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Diablo 3 Best Class [Ranked Tier List] (Latest Patch)

What are the strongest, middle classes and bad in Season 22?
Patch 2.6.10

Hey guys, all ok? Frankenstein here in the area to bring you a super update on how they are as news of Season 22 Shadows of Nefalem, in terms of best, middle and worst classes, with the why, efficiency analysis and much more!


Hey you, warrior and nefalem warrior, season 22 is on the air with a series of news, obviously bringing a series of doubts about which class you should start with, why you start with it and how to stay during the season , right? I will expose here, my updates, opinions and favorite ideas, always trying to relate them to those in the ranking of the best global players, in a well updated, organized and well summarized way for all you. Oh, and there’s more, I’m going to separate Season 22 classes here into tiers, so you can look at them and analyze their pros and cons.

Tier-S: S, of supreme, correct? Hahaha, These are the classes that we can call Godlikes, or, in other words, the ones with less chance of going wrong with your choice.

Tier-A: The Tier-A classes are among the “pre godlikes”, that is, they are the classes that present a good performance, have a good efficiency, but, they may not reach the Tier-S category for some specific factor.

Tier-B: They are good, they can stand out in brief details, but they fall short in some aspects.

Tier-C: They are classes of weak points, kind of nauseating and maybe not so interesting in terms of mid-late game performances.

Tier-D: The classes here are the most ruined, the ones with the worst performances and synergies.

1) Demon Hunter (S-Tier)

Here, basically, I present you the strongest class in the game.

DH is an extremely strong, efficient, fast character, with points of occurrence and advantages. My recommendation, based on past seasons and also the current season, is DH. For you who are starting to play now, and are looking to make your first adventure.

- An extremely high DPS, extreme battle potential with good races, against elites and monsters in great quantity.

- You may not be able to easily level up (1 ~ 70) (This is often a personal problem, remembering that it varies from person to person), you may have some difficulty here or there, due to the discounted items you need to get, more surely you will get a good weapon in your Kanai cube, or a Karlei point, or a Lord Greenstone fan, which will help a lot.

- At level 70, the build that you should try to build is the Set of Lands of Dread Set, where you will achieve a great ease of game development.

- You have to get a beast of 1 hand Dawn (which will give you the necessary recharge for you to stay in Vengeance mode all the time).

- As a group, the DH class can act more as a support, with excellent buffs, and can help damage the Sorcerers or Necromancers.

- Extremely FANTASTIC Speedfarm, fast (even in supplication 16, hunts), strong, and efficient at high slit levels.

- The problem here, in DH, in my opinion, is that Terras do Pavor is so strong, that basically there is no other choice with the same efficiency in the S22, because the other well-known builds are outdated.

Demon Hunter's overall rating for a season 22? 99.8 / 100

2) Barbarian (S-Tier)

The supreme, the fearless, the lord of strength, Barbarian.

Well, we started our list, with obviously the most unbeatable being in diablo 3, barbarian. Why is the barbarian at the top of our list in the S category? Because he is basically a character with everything and all the facilities (let's say so), that you need. Completing the first 4 chapters of the season, you get the Horde of the 90 savages, which falls into the category of an excellent set. Remembering that the barbarian is excellent for group play (Rat Runs), Rat Runs are xp explosions made in a group, as quickly as possible, they can associate with Necromancers (1 support barbarian, 1 support necromancer, 2 DPS necromancers), as a good request, to make larger cracks, as quickly as possible.

- The barbarian is really easy to level up (1 ~ 70), has good skill mechanics and runes, a very good chance of getting good / excellent weapons with upgrading the Kanai cube.

- Basically it is an easy character to build (level up without difficulties).

- Excellent sets to get you started, like (Horde of the Savage 90s, resource generator build (Frenzy), or Wrath of Shredding Wastes (Destroy the Elites).

- It has an extreme speed, broken runes, skills that combine intensely (Whirlwind + Rend + Furious Charge).

- It has an enviable mechanics when it comes to playing both solo and group.

- Basically in the Mid / Late game, you can get excellent combos with the sets

(Wastes set + Bul-Katho´s set), + Kanai cube that will provide you with excellent combinations of attributes with skills.

