What we need to know about the Monk in Diablo 3

The Barbarian is missing in Diablo 3 while a melee fighter born to take his place. It is Monk, who is skilled in aura bonuses, speed tactics and combos. What we need to know about the Monk in Diablo 3The male Monk is born in the Ivygord Monastries in the root of hill where shaped their characters most. When they were young they have been brought in and then are given lessons .about what ancient is like, fighting skills and the best way to purify the soul and body. They believe that 1001 gods are really existed everywhere in the daily life.

There are different tattoos and symbols on Monk’s body, because the Monk is the kind of persons with creativity and sense of structure. Symbols help them bringing to life though magic of light while runes help summoning the light to give them a hand when they need help.Every Monk have a tattoo on his back which is a kind of mark for their experience in their whole life and sometimes it will cost one’s entire lifetime to finish this special tattoo. The elder monks in the monastery have the right to control the Monks, who desire to destroy the evil by any possible means. He has no doubt that he is the fatal weapon made by god to fight against all evil. Since the monk is special for qualities of patience, quiet and loyally, he assists the victims with hating nobody.

This is the biggest difference between the Barbarian and the Monk. Because the Barbarian is the one who is always gathering power with hate. Sometimes you can’t believe Monk can keep himself safe from multiple enemies without resorting to weapons for he is professional in martial arts. There were obviously things set in stone in terms of story and what the world was, but they sure wanted to open up the world into a lot of different areas and bring the story into some new areas. I think it was more of a mood and feel thing, where we ran into areas that we didn’t want to touch, and it was more us searching around and trying to find that Diablo sweet spot for our story delivery and our tone. 

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