Demon Hunter Shadow Power Gives Health Back by Attacking!
Demon Hunter Shadow Power skill was originally for increasing attack speed, but that was recently changed.
This is a good skill to have on, especially when you are fighting either a lot of enemies, or just a few enemies with a lot of health. While it does cost quite a bit of discipline to use, the proper timing makes this skill a necessity in long battles.
The Shadow Power skill can be unlocked at level 16, and you will locate it under the “Discipline” skill tree.
Discipline and Cooldown
There is no cooldown, so you can use Shadow Power as often as you want. However, you should wait until the effect is finished working. Otherwise, you just waste discipline. This skill costs 20 discipline to use.
Demon Hunter Shadow Power in Action!
When Shadow Power is active, you will notice short shadow tendrils coming from your Demon Hunter’s back. For 3 seconds, your character will regain 20% of all damage done as health. Since this effect lasts for such a short time, and because of the heavy discipline requirement, getting the proper timing is essential.
If you do it too early, then you won’t get any extra health back. Do it too late, and you may not draw in enough health to save yourself from enemy attack.
Try using it when you have a mob or strong enemy approaching you. You can’t draw in health if there is nothing to attack.
Also, try to use it when your health is about half to two-thirds gone. This should give you enough time to draw in enough health for a substantial recovery.
-Night Bane: gain 15 hatred per second while using this skill.
-Shadow Glide: you move 40% faster when Shadow Power is used.
-Gloom: incoming damage is reduced by 65%.
-Well of Darkness: the discipline cost drops to 16.
-Blood Moon: you take in 30% damage as life instead of 20%.
-Perfectionist: the discipline cost is reduced by 20%.
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