Grats on your newly minted Fresh 70 Barbarian! If you’re wondering where to go from here… “Look no further“. It’s time to get your seasonal free set! In this guide we help you every step of the way, getting your 2/4/6 set pieces and transition to end game! (Not 70 yet? See Barb Leveling guide instead)

In S21, the Barbarian free set is Might of the Earth.

NO Free Set? Go to PAGE 2!

Fresh 70 Barbarian: Free set available! | No free set!
Getting the Free Set | Free Set 70 | Gaining Power | Bridging to the End-game

Crafting Reaper’s Wraps is a no BS, no RNG way to get a huge boost in resource management. Plans drop from any Torment Malthael! Same goes for Captain Crimson’s set and Aughild’s set as potential crafted non-rng boosts.

S21 Trials of Tempests and YOU

This season, all characters will periodically (90s) spawn a damaging elemental effect – taking it word for word from the patch notes itself:

  • Meteors rain from the skies around you.
  • Breathe lightning.
  • A wall of flame engulfs everything.
  • Release twisters of pure energy.
  • Crush your foes under the weight of rolling snowballs.

It’s very similar to S19’s Pandemonium, without being tied to the Massacre count.

Fresh 70 Barbarian: Getting the Free Set!

Click below to reveal the instructions you need for each step:

IMPORTANT: Setting up!

Getting decent items are imperativeSockets in chest and pants are a must! Also, STR+VIT on everything is a good place to start. As much ALLRES as you can!

2H Mighty Weapon: These can roll with a stat “Life per Fury Spent”. Self-healing is a massive problem for us in this early phase – getting either “LpFS or Life per Hit on here would be great. You really want a Mighty Weapon for the Weapons Master passive.

Mighty Belt: Life on Fury Spent appears on Mighty Belts, too, and this is the only slot wherein you will want it 100% of the time. STR LPFS VIT RES is what you’re aiming for.

— Get ALL RESIST over Armor! —

Barbs are Strength characters, they gain Armor for every point of Strength – meaning we gain tons of it for free (plus base Armor values from gear), extra Armor rolls are a waste. Avoid this by instead rolling ALL RESISTS in most body pieces.

Bracer & Necklace: rolls with Fire% which is the main source of our damage later on. Try to get it in, at least, one of these but bracers are an EASY SOURCE for it.

Body + Legs: Yes, we will get free ones, but GR20 ain’t easy for this set. Try to get a decent pair. STR VIT RES SOCKETS is what you want here.

Earthquake% rolls on Shoulder and Chest, in case you wanna know.

Sockets on Rings & Amulet: Seriously, try to find/fix this up as soon as possible. You’re gonna need ’em when legendary gems come along.

Gems: Diamonds are way too important early on. Toughness becomes a roadblock a lot earlier than damage will be. Use Rubies if you want more damage.

Reminder to bring out Templar , and your pet to pick up those gold coins.

Reroll off useless stats:

  • Armor – gives diminished returns, as we gain so much of it.
  • Reduced resource cost – a crutch stat, resource is rarely a true roadblock.
  • Life Regen – GARBAGE.
  • Excessive CDR – CDR is decent for us – but don’t sacrifice core stats for it.
  • ASPD, Flat DMG – late game adjustment stats, don’t need this now.

Reroll into good stats:

  • STR /VIT – your core stats
  • ALLRES > Life% – your best defensive stats
  • Crit related stats – your best offensive stats
Season Journey Chapters Table

Here’s an overview of what you should accomplish per chapter for this season. Shift+J (PC) in game to check.

