Top Necromancer Builds From Week 1
We're highlighting a handful of the most-viewed Necromancer builds from this last week. To view more Necromancer builds, you can browse using our build tool here.
Want to learn more about the Diablo 3 Necromancer? View our guide here. You can also learn more about Patch 2.6 in our recap post.
1. Necromancer Bone Storm Build
Bone Storm Build
First Look: Season 11
With Season 11 only a couple of weeks away, Blizzard has updated their Official Blog with everything you need to know about cosmetics, journey rewards, conquests, and Haedrig's Gift.
Originally posted by Blizzard (Official Blog)
Our next Season begins soon! For those among you who enjoy the fresh start a Season brings, we want to give you a glimpse of what to expect before you race out the gate in Season 11. Read on for the details on Seasonal rewards, Conquests, and more.
The Season of the Necromancer
All who oppose you,...
A round of hotfixes that were scheduled to go live last week and were subsequently delayed are now live! Details below.
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Official Forums)
- Fixed an issue which caused the six-piece bonus on the Grace of Inarius set to proc the effect of Mirinae and other on-hit effects too frequently
- Adjusted the Bones of Rathma six-piece set bonus based on player feedsback
- The six-piece bonus will now grant 625% (up from 250%) damage to your minions and Army of the Dead skill for each active Skeletal Mage with a total cap of 2500%. With this, players will only need to summon four (down from ten) Skeletal Mages to receive the full six-piece set...
Update July 17, 2017: Kingdom Hearts III was a highlight of this year's D23 Expo, and with it came the reveal of a new world.
Update December 19, 2015: Square Enix recently released a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III as part of Jump Festa 2015. As a result, we've been able to update our ongoing Kingdom Hearts III feature....
Last night's Top 8 for Street Fighter V at Evo 2017 was something to behold. The biggest game of the multi-fighting game tournament, Street Fighter always caps off the Evolution Championship Series, and last night did not disappoint.
After two days of pools, the tournament was down to eight players on Sunday night: five from Japan, and three from the U.S. In what is usually a fairly diverse playerbase in terms of country of origin, this year saw the East battle the West. Given the unusually high number of American players in Top 8, the United States was in a better position than ever to take its first Street Fighter win at Evo in the...
After Telltale's popular first season starring the Caped Crusader, the company is probably planning to give players more adventures with Batman. A rating on New Zealand's Film & Video Labelling Body may have just revealed the title for Telltale's likely follow-up.
The listing refers to the season pass for a product called "Batman: The Enemy Within." This naming convention is consistent with Telltale's approach to the latest season of The Walking Dead, which was called "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier."
For now, the name is the only hint we have, but if a sequel is really on the...
Welcome to Citizens of the Stars, our new weekly program exclusively about you, the Star Citizen Community. Whether through bug reports on the issue council, feedback on the forums, or the creation of content inspired by the game, Star Citizen is only possible because of the community. Citizens of the Stars not only highlights these contributions, but also puts a dev in the hotseat for a round of Quantum Questions, which addresses some fun facts about the dev and game.
This week on Citizen Spotlight, Myre talks streaming Star Citizen on Twitch. Plus, DevOps Engineer Keegan Standifer pops in for another round of Quantum Questions.
Remember, many of the questions used are taken from our Star Citizen Subscribers in this thread...
It's another "Mayhem Monday" which means it's time for some more news from Volition's Agents of Mayhem. This week, there's a new trailer that introduces us to the Firing Squad, a group described as "morally flexible and occasionally reliable."
First up is Oni, a former Yakuza assassin who uses a silenced pistol and can weaken enemies with his aura of fear. Next up is a familiar face, Pierce Washington from the Saints Row franchise. He's a wannabe hip-hop star who was recruited to the team after unifying the gangs in Stilwater. His special power allows him to hypnotize enemies into dancing. Finally, we have the Iranian assassin...
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