How To Increase Armour Hunter Diablo 3 ?

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#1 Posted by D3Lover (25 posts) -
How to increase armour hunter diablo 3 ? There are four primary stats Dexterity, Strength, Intelligence, and Vitality. For the Armour Hunter, Dexterity is the primary stat. Each point in Dexterity increases the Armour Hunters damage by 1%. Dexterity also increases the Armour Hunter's dodge rate. Armour Hunters just happen to be more squishy than one would expect. This is because the primary attribute is dexterity, not vitality. There are ways to counteract that squishiness, such as pluses to vitality, and during the mid game are much more beneficial than, say, increases to damage. You still won't be able to tank that well, but if you're in a bad spot, it won't hurt as much. The Armour Hunter needs less Vitality than other classes; just enough to survive ranged attackers rather than worrying about melee hits for diablo 3 gold Eu/Us. If you are getting hit by melee attacks, you either are not being careful or simply are not playing the class right. This is a flat relationship; each extra point of Dexterity means an extra percentage point of damage. You will want to maximize Dexterity as much as you can as this is what primarily determines your damage as a Armour Hunter. Strength and Intelligence do little for the Armour Hunter each point of strength increases its armor by 1 and intelligence modestly increases resist rates of elemental attacks. However, these bonuses provided are very low. Gear that contains these stats might be worthless for the Demon Hunter, but that does not make the gear worthless these are the primary stats of other classes and increase the damage of other classes. Since these do increase the stats of other classes, items with a lot of either of these two stats may be valuable to sell on the auction house. The point of all this is that you need to maximize both Dexterity and weapon damage if you want to deal a lot of damage. If you have a great weapon and not very good Dexterity totals, you will not deal great damage. If you have a bad weapon and high Dexterity totals, you will not deal much damage either. You need a balance of both to be effective.More information about Diablo 3 Gold news or diablo 3 guide you can check http://www.d3lover.com .
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#2 Posted by tonykabba (32 posts) -

Informative post. I was recently asking myself this question.