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Complete a Neph Rift Neph Rift on Expert Neph Rift on Master Neph on T1
Do 5 Bounties Craft L70 Weapon or Armor Craft Imperial Gem Reforge weapon with Mystic
Socket 5 gems in gear Fully equip a follower Spend Blood Shards at Kadala Kill Ghom on T2
Blacksmith to L10 Blacksmith, Jeweler & Mystic to L12 Kill Araneae at L70 on Master Keywarden Act I at T4
Jeweler to L10 Unlock Kanai’s Cube Kill Siegebreaker at L70 on Master Keywarden Act II at T4
Mystic to L10 Get to L70 Act I bounty cache Keywarden Act III at T4
Kill Urzael Kill Maghda at L60 Act II bounty cache Keywarden Act IV at T4
Kill Belial Kill Zoltun Kulle at L60 Act III bounty cache Kill Malthael on T4
Get to L50 Craft L70 Ring or Amulet Act IV bounty cache GR 20 solo
Enchant an item with Mystic Act V bounty cache Upgrade rare to legendary item
Transmogrify an item with Mystic Extract Legendary Power 5 Blacksmith recipes
5 Jewelcrafting recipes
NO REWARD 1st set of
Haedrig’s Gift
2nd set of Haedrig’s Gift 3rd set of Haedrig’s Gift

1st set: Helm + Gloves
2nd set: Boots + Shoulders
3rd set: Chest + Pants

Season Journey Chapter 2: Getting the 2 piece set

Ah… good ‘ol Rend WW Frenzy. This “catch all” Barb build will suit your needs and more. It’s pretty much a speedfarming build! I put a lot of brainless self-healing in the build, but feel free to adjust it to your liking.

Fresh 70 Barbarian No Set Build
Skills Rune
Rend Ravage (Any)
Whirlwind Wind Shear
Frenzy Sidearm
Furious Charge
War Cry Invigorate
Battle Rage Ferocity
Rampage Weapons Master
Unforgiving (Open)
Animosity (Open)


If you haven’t played this build, abuse Furious Charge-Merciless Assault. Rend and Whirlwind easy trash packs, while Frenzy+Rend melts elites. The entire build is designed to be a “speedy” one to zip past the early journey entries. Adjust if needed.

***Pressing Shift+J (PC) opens up your Seasonal Journey tracker!***

Hard Mode on for Chapters 1 & 2. Rend through all the entries on Hard. Just up the difficulty to complete one neph on Expert.

Don’t forget to level up all the NPCs in town!

When you’re done here, get your first free set from your mail, and proceed onward.

Season Journey Chapter 3: Getting the 4 piece set
S21 Might of the Earth 2-pc Set Build
Skills Runes
Rend Ravage
Whirlwind Hurricane
Leap Iron Impact
Ground Stomp Wrenching Smash
War Cry Invigorate
Earthquake Mountain’s Call
Weapons Master Unforgiving (Ruthless)
Boon of Bul-Kathos Rampage

If you really like the previous build you don’t really have to use this one. It’s only a little more powerful with a vastly different playstyle, which makes you, at least feel, like you’re playing with the Might of the Earth set.

Haha, had lots of fun with this one. Abuses the bejeesus out of Might 2pc, but requires a very active playstyle and favoring building clumps of enemies. Practice for the future! Unforgiving helps out vs bosses (can switch to Ruthless on neph)

***Pressing Shift+J (PC) opens up your Seasonal Journey tracker!***

Difficulty: Although there are entries here that need to be finished on Master, you can still complete the bounty cache, if you haven’t already, on Hard.

Beat these on Master:

  • Nephalem Rift – if you can’t complete this, add defenses to your build
  • Araneae – Act I, Caverns of Araneae
  • Siegebreaker – Act III, Rakkis Crossing

When you’re done with this chapter, collect your 2nd set of free set and let’s finish the next chapter for the remaining free gear!

Season Journey Chapter 4: Getting the 6 piece set
Basic 4pcTemporary Anti-Boss Build

***Pressing Shift+J (PC) opens up your Seasonal Journey tracker!***

Before you enter the GR20 arena, try completing first the other entries in this chapter. This will not only help you get used to the build playstyle but it can also mean better gear loot.

Upgrade a Rare to Legendary w/ Kanai’s Cube: Is there even a question? 2H Mighty Weapons will yield “Something good”, hopefully. Two very notable ones are Blade of the Tribes is the jackpot here, while there are many fillers like Fury of the Vanished Peak. Both are godly.

