Just say no to Patriarch Drugs â€œLong live the plague.â€ Garbriel Garcia Marquez, The Autumn of the Patriarch. Patriarch Drugs Level 85 Rabid Windy Druid Stats: Strength: 165 Dexterity: 57 Vitality: 396 Energy: 46 Life: 1613 Human with Oak Sage//2657 Wolf with Oak Sage Rabies damage: 24570-25227 Tornado damage: 2357-2490 Resistances: 75/60/75/29 Rabies side. 75/75/75/75 Windy side. Shapeshifting Skills 1 (15) Werewolf 1 (15) Lycanthropy 1 (15) Feral Rage 20 (34) Rabies Elemental Skills 1 (16) Arctic Blast 20 (35) Cyclone Armor 1 (16) Twister 20 (35) Tornado 8 (23) Hurricane Summoning Skills 1 (9) Raven 20 (28) Poison Creeper 1 (9) Oak Sage 1 (9) Carriorn Vine Items: Helmet: Jalalâ€™s Mane (Ort) Neck: Maraâ€™s Kaleidoscope Weapon 1: Deathâ€™s Web (-5/+4 Facet) Shield 1: Gemmed Monarch (-16/+14 Poison Skill damage) Weapon 2: Heart of the Oak Shield 2: Spirit Armor: Skin of the Vipermagi (Perfect Topaz) Gloves: Trang Oulâ€™s Claw Ring 1: The Stone of Jordan Belt: Verdungoâ€™s Hearty Cord Ring 2: Ravenfrost Boots: Dread Spur (20% FRW/30FR/36LR/22MF) Backpack: 4 Shapeshifting skillers, 4 Elemental skillers, and assorted resist small charms. Things: A bit of a quirky character, but fun. Rabies isnâ€™t the fastest killer, but very efficient. Can kill a whole screen with just one bite. It was like watching some movie about a disease outbreak, and thereâ€™s a map of some country, and red dots start popping up all over the place, and then the whole continent is covered in slow death. Very satisfying. My favorite part about him, though, was Hurricane. It is very soothing to listen to. Sometimes I would just stop fighting and listen to it for a while. Reminded me of the waiting room in the doctorâ€™s office I used to go to when I was little. There was a dragon painted on the wall and lots of toys. Keeping Hurricane running while in Wolf form was my primary goal with the character. It was a challenge at times, but worth it in my opinion. It helped me get into a nice zone while playing him. Drowned out everything else. Aside from that, he was fairly simple. Bite, run around, loot. Sometimes he got stuck. Spam Tornado if poison immune. Made for a great crowd killer, but tedious against single targets. Thankfully I had Gulzar to take care of those. I think my only disappointment was that I didnâ€™t get to use Medusaâ€™s Gaze. For some reason, I thought Act 5 mercs could wear shields, but never bothered to test this theory. Reached Hell, bought myself a level 76 barb, and he refused to equip it. What kind of moron doesnâ€™t know how to carry a shield? Perhaps Iâ€™ll be able to use it on some other build. Thanks for reading.