- Rat Runs with extreme efficiency, speed and power.

- Why am I going to give 99.5% to the barbarian this season? Why the fourth space of Kanai's cube, will provide better performance in other classes (Speedfarm much faster)

- Overall barbarian rating for Season 22? 99.5 / 100

3) Monk (A-Tier)

Monk is being a surprise this season, because although he has not been modified in this 2.6.10 patch, he has had a sensational buff on Sheng Long's Legendary Fists skill.

- It is a character with average / good efficiency at the time of up (1 ~ 70).

- The set that you will be presented at Haedrig's Gift, is the Precepts of Justice (Which is the build that will be stronger in Monk, this season).

- Precepts of Justice + the Season Bonus + Kanai Cube (With Balance + Okun´s Law), will give you an excellent consistency, mid late game.

- If you get Balance or Torches-incense from the Great Temple, it will help you a lot in your trajectory.

- Focusing on the support monk build, with a series of buffs and speedfarms, you will never be without a group.

- You have the possibility to make a good slit push, that is, really high slits with very intense levels. (Push, basically, would be a challenge to ever larger cracks).

- Good placement against Chiefs and Elites

- If you want to invest in Fists of Shenlong, you will really destroy, making an extremely efficient farm.

- I think Monk, in my view, is somewhat limited in some matters.

Monk overall rating for season 22? 88/100

4) Necromancer (A-Tier)

Necromancer is an extremely efficient class, very quiet to play at the beginning of the game and is very attractive.

- You'll be able to level up (1 ~ 70) extremely fast, whether you're getting a good 2-handed scythe.

- With a third Kanai cube recipe, you can get it with a very good chance Claws of the Essence, which was really puffed in patch 2.6.9

- The set you will be presented at Dadiva de Haedric is the Burning Carnival Mask, which together with the Bone Spear set, is the strongest Necromancer build at the present time and perhaps one of the strongest builds of the season.

- What's the matter with Necro, in my view? You will be very attached to the item Haunting Visions, because it is the one that will make your Blood Simulator alive all the time. If your Simulacre died, you will lose a lot of damage from the Set.

- I recommend you start with the Legacy of Dreams + Skeleton Wizard build until you get Amazing Visions.

- His speedfarm is relatively good, he is very benefited by the 4 slot of the kanai cube, but in relation to a monk or DH, he is still far behind.

- Necromancer overall rating for season 22? 87/100

5) Crusader (B-Tier)

Well, here we are with the tank king.

The Crusader is an average character, you have a good efficiency to make the torment 16, although it is not fast in relation to the other classes. For the larger crevices, I already find it a little more stuck. But check out its context this Season 22.

- Low / medium start class, due to the low chance of getting the necessary equipment.

- It is a relatively easy class to assemble, the set that you will be presented at Dadiva de Haedrig is the Aegis of Bravery.

- Various builds (which will depend on your gameplayer), such as Aegis of Valor + Fist of Paraiso (Farmbuild), Furia do Paraiso (Pushbuild), Bombing build.

- Kanai's Cube, with excellent potential for Paradise Fury, such as (Destiny of the Wicked + Shield of Fury)

- In relation to other classes in cracks, it is very slow.

- The Crusader in a group, with the use of Fury of Paradise will be the absolute RGK (Rift Guardian Killer) of this season. RGK is when you are in very high level rifts, and you need a very high and consistent damage, of individual character, for you to kill the Rift Guardian + a few Elites.

And that is why I consider Crusader to be a reasonable character, everything will depend on the style of game you take or the build you choose.

Crusader overall rating for season 22? 82/100

6) Sorcerer (C-Tier)

The Sorcerer has his place here, in sixth place.

- The Sorcerer has an average start to the game, even if you don't get some interesting equipment, he will have a regular development, as he is the master of the massacre bonuses.

- Achieving an Imminent Death Mojo, you will achieve a good performance in the Spirit Save skill, considerably damaging your damage and improving your performance in the game.

- At level 70, you will be presented by Dadiva de Haedric with Mundunugu Clothing, this being the build you will want to play as a Wizard.

