Diablo 2 Guide: Fire Claws Bear v1.10 by ComeBackZinc.
Fury/Rabies Wolves work well because they deal in two forms of damage (physical and poison), have very large life pools, and have the best faster hit recovery of any class. Check out this Druid guide for PvP.
My name is Garbad_the_Weak and this guide is intended to help you make a fun, successful Fire Elemental Druid.
Introduction Hi all! I’ll start by telling you that this guide may seem incomplete to many folks. You won’t see technical stuff like break points, damage formulas, or scientific explanations of any sort. That’s not my thing. I am an experiential player, and this guide reflects a niche character I took to Guardian in my general style of play: single player solo, PvM full area clears, ALL monsters put to rest hardcore, untwinked (zero items…
This guide is not a “how to make a cookie cutter druid,” in the sense I won’t tell you how to plan out your druid, pick your gear for you, etc. Instead, I try to help you learn about how the different skills work, what to look for in gear, and other useful information in the hopes it will help you make good decisions in creating your own custom elemental druid.
A Druid Windmaster Diablo 2 guide by Borlag.
The Flaming Mauler Druid is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: a bear that combines dangerous physical damage from Werebear and Maul with a devastating Fire Claws attack into one simultaneous paw swipe of death.
I looked into making an elemental druid, the typical wind druid guide calls for Oak Sage and is a decent single tree build, though highly over-rated and lacking in versatility (it’s also a cookie cutter and I don’t like chocolate chips).
This is a guide to a dexbased druid and I know there are such already. But this guide is from a little bit different point of view.
This Druid guide is not of the typical cookie-cutter variety. I will not hold your hand and tell you exactly how many points to place in skills, where to level and what gear to wear at each stage of your progress.