Complete a Torment I Rift: This will be the minimum level you should be farming at. Increase if you can easily obliterate a rift.

Set Difficulty Torment II – Kill Ghom – Act III, The Keep Depths Level 3

Set Difficulty Torment IVFor the boss and elite kills just RACE TO THEM! Do not bother with trash! Torment IV might force you to use the anti-boss build above.

Torment IV can be a real PAIN. There’s an anti-boss build you can use up there if you’re struggling. The jump of fatness from TII to TIV is shocking.

  • Kill Malthael – Act Pandemonium Fortress Level 2
  • Kill Odeg – Keywarden in ACT I, Fields of Misery.
  • Kill Sokahr – Keywarden in ACT II, Dahlgur Oasis.
  • Kill Xah’Rith – Keywarden in ACT III, Stonefort.
  • Kill Nekarat – Keywarden in ACT IV, Gardens of Hope 2nd Tier.
  • Keywardens maps have a key icon next to the waypoint. Purple arrows point you to their location after a short while once you’re in their respective map.

Almost there! You only need to compete GR20! But before that, make sure that it’s unlocked for you. If not, just do a couple of the highest GR you’re allowed to do! Check out the next clicky for anything GR20 related stuff.

Barbarian GR 20: 4pc Might of the Earth

This isn’t “EASY” but far from impossible. One piece of advice? PRACTICE THE BUILD ON A TORMENT III NEPH. I’m not gonna lie the below build is super weird (and it’s the “easier” variant…).

If you don’t feel confident, just do 3 low level GR’s, get 3 L.Gems and use ’em.
This can get really rough if your gear sucks. It’s an IMPRACTICAL BUILD surely.

S21 Might of the Earth 4-pc GR20 Build
Skill Rune
Seismic Slam Shattered Ground
Whirlwind Wind Shear
Leap Call of Arreat
Battle Rage Ferocity
Avalanche Tectonic Rift
Earthquake Molten Fury
Ruthless Rampage
Earthen Might Relentless

Lots of room to customize. I beat it with some pretty wild builds as well. If you can squeeze in Ground Stomp into your build, do it. The lack of ground stomp hurts, but adding it makes it super active and difficult – but definitely BETTER. No shame in not doing this raw – you can do a few low level GR’s for some LGems.

FIX PARAGONS: Str | CDR | All Res | LpH

Remember the setup tab above? Those “good yellows” will go a long way here. Seriously! For “reference”, here were my stats and what I tested with:

  • Offense (sheet): 220K
  • Toughness (sheet): 4M
  • Recovery (sheet): 150K
  • NO ‘special’ legendaries aside from the Might of the Earth 4-pc Free Set.
  • NO Pylons taken.
  • NO Legendary Gems.
  • NO Cubed powers used.
  • Remaining Time:2:30 minutes~

High value gear rerolls: That Fire% on bracer or amulet will help. If you can reroll the shoulder (or a yellow chest) you got for Earthquake%, solid! Those alone will carry you.

Create large groups WHILE finding elites!
Only turn back to kill whites when they pile up a bit.

AVALANCHE-TECTONIC RIFT is what will give you the edge you need. Don’t hold on to the 3rd charge, feel free to use it on trash. Space them out to help you gain Fury via Earthen Might. It will allow you to keep the “rhythm” up, especially against elites.

NO DOWNTIME PLAYSTYLE: Build and spend fury like a madman to keep Leap up. DO NOT HOLD ON TO LEAP, USE IT FOR MOVEMENT! Whirlwind instead of walking to spend Fury and speed up Leap CD! It’s 100% about Leap, USE IT AS IT GETS UP, ALWAYS. Never ever overflow on Fury!

Self-healing is a must. While Life per Fury Spent and Life per Hit will really help you here, Good ‘ol War Cry – Invigorate and Relentless (with an option of Inspiring Presence) will cover your butt here. Since I didn’t take pylons and cleared – feel free to be extra safe.