- At the beginning of the season, for you to stay alive, maybe a Sacred Mower, it will fulfill this role well, because it will apply the number of applications of the souls. The Lakumba Ornament Armband will also give you a good development. The worst of all and the one that will take the most work is the Void Ring.

- The main role that I see for the Wizard is that of Trash Killer, however, with the current season bonus prevailing more the Necromancer class (It will be much stronger), so it is up to you to choose which one you can invest to be a good trash killer.

-It is not a good Speedfarm, even more with a worse result in larger cracks.

Sorcerer overall rating for a season 22? 75/100

7) Arcanist (D-Tier)

The arcanist has been doing a couple of seasons that has been having a horrible performance, and this season 22, it doesn't seem to have changed that.

- To level up with the arcanist of 1 ~ 70, he has the WORST development of all classes. That is, the most difficult and hateful to level.

- You can get level 1 a Winter's Breath, which will increase the damage of your Hydra, but here comes a series of controversies about the arcanist. I recommend that you wait until you decide which wand you want to improve for the third recipe from Kanai's cube. If you decide to invest in the Faiscar da Serpente wand, it pays to take the Winter Whistle at level 1. But if you don't get the Faiscar da Serpente wand, wait until level 33, so you have the chance to get a Carved Coat, so , more interesting than the Winter Breath.

- You will have a hard time assembling your arcanist at the beginning.

- The set you will receive for Dadiva de Haedric is the Veil of Typhon, which despite having a very nice damage, does not have a good game dynamic. (Errors, behind errors in the arcanist).

- You will have a little work to assemble your builds with the arcanist.

- As a team, you have the possibility to play with the Tornado de Energia, however, although everything is ok on the consoles, some bugs can still be detected on the PC (Again, more bugs).

- The arcanist's Speedfarm is slow / average, being in the last option, in relation to the other characters this season. However, you can try to play with the Speedfarm build of Legacies of Orb of Ice and Vyr with Explosion Wave.

- Arcanist overall rating for season 22? 68/100

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Diablo 3: The Best Solo Classes Ranked Worst To Best

Sure, defeating hordes of demons and saving Tristram from literal Hell is gratifying, but nothing comes close to the catharsis of getting some highly-coveted loot or ladder spot. It's what motivates Diablo 3 players, after all. When it comes to reaping the rewards, efficiency is the name of the game; utilizing the most effective classes for their solo clearing capabilities is a must for those looking to reach the top of the Greater Rift ladders.

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Each season of Diablo 3, balance changes tend to upset the efficiency of the classes and shake up the game's meta. That's why it's rather important to know which classes are currently at the top this season. For those who are interested in Greater Rifts or any kind of ladder, then these classes will still satisfy the need for a fast room-clearing whirlwind of Hell hate. Here's how each of the seven classes fares, ranked from least to most efficient.

Updated April 24th, 2021 by Sid Natividad: It's been one month into Season 23 of Diablo 3 and the changes have been rather dramatic for the seven classes. Lots of nerfs and buffs have happened and some good classes have fallen while less-than-stellar ones have risen to the top. Hence, an update is warranted. Do note that this is subject to change in the near future and is based on Greater Rift solo clearing runs.


Demon Hunter is a class that got a new shiny armor set in the last season and actually disrupted the meta back then. That new set would be the Gears of Dreadlands which put the Demon Hunter near the top of the solo leaderboards. Nowadays though, the Demon Hunter is lagging behind compared to others.

Before, the GoD/Hungering Arrow Build, often considered now as the most powerful Demon Hunter build, was plowing through the content fast. Now, it's only decent and B-list in a subjective ranking at best. Still, don't let that stop you from living out your demon-hunting dreams. The best build for this one consists of the following items:

  • Gears of Dreadlands Set
  • The Ninth Cirri Satchel Quiver
  • Hunter's Wrath Belt
  • Dawn Hand Crossbow
  • Wraps of Clarity Bracers

Skills are:

  • Smoke Screen
  • Preparation
  • Vengeance
  • Hungering Arrow
  • Strafe
  • Ambush


The Witch Doctor has certainly seen better days. One of the most prevalent complaints about it right now is now the developers nerfed it to the ground. Depending on player skill, the best build for Witch Doctor might be worse than the Demon Huner, making it possibly the worst class right now if Witch Doctor players don't optimize.

