Diablo III Make a Monk tips

In fact, make one character of every class. If you’ve been following Diablo III’s development over the past few months, you’ve probably watched all the gameplay videos and have already decided which class you’ll play first. You’ve probably also written off one or more classes as uninteresting based on the videos or ability details, but you might end up regretting your decision later. I had originally written off the Monk and the Demon Hunter based on their gameplay videos, but after playing them in the open beta weekend, I found my dismissal of them to be profoundly mistaken.
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Feedback from the open beta weekend seems to agree, with a lot of players finding classes they had no interest in surprisingly fun to play despite earlier reservations. Blizzard spent a long time polishing all of the skills, so every class seems to be ridiculously fun to play. While it makes sense to concentrate on one character until you’ve explored the entire game, I highly recommend creating one character of each class and playing each for up to an hour before deciding which one to focus on.

In fact, make one character of every class. If you’ve been following Diablo III’s development over the past few months, you’ve probably watched all the gameplay videos and have already decided which class you’ll play first. You’ve probably also written off one or more classes as uninteresting based on the videos or ability details, but you might end up regretting your decision later. I had originally written off the Monk and the Demon Hunter based on their gameplay videos, but after playing them in the open beta weekend, I found my dismissal of them to be profoundly mistaken. 

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