I cleared with 4 different sets of yellow of varying quality. I’ll tell ya, a few rolls and fixing your gear up will go a damn long way. This is too close to call and a more inexperienced player has a high risk to just outright fail. Luckily, you’ve been reading this!

Again, I had nothing. I took no PYLONS. ZERO PARAGONS. Since I did it RAW – these will serve as a great estimation. Good luck!

Don’t let pride get in the way of progress. If you’re getting roughed up in there try to do 3 low level GR’s for some good gems first. But to serve as a little inspiration for you.

Will you really allow GR20 to beat you? Heh.

Fresh 70 Barbarian: 6pc Free Set Build

S21 Might of the Earth Free Set Build
Skill Rune
Ground Stomp OR Seismic Slam Foot of the Mountain / Shattered Ground
Ancient Spear Boulder Toss
Leap Call of Arreat
Battle Rage (Open) Ferocity (Any)
War Cry (Open) Veteran’s Warning
Earthquake Molten Fury
Ruthless Rampage
Earthen Might Relentless (open)

I realize this is a weird looking build, but it centers around spending Fury as fast as you can to reset cooldown on Leap. I ALSO LIKED ADDING SEISMIC SLAM for a more consistent non-earthquake DPS source – both this or ground stomp felt nice. Feel free to edit the build.

FROM HERE OUR GOAL IS TO GAIN POWER FAST. The next logical steps are Legendary Gems, and being mindful of the good items you need to find.

Reaper’s Wraps is a pretty OK filler for now. While might of the earth is one of those builds that resource isn’t that big of a problem, it’s never bad to have. Captain Crimson’s or Aughild’s might benefit you more.

A quick review before proceeding…

As you’re proceeding with the next steps, keep these important things in mind!

Gear Review & Fixing up

Earthquake% appears on chest and shoulder. There’s no excuse not to have these on your free pieces, no matter how badly they rolled.

Fire% on Bracer / Amulet: another 2 rerolls for 30-40% power spike. Value.

Belt, Weapon with Life per Fury Spent, as oft mentioned. While you may or may not have the luxury to roll it on your weapon, it MUST BE ON THE BELT!

Weapons: Rerolling weapons is a guide in and of itself, but this early on, Life per Hit or Life per Fury spent will cover up where your build severely lacks right now – self-healing.

Sockets on rings & Amulet: Find/make them soon, since legendary gems are our next objective! Bonus if you can get STR+Crit related stats!

Don’t neglect gems and ALLRES! 5 good Diamonds can really help out. ALLRES is huge for your defensive stack, and you’re gonna need every bit of it as you rise! Again, Barbs are a STR/Armor class so you want as much ALLRES in your gear as you can and remove as much Armor as you can for other stats.

Remove useless stats: Reroll off the stats that really don’t do anything significant.

  • life per second: completely useless.
  • armor: We have too much of it, and too little allres.
  • resource cost reduction: Almost always just a crutch.
  • attack speed: useless for most builds, and especially useless for this one!

And get good stats: like STR/VIT, ALLRES, Life, and CRIT stats.

Getting the “correct” stats has a much higher impact vs.
getting the “perfect” stats, for now.

Gaining Power!

Now we have to gain as much power, as quickly as possible.

Legendary Gems

This is the easiest way to gain power simply because acquiring them has little to no RNG. Getting 3 of your best gems will increase your power dramatically in a short timespan.

Click on the tabs to see Might of the Earth “Big 3” gems and “others”.

Might of the Earth Fresh 70: Big 3 GemsOther gems?

Get these three to L25 ASAP:

Bane of the Powerful is a great gem to 25 asap. Helps out against elites and is effective even if left at 25 for a while! This going first is a no-brainer.

Moratorium: Yep, good ‘ol forgotten Moratorium. 25 points in this guy is like a mini Unity and is ABSOLUTE VALUE for the early game. You can always use the gem for augments later on! If you really don’t want to invest into a temporary defensive gem, skip this for Bane of the Trapped. Alternatively, you can just invest straight into a permanent defensive gem such as Esoteric Alteration.

