The Barbarian comes from Mount Arreat described as near-legendary, dual wielding furies that are relentless and extremely powerful. Back in the Diablo 2 days, they were also the ones carrying powerful double weapons designed to deal as much damage as possible. Most people would instantly think of the Barbarian when it comes to Diablo 3 for a couple of reasons: - They perceive him to be the strongest ‘tank’ in the game - They have unparalleled physical strength and can normally equip the most advanced ‘strength’ based equipment that most other characters will struggle to equip - The ability to handle large crowds using Whirlwind, cleaving through hordes and leaping down on a group of monsters while dealing huge damage. You can learn so much more by checking this out: Diablo 3 Secrets The strengths of the Barbarians include being able to deal the most melee damage. They are able to do so with large amounts of strength and the right equipment. They also have the most health in the game (if built properly) so that they are able to withstand a lot of punishment. That is why they are always welcomed in parties because they serve on the frontlines by absorbing damage. The weaknesses of the Barbarian are obviously their inability to use magic like other spell casters. Therefore they always suffer when it comes to bosses because no matter how much health they have, a hit from a boss is usually very, very painful. Melee attacks are also limited in the sense that you have to literally dive into battle and it could be very dangerous if you do not have any backup. But to learn how to turn this to your advantage, you'll need to download your copy of this great game guide: Diablo 3 Secrets At the end of the day, the person who chooses the Barbarian must not be a stay away kind of personality and be willing to take one for the team. If this is the type of player you are, then by all means use the Barbarian to dominate your Diablo 3 games.
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