News tip Build Barbarian Hammer of the Ancients Diablo 4 to start well and level up quickly to level 50
Published on 06/05/2023 at 21:40
That’s it, Diablo IV is finally accessible and before you throw yourself body and soul into the adventure, you are certainly looking for a build. If you are a player who generally prefers to turn to the Barbarian, you absolutely must test this Hammer of the Ancients build which allows you to pex quickly up to level 50.
As we often tell you, when we look at the different builds of Diablo IV we can easily recognize the gameplay as the Barbarian Bleeding. Here it’s a little harder since the name of the build comes from one of the skills, the Hammer of the Ancients. It is an ability that allows you to do area damage. At the same time, you can take advantage of shouts to buff your allies.
Active skills to use
Lunge Hammer of the Ancients Rallying Cry Finisher Wrath of the Berserker Leap
Gameplay of the Hammer of the Ancients build
Slot is a spell that we will call “gap closer”. It will concretely allow you to quickly close in on a group of enemies in order to quickly draw attention to him. Obviously, it will also do some damage on occasion. Hammer of the Ancients is therefore the spell that gives the name of this build and its principle is quite simple. You hit the ground with that hammer in front of you, which will allow you to do AoE damage in front of you. This is also your main means of damage to a group of enemies. Rallying cry is, as its name suggests, a cry that will have the effect of not only buffing you for 6 seconds, but also your allies, even if it will last twice as long. This shout will increase your movement speed and resource regeneration.Bond is your second AoE spell, except this time it’s the perfect spell to get into a fight. Indeed, you will jump on an area and on impact this will have the effect of pushing back the enemies. On top of that, once the spell is increased, it will give you fury back.
Skill tree – Talent points to put (up to level 50)
Lunge → Empowered Lunge → Warrior’s LungeAncient Hammer → Empowered Ancient Hammer → Furious Ancient HammerRallying Cry → Empowered Rallying Cry → Tactical Rallying CryKill → Empowered Deathblow → Duelist FinisherWrath of the Berserker → Wrath of the Berserker Primal → Supreme Berserker’s WrathLeap → Reinforced Leap → Energetic LeapExpertise: Two-Handed Mace
Barbarian’s Power Codex
Aspect of Ancestral Strength: Sunken Ruins (Scosglen)Aspect of Relentless Fury: Sacred Ossuary (Shattered Peaks)Tightwalker Aspect: Peyrevieille (Scosglen)Shadow Aspect: Champion’s Demise (Arid Steppes)
Last optimization details of this build to start
As usual, let’s finish by looking at the most interesting effects to recover through your armor. What we advise you is to take damage to nearby enemies, chances of critical hits or even a reduction in fury costs.
As with any Barbarian build, be careful to also take equipment that will give you enough armor. Indeed, if you underestimate this point, you risk finding yourself in a delicate situation, struggling to survive during certain fights. Finally, when it comes to which gems you should equip, here are our tips:
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