ATMA is a Single Player muling program for Diablo II (copyright Blizzard North) by
Hakai_no_Tenshi. It stands for "A
Application" and is designed
to help you organize and categorize your Diablo II characters,
mules and items. The idea behind this is to be able to read your
character/item files quickly without having to open them up in
the game and to be able to transfer items without the problems
of previously available editors/muling programs.
The current version is ATMA V (5.05).
Version 5.05 includes a new and amazing DropCalc, fixes a few bugs, and does all the great things you have come to know and love. See the news for more info.
ATMA V supports Diablo 2 Standard and the Lord of Destruction (LOD) expansion, versions 1.07, 1.08, 1.09, 1.10 final and 1.11. Major features include:
- Easily move items with drag and drop between Diablo 2 characters.
- Display character and mercenary stats and skills.
- Store unlimited items in a special ATMA stash that automaticaly sorts by item type.
- Dump item info for individual items, characters, or whole ATMA stashes into a text file for easy sorting and searching.
- Correctly decode and identify all items, including uniques, runewords, rare, set, and crafted items.
- Detailed item information on socketed/gemmed items.
- Display internal item infomation, such as version number, ilvl, and fingerprint.
- Color coded Diablo 2 style popup item descriptions.
- Support for .d2i (original Jamella format) files.
- AutoGather feature that autoloads many .d2i files into a single ATMA stash.
- Dupe Detector that will scan through characters, stashes, and item files to detect duplicate items.
- Support for 1.10s beta items.
- FileWatch module that auto-detects if opened character files have changed.
- Transfer and store gold with the Bank of ATMA.
- Automatic creation of backup files.
- Change character names.
- Quick command line character/item identification.
- Easy-to-use and accurate Drop Calculator for 1.07, 1.08, 1.09, 1.10 and 1.11.
NOTE: ATMA does not allow you to edit characters or items,
and most likely never will... SO DON'T ASK.