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Speaking of optimizing the Witch Doctor for it to become decent at the very least so far, the best clearing build for the Witch Doctor is Mundunugu's/Spirit Barrage that requires Mundunugu's Regalia Set and pretty much taking advantage of Spirit Barrage in the primary attack slot. These items should make it viable:

  • Mundungu's Regalia Set
  • Ring of Royal Grandeur
  • Captain Crimson's Silk Girdle
  • The Barber Ceremonial Knight
  • Gazing Demise Mojo
  • Ring of Emptiness
  • Lakumba's Ornament Bracers

Skills are:

  • Soul Harvest
  • Spirit Walk
  • Locust Swarm
  • Spirit Barrage
  • Confidence Ritual
  • Grave Injustice


For those looking for the best speed farming class in the game, the Monk is currently at the top of its game. It has the fastest clear speeds in the game though not exactly the best survivability. Still, it holds up well on its own in solo play especially with two builds that make Monk a formidable class.

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The first build would be Sunwuko Tempest Rush and the other one is the Patterns of Justice Tempest Rush. Both utilize Tempest Rush as their mouse-button skills and the big difference is the items they use, namely the Sunwuko Set for the first one and the Patterns of Justice Set for the other along with some varied Legendary items. For the Sunwuko Tempest Rush which is the more stable of the two, then these items should do:

  • Monkey King's Garb Set
  • Captain Crimson's Silk Girdle
  • Captain Crimson's Waders
  • Vengeful Wind Fist Weapon
  • Won Khim Lau Fist Weapon
  • Cesar's Memento Bracers
  • Balance Daibo
  • Obsidian Ring of the Zodiac

For the skills:

  • Epiphany
  • Sweeping Wind
  • Punch
  • Tempest Rush
  • Beacon of Ytar
  • The Guardian's Path


The Barbarian class crushes its enemies, sees them driven before him (or her), and hears the lamentations of their rivals in the leaderboards. Seriously, the previous changes to the Barbarian class, namely to the Rend skill, turns the Barbarian into a whirlwind of hellspawn giblets to make its Diablo 2 predecessor proud.

While Rend is the ace skill, Whirlwind is still the main tool in the Barbarian's arsenal. The top build uses Wrath of the Wastes Set, and some Legendary items like Lamentation (*wink*) to buff up Rend. This class is easy to build and has no downsides, though with how powerful and cheap it is right now, that might change in the future. For now, enjoy these items:

  • Wrath of the Wastes Set
  • Lamentation Belt
  • Ambo's Pride Mighty Weapon
  • Squirt's Necklace
  • Convention of Elements Ring
  • Obsidian Ring of the Zodiac
  • Messerschmidt's Reaver

Skill-wise, grab these:

  • Wrath of the Berserker
  • Whirlwind
  • Rampage


The Necromancer might have gotten a new set in the previous seasons and some buffs here and there so it's now at a good spot in the top of the tier lists. While the clear speed is good, it's not the best for those looking for maximum efficiency in a kill race. It still performs admirably in solo and can also fit in well in groups as it has good support.

The builds in question here would be those that utilize the Masquerade of the Burning Carnival set. As for the main skill, Bone Spear will usually do or even something like Simulacrum. It's more flexible than other builds due to not relying on sets. For a more accurate build, these items should produce results:

  • Masquerade of the Burning Carnival Set
  • Haunted Visions Amulet
  • Maltorius' Petrified Spike Two-Handed Scythe
  • Scythe of the Cycle Scythe
  • Krysbin's Sentence Ring
  • Gelmindor's Marrow Guards Bracers

For the skills:

  • Blood Rush
  • Simulacrum
  • Bone Armor
  • Punch
  • Bone Spear


The Wizard apparently received a big boost in the latest big update for Diablo 3. Now it's more than a decent and respectable solo class for clearing, it has surpassed other classes due to its improvements. This puts the Wizard at the top of the pile after the balance changes, possibly looking to be nerfed in the future.

