Hey, what is up, guys! Librarian Husky is here. We will be diving into the skills you’ll probably want to use while you are leveling up your Demon Hunter during the 1 to 60. the process at the launch of Diablo Immortal. Finally, hitting the live servers and us being able to play. It’s the class that I am going to be playing. I will walk you through the thought process of what skills I will be using along the way to take advantage of the strengths of the Demon Hunters. We can play efficiently as we are leveling up. Trying to get to the end game as soon as possible. so let’s get into it
Demon Hunter Concept
All righty. So, first of all, a quick overview of the Demon Hunter class. Maybe some people are watching this and still on the fence about what class to play, and they want to understand better how the different classes will function in games.
So if you’re going to be playing Demon Hunter, your role is going to be damaged. It works slightly differently in Diablo Immortal than in Diablo 3, for example, where you want to stack a bunch of agility. So in Diablo Immortal, you are going to want to stack strength. You’ll want to do everything you can to stack damage because that is how you extract value from the Demon Hunter class. It does arguably the most damage of any class in the game. Especially if you’re in a group of friends, your role will be to kill stuff.
- You are going to be maximizing your damage output.
- So that you can carry the party and kill stuff as fast as possible, so for the Demon Hunter, it is a case that our best defense is a great offense.
- So that we can keep bursting things down and progressing efficiently, I hear some people talking about the Demon Hunter doing too much damage, and it’s overpowered.
It’s silly that the Demon Hunter is this good at cranking out damage Blizzard needs to nerf, and it is to make other things viable.
Honestly, the Demon Hunter has to be like that if the Demon Hunter did not shine in PvE damage. It would be a garbage class that no one wants to play because the Demon Hunter does not have excellent mobility. So that’s something you’ll need to prepare for it’s I can pull up the skill here one second. Its movement ability in Daring Swing is one of the worst in the game and is quickly interrupted. It’s just not that great, and escape is not much better, so you’ll see when we get to the bill.
- I’ll talk about that a little bit more in-depth.
- The Demon Hunter has to crank out good damage because it’s tough to play effectively in pvp, and it is not that mobile in terms of zooming around the map like having teleport and stuff.
- So just by the same design, if the even hunter were not good at PvE damage, it would not be a trendy class. So it’s not broken and must be a feature and a staple of the Demon Hunter class.
- So rest assured, if you are playing the Demon Hunter, you will be killing stuff fast, and your team will love the damage you are bringing to help them mow down enemies.
Skills for Leveling
So now, let’s talk about the skills you will be putting on your bar to use for efficient leveling 160. That discussion will start with the decision between the two primary attacks now. This isn’t a discussion at this point. You’ll want to go with a crossbow shot for sure. Luckily that is the one that unlocks that level one.
- So right out the gate at level one, you have a fantastic primary attack because you can fire an arrow for damage while continuing to move.
- You don’t even have to stop at the Demon Hunter, which is a very cool feature of the Demon Hunter.
You’ll want to leave a crossbow shot on your bar the entire time as you’re leveling up. You are probably never going to switch over to an explosive arrow, and it’d be some particular circumstance that would be way out of the left-field or something, but most of the time, go ahead. Stick with the one you get at level one crossbow shot. Use that fantastic primary attack enabling you to move while you fire the whole way up to level 60.
Not only that, another cool thing about the Demon Hunter is you get multi-shot right out the gate, which I think is super cool. Because it is a staple ability of the Demon Hunter, you will start with an excellent primary attack and a fantastic multi-shot skill. Mow down and do aoe damage. You’ll completely clear the screen with this multi-shot as long as you do a good job keeping your gear up to date.
- Multi-shot is a barrage of arrows that damages all enemies in a specific direction with a maximum of three charges.
- You go up to a screen, use a couple of those charges, and keep going. Your charge is refreshed pop pop.
- Keep moving things down with your crossbow shot, firing as you move and then multi-shot, continuing to clear screens as you progress forward.
So right out the gate, Demon Hunter will be a potent and significant part of the group with an excellent primary attack and fantastic ability.
Reign of Vengeance
That is not all because unlocking at level 2. You have an opportunity to dive into a Reign of Vengeance. Reign of Vengeance is one of the best abilities in the game. It is a boss nuker if you drop this Reign of Vengeance on top of whatever you want dead. Then, poof, it is dead now. This was nerfed a little bit, or we’re getting rumors. It will be adjusted slightly since the beta because it was way too ridiculous.
- But the rain of engines was one of them. Now it’s getting like a 15 to 18 something like that damage nerf. I think how fast it can burst things down, and it will still be an excellent skill.
- It’s still one of the best in the game, and it was doing that much damage. So you’ll want to take advantage of Reign of Vengeance during your leveling process because you’ll have the crossbow shot primary attacking while you’re moving.
You’ll have the multi-shot to just clear mass trash mobs doing aoe damage. Then you will have the Reign of Vengeance for those more elite fights boss fights single target to drop on a primary location and crank out a bunch of damage.
The other skill that we are going to want on our bar at all times is going to be Vengeance.
- Now Vengeance does not unlock until level 50. So you’re going to get this a little bit later down the road, but when you get it, you want to take advantage of it because it will transform you for six seconds, buffing your primary attack to fire two additional shots.
- So you will be getting an even stronger crossbow shot doing damage while. You’re removing, and then Vengeance will grant you three percent movement speed for each nearby enemy to a max of thirty percent.
- So Vengeance is going to be basically in every Demon Hunter build. As soon as you unlock it, you’ll want to take advantage of it to get from level 50 to level 60 as fast as possible with a significant buff.
After that, it gets slightly less noticeable, and you’ve got a flex spot to play with on your last ability.
- You can go with Daring Swing, which unlocks at level 18, but take no. Like I said a little bit earlier in the guide, Daring Swing is probably the worst mobility ability in the game.
- So it’s quickly interrupted. It’s just not going to be pleasant to use. I’m hoping that blizzard will adjust Daring Swing or give the Demon Hunter.
Some ability to get around the map a little bit better. Just be aware the Daring Swing will not function amazingly, in my opinion. So if you don’t, if you’re not enjoying playing with Daring Swing, I’ll give you another option you could probably go with.
That option would probably be sentry, which unlocks that level 28. Which is going to summon a turret for 30 seconds that deals damage to nearby enemies, can have two at once, and has two max charges. So anytime we can kind of place passive damage on the map.
- I love that it’s similar to a mechanic like a Necromancer with their summons or dropping a skeletal mage.
- You plant more damage on the battlefield. So if you’re not enjoying playing with Daring Swing, I think century would be a great option on your bar. to get more damage on the battlefield, especially if you’re in a situation where maybe you’re not falling behind your team.
You don’t need more mobility. A choice like sentry would be a great addition to help you clear things that much faster.
So that means that in conclusion, the build that I will probably be going with for the most part on my journey from one to sixty. I think it will be a solid choice for the leveling process. It will be starting with that crossbow shot as your primary, also having the multi-shot on the bar for slot one. Then we will probably want to go with the other three slots we have available. Reign of Vengeance, then the buff Vengeance, and then for the last slot in that flex spot, probably a century or Daring Swing, depending on your play style and the flow you were going with.
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