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Diablo 2 Resurrected Best Druid Build - D2 Fury Werewolf Druid Build for Endgame
10/14/2021 11:38:32 AM

Druid is a Diablo 2 class that originated from the Barbarian tribes and is highly skilled in the art of killing, one of the most popular builds for the Druid is the Fury Werewolf, which uses the skills Fury and Werewolf. In this article, we’ll bring you the best Diablo 2 Resurrected Druid build for endgame, covering stats, skills, equipment, and more. 


Diablo 2 Resurrected Best Druid Build - D2 Fury Werewolf Druid Build for Endgame 

This is an endgame Druid build created by Fextralife, if you're looking for an endgame shape-shifting Druid build, then this guide is for you while playing the Fury Werewolf Druid and Diablo 2 Resurrected. You'll shapeshift into a powerful werewolf that annihilates its enemies in melee combat, you'll be using the furious skill as your main way of dealing damage feral rage to buff yourself, this Diablo 2 Druid build is intended to be used for Nightmare and Hell difficulties starting around level 40. You can start the game with this build.


Fury Werewolf Druid Stats

The stats distribution will focus on assigning enough points into strength and dexterity to meet equipment requirements, and then assigning everything else into vitality to gain as much life as possible.

Strength: just enough to use your equipment, this will greatly depend on the gear that you are using, and the +strength that you get from the rest of your equipment.

Dexterity: depending on the type of equipment that you are using, you’ll probably have to spend some points here. 

Vitality: all remaining points should be spent here. 

Energy: no points required.


Fury Werewolf Druid Skills

The Fury Werewolf Druid focuses on the shape-shifting tree, but you'll also need to spend some points on the summoning tree, you'll use the following skills when playing this Diablo 2 Resurrected Druid build.

1. Werewolf: this skill transforms you into a werewolf, changing your appearance and greatly increasing your life attack rating and attack speed since your attack skills fury and feral rage can only be used while transformed, you'll need to keep the transformation at all times.

2. Lycanthropy: this skill passively increases your maximum life as well as your transformation time, since this is a melee build, the extra life is mandatory to survive big engagements.

3. Fury: this skill allows you to attack with increased damage and attack rating either to multiple adjacent targets or to one target multiple times, the increased attack rating is essential for this build to make sure you are hitting enemies.

4. Feral Rage: this skill allows you to perform a single target attack with bonus attack rating and damage, you'll earn a buff charge each time you hit an enemy that provides life leech and increased velocity, the first hit creates a small orbiting red orb and each consequent hint after that will make the orb bigger and refresh the timer duration, if you don't hit an enemy for 20 seconds, the orb will wear off and you'll have to start over again, the more hits you successfully land, the more life you will steal and the faster you become. The idea with this build is to first build up a couple of feral charges to acquire velocity and life leech and then switch into fury to maximize your damage output.

5. Heart of Wolverine: this skill summons a spirit that increases the attack rating and damage of your party making it a perfect match for this build, some people like to run oak sage instead of the heart of wolverine but since you can recover life by hitting enemies, attack rating is more important than life.

6. Summon Grizzly: in this case, summon grizzly is optional, you can spend one point here because the bear does a great job as a meat shield on the battlefield.


Since this guide begins at level 40, you'll want to first focus on your fury werewolf and lycanthropy and then work towards completing heart of wolverine and feral rage, you should have around 43 skill points at level 40, 39 from levels and four from quests should have your skills placed in the following manner.

Level 40 Druid Skills

Werewolf: 14 points

Lycanthropy: 14 points

Feral Rage: 1 point

Rabies: 1 point

Fury: 11 points

Oak Sage: 1 point

Heart of Wolverine: 1 point


Fury Werewolf Druid Skill Distribution

At level 90, you should have 101 skill points to distribute, 89 from levels and 12 from quests, below is the distribution of skills.

Level 90 Druid Skills

Werewolf: 20 points

Lycanthropy: 20 points

Feral Rage: 15 points

Rabies: 1 point

Fury: 20 points

Oak Sage: 1 point

Heart of Wolverine: 20 points

Raven: 1 point

Summon Spirit Wolf: 1 point

Summon Dire Wolf: 1 point

Summon Grizzly: 1 point


Budget Fury Werewolf Druid Equipment

It's important to note that since this is a melee build, you'll need to have a decent amount of equipment to make it viable in the end game, this is because your damage and chance to hit will highly depend on your equipment instead of your skill points, two-handed weapons are overall the best choice for this build as they'll provide a higher amount of damage per strike, but some sword and shield combinations are good as well. You'll first want to focus on getting a good weapon that has high damage and attack speed and then focuses on the rest of your equipment. When starting off you'll obviously have less gear, here are some cheap runewords and unique Diablo 2 items that you can use.

1. Helmets: Lore, Cerebus' Bite, Spirit Keeper

2. Weapons: Ribcracker, Crescent Moon, Kingslayer, 

3. Armor: Stealth, Duress

4. Gloves and Belt: something that has life and resistances on them

5. Boots: Faster Run/Walk

6. Rings: items with life stats and resistances

7. Amulets: items provides stats, health resistances or plus Druid skills or plus shape-shifting skills

8. Charms: items plus life, plus resistances, plus attacking rating, plus damage and plus shape-shifting


Optimal Fury Werewolf Druid Equipment

Once you're reaching max level, you'll want to start searching for the following equipment to complete your character. 

1. Helmet: Jalal’s Mane

2. Weapon: Grief, Stormshield, Death, Breath of The Dying

3. Armor: Fortitude, Chains of Honor

4. Gloves: Laying of Hands, Dracul’s Grasp

5. Belts: Verdungo’s Hearty Cord

6. Boots: Gore Rider

7. Rings: Bul-Kathos’ Wedding Band, Raven Frost

8. Amulets: Highlord’s Wrath, Mara’s Kaleidoscope

9. Charms: items plus life, plus resistances, plus attacking rating, plus damage and plus shape-shifting


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