The Demon Hunter is one of the new playable classes introduced in Diablo III. This class specializes in the use of Shadow Magic, laying traps as well as dual-wielding of crossbows. Unlike most classes in Diablo III, Demon Hunters do not use Mana in combat. Instead, they use Discipline and Hatred to as their primary source of power.
Discipline is reserved for tactical skills while Hatred powers their offensive skills and refills itself automatically. Due to their proficiency in using ranged weapons like crossbows, Demon Hunters are effective in long-ranged attacks. Their ability to lay traps enables them to force distance between them and their enemies.
Moreover, Demon Hunters possess many skills that have built-in snare side effect which allows them to perform ranged attacks effortlessly. At level 4, Demon Hunters can unlock Caltrops. This ability allows them to slow down numerous enemies in a single action. The number of Caltrops that can be laid is unlimited but a player may not be able to lay Caltrops if the Discipline reserve is completely depleted. Using this ability, players can focus on shooting enemies without being much cautious of taking damage.
Due to their lack of decent melee training, Demon Hunters are vulnerable in close-quarter combat and being surrounded. For these kinds of situations, evasive maneuvers like Evasive Fire or Vault prove very useful.
All in all, the Demon Hunter class is one of the formidable classes in Diablo III. Players who want an agile and powerful class should consider choosing Demon Hunter for their attacks and considerably outstanding skills.
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