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Do note that the difference isn't that big and players looking to try other Wizard builds can still do so without much repercussion. For this season, the LoD Twister Wizard build is the top dog or subclass for the class. Its namesake comes from utilizing the Energy Twister skill for the Wizard. These items are also a huge help:

  • The Twisted Sword
  • Etched Sigil Shield
  • Valthek's Rebuke Staff
  • Squirt's Necklace
  • Ashnagarr's Blood Bracer
  • Halo of Karini Ring
  • Convention of Elements Ring
  • Aquila Cuirass

For the skills, use these:

  • Arcane Torrent
  • Magic Weapon
  • Stone Armor
  • Punch
  • Energy Twister
  • Audacity
  • Galvanizing Ward


The Crusader is now in an awesome spot in Diablo 3. The barrage of buffs to certain Crusader builds have made it more than enough for clearing Greater Rifts. It's one of the solid choices for Season 23 right now. The most viable builds are Akkhan Invoker Bombardment and AoV Heaven's Fury.

With enough dedication and hard work, players will still be able to reach top spots in solo leaderboards with the Aegis of Valor/Heaven's Fury build. It boasts the Valor armor set along with some astonishing Legendary accessories and weapons along with Heaven's Fury skill in the primary attack slot. Make sure to get these for the top build:

  • Aegis of Valor Set
  • Captain Crimson's Silk Girdle
  • Ring of Royal Grandeur
  • Fate of the Fell Two-Handed Flail
  • Shield of Fury
  • Bracer of Fury
  • Convention of Elements

For killing enemies fast and in droves, these skills ought to do the heavy lifting:

  • Judgment
  • Laws of Valor
  • Akarat's Champion
  • Fist of the Heavens
  • Heaven's Fury
  • Holy Cause

Bear in mind that plenty of things can change as Season 23 progresses. For sure, Season 24 will spice things up more.

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Diablo III

The Barbarian is a massive, heavily-armed warrior, a wanderer from a tribe that once guarded the sacred Mount Arreat.

  • Fights savagely with melee weapons.
  • Utilizes brute strength to wield mighty two-handed weapons, a weapon in both hands, or a weapon and shield.
  • Builds up Fury when taking or dealing damage, then unleashes it in devastating attacks.

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The Crusader is a champion of justice adorned with metal armor and gleaming power. When evil emerges from its lair to twist and destroy humankind, the Crusader charges.

  • Passes down judgment with cruel flails and towering shields—the latter as much weapon as armor.
  • Forces the hosts of evil to fight (up-close or at medium range) with a myriad of abilities, and pronounces laws to augment the combat prowess of all who oppose darkness.
  • Simmers with Wrath, a steadily mounting fervor, to unleash even more punishing attacks.

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The Demon Hunter is the survivor of a demonic attack who has dedicated body and soul in an unending quest to rid the world of the influence of the demons that threaten Sanctuary.

  • Deals death to foes with long-range weaponry like grenades, bows, and crossbows.
  • Remains mobile with avoidance powers, and snares enemies in place with careful traps.
  • Relies on Hatred, a swiftly regenerating inner fire, and Discipline, a moderate reservoir of marksmanship skill.

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The Monk is a holy warrior, a servant of the divine whose body has been honed into a deadly weapon.

  • Strikes down evil with lightning-quick fists and unique melee weapons like punch daggers and monk staves.
  • Calls upon the power of his thousand and one gods to protect, shield, heal, and banish.
  • Generates Spirit, an inner strength that fuels the monk’s mobility and dodging in combat.

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The Necromancer harnesses terrifying powers of blood and bone to restore balance to Sanctuary, cursing his enemies with dreadful afflictions and commanding powerful skeletal armies and towering golems.

  • Commands armies of skeletal soldiers and magi.
  • Torments enemies with horrific curses, making them easy prey.
  • Harvests Essence from enemies to gain mastery over life and death.

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The Witch Doctor weaves the power of the spirits of the Unformed Land, summoning creatures from beyond the grave.

  • Summons frightful undead, vermin, and other creatures for protection and offense.
  • Uses destructive poison, acid, and fire attacks.
  • Powers spells and summons with Mana, a slow-accruing but deep well of energy.

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The Wizard is an arcane prodigy who commands time and the elements in the pursuit of destiny and power.

