View Full Version : Questions about developing my Werewolf Druid....
1. Is it true that when it comes to the Fury skill the only IAS that matters is whats on your weapon? So, IAS from gloves, belt, armor, helm, whatever is utterly useless?
2. Heart of Wolverine or Oak Sage?
3. One handed weapon or two handed and ignore getting a shield/extra defense, just go for raw damage+life leech for survival, etc?
All right, now I'm still trying to decide what the rest of my gear should be:
Ammy: Mara or Highlords?
Weapon: BOTD Polearm or Ogre Maul, or a one handed weapon and shield?
1. Not true. It's just that with faster weapons (WSM + WIAS), OIAS plays a smaller role . Use this (http://diablo3.ingame.de/tips/calcs/speedcalc_titanseal/speedcalc_english.php) to figure out how much OIAS you need with a certain weapon. For example, a Druid Werewolf (level 20) using Fury with a Martel de Fer (with no WIAS) attacks at 12/12/12/12/20. Throw in 25 IAS from gloves, belt, armor, helm, etc. will let you reach 10/10/10/10/18. So no, OIAS is not always useless.
2. PvP --> OS. PvM --> HoW. IMHO.
3. I've done both. If you're rich, it hardly matters. I found 2Hers more fun though. Highlord's, Dracul's are fine, 'Fortitude' for armor, ethereal 'BoTD' Greater Polearm or 'Grief' Phase Blade with Stormshield or whatever.
Ed from Russia
PvP or PvM? Pure Fury build?
omg answered most of your questions.
Q3: if you mean PvM is: Ribcracker (upped and probably shaeled). Better than BOTD IMO.
ammy: depends again whether it's pvp or pvm. Highlords if you need to IAS, otherwise you have more options. Mara isn't too helpful in PvP I think (I don't duel so can't be sure) - in that case the Angelic combo may be best.
Gloves: Dracs are decent for PvM, upped bloodfists are great as well (depending on if you need FHR). PvP I don't know; I think dracs again.
Armor: Fort seems the obvious choice, but I also like Stone and Shaftstop, depending on rest of equipment.
if your going PvP, id definatly use your Oak sage.
and also keep a 1 hander and a Storm sheild(with mb) in your stash ;)
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