The dawn of v1.10 gave rise to a new breed of Necromancer, hereby dubbed the Fishymancer. This is a Diablo 2 guide to the Fishymancer.
The Dentist Dentist is the name for a Necromancer who uses the Poison and Bone spell Teeth. Through v1.09, Teeth was not a viable skill past the early stages of the game. The damage was too low and the fact that only one tooth per shot could hit the same target made it nothing more than a fun novelty crowd hitting attack. In v1.10 Teeth gained huge benefit from synergies, and was thus remade. In…
Well, this is basically just my 0.02$ on running the Worldstone Keep with a Necromancer. I’ve spent quite a bit of time there and got a fair share of gold and green out of that.
For a budget PvPer there’s only one necro build that can be recommended, and that’s a bone necromancer.
This necromancer build is one that uses both minions and high damage bone spells to kill the enemy. There are two important variations on this build, one using Revives and one using Skeleton’s only. Throughout the guide I will explain both of them and how they work compared to each other as well as in general.
In this Necromancer guide you’ll build a funny Necro who, if you want, can just stay back and wait for his summons to kill everything like a fishymancer, or just cast his spears endlessly to kill things in act 5 on p8 in sp.
Diablo 2 Guide: Encyclopedia Necromantica Necromancer Guide by Rewen.
So, in case you haven’t read this previously, what is a Fishymancer? Basically, this necromancer relies on plain skeletons and corpse explosion to kill things..
This Diablo 2 Necromancer Commandomancer build guide is unique because it allows you to play as a Meleemancer and Summoner while utilizing auras found on the new Rune Word items.
The Bone Mage is a necromancer build that makes use of the Bone Spells for killing. A Bone Mage may also use a merc and/or minions for tanking