  • Wields arcane magics, manipulating space, time, and the natural and mystic elements.
  • Freezes, incinerates, and restrains foes.
  • Invokes magic rapidly with Arcane Power, a quickly-regenerating reservoir of power.

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Diablo 3 - All Classes Ranked

In case you didn’t already know, Diablo 3 Season 24: Ethereal Memory is the season of Ethereals. Ethereal items are rare and powerful weapon-type items that can take the strength of your character to a whole another level.  Players can both acquire and hunt for these powerful items throughout season 24. Ethereals provide two main incredible qualities, a random Class-passive power, and a random Class-Legendary power. There are three different Ethereal weapons available for each class, making up a total of 21 weapons. In this short guide, we tell you about the Diablo 3 best solo class, so that you can have an easier time playing through season 24.

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With all the major benefits Ethereals provide, and the nature of gameplay of season 24, there was bound to be better, stronger character and class builds. While some classes are better off in 4 person DPS teams, others are suited to solo builds. In this short guide, we tell you about the Diablo 3 best solo class, so that you can have an easier time playing through the current game.

Diablo 3 best solo class

Currently, there is something to play for in any class the player chooses. This can be matched by the fact that a build from every class has made it onto the S-tier list. While there are differences between the various classes and players may prefer one class over another due to playing styles and personal preferences, a few classes do stand further apart from others.

Diablo 3 Best Solo Classes Ranked

5. Demon Hunter

Diablo 3 best solo class

This demon hunter class has a diverse set of both offensive and defensive skills. Ranking at 5 on Diablo 3 best solo class, the Demon Hunter is a ranged class. The demon hunter has access to Hatred based offensive and Discipline based defensive skills. Through this, a Demon Hunter has great adaptability. Additionally, Demon Hunters have special Rocket skill support, which is not only really cool but also packs quite a punch.

The best build available for the Demon Hunter is the Gears of Dreadlands Hungering Arrow. The build is great for solo farming and is easy to play. The setup also brings a lot of variants depending on your preferred item, skills, and play style. However, this brings about a lot of variation and fine details which need to be learned to maximize character potential. However, the Demon Hunter’s Buriza Do Kyanon ballista is easily the best Ethereal weapon in the game. This makes the Demon Hunter rank above most other classes. As with all other build in this guide for Diablo 3 best solo class, we’ve recommended some equipment that you’ll need, along with useful skills.

Diablo 3 best solo class

Recommended Equipment:

Gears of Dreadlands

The Ninth Cirri Satchel

Hunter’s Wrath


Depth Diggers

Wraps of Clarity

Useful Skills:

Hungering Arrow




4. Necromancer

diablo 3 best solo class

The Necromancer class is a nice overall class in recent seasons, neither too good nor too bad. Masters of the dark arts, Necromancers use powerful spells and summon armies of pets to control and devastate their enemies. Being masters of life and death, they control curses, golems, and undead minions to lay waste to their enemies in battle. Their damage is dependent on their intelligence stat and includes Poison, Physical and Chill type elementals, which are imbued in their scythes and equips.

The strongest Necromancer build currently available is the Legacy of Dreams Corpse Explosion. The LoD Corpse Explosion build can easily rank fourth in the S-tier list with how strong its burst damage capability is. While the Johnstone is the core of the build, adding a 200% damage increase to the Corpse Explosion skill. The gives the build great area damage coverage turning the Necromancer into a true reaper. If not for strong cooldown dependency and higher difficulty of gathering equipment, the Necromancer would probably rank higher.

Diablo 3 best solo class

Basic Equipment:

The Johnstone

Grasps of Essence

Nayr’s Black Death

Trag’Oul’s Corroded Fang

Krysbin’s Sentence

Convention of Elements

Leoric’s Crown

Skills Needed

Corpse Explosion

Grim Scythe

Land of the Dead

Blood Rush

Bone Armor

3. Crusader

diablo 3 best solo class

One of the toughest classes in the game, the Crusader takes third position for Diablo 3 best solo class. The Crusader is an incredibly unyielding and tough class. Crusaders are tanky and tough to kill. They can deal both melee and ranged damage, while being able to wield two-handed swords and shields. Being equipped with impenetrable plates and bulky armor, these tank-like forces are great whether you’re a beginner or a veteran. Currently, the Crusader has two outstanding S-tier builds.

