Vang takes a closer look at the Assassin and Druid and points out 2.4 changes players should take note of.
So far we have three classes announced for Diablo IV, all classes that have previously appeared in Diablo games. Blizzard has yet to reveal who else will be added to the roster or whether completely new classes will be added. Assuming at least one other Diablo IV addition is from the previous games, who would … Read more
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 … Read more
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.
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.
In 1.09, the Druid shapeshifter usually followed one of the two paths; either a wolf or a bear and used oak or how. Although there were exceptions to this, like wolf and bear hybrids, or oak and how hybrids, this was the mainstream.