The third gem is basically a choice between Esoteric and Trapped.

If you need more defense, Esoteric Alteration is the way to go. Plain and simple. This gem provides so much toughness it’s unbelievable.

Bane of the Trapped is a basic DPS gem. If you need to pack more of a punch, look no further than this.

Any other gems worth it? Since powerful isn’t that great late game, you need some other options:

Bane of the Stricken is absolutely necessary in the LATE game.

Esoteric Alteration is the late game defensive gem of choice.

Gogok of Swiftness is an option for extreme CDR builds.

Boon of the Hoarder: You need this for speedfarming – get it up to 50 ASAP!
(See: Speedfarming General, Barb Speedfarming General, Best Barb Speedfarming)

I have to repeat myself – trust me on the PE and WoL!

Try to get the Top 3 gems to level 25 as soon as possible. Just do some efficient point farming. GR34 is enough to level a gem to 25!

Once they’re at the appropriate level, get your Barb to higher torments! Higher torment farming means better loot for Barbie!

Playing the Build & Adjustments

Now that you have the base “power level” of your 6 set and gems, let’s take a short time to review How to Play the Build. Here’s some basic tips for playing Might of the Earth to help you as you progress into higher difficulties. It’s by no means comprehensive, but helpful.

Also, as you progress and get items, your build may have a weak point here and there that you can patch up given the simple skill, rune, and passive changes listed below.

Playing ME 6 - BasicsOffense & ResourceDefense & HealingSpeed & Mobility

If you’ve been on this guide the whole time, then you’ve heard some of this already! Forgive me if I repeat it for newcomers!

Build, spend, and manage fury for one purpose: More LEAPS.

Leap is the absolute core of your build. It gives you Armor, it triggers Earthquakes, it helps with mobility. USE IT ON COOLDOWN – even if just for movement! Using up Fury reduces cooldown on Leap – which means a lot for us…

Anger management: don’t overflow! Remember that triggering Quakes, Leaps, and other things give you a ton of Fury via Earthen Might. DO NOT GO OVER. Sure, you can go a little bit over but don’t just blindly generate 300 fury without spending. This is why we have Ancient Spear – Boulder Toss, to quickly dump fury. Seismic Slam, too.

Boulder Toss – don’t always wait till max: While the obvious choice would be to “wait to fill to max” before we let it go, this isn’t always correct. Let’s say your Leap is 1 second from being on cooldown, a Boulder Toss would be a complete waste! What to do in this case?

Seismic Slam > Leap > Boulder Toss > Leap
(not wasting the large CDR by just blindly using Boulder Toss before the first leap)

It’s an active playstyle and you’ll be rewarded for building and spending fury, constantly trying to engage larger groups. If there’s one thing Might of the Earth sucks at, it’s killing loosely stacked stragglers – drag ’em over to the next pile or LEAVE ‘EM!

More offense or Fury needed?

Offense is usually categorized in Damage or, indirectly, Resource Gain.

Resource Gain with Might of the Earth is solely carried by the Earthen Might passive. You do not need any more help in this regard (even Leap is a generator). In fact, you need ways to DUMP resource asap!

==== We’re “practically” capped off damage! ===

Damage isn’t easy to come by. Battle Rage-Bloodshed is the most recent unique addition and it works well for us. Threatening Shout-Falter is an option. Hard to fit more skills in since we have to use so many to “on” our build.

Passives: Rampage > Ruthless Brawler are the best passives we can get for offense. We already use two of them! Berserker Rage isn’t great for us.

That leaves it to only Threatening-Falter and Brawler… slim choices, but they’re there…

More defense needed?

Defense is primarily thought of as self-healing and damage reduction.

While I can’t speak for the highest reaches of GR, self-healing is important NOW.