The best Crusader build in the game is Aegis of Valor Heaven’s Fury. The setup is based on the level 70 Aegis of Valor set equipment. The set gives so much raw power to the Crusader that it easily becomes one of the best solo classes. Along with multiple Legendary items such as the Shield of Fury and Fate of Fell, the Crusader can dish out serious damage despite being a slow. The Aegis of Valor Heaven’s Fury build is certainly an incredible S-tier tank. It has immense single target damage and is easy to play for beginners. However, the top Crusader builds are relatively harder to find and equip and fall behind in terms of skill choice.

Diablo 3 best solo class

Recommended Equipment

Aegis of Valor

Captain Crimsons Trimmings

Shield of Fury

Fate of the Fell

Ring of Royal Grandeur

Bracer of Fury

Recommended Skills

Heaven’s Fury

Fist of Heaven


Akarats Champion

Laws of Valor

2. Wizard

Diablo 3 best solo class

The Wizard class is the second strongest class for Diablo 3 solo play. The class is mainly focused on long range spell casting and crowd control abilities, accompanied by high magic damage. On the other hand, Wizards have weak defenses making them somewhat of a glass cannon. The wizard class can equip 3 class specific items, wands, sources, and wizard-hats. Clever and effective utilization of the class can reap a lot of benefits for any kind of player. Currently there are two S-tier Wizard builds available.

The first of the 2 S-tier builds for the wizard class is the Firebird Mirror Image. This is the second strongest build available, after the LOD wave of light Monk. The build relies on the level 70 Firebird’s finery set equipment. Ethereals easily landed this build in the second strongest position.  With the Ethereal 2 handed staff Mang Song’s lesson equipped, a wizard player can easily decimate anything in its path with its high DPS. The setup has a unique playstyle with an extremely high DPS capability. Moreover, it’s easy for new players to get their hands on the starter gear needed making the build attractive.

diablo 3 best solo class

Equipment Needed:

Firebirds Finery Set


Orb of Infinite Death

Ring of Royal Grandeur

Must-have Skills:


Spectral Blade

Mirror Image

Explosive Blast



1. Monk:

Diablo 3 best solo class

Arguably, the Diablo 3 best solo class is the Monk class. The Monk is typically centered around being fast and agile, with the ability to dual wield. The class incorporates physical, holy and fire damage to its attacks. After the recent update, the Monk class has gained significant boosts. It has 3 different builds in the S-tier category, all of which rank within the top 10 best builds.

The Diablo 3 best solo class build is the Legacy of Dreams (LoD) Wave of Light Monk. The build relies on the limitless mobility provided by the Dashing strike skill, along with AOE skills for coverage, and various damage multipliers brought on by the equipment. Currently, this build is an incredible area damage build, when damage multiplying effects are compounded by the clones from Rabid strike skill. The Rabid Strike skill itself has been upgraded to have a 350% damage increase.  The build excels particularly in speed and pushing along with area damage coverage and is easy to play too. All of these make it the best solo class build to date.

Diablo 3 best solo class

Recommended Equipment:

Incense Torch of the Grand Temple

Kyoshiro’s Blade

Rabid Strike

Tzo Krin’s Gaze

Pinto’s Pride

The Crudest Boots


Must-have Skills:

Wave of Light

Mystic Ally


Cyclone Strike

Blinding Flash

Mantra of Salvation

Secondary Monk Builds

Besides the LOD Wave of light Monk setup, there are two more Monk builds that make this class a great choice. The first is the Mystic Ally Inna build, which has gotten a rework a recent rework. It revolves around Innas Mantra set piece equipment. This is a diverse build with two paths or playstyles that a player can choose from. The build is better for those who may find it too difficult to fully equip the LOD Wave of Light build or prefer not to use it. The Mystic Ally Inna build is very tanky and can take quite a few hits. Also, it gives endless Tide of Water allies to make your own small army in battle, making it a great season starter.

