Items in Diablo 3 come in a variety of colors. Most veterans would already know what they mean, but beginners may get confused. This guide will give the low-down on the Item Rarity system and what it means for those selling items for Diablo 3 gold.
Making Diablo 3 gold off grey, white and blue items
Two of the most common items you will be seeing are the grey Inferior items and white Common items. These two do not have base modifiers and are usually not worth keeping except at the very start of the game. Make sure to sell these D3 items for gold. Magic items with blue text are your first taste of items with affixes (a prefix and/or a suffix.) Even at high levels, these can see for a decent amount of Diablo 3 gold if the item has really good modifiers.
Hitting the Diablo 3 gold jackpot with yellow, orange and green items
If you really want to start raking in Diablo 3 gold, you should become familiar with Rare items. These come with yellow text and more modifiers than Magic items Actually, Rare items with very good modifiers can be better than Legendary items. The latter comes with preset properties and one random modifier. Finally, there are Set items with green text. These are similar to Legendaries except you get bonuses when wearing all items in the set. Any great character on a Diablo 3 account will have these kinds of items.