The best early game mix is LpH on weapon, LpFs on belt. It’s a great mix that you can’t really go wrong with. While rerolling weapons is a sensitive topic, I can say for absolute certainty that your belt should have Life per Fury Spent. If you’re extremely desperate, Bloodthirst passive gives you a decent amount of Life per Fury Spent.

Relentless is the best defensive passive you have. It should go in and out of your build depending on your needs. It helps you heal up, as well!

Nerves of Steel ain’t bad for higher GR’s – Don’t knock free deaths, man. Superstition is generally a poor choice. That’s about it for viable defensives…

War Cry – Veteran’s Warning should be the late game rune of choice, as Invigorate will drop off fast as you go higher up. A lot of people dislike the “artificial toughness” brought by dodge, if that’s the case for you, Impunity is the next best thing.

Threatening Shout does work, too. The base skill does give 20% enemy attack reduction, which is amazing. As long as the rune isn’t Falter, any other rune keeps the base effect.

More mobility needed?

Reducing Leap’s cooldown is a great addition to mobility for the set. We can take some questionable skills and passives since the early game build is really loose.

Battle Rage-Ferocity is 15% movespeed forever at “no” cost. By far the easiest speed implementation in your build, as it’s just a rune change.

Sprint-Marathon can easily take the place of one of your skills. This is a huge boost to mobility. Gonna pay itself off in bounties, most especially.

Pound of Flesh is a cute passive that, when consistently maxed, gives a speed boost and a layer of brainless hp regen. Good for Nephs, but may require a more advanced build.

I can’t recommend anything else for NOW, as mobility comes at a huge cost early game.
(See: Best Barbarian Speedfarming, Speedfarming General, Barbarian Speedfarming,)

Items to look for

It’s time for the ENDLESS grind for the perfect items! Might of the Earth, luckily, has only very few core items

Curious about trying out the Seismic Slam build? You only need to find 3 items to switch around between Seismic Slam and Earthquake variants: Fury of the Vanished Peak (2H Mighty Weapon), Fjord Cutter (1H Mighty Weapon), Bracers of Destruction (Bracer), and ,optionally, an Echoing Fury (1H Mace).

Blood ShardsDeath's BreathClassics

Using Blood Shards:

Where to spend your blood shards, loosely ordered by importance!

Boots: “Leap causes Earthquake“, Lut Socks “3 total leaps”. Hmm… Yeah, I heard that tripling your best spell is good. Without a doubt, this is the very first place I would dump shards. A dramatic increase in damage and mobility in one item! This is by far the most important item for our build.

Belt: (you can skip to bracer, check it out) Girdle of Giants is another DPS increase, at the somewhat annoying cost of making sure we Seismic Slam every few seconds. Goldwrap is great for speedfarming! Dread Iron is a decent filler…

Bracer: Ahhh some important stuff here. There are many usable items here… Nemesis Bracers is what I’d be looking for early on, for speedier farming. Ancient Parthan Defenders can be used in some of the endgame variants of the build. Skular’s Salvation, Bracers of Destruction have their uses. Bracers are pretty great!

FOR SEISMIC SLAM BUILD: Bracers of Destruction is the only body piece.

After this – the usefulness of shards for the “25” tier is almost non-existent. Time to frustrate ourselves by spending on the 50 buck rings!

Ring: Bunch of great rings. Band of Might is the best defensive bonus we can get for one item. Unity is a close second! Compass Rose ain’t bad either. CoE is great to have.

Reminder on the Bounty rings: Ring of Royal Grandeur: from ACT I bounties is SUPER IMPORTANT for almost any Barb build. Avarice from Act III bounties, for speedfarming – might as well list it down here.

Using Death’s Breath – Rare to legendary:

Without any doubt, upgrading 2H Mighty Weapon for Blade of the Tribes goes first. This item can more than triple your damage output! Keep in mind that you should avoid cubing this since it rolls with a natural Earthquake% up to 200!

Once you get Blade of the Tribes – fit the two Shouts in your build!

The only downside to this is there are very few other useful 2HMW’s out there for us.. Fury of the Vanished Peak is the only other usable find.

