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Jul 20,  · Dread Iron: Ground Stomp, Boulder Toss causes an Avalanche. Increases Avalanche Damage by – % Seismic slam with the first 10 enemies hit removed may already be enough as the increase from Area damage could be huge. The change to reduce all . Diablo 3 RoS: WW Avalanche build!(Dread Iron ftw) Recommended items “6 pieces of Wrath of the Wastes” Obsidian ring of the Zodiac Convention of Elements Unity combo with Merc Strongarm Bracers Any amazing amulet, element immunity is ofc the best thing! Apr 11,  · Fire skills deal 5–10 % more damage. Reduces the resource cost of Fire skills by 23–30 %. Each stunned enemy within 25 yards reduces your damage taken by 9 – 12%. (2) Set: Reduce the cooldown of Earthquake, Avalanche, Leap, and Ground Stomp by 1 .
 
 
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Every since diablo 3 release, I always want to see barbarian would be able to use two 2-handed weapons. Yet, with the latest set released, barbarians were still unable to do so. So please blizzard, make barbarian awesome. We may also add a new item for charge bar to help with killing single target. War Cry gain all runes.

Also increase your maximum Fury by Permanent Wrath of the berseker and a minor damage buff should help Reakor build. I would also like to see barbarian gain a build that work like star pack. I think by increase the maximum fury by would make Boulder Toss viable. One would need to build up fury by charge and unleash it during the COE cycle. Earthquake gain Molten Fury Rune. Seismic slam with the first 10 enemies hit removed may already be enough as the increase from Area damage could be huge.

The change to reduce all resource costs is for the use of captain crimson. Both changes would be a major quality of life improvement for the build. For Earthquake build, I suggest we give it Molten Fury rune. It opens up the option for using the second rune, Cave-in would be used for pushing as it group up mobs and maybe better at procing area damage.

With Boon of Bul-Kathos passive, it would further reduce it to 15 seconds!!! Revenge gain all rune. Revenge gain an extra charge and double chance to gain a charge. Bash gain Frostbite rune. I would love to see a barbarian build that uses a shield, and since frenzy build has a lot of free skill slot and a free weapon slot, I would say it is a nice place to add it. I suggest we use revenge to stun enemies and trigger the 2 set bonus. At the same time, I think the build can also use a skill that makes permanent Wrath of the berserker possible.

Another possibility of Horde of the Ninety Savages would be a dual gen build. Bash could be used to trigger the 2 set bonus and be a fury spender. IK set needs love for sure. And he did all this wearing nothing more than a loin cloth and the blood of his enemies.

And I think the better and simpler route will be to adjust the values of multipliers. For example, you can buff the 6-pc damage multipliers on the IK and EQ set, and those builds will suddenly leap into contention.

Granted, with EQ, it might also take an adjustment to Blade of the Tribes for EQ and Fjord for Pro Slam , but again, the simplest and most direct way to achieve relative parity between builds will be to buff multipliers. To get IK out of Vile Charge is going to take more work.

A while back, when Rage and I were doing the Buff Proposal, we did the math on pretty much every item and build to see what it would take to make some viable, and the truth is that some builds are never going to be viable. Without a drastic rework and ludicrous multiplier affixed to Dread Iron, for example, Avalanche is never going to be a worthwhile skill. I believe that even they have similar damage potential, one will not choice a difficult set to play.

Diablo 3 is about efficient, most player will just pick the easiest set to play. That is to said just a number fix will not truly create diversity. A quality of life improvement must also be included for creating more viable option. This is debatable amongst the player base though. Simplicity works for speeds and is sought after for this. I agree to this design approach. Diablo 2 does this really well, skills that are powerful are usually difficult to use.

Hammerdin is a good example for it. Yet, it is now being abused by using the shielding mechanism. Ideally, I would want all set to perform the same, but each have a unique twist that make it more powerful. The 4 piece bonus also remove all passive healing effect from your character and make the control of remaining life easier.

Siphon Blood and Blood nova build will be ideal for this set, as one of them heal and the other one cost life. Was going to say, this is like the old FoK shi build.

Good mechanics. Just severely gimped. Yeah, that would be awesome, but I do not think that this is going to happen, since they had to make new character animations that work with 2handed weapons being wielded as 1h weapons. It works for the Crusader because they made these animations specifically for him. Making new skill animation with assets that are already in the game is a lot easier than making completely new character animations.

Also, I would say that this should rather be a Passive Skill than on a set. But I definitely like the idea! It is a nice throwback to D2. You mean it should increase the damage of all Barbarian Skills and reduce the resource costs of all Barbarian Skill as well?

Every single Barbarian build would want to have this item in the cube or equipped. Every single one of them. That would make more thematic sense imo. But back to your version of Dread Iron: I think it is a good idea that the damage bonus also gets added to the legendary special effect, so it also works when you extract it in the cube.

That and your suggestion for the Blade of the Tribes to also ad the damage bonus to the special affix are good ideas and probably should have been implemented a long time ago. Edit, it just came to my mind that if you wanna have a sword and broad Barbarian and want it to be enabled by the Savages set, then the Passive Skill Sword and Broad could also increase the damage of your Primary Skills after you blocked an attack for a few seconds, just to add some flavor.

I always disliked how the MotE set works. I always hoped that it woud focus primarily on Seismic Slam, so you could spam it, and not as a secondary skill. Leap Now has 2 charges instead of a cooldown and the Launch rune gets redisigned to give it a 3rd charge.

Seismic Slam Rumble rune Could get a redesign so that it no longer consumes all remaining Fury. I personally hate seismic slam. I find it clunky and ineffective. It really has nothing to do with MOTE…feels like they just threw it in there to force players to use it lol. I love that skill from the first moment I have seen it in the Gameplay Announcement Trailer from It was and is one of my highlights of the game. But using it on a LoD build which is one of my favorite builds makes it feel more like Mutishot when you also hold down the Force Stand Still Button and that feels really good imo sure by far not as effective as other builds, but fun to play – you should try it.

Probably because it is not buffed enough e. The MotE set always buffed SS maybe not always, but since a long time before this change , but at a certain point they redesigned the Rumble rune on Seismic Slam to what it is right now for the whole purpose of giving an alternative to Ancient Spear – Boulder Toss, which also consumes all remaining Fury.

But this also shows that Seismic Slam could use some love to make the skill more awesome and powerful. Sound fun, I gonna try that. But can I ask what skill r u using as fury dump?

Will the damage bonus be very low when u r a max fury? The skill that I use for the Fury Dump is Bash. With Blade of the Warlord, Bash costs 40 Fury and deals increased damage:.

Then you also use Oathkeeper for increasing the damage and attack speed of Primary Skills on top of that:. Since the damage of Horde of the Ninety Savages is based on frenzy stack. This may not work with the set. Barbarian set suggestion for patch 2. Patch 2. However, for the current iteration of Diablo, it is clearly not being achieved.

That would probably bring me back for S It seems too powerful to be honest. Yes, this is something that should have been done since a long time ago. That would open up more choices for runes! Yes, please! Also add Overpower into that as well. Both Revenge and Overpower would fit perfectly for this set!

I thought about such a passive as well. This is a nice QoL feature. It is fun. Actually, yes, they did that, at least in a certain way. So in a way you are right. Just Seismic Slam, thank you for pointing that out.