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Wizard Familiar will Summon a Little Friend to Aid you in Battle!

Wizard Familiar Wizard Familiar is a Skill learned by the Wizard at level 22, which allows them to summon a very own Familiar, assisting in battle.

The summon is ignored by the enemies and cannot be hurt, and it deals 20% of the Wizard’s weapon damage converted to Arcane.

It lasts for 120 seconds and only costs 20 Arcane Power.

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Skill Design

Familiar is a really good spell to invest in, no matter how you build our Wizard. The Familiar is merely just additional Arcane damage for the duration of the spell.

Wizard-Familiar

Synergy

Glass Cannon also boosts the Familiar summon’s attack by 15% in exchange for 10% of the Wizard’s Defense and Resistances. Still, if the extra damage will finish off your enemies before they can touch you then it’s a really good investment.

Wizard Familiar Synergies

Runestone Effects

Sparkflint lets the Wizard summon a fiery Familiar instead, which gives a 12% boost to all the damage done for its duration. It’s good when the Wizard is an AoE caster. You can simply walk into a room and unleash your devastating skills.

Dartling changes the Familiar into a lightning summon whose projectiles can pierce through enemies, helping you kill those enemies packed in a straight line.

Ancient Guardian will protect the Diablo 3 Wizard from dying, giving you a chance to escape, since this Familiar will fully absorb the damage the Wizard takes from a single attack every 6 seconds when the Wizard’s life goes lower than 35%.

Arcanot will help the Wizard in casting spells, generating 2 Arcane Power per second, which means a faster means of launching your spells that would obliterate enemies.

Cannoneer familiar’s projectiles will explode upon contact with enemies, dealing 20% weapon damage converted as Arcane to all enemies within 6 yards, effective for crowd control.

Wizard Familiar Runestones

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