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Diablo Immortal Beginner Class Guide

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Diablo Immortal Beginner Class Guide

The two best beginner classes for Diablo Immortal

In this guide you will find all the important information about the beginner classes in Diablo Immortal. The right choice of class is very important, especially for beginners in Diablo Immortal. In Immortal, there are many different classes that have different abilities. If you choose a complex class right from the start, this can have a negative effect on the gameplay. In this guide, we will show you which classes are particularly beginner-friendly and what you have to consider when choosing them.

Diablo Immortal Binner Class Guide

The choice between two beginner-friendly classes

When choosing the right class, especially as a beginner you should make sure that this class can take a lot of damage. Especially if you haven’t played a single Diablo game, it’ s an important factor. In Diablo Immortal you’ll fight against many different groups of monsters. It can also easily happen that you lose the overview and are overwhelmed with your class. For this reason, attributes like vitality or armor are very crucial for every beginner. In this guide, we will introduce you to the two best beginner classes for Diablo Immortal.

The Crusader as a Tank

The Crusader is especially beginner-friendly because he can take a lot of damage. Due to its heavy armor and shield, the Crusader can resist many powerful strikes. The Crusader is therefore also called a “tank” class. Due to his special abilities as well as a strong area of effect damage (AoE), he can also take on many groups of enemies at once. This class also has the highest movement speed. Secondary abilities such as “Draw and Quarter” give him a mount for five seconds. This ability increases its movement speed by 60% for a short time. So, you can quickly escape from a fight with ease in dangerous situations. It also makes questing easier, since you can run to your targets faster.

The Crusader also has some very strong defensive abilities, such as Conjuration of Light. This ability makes you and your party immune to any damage for three seconds. So that can be used especially effectively in boss fights or in dangerous situations. You can then use these three seconds to use potions that restore your health bar. In addition, we also noticed in the beta phase that the Crusader is very strong even without Legendary Equipment. So if you don’t have any luck with the loot, you still don’t have to worry too much.

If you are a PvP player, the Crusader is also a very good choice. Abilities like Shield Charge let you stun enemies for three seconds. In combination with your other passive and active abilities, it makes you a great challenge for any other player.

The Barbarian as the ultimate damage class

Not only the Crusader is a good beginner class in Diablo Immortal, but also the Barbarian. The most important attributes for this class are Strength, which makes your attacks stronger, and Fortitude and Vitality, which increase your defensive rating. The barbarian is a very strong hybrid class that can deal a lot of damage as well as take a lot of damage. In addition, his abilities are not too complex. That makes this class especially beginner-friendly and easier to learn.

Like the Crusader, the Barbarian has a full arsenal of abilities that deal area of effect (AoE) damage. The barbarian relies entirely on his two-handed weapon and deals enormous damage. With abilities like “Whirlwind”, many groups of enemies can be knocked down at once. But the thing that makes the barbarian so dangerous is not only his damage, but also the fact that he can cover long distances in a short time. So, you can easily cover the distance between you and your opponent with “Furious Charge”. In doing so, the barbarian charges at your target and deals enormous damage on impact. Alternatively, you can also use the “Leap” ability here. It also reduces the movement speed of your opponents by 50%.

You also have the possibility to heal yourself in battle with an ability. Undying Rage heals your barbarian by 30% of the damage you do with your attacks. You can also combine the ability with “Wrath of the Berserker“, which increases your attack speed by 50%. So if you are low on health, make sure you use these two abilities together. That way you get the maximum effect out of both abilities.

But the barbarian is also very strong for PvP games. Especially his distance-bridging abilities make him a danger for every other class.

Conclusion

So, if you are new to Diablo and have never played it before, you should choose one of these two classes. Both classes can take a lot of damage and don’t have too complex abilities like the monk or wizard. Also the barbarian as well as the crusader are very strong melee classes with an enormous AoE damage. That’ s especially helpful in confusing situations that can overwhelm beginners. In addition, both classes are also a lot of fun due to their simple play style.

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