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Top 3 Diablo Immortal Best Solo Builds | Crusader, Barbarian, Demom Hunter Solo Build Guide
6/2/2022 6:53:01 PM

In this guide, we will show you the Top 3 Best Solo player builds in Diablo Immortal, so for each and every single build, we will show you what abilities and class you want to get, as well as explain what gems and attributes to set up, so you would be able to get the best results and highest damage possible and much more.

Diablo Immortal Best Solo Class Tier List


Diablo Immortal Best Solo Build Guide

No matter what level you are or how much offensive and defensive rating you have, any player at any stage of the game will be able to use this build and follow the step-by-step guide, so if this sounds interesting to you, let's get right into it.


Top 1 - Best Barbarian Solo Build

This is the barbarian, his cool abilities to wipe out hordes of enemies with auv attacks make him a great choice for leveling and farming and on top of being one of the best solo player classes. The barbarian has some of the best group buffs in the game, so at the end game this build will become even more powerful.

Skills

  • Best starter build at level 8 is to have Lacerate, Cleave, Hammer of the Ancients, Chain Spear and Whirlwind

  • Best build at Level 15 is to use the same build of Level 8, but just this time switch out the Transpear for Sprint Ability 

  • Best build for Level 50, switch out the Cleave Ability for Broad of the Berserker and this is how our end game solo barbarian build will look like

Attributes

  • +19 Strength

  • +20 Fortitude

The main attribute that you want to get for barbarian is Strength and then secondary attribute is Fortitude, the way you achieve this is by using equipment that either way has strength or fortitude.

Weapon

For your weapons, you first of all want to prioritize how much damage it does, and then secondary the attribute. 

Gems

Then as far as your gems go, you can find the normal and legendary gems to further increase the power of your character. So the top three normal gems are:

Normal Gems

  • Tourmaline - gives you more damage

  • Sapphire - more armor penetration

  • Topaz - give you all resistance increase

Legendary Gems

For the legendary gems, we only recommend to use for the best Diablo Immortal gear that you have:

  • Trickshot Gem - A good starter gem allows you to channel whirlwind skill longer especially when ranked up and awakened, this is by far the best one start gem for barbarian

  • Everlasting Torment - It deals incredible damage over time after a critical hit, for a simple one-star gem this is very powerful

  • Lightning Core - It does direct damage to an enemy group often wiping them out in the process, while the damage is infrequent, it's useful for taking down larger targets 

Paragon

Now let's move over to the last feature which you unlock at max level which are the paragon levels, so you start gaining paragon levels after hitting level 60, each level will grant you one paragon point that you can allocate into any open category. In total, there are five categories and each one gives you more defense, XP bonuses and much more. So then for your barbarian right after you reach max level and start gaining paragon levels, you want to put your points into these categories:

Vanquisher

  • 5 Points to Frist Damage Node

  • 6 Points to Zeal Node

  • 25 Point to Second Damage Node

  • 1 Point to Breath Node

  • 10 Points to Potency Node

This paragon system is meant for any game but no matter, if your full damage dealer or support is usually for all players, the first 40 to 50 paragon points, will be spent in the exact same order. Because by the time, players get to paragon level 40.


Top 2 - Best Crusader Solo Build

This solo player build is the crusader and we chose this class because the crusader has super high AV damage, incredible speed, and a bunch of party vibe buffs. Crusader is a melee and AV damage based class with the fastest overall movement speed in the game because there is an ability that lets you ride the horse, so not only you can move fast but your primary attack transforms into a new attack that can do damage while being on the top of a horse.

Skills

  • Best starter build at level 8 is to have Punish, Spinning Shield, Shield Glare, Sweep Attack and Falling Sword

  • Best build at Level 15 is still to use the same build but just this time we switch out the Shield Glare for Giant Quarter

  • Best build at Level 50, switch out the Sweep Attack for Consecration skill and this is how our in-game solo crusader build will look like 


Attributes

  • +19 Strength

  • +20 Fortitude

The main attribute that you want to get for crusader is strength and then the secondary attribute is fortitude, the way you achieve this is by using equipment that either way has strength or fortitude

Weapon

For your weapon, you first of all want to prioritize how much damage it does and then secondly the attribute

Gems

As far as your gems go, you can find normal and legendary gems to further increase the power of your character:

Normal Gems

  • Tourmaline - gives you more damage

  • Sapphire - more armor penetration

  • Topaz - give you all resistance increase

Legendary Gems

  • Everlasting Torment - A good starter legendary gem that deals incredible damage over time after a critical hit for a simple one-star gem, this is very useful

  • Fervant Fang - Does fantastic single target damage you can easily get it from the battle pass so you don't have to rely on luck to get this gem 

  • Lightning Core - Does direct damage to an enemy group often wiping them out in the process while the damage is RNG based, it's useful for taking down larger bosses

Paragon

The paragon points you can unlock and distribute for your crusader at max 60 level are:

  • 5 Points to Frist Damage Node

  • 6 Points to Zeal Node

  • 25 Point to Second Damage Node

  • 1 Point to Wrath Node

  • 10 Points to Potency Node

This paragon system is meant for any game but no matter, if you are a full damage dealer or support usually for all players, the first 40 to 50 paragon points, will be spent in this exact same order.


Top 3 - Best Demon Hunter Solo Build

This is the demon hunter solo build, and we chose this class because she can deal insane amount of damage to groups of enemies while moving around the battlefield, which makes her amazing for leveling farming and end-game dungeons. As you can attack while moving allows the demon hunter to constantly deal damage while positioning herself out of harm's way. Then lastly if this wasn't good enough then you can simultaneously activate your vengeance and reign of engine skills to become the highest single target damage dealer in the game.

Skills

  • Best starter build at level 8 is to have Crossbow Shot, Knock Back Shot, Multi Shot, Reign of Vengeance and Daring Swing

  • Best build at Level 15 is to use the same build but just this time we switch out the Knockback Shot for Century

  • Best build at Level 50, switch out the Century for Vengeance and this is how our in-game solo demon hunter build will look like.

Attributes

  • +19 Strength

  • +20 Fortitude

The main attribute that you want to get for a demon hunter is strength and then the secondary attribute is fortitude, the way you achieve this is by using equipment that either way has strength or fortitude

Weapon

For your weapon, you first of all want to prioritize how much damage it does and then secondly the attribute

Gems

As far as your gems go, you can find normal and legendary gems to further increase the power of your character:

Normal Gems

  • Tourmaline - gives you more damage

  • Sapphire - more armor penetration

  • Topaz - give you all resistance increase

Legendary Gems

  • Everlasting Torment - A good starter legendary gem that deals incredible damage over time after a critical hit for a simple one-star gem, this is very useful

  • Berserker's Eye - This gem will give you an instant DPS boost with the cost of taking a little bit more damage from the enemies, however being a range class, we can minimize this effect while doing huge DPS

  • Fervant Fang - This is one of the best single target gems in the game and should always have a spot in any build as enemies get stronger and take a longer time to take down this gem becomes even more powerful.

Paragon

The paragon points you can unlock and distribute for your demon hunter at max 60 level are:

  • 5 Points to Frist Damage Node

  • 6 Points to Zeal Node

  • 25 Point to Second Damage Node

  • 1 Point to Breath Node

  • 10 Points to Potency Node

This paragon system is meant for any game but no matter, if you are a full damage dealer or support usually for all players, the first 40 to 50 paragon points, will be spent in this exact same order.

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