The third and lowest ranking S-tier Monk build is still very strong too. It’s an amazing all-round build which drags monsters forward and bombards them with ice eventually annihilating them. The setup can take on both mobs and bosses making it a very balanced build. It capitalizes on the Monk class attributes and asserts its dominance as a top tier Monk class build through Ethereals providing boosts.

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With a remastered edition of the more popular Diablo II announced,it might be time to revisit the third entry in Blizzard's hack-and-slash series. Whether players want to pick up where they left off or start completely anew, the first thing they'll need to do is pick a class.

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Diabloplayers have a well-seasoned cast of characters to choose from in Diablo III, no matter their preference. Whether they enjoy the hard and hearty warriors, stealthy ranged classes, or powerful magic-users, there's a character class to satisfy any adventurer's appetites. But just what kind of player do these vocations attract?

6 Barbarian: Action And Power

If players choose the Barbarian as their main class, they're looking to deal some damage up close and personal. Barbarians are fierce warriors with a taste for large weapons and hard-hitting attacks. Through the use of their physical might and fury, this fighter-class can rip and tear their way through the enemy hordes of any size.

Barbarians are fearless, and they don't let anything slow them down. Their mission is to strike hard and keep their enemies down. Players who pick them as their class are in it for the action and the carnage, and while they might not rely on magic or enchantments, their fury-fueled abilities can certainly decimate any group of monsters that gets in the way of their dungeon crawl.

5 Crusader: Might And Magic

If players can't decide whether to rely on a magic class or a warrior class, they should consider dawning the arms and armor of the Crusader. Armed with maces, flails, and other sharp medieval weaponry, Crusaders wield both might and magic (or wrath) to punish evil-doers and vanquish any demonic forces that halt their holy journeys.

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Crusader players enjoy the best of both worlds and a sense of balance. They recognize that defeating the prime evil won't always work with will and weapons alone, but with a healthy dose of both. Warriors with a talent for light spells to combat the forces of darkness will always be a welcomed inclusion in any dungeon crawl, especially in a world of angels, demons, and Nephilim.

4 Demon Hunter: Strategic And Smart

Every good RPG needs to have some kind of range class for players who prefer to take on their targets from a distance. And in a world full of demons, zombies, and other unholy abominations crawling out of crypts, nests, and portals, it's certainly beneficial to have more than a few of these hooded rogues around.

If players choose the Demon Hunter, they're looking to play things safe and strategic. Relying on bombs, arrows, darts, and special moves that enhance speed and accuracy, they look to strike fast and make it count. Though they aren't afraid to get in close range, they'd rather be safe than sorry.

3 Monk: Fueled By Faith

Monks are players on a mission. Blessed by their deity of choice, they let their faith fuel them as they set out to slaughter demons and monsters with simple weaponry like daggers and staves. They also fit the healer or supporting role in a group setting but with more offensive capabilities than other characters under that umbrella.

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Monk players want to go the offensive route, but they also want to make it up close and personal. Strike hard, strike fast, no mercy. However, they aren't afraid to play with a group either. And their support skills are matched only by their direct approach to a confrontation with a demon horde.

2 Necromancer: Commanding The Dead

For players looking to make a little black magic, the Necromancer has everything they're looking for. Playing as the Necromancer is the closest thing Diablo players can do to playing the villain. It's kind of hard to imagine one of the good guys summoning an army of undead minions to carry out their deeds.

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The Necromancer is for players who like to sit back and watch the fireworks. Commanding the powers of the dead certainly gives one a little bit of a power trip, especially when they can terrify and curse their enemies. Players who enjoy this class like to take charge, but they also know how to plan ahead. It's always fun to dabble in a little darker magic, and the Necromancer gives that chance to players.

1 Wizard

The Wizard represents the classic mage-based class found across multiple dungeon-crawlers, but those expecting an old man with a beard and staff might be disappointed. Diablo III's wizard is no wizened sage but instead a powerhouse of arcane might that can shock, freeze, blast, and incinerate anything that gets in the way of his spells.

Wizards work smarter, not harder. Players who enjoy the masters of the arcane arts will definitely have no trouble holding their own. They know it's always wise to pick brains over brawn and that sometimes a little goes a long way.

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