find an amulet strong enough that you're ever certain you won't replace it.
Are any of Necklace of Wine, Purple Necklace or Lavender Necklace actually uniques?