I started thinking about this when Liz Harper first mentioned wanting to see Amazons in Diablo 4 because she hadn't seen that particular archetype combining ranged and melee play in Diablo 3.
Diablo's Season 21 is now live, and by now, I think you know the bit.
So you want to play a Monk in World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion, Shadowlands.
So maybe Diablo 4's big announcement has captured your interest in the Diablo series.
With the 2.6.7 PTR, we're getting a look at new sets and items coming for Diablo 3, and while the new sets are focused on Crusaders and Monks, several legendaries are getting reworked based on feedback from Barbarian players to make them more desirable or interesting for the game's most angry class.
I’m listening to Faith No More and playing Diablo 3. Look, this week has been astonishingly stressful in my house, so… yeah. Faith No More and Diablo 3.
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I think about this one a lot.
When discussing Diablo 4 and what classes we'd like to see in it, the first thing to realize is that each new Diablo game has introduced new ones.
I don't play a Shadow Priest, but while reading Mitch's post about his favorite class/spec in the beta, I realized some of the things he was saying sounded awfully familiar.
The Legion expansion has officially gone on long enough that I have almost every class at max level -- and reasonably well-geared, thanks to Argus.