Of all the existing builds right now, the Gears of Dreadlands Hungering Arrow Demon Hunter build might be my favorite of all time. In being super fast, tanky, high damaging and capable of multiple scenarios, it has a versatility that’s hard to beat. With the addition of Ethereals, a few things will change but mostly in damage output. I will first talk about the basic gear without Ethereals then follow up with a few alternatives for the build once Ethereals come into play.
One of the top monk builds going into Season 24 will be the Patterns of Justice build. Based on Tempest Rush as the primary damage output, the Patterns of Justice build is a channeling one with a play style similar to Whirlwind Barbarians and Strafe Demon Hunters. It can be built for speed and high GR pushing and will remain competitive along side the revised Inna’s Mystic Ally build.
AEW Road Rager at the James L Knight Center in Miami Florida, live once more with a hot crowd. To me this was the start of the test to see how AEW can do beyond their COVID-19 base at Daily’s Place. I couldn’t tell 100% but it mostly looked like a full house, but I imagine at this stage, fans are going to be super hungry for live pro-wrestling, despite the variants floating around of COVID-19 and that a good percentage of the population probably still is unvaccinated.
With Immortal Kings being the Barbarian version of the Haedrig’s Gift set for Season 24, I felt it would be a good time to make a post for this build.
After losing the 4th slot in Kanai’s Cube, I know various people had mourned or continued to urge for bringing it back, myself included. Instead, we ended up getting two additional slots for legendary powers through the revised Followers and Emanate on items (mostly armor). However, the main changes there felt more static as most people currently are using Nemesis Bracers and a Flavor of Time in solo play, which still leaves a gap in power for group play. With that in mind, I propose a way to not only bring back the 4th Kanai’s Cube slot, but adding a 5th slot, in the spirit of the Ring of Royal Grandeur season, by creating a Bounty Cache legendary slot.
I already have another write up of this build as a review, but I want to spend some time revising it to make use of Ethereals in the upcoming Season 24. In the previous build, Norvald’s Fervor is employed. However, Ethereals will be better than Norvald’s Fervor in my view, although the build itself won’t alter too drastically as well as make the play style a little more reliable.
From my experience on PTR, the Zunimassa Poison Dart build was one of the highest ranked Witch Doctor builds. The Ethereal provides a huge boost with a few key affixes on a well rolled one. While I have done another Zunimassa Pet build guide in the past, this one will exclusively focus on the Poison Dart version.
Barbarians will see a slight alteration with the introduction of Ethereals during Season 24. Most Barbarians use a combination of the Wrath of the Wastes set and either Bul-Kathos’s Oath (for lower level farming) or Istvan’s Paired Blades for higher level Greater Rift pushing. The introduction of Ethereals will alter the meta slightly and this guide will provide 1-2 setups for those who manage to pick up some Ethereals.