After this, 2H Mace for Furnace, which is a welcome boost against elites, and great if you only every use one main DPS skill.

Since there’s very few core items, you can fish for Lut Socks using this method as well! You can also fish for any other legendary this way (Girdle of Giants if you don’t have it).

FOR SEISMIC SLAM BUILD: Fjord Cutter (1H Mighty Weapon), Echoing Fury (1H Mace).

The Classics: Good for any type of newer character, and even the most battle-hardened of builds.

Ring of Royal Grandeur: “Break” your 6-piece to make space for a good filler item!

Accessory Sets: FocusRestraint or Traveler’s Pledge. Completing any of these 2-sets is a vast power jump. +100%++ is substantial for only 2 slots.

Convention of Elements: Good ‘ol CoE. Wear it, Kanai it, as a filler or till the end of time. Learning to maximize CoE in any build you choose is a turning point for higher GR’s.

Unity: Straight 50% damage reduction in the cube. Too bad you need two of ’em.

Goldwrap + Avarice + Boon of The Hoarder: I don’t care how many times I have to remind you about this combo. Be on the lookout. Avarice drops from ACT III bounties.

Once you have a lot of Whirlwind modifiers, you can drop Rend from the build.

Bridging to the End-game

So you skipped a whole chunk of the powering up phase with the free set. Now what? Like I always say, “Speedfarming first before pushing GR’s”. So, convert what you have NOW to be as speedfarmy as possible, first.

It’s highly likely you’ll transition into a PURE speedfarming build. If so, check out:
Barbarian Best Speedfarming Builds

Luckily, the build we recommend above leads RIGHT INTO the Barb speedfarming build.

Other Barbarian Guides:

Check out our D3 Guide Directory for other resources.

Fresh 70 Barbarian: Free set available! | No free set!
Getting the Free Set | Free Set 70 | Gaining Power | Bridging to the End-game

That’s it for Fresh 70 Barbarian! Have fun leapin’ with your new Might of the Earth Free Set!

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  1. I am new to Diablo 3. I have been playing Wow since it started, some 16 or 17 years ago. I decided I had played it long enough. At 76 years old, I am kind of “Long in the Tooth” for that game. I opened up Diablo 3 and lo and behold, I already have one of each class of characters, although one, a Barbarian, was named Logan which one of my Grandsons names. Getting the “Savages” set is why I am leaving this message. Apparently, getting to 70 is not the only requirement for this as Haedrig doesn’t tell me anything about it. Is this a Seasonal thing. If so, apparently the current Season is supposed to end on March 28, 2021. So, I guess I will have to wait till next Season to get it. Is there some sort of overall guide for Diablo 3 that I could use? Thanks in Advance(TIA in my day).

    • It’s highly likely that your current barbarian isn’t a seasonal character! Every season, you get to “start anew” with a seasonal character, which gets turned into a non-seasonal / normal one once the season is over. I’m almost certain that your barbarian is a non-seasonal character if you cannot seem to access the seasonal journey (Shift+J in-game). Or it might have been claimed already for this season on that account?

    • It really depends, either of those setups can be legit – do what’s most practical for you in the early game. Later on, I’d imagine Ambo’s on cube is the more “flexible” choice. Although if you want to use weapons master you’d have to stick w ambos.

  2. the season 13 barbarian build is overpowered.I suggest pairing MOTE with a good rolled Fury of the Vanquished Peak + seismic slam % on items you can get it.Fun times and makes Seismic slam fun to play with plus all the earthquakes.

  3. I found a different 4-piece skill setup, personal preference of course:
    LMB – Cleave – Reaping Swing
    RMB – Whirlwind – Wind Shear
    A – Furious Charge – Stamina
    S – Rend – Bloodbath
    D – Battle Rage – Ferocity
    F – War Cry – Invigorate
    P1 – Weapons Master
    P2 – Unforgiving
    P3 – Inspiring Presence
    P4 – Rampage


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