The classic Barbarian returns in Diablo 3 with many similar feats and skills as in previous games. The Barbarian is a melee-focused character that mainly does loads of physical damage and taking the hits for his teammates while playing cooperatively.
Barbarians are savage wanderers who never flinch from close-quarters combat. Mighty ground stomps, leaping attacks and dual-wielded slashes leave a barbarian’s enemies dead in their boots and send any survivors fleeing for cover.
Barbarian can dominate a melee with any combination of weapon and approach directly their enemies because of his size and strength. Barbarian though tend towards massive and imposing weaponry. Barbarians are no strangers to the pains of battle, and often fare better in the midst of several opponents, taking and giving cuts, than when attempting to chase down single targets.
Barbarians’ attacks are primarily melee focused. Their quick weapon swings whittle down the number of weaker foes in seconds, while their slower, ground-shaking slams and stomps can send approaching hordes reeling and crack the armor of mightier foes.
The Barbarian uses a Rage meter instead of the traditional Mana pool. Certain Barbarian Skills generate Rage and certain Skills use Rage up. Barbarians generate Rage when doing and taking damage. Barbarians can not only wield 2 weapons at once or one huge axe or broadsword, but use a 1-handed weapon with a shield too.
Barbarian posses 2 category skills which strengthen and give power to the barbarian:
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