The Pulverize Companion Quickshift Werebear Druid is a good choice for Season 3 in Diablo 4. Although Overpower got a bit nerfed, Pulverize Companion is still on a wonderful spot and you have a simple time leveling up to Level 50!
This build will be a viable and solid starter in your journey into Diablo 4 Season of the Construct, and I will cover the leveling experience from Level 1 to Level 50 in this guide. I’ll tell you why you should definitely take the Quickshift Companion and Pulverize Druid for the Season 3 start.
If you have plenty of Diablo 4 Gold, crafting this Pulverize Companion build will become much easier.
Let’s start with the skill tree of this Diablo 4 build. First, going to take Fierce Storm Strike and buy Diablo 4 Items in advance because you will always attack with Storm Strike, and the enemies are always vulnerable.
Then you will go for Pulverize, 1 point, then the 2 clips for Primal Pulverize so the enemies are always with 20% damage reduction covered. And then you will max out Pulverize.
You will take 1 point into Blood Howl, 1 point into Enhanced Blood Howl, and 1 point into Innate Blood Howl. So you will get 20 Spirits back every time you cast it. Be always sure to keep Blood Howl on cooldown. For the next part, go for 3 points in Clarity so we always get 6 Spirits back when we switch to Human form.
Then you will go for 1 Poison Creeper, 1 point Enhanced Poison Creeper, 1 point into Brutal Poison Creeper. So the enemy will get 20% increased crit chance. Put 1 point into Wolves and 1 point into Ravens. Then we can go for 1 point Brutal Ravens so we get 2 additional Ravens.
For the next point, go 3 points into Quickshift as also 3 points into Natural Fortitude. Then you will spec 1 point in Neurotoxin, 2 points into Envenom, and then 1 Ursine Strength. So we’ll get a really nice damage overpower and additional max life boost. And with the Quickshift, we’ll always have 50% more damage as we always switch Storm Strike and Pulverize.
And with the Natural Fortitude, we’ll always have max Fortitude because we’re constantly switching our form. For the last part, the Envenom, you will always get a nice 30% increased crit damage when you root the poison enemies.
Put 1 point into Crushing Earth, 1 point into Safeguard so you will always get Fortify when you Critical Strike. And then go 3 points into Stone Guard, then go for the last 2 points into Crushing Earth.
Then you can spec 1 point into Defiance, 1 point into Natural Disaster, and then 3 points into Resonance. The nice part here is we’ll always get 18% more damage because we’re always using a storm skill and then our Pulverize, this is an earth skill, so it is a really nice damage addition.
As next, we will go for 1 point into Highlight Senses, then 1 of Circle of Life for nice max life back when we use our Pulverize. And then you will go for 3 points into Natural Disaster as also 2 points into Defiance. Go for 2 points into Highlighted Senses and 1 point into Ancestral Fortitude and your last point into Vigilance.
You’ll be able to handle the first 50 levels with these skills in Diablo 4 Season 3.
For Spirit Boons start as soon as possible, the Druid quest with Level 11-15, then clear the Túr Dúlra Stronghold, and then complete your Druid quest. As you finish your Druid quest, you should have around 75 points, so take the Packleader first and scale it. Then take 2 points of Iron Feather for more max life.
Next, go for the next 100 points, take the Obsidian Slam. Then wait for the next 75 points and go for the Wariness and then max out the rest. After that, go for the Spirit Boon with Scythe Talons.
Then let’s talk about Diablo 4 Items, or more importantly, our specs. As we don’t really need to focus on our fixes when we are leveling, maybe you will take max life and resistance first and armor so we can cap out your defensive because we are doing enough offensive damage.
For aspects, go for the Ballistic Aspect for 2 additional ranks for Pulverize. When you have Fortify for your chest, go for the Aspect of the Might for another damage reduction when we use Storm Strike.
In your gloves, go for the Aspect of the Ursine Horrors so your Pulverize is also an Earth skill and does additional damage.
In all boots, go for the Aspect of the Quicksand. Additionally, with our Poison Creeper, the enemies and we’ll get slow from Earth skills.
Go for the Aspect of Shepherd in your amulet because it’s also in Codex. But if you have the Shockwave Aspect, go for the Shockwave Aspect in your amulet. Otherwise, go for the Aspect of Shepherd and then the Aspect of the Retaliation so we’ll get additional damage when we fortified.
But otherwise, you can go for other damage sources or damage aspects, but you don’t really need them. These 3 are the only ones you need, and if you find the Shockwave Aspect, then equip it.
You can already start with Level 10 to 12 for the specs so you will have all of them with Level 50 in Diablo 4 Abattoir of Zir Dungeon.
If you don’t have enough Spirit, then go with Blood Howl, then Poison Creeper, so everything is rooted, and you will have the additional 15% from Quickshift and 30% from and Envenom.
Then go with 1 Pulverize, then Storm Strike to make them vulnerable, then Pulverize again, and then just do the normal rotation. If your Blood Howl is back up, go for Blood Howl, then for Storm Strike, so you will take always the 6 points for your spirit generation from the Clarity, and then Pulverize.
And keep in mind, always cast a Storm Strike before you will cast a Pulverize, so you will have the 15% more damage. And with this setup, you should be fine, and you should completely stomp the early game and World Tier 2.
I hope I could show you a wonderful guide that will help you through the earlier parts of the leveling in the new Season 3.