Nature’s Fury Trampleslide Druid Build for Diablo 4 (Season 1)

Trample your enemies in waves of Landslides with this mid-game build.




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TrampleLandslidePoison CreeperStorm StrikeCataclysmEarthen Bulwark

Build Introduction

Your Druid has the zoomies, and Nature’s Fury Trampleslide is here to get rid of them, alongside enemies, with immense map-clearing power! Charge through the trash mobs, elites, and bosses of Sanctuary, leaving waves of powerful LandslideLandslide behind, obliterating all in your path. This article will cover everything you need to start your own Trampleslide adventure!

This build’s primary interaction and gameplay is sending out high volumes of LandslideLandslide via TrampleTrample and Poison CreeperPoison Creeper, and constantly resetting each ability.

Strengths and Weaknesses

  • Clear maps with near-constant Landslides
  • Low resource management
  • Strong mobility and access to Unstoppable
  • Constant knockbacks can be unbearable for group play
  • Needs high-rolled non-Codex Aspects to perform well

To see how this build compares to the other builds on our site, you can check out our build tier lists.

Build Requirements

Required Aspects (Non-codex)

In its final form, this build requires no Uniques and 3 gameplay changing non-Codex Legendary Aspects (listed below) to function:

Without these Aspects, the build simply is not Trampleslide (and is not recommended), and we recommend continuing to farm for them using your existing build, or checking out other LandslideLandslide builds like our Landslide Leveling Build!


Variant Playstyles for this build include the following:

Season of the Malignant

Season 1 Patch Updates

The following list details the changes in the Season 1 Patch Update that are specific to this build.

Patch 1.1

  • Masochistic Boon now also requires a Lucky Hit chance of 75%.
  • Bolster Boon Fortify increased from 10% to 15% of Maximum Life.
  • Storm StrikeStorm Strike Damage Reduction reduced from 25% to 15%.
  • CataclysmCataclysm Lightning damage increased from 64% to 77%, and Tornado damage from 19% to 23%.
  • Supreme CataclysmSupreme Cataclysm Vulnerable duration increased from 2 to 3 seconds.
  • Prime CataclysmPrime Cataclysm duration increased from 2 to 4 seconds.
  • Aspect of DisobedienceAspect of Disobedience maximum stacks reduced from 100 to 60, reducing maximum Bonus Armor % from 25-50% to 15-30%.
  • