Thing of the Deep

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Thing of the Deep.

Thing of the Deep is a legendary mojo that can be found in Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls. This item can only be equipped by the Witch Doctor in the off-hand slot, and will only very rarely drop for any other class.

The Smart Drop system ensures that mojos will usually roll with Intelligence, or at least never roll with Strength or Dexterity. Any bonus skill damage will be tuned to Witch Doctor skills as well.

Thing of the Deep properties[edit | edit source]

This item does not have a legendary affix, but the inherent bonus to crit chance is very helpful, as hard as it can be to enchant that on a mojo. The main draw is the huge +20 yard bonus to Pickup Radius. That was a big bonus in D3v when items rolled with 5-7y pickup radius as a random property. In Loot 2.0 items roll with 1-2y pickup radius, which makes this virtually the only way to get over 20y to that bonus, and it's very useful to Witch Doctors using Grave Injustice and/or Gruesome Feast.

  • All stats listed in the database scale up to the level of this item when dropped.
  • See the sample screenshots below to see how this item will roll at level 70.

Thing of the Deep: Legendary mojo

  • Minimum Item Level: 50

Item stats at level 70:

Primary Affixes:

  • +(626-750) Intelligence
  • Critical Hit Chance Increased by (8.0-10.0)%
  • Increases Mana Regeneration by (12.00-14.00) per Second
  • +(262-328)-(263-394) Damage
  • +1 random primary affix

Secondary Affixes:

  • +(120-150) Maximum Mana
  • Increases Pickup Radius by 20 Yards.
  • Legendary Affix: None.

A terrifying being spawned from the primordial depths. To gaze upon
it is enough to drive one mad. Currently disguised as a frog.

Salvages into:

Item Examples[edit | edit source]

Several examples of this item equipped on level 70 characters can be seen below. View hundreds more samples of the Thing of the Deep via DiabloNut's armory.


Gallery[edit | edit source]

The Witch Doctor holds the frog like a dagger, while the poor amphibian squirms and wriggles. Just what part of the frog exactly the Witch Doctor is grasping is a common joking question.