Diablo 4 Rogue Powerful and Versatile Build Guides
The Rogue class in Diablo 4 is a powerful and versatile class that is capable of dealing out massive amounts of damage and crowd control to enemies. In this guide, Roxanne will be discussing how to debuff enemies with the Rogue's Shadow Improvement skill and use the other abilities and passives of the Diablo 4 class to maximize its potential.
- Basic skills
- Core skills
- Improvement skills
- Ultimate Skills
- Max-level Skill
- Core Skill
- Agility section
- Supercharge section
- Shadow Improvement
- The ultimate section of the Rogue tree
- In terms of passives
- Revenge aspect
First, let's take a look at the basic skills. The two primary choices for the Rogue are Blade Shift or Invigorating Strike. Blade Shift is a movement skill that provides bonuses to speed, damage reduction, and control impairments, while Invigorating Strike provides additional energy and resource.
Next, let's take a look at the core skills. The primary choice here is Flurry. Flurry is the Rogue's primary source of damage and provides bonuses to attack speed and damage. Additionally, if you specialize in Combo Points, you can gain a bonus damage increase.
Shadowing Movement is a great choice. This spell increases your movement speed and provides bonus damage to vulnerable enemies. Additionally, it can stop enemies quickly with a fast attack speed.
Finally, for the ultimate, the Shadow Clone is the best choice. This ultimately duplicates all of the controlling spells you cast, which is great for immobilizing enemies and buffing yourself.
Let's take a look at the skill tree for the max-level Rogue. At level 50 with 50 Renault, we can go with Blade Shift. This provides up to 20 movement speeds and 15% reduced physical resistance. Additionally, the duration of Blade Shift is 3 seconds, which is quite defensive for a Rogue.
For the core choice, we'll be going with Flurry. This allows us to hit multiple targets with bonus damage. Additionally, Flurry will spread vulnerability to other enemies and also heal up to 12 life per cast.
For the agility section, the Shadow Step is a great choice. This increases your movement speed for 2 seconds and also immobilizes the enemy for 2 seconds. This is great for gaining stacks of Momentum, which provides 30 damage reduction and 30 energy regeneration, as well as 15 attack speed.
In the Supercharge section, the Dark Shot is the primary choice. This provides 5 protective shadows which have damage reduction per shadow. Additionally, if you have at least 2 shadows, it increases your critical chance by 10%.
for the capstone, we'll be going with Momentum. This increases your damage and attack speed when you hit a stunned, immobilized, or attacked from behind the enemy.
The Shadow Improvement skill is a mini explosion that debuffs enemies with vulnerability. This makes them vulnerable for two seconds and can be extended with the Debuff Enemy spell. This spell has a two-second cooldown and a 15% chance to stun enemies. In addition, the Trick Attack passive gives you a 15% chance to render enemies vulnerable when you deal direct damage. This means that you will be able to consistently stun enemies and immobilize them with multiple sources.
The ultimate section of the Rogue tree
In the Ultimate section of the Rogue tree, Shotokan is a great choice as it makes your damage unstoppable for 15 seconds and increases your damage by 80%. The Shadow Clone will also cast similar spells to you, such as the Shadow Shell and Shadow Step. These spells will immobilize enemies and make them vulnerable to further stunning and damage. Killing enemies with Shadow Damage also restores 30 energy, allowing you to cast more spells and deal more damage.
In terms of passives
Orbit Ends and Might are both great defensive passives that will allow you to take less damage while attacking enemies. Swipe Protection is also a great choice as it gives you a barrier when you hit enemies with your core skill. The aspect of Retribution and Pummeling will increase your damage to stunned enemies by 70. Rapid Aspect is also a great choice for increasing your attack speed and energy gain, as well as defensive capabilities. The aspect of Incircling Blades is a great choice for dealing massive AoE damage to enemies in a circle around you, as well as granting you 80 increased damage to your core spell.
the Revenge aspect will regenerate resources when you kill vulnerable enemies, and the Wind Struck aspect will give you an 8% movement speed bonus. Momentum is a great choice for this build as it will allow you to charge into enemies and gain sustain and durability while having enough energy to cast your spells.
Overall, the Rogue class in Diablo 4 is a powerful and versatile class that can be used to debuff enemies and crowd-control them with immense damage. With the right passives and skills, you can make the most out of the Rogue class and become a powerful and effective player in Diablo 4.
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