As I told you in the first part, you need to know more information about the Diablo 3 gameplay instead of the simple guides of the Diablo 3 gold
making in the Auction House. You should know, it is different with the one in World of Warcraft. Now, you would better read this part carefully because I will give you an example about the Monk. Combat
Fighting monsters makes up almost the entirety of the Diablo experience. That's what these games are all about -- tearing monsters apart in the most epic ways possible. Demon hordes will crash down upon you, and when the storm breaks, you will be the last man standing.Just like movement, combat is handled through clicks. Your left-click controls one ability, and your right-click controls another. You will have some additional skills that you can bind to a few of your number keys, but those are used infrequently compared to your clicks.
Like World of Warcraft, every class in Diablo III has a combat resource -- fury, mana, arcane power, hatred, and so on. Your left-click will most likely be bound to a basic attack that generates your resource. Your right-click will most likely be bound to a more powerful attack that spends your resource.
Here's an example for someone who might be playing a monk:
You've bound Fists of Thunder to your left mouse button. Every time you left-click an enemy, you hit it for lightning damage -- and on every third hit, you do some AoE lightning damage. Every time you hit with Fists of Thunder, you generate 6 spirit.
On your right mouse button, you've bound Lashing Tail Kick. You spend 30 spirit to perform a roundhouse kick that deals massive damage and knocks enemies back.
If you want to compare this to WoW again, think of it as a DPS rotation. Click, click, click, right-click, and so on. It sounds a little boring written out like that, so imagine that with each click, a few dozen demons explode into sprays of gore. That's more exciting, right?
You may be wondering if you click to move but you also click to fight, won't you run all sorts of places you don't want to go if you miss clicking on the little monster? Hey, don't worry. If you hold down the shift key while fighting, your clicks won't make you move at all. You'll use your attacks while standing in place. If you absolutely do not want to be moving, hold that shift key.
You'll inevitably take damage while fighting all of those demons. That's fine. When you kill monsters, they'll occasionally drop health orbs. Run over the orb, and it will heal some of your health. The faster you kill enemies, the more potential chances for orbs and the healthier you'll be in the long run. Enemies also drop health potions, which go into your inventory as consumables.
That’s all for the second part. As for such kind of detailed article of the Diablo 3 gameplay, you need to learn them by heart because all of these are the essential strategies about the Diablo 3 gameplay. It is also important like the Diablo 3 gold
for you to gain. If you want to know more information about the classes and loot of the Diablo 3, you can choose to read the next part.