Demon Hunter Natalya Marauder Sentry Build

Last updated on Jan 17, 2019 at 09:00 by Deadset 18 comments
General Information

Welcome to our build guide for Natalya Marauder Sentry Demon Hunter in Diablo 3. Here, you will learn everything you need to know to play this build at the highest level. This build is updated for patch 2.6.4 and Season 16.

General Information

For more information regarding followers, we advise you to read our follower guide, which contains detailed advice on choosing the skills and the gear of your companion.

1. Introduction

Emerging from the 2.6.1 reworks of the Natalya's Vengeance set, the Natalya Marauder Hybrid implements the best of both worlds — the empowerment and damage reduction of the former with the remote, Sentry-based playstyle of the latter. This durable, long range, beginner-friendly build is one of your easiest entry points into endgame pushing.

2. Quick Reference

2.1. Skill Setup

The basic skill setup of the Natalya 6-piece/Marauder 4-piece hybrid Demon Hunter is displayed below. Read the dedicated Skills page for detailed information on choices, alternatives and build customization.

3. Builds

Greater Rift Solo Progression
Active Skills
Left Mouse Button Evasive Fire Icon Evasive Fire Focus Focus Right Mouse Button Cluster Arrow Icon Cluster Arrow Maelstrom Maelstrom 1 Companion Icon Companion No rune chosen 2 Vault Icon Vault Tumble Tumble 3 Sentry Icon Sentry Polar Station Polar Station 4 Rain of Vengeance Icon Rain of Vengeance Flying Strike Flying Strike
Passive Skills

3.1. Gear Setup

The required gear setup for the Natalya 6-piece/Marauder 4-piece hybrid Demon Hunter is listed below. Check the Gear page for detailed information on choices, alternatives, gemming, Kanai's Cube and Paragon distribution. It also includes detailed explanations for Season 16 adjustments.

3.2. Legendary Gems

3.3. Kanai's Cube

4. Role in the Current Meta

This build is ranked as a High Tier solo pushing build for its class in the current Season. If high leaderboard position without strict adherence to the meta is attractive to you, consider using this build.

The build is constructed for solo Greater Rifting, as one or more of its core mechanics are deemed too slow or timing-oriented for the quick nature of Normal Rifts and Bounties. It is not recommended for group Greater Rifts past the point where every party member can handle the content on his own.

5. Changelog

  • 17 Jan. 2019 (gear page): Added suggestions for the baseline Ring of Royal Grandeur for Seasonal characters.
  • 17 Jan. 2019 (this page): Guide was revised with additional recommendations for Season 16.
  • 17 Jan. 2019 (skills page): Information was reviewed and approved for Season 16 with no changes required.
  • 20 Sep. 2018 (this page): Guide was reviewed and approved for Season 15.
  • 14 Jun. 2018 (this page): Guide was reviewed and approved for Season 14.
  • 23 Feb. 2018 (skills page): Added note for the Fire variant of this build.
  • 23 Feb. 2018 (gear page): Added note for the Fire variant of this build.
  • 23 Feb. 2018 (this page): Added note for the Fire variant of this build.
  • 17 Nov. 2017 (this page): Guide added.
  • 17 Nov. 2017 (gear page): Guide added.
  • 17 Nov. 2017 (skills page): Guide added.
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