If you want to know how to throw a javelin in Diablo 2 Resurrected, you’re not the only one. There’s a bunch of people that are brand new to the game and are unfamiliar with how the game works. Plus, I’m sure there’s also a number of veteran players that are trying out new builds and are just as stumped. So, in this guide, we’ll show you how to throw javelins, as well as how to refill your javelin ammo and more.
How to Throw Javelin in Diablo 2 Resurrected
To throw javelins in Diablo 2 Resurrected, the first step is to obviously equip them as a weapon. By default, the game will give you the option to use them as a regular hand-to-hand melee weapon, which is a viable way to use them, but they (usually) do way less damage that way. Next, click on the left skill at the bottom of the screen and change it from Normal Attack to Throw. This will also give you a handy little counter, so you know how many you have left. Then, just throw them by left-clicking. Once you throw them all, that doesn’t mean that they’re gone forever; you can refill them, which brings us to out next point.
How to Refill Javelin Ammo
To refill your javelin ammo in Diablo 2 Resurrected after you throw them, you need to “repair” them at one of the NPCs that offers such services. So, it can be anybody like Charsi, Fara, Hratli, etc. Just talk to one of them and choose to “repair” your javelins, and that should restock your supply. Of course, much like repairing other weapons and armor and whatnot, refilling your javelins will cost you money. Not necessarily a lot of money, and it definitely behooves you to have a steady supply of javelins if that’s the kind of character you’re playing, but we do have to mention that there is a price on restocking on them.
Diablo 2 Resurrected Throwing Weapons
The javelin is just one of the throwing weapons in Diablo 2 Resurrected. There are also throwing knives, axes, and even potions that do splash damage. All of them work pretty much the same way as javelins do, aside from the fact that not all of them give you the option to use them as regular melee weapons. You just can’t use a fire potion to stab someone, try as you might. Plus, you don’t want to find yourself in the large puddle of fire that they cause. You get the idea.