Did I...

Kanibull

Diabloii.Net Member
Did I...

Ruin my Druid by putting points in all 3 sections? I just started Diablo, and have just been putting points in stuff that soudns good, mixing all of the skill sections. Should I make a new char, or just keep him as my "main"?
 

Kirah

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Welcome to the wild, wild world of Wolves!

Well... that depends... how many points did you 'waste' and what level are you? Are you PvM or PvP? PvP is much less forgiving of mess ups than PvM. What kind of Druid do you want to play?

good luck and Good Hunting! (growf!)
Kirah
 

MaxMax

Diabloii.Net Member
Maybe you should try to take a look at the guides in here...

And yes I would say that you ruin your druid a bit, putting points in both elemental and shape-shifting (unless Fire-claw ofc.) since you can't be shaped and cast "most" spells at the same time.

I think you would be amazed if you make a new druid, following a guide, how good it will be compared to your old one.

Welcome, nice to see new people a the druid hideout.:wave:
 

nickedoff

Diabloii.Net Member
It's good to experiment, especially when you're new.

Watch what other people do until you get the knack, and then elaborate with what works for you.
 

Kanibull

Diabloii.Net Member
Alright, thanks guys. I think I'll start a new Druid, and follow a guide. Can anyone suggest a good build or guide for a good build for PvM?

Edit: How are Wind Druids for PvM? I might also do some PvP when I get to a higher lvl, so are they good for that toO?
 

IMCanadian

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They are needing more expensive gear. Forms of shifters can get by with a good weapon and right gear placement. A Vicious coyote, or a fury/rabies or fury/fireclaws are good.
 

Kanibull

Diabloii.Net Member
I'm going Werewolf, and my friend is helping me build it. He said to just max out Werewolf and Lycanthropy for right now.

Does that sound good?
 
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