While struggling with coping with the Wizard class, the only thing I’m encountering is countless deaths in dungeons. I’m sure I’m not the only one dying here. Apparently I was using the wrong skill builds and rotations which ultimately led to my death. I’ve tried a couple of guides but none of them really suggested a concrete skill rotation build for me. Annoyed and irritated, I was losing a lot on my subscription time because I was dying. Other than losing precious subscription time, I was beginning to lose my patience with the game. About to quit, my friends told me to check out this place called Killer Guides. Heading over to their website, I took notice of the 20+ games they have in the library. The games ranged from hit titles such as World of Warcraft, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Age of Conan, Final Fantasy XIV, City of Heroes and so forth. The website has guides for $29.99 USD each and an advertised bundle for $59.99 including every class and the Diablo 3 Wizard Manual.
So, what did I get for the price of $29.99 USD? An instantly downloaded guide with over 80 pages or so of Wizardry content. The guide came prepped with a gorgeous cover and a detailed table of contents. The table of contents are divided into sections. For example: quests, runs, equipment and gear, crafting and a full on walkthrough. But, I was mostly interested in the skills and traits section the guide offered. Because I didn’t know much about skill rotations and builds, previously in the game I just equipped whatever skill I had and used it in the dungeon. This was a “n00b” mistake. There are reasons why skills and traits have descriptions beside them. The author who wrote the skill rotations suggested several rotations for me to pick from. I had the chance to test out every skill rotation the guide suggested and they all work!
I particularly liked the leveling strategy section. The guide doesn’t tell you to go out to a dungeon and kill everything on site. The guide recommends, as mentioned before, skill rotations which can be used effectively in dungeons.
Overall, I’m very happy with this guide from the bundle I bought. If you asked me if I would go back to Killer Guides? Absolutely!