This is the last article in the series on the legendary shields in the games of Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne.
Sun Disc – This is in the core edition of Titan Quest and it has the requirements of a character level of 39 and a strength of 380. It has 182 damage and 39% chance to block 499 damage. It has the stat bonuses of 37% fire resistance, +15% fire damage, 25 fire damage, 35% chance of 2 seconds of skill disruption, +300 to health, +10% health regeneration, +52 to defensive ability, and 15% chance of 68 fire damage or 87-132 burn retaliation over three seconds.
The Greg – Part of the Immortal Throne game, it has the requirements of a character level of 40 and a required strength of 413. It has 202 damage and 43% chance to block 593 damage. It has the stat bonuses of 6% damage resistance, +400 health, +1 health regeneration every second, +1 energy regeneration every second, -11% energy cost, +5% chance to avoid projectiles, 5% chance to dodge attacks, and +135 to defensive ability.
Venomhusk Shield – Part of the regular Titan Quest game, this shield has the requirements of a character level of 43 and a strength of 440. It has 212 damage and 45% chance to block 640 damage. It has stat bonuses of 43% pierce resistance, 48% poison resistance, +23% pierce damage, +24% poison damage, +32 to dexterity, +335 health, +10% attack speed, and 15% chance of 82 piercing retaliation or 234 poison retaliation over six seconds.
Wall of the Damned – This is in Immortal Throne and it has the requirements of a character level of 47 and a strength needed of 495. It grants the Vision of Death skill when you take melee damage which makes your foes flee and fight less in battle. It costs 55 energy, has a 3 meter radius, 3 reduced damage for three seconds, 3 seconds of fear, and 66% chance to fumble attacks for 11 seconds. It has 242 damage and 51% chance to block 780 damage, with the stat buffs of 51% sleep resistance, 85% reduced entrapment duration, 10% chance of 84% damage reflected, +15% total damage, +28 to dexterity, +450 to health, and +185 to energy.
Zeno’s Third Paradox – In the original Titan Quest, this has the requirements of a character level of 42 and a strength of 440. It has 212 damage and 45% chance to block 640 damage. It has the stat bonuses of 47% pierce resistance, +450 health, +172 energy, +56% energy regeneration, +23% energy absorption from attacks, 22% chance to dodge attacks, and +20% chance to avoid projectiles.
Feel free to print out this series if you need to refer to it at any time in your Titan Quest exploration, especially since these articles list all of the legendary shields in both the pc game and the expansion pack.