The Monk class brings a bunch of great things with it.
It is one of three classes in Diablo 3 that has a base damage reduction in effect.
They take 30 less damage than classes aside from the Crusader and Barbarian. When gearing up any character in Diablo II for the most part there’re multiple different paths that you can take. By the end game Monks can have some pretty ornate looking armour that offers a great deal of protection. While focusing more on avoiding hits than allowing armour to protect them, Monks have very little armour at the initial stage. In fact you are lucky you have the robes on your back. Some info can be found online. You should not have much, when you first start off as a Monk. As you level up and gain access to better equipment you can start to protect yourself more. Still has some group buffs and escapes so that you can you must, one build that I have found effective when playing the end game focuses mainly on damage.
As a matter of necessity you will really need to balance the two different directions, while the foregoing are the ideal paths for max damage or survivability. Just as being able to live forever taking 5 minutes to kill a single normal enemy monster isn’t useful, just after all killing everything quickly but dying to a single hit ain’t very useful. On top of in combat by using certain attacks and skills that generate spirit, This resource is generated slowly over time. In Diablo II the Monk uses a resource called spirit. For example, every class though has different priorities in the placement of these points. Needless to say, other that they are very similar, each class in Diablo 3 Souls Reaper has access to essentially very similar Paragon bonuses, any class has alternative resource increase under their core choices. You can move and earning more experience, While levelling the main aim with any class is to kill enemies fast. From levels ‘1 20’ can be done by grabbing pretty much any skills you like as you get them.
There are many different builds that you can use when you reach max level on your Monk. Options include builds meant to kite enemies, builds meant to pull in and tank enemies, AOE based damage or single target damage builds. The monk class is predominantly a melee class that focuses on lightning fast hit and run melee attacks. They channel this power into mighty attacks to smite their enemies. Monks are spiritual warriors who draw power from their gods.
As with all Diablo II classes the Monk has a strong theme to their appearance that progresses over time. You must can kill large groups of enemies at once. Furthermore, whenever lashing tail kick, and breath of heaven, with the intention to do this, you use dashing strike to move around until you have collected a large number of enemies following you and deal with them all at once with your many AOE abilities, like crippling wave.
Monks have many great leveling builds and can focus on many different things.