Best Druid Build In Diablo 2 Resurrected

Read this article to learn about the best Druid build in Diablo 2 Resurrected.

The Druid is a shapeshifter class that comes with several skills and abilities, and you can get the best out of him by choosing the right build in Diablo 2 Resurrected. In this guide, we will walk you through the best build for this class in the game. We will show you the equipment, skill points , and stat points you will need for the build.

Best Druid Build In Diablo 2 Resurrected

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Fury Druid Build in Diablo 2 Resurrected

The Fury is probably the best Druid build you can create in Diablo 2 Resurrected, and with good reason too. What makes this build so good is the fact that is made out of a combination of the Werewolf and Fury skills. This also makes the build a complex one to create. This means you will need to get into the build during different parts of the game. In order to make it through level 30, you should keep 5 points into Firestorm, 6 points into Firestorm, and 1 point into Molten Boulder. You should put the remaining points into the Fissure.

Now, once you do make it to level 30, you can go speak to Akara to get back into the field. You can find Akara in the Rogue Encampment which is located in the first hub area. In the event you may have already used Akara in the current campaign, you can alternatively use a Token of Absolution to carry out the build process.

If you are wondering how to acquire the Token, you can do so by using the Horadric Cube. You will need to mix the four essences that will be dropped by the act bosses.

Now that we know about the Fury build, let us check out the Equipment required for this build.

Druid Fury Build Equipment

Weapon Phase Blade and Grief Rune Word (Eth, Tir, Lo, Mal, Ral)
Weapon (Alternative) Ribcracker and Shael Rune
Shield Stormshield
Helm Jalal’s Mane
Armor Any good armor, as long as it has the Fortitude Rune Word (El, Sol, Dol, Lo)
Belt String of Ears
Rings Bul-Kathos’ Wedding Band and Ravenfrost
Amulet Highlord’s Wrath
Gloves Laying of Hands/Dracul’s Grasp
Boots War Traveler along with enhanced defense
Charms Hellfire Torch, Annihilus, along with any charms that have life, maximum damage, mana, resistances, attack rating, and faster hit recovery

As you can see, this is the equipment you need for the Druid Fury build in Diablo 2 Resurrected.

In this list, you may have noticed the runes. If you are told to create a rune word, all you need to do is insert the respective runes inside the item sockets of a particular order. When inserting, you will have to make sure you do so in a particular order. Doing so will give you extra buffs, and maybe even new skills.

You may have also noticed that some items will require you to insert runes or gems into their sockets. Doing so is really quite simple. Just click on the said gem or rune and pick it up, after which you need to select the item with the sockets and drop the rune or gem into the item. The only catch here is the fact that once socketed, you cannot remove the gems or runes normally. You will need to destroy the items in sockets with the help of certain combinations of items. You will need to do so in the Horadric Cube.

Now that you know about the equipment, let us take a look at the skills and stat points required for this build.

Fury Build Skills

  • 1 Rabies
  • 20 Fury
  • 20 Heart of the Wolverine/Oak Sage (you need to choose any one of these)
  • 1+ Feral Rage (if you wish to, you can even go ahead and add more than one point in case you do not choose to invest in Grizzly)
  • 20 Lycanthropy

In case you decide to choose Grizzly ahead of the Feral Rage, you will need the following:

  • 1+ Grizzly
  • 1 Raven
  • 1 Dire Wolf
  • 1 Spirit Wolf

As you may have seen in the lines above, the skills for the Druid Fury build can be a little confusing to understand. This is because you will be faced with two different tricky choices. The first choice is between maxing out the skill points for Oak Sage or Heart of the Wolverine. While the Oak Sage summons a spirit that helps increase the health of your party, the Heart of the Wolverine summons a spirit that will enhance the damage and attack rating of your party.

The second tricky decision will be choosing if you want to spend an extra point in Feral Rage, or if you want to go invest points in Grizzly. Of these, the Feral Rage will pull out the life from of your enemies. Its effect only keeps getting stronger with each time you attack. Additionally, each skill point that you invest into the Feral Rage will also enhance and improve its damage, velocity, percentage of life taken out of the enemy, and attack rating.

The Grizzly will provide you with one grizzly bear. This bear will fight right alongside you. If you invest a few extra points here too, you will be able to improve the bear’s passive triggers and its buffs.

Fury Build Stat Points

  • Strength – You will need just about enough points for the gear that you currently have with you.
  • Energy – You do not really need to worry about dumping any points in Energy. This is because the Druid does not really need a lot of mana for this particular build.
  • Dexterity – Just like Strength, here too you will need enough points for the gear you currently have equipped.
  • Vitality – The balance points should be dumped into Vitality.

These were all of the stat points and skills you need for the Fury Druid build in Diablo 2 Resurrected. With this, we also come to the end of this guide on the best Druid build in the game. As you can see, this build magnifies and effectively enhances the capabilities of the shape-shifting character in the game.

Now that you know the Druid build, take a look at our guide on the best Necromancer builds in Diablo 2 Resurrected.