Blizzard launches Diablo 3 skill calculator

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By now, your mind is probably on the precipice of gaming Nirvana. So many good games are coming out, from Gears of War 3 to Skyrim, but like most gamers, you’re busy fortifying your gaming den with all the supplies necessary for when you take on the demons of Diablo, once again.

Blizzard has been coy with when exactly they are releasing the game, and like any good addict, we’re desperate for a taste of whatever they can give us. Fortunately, Blizzard is giving us the option to craft our future warriors months in advance already with a handy skill calculator.

It’s simple really. Pick your class, pick your skills, set your runes and see what requirements you’ll need exactly to create your custom character. Personally, I’m leaning towards a monk with high stats in dodging, and a thunder-palm attack that will make the Pai-Mei five finger death punch look like a love tap.

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Its a great way to get really amped for the upcoming sequel, as well as fantastic method to see what kind of character you can build, to suit your individual tastes. The skills and runes available are described in exquisite detail, while the characters themselves have more statistics available than an accountant on cocaine.

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So if you have plans for the ultimate Barbarian, check out the skill calculator and post share some of your ideas about the character that you’re creating.

Source: Blizzard via Giantbomb

Last Updated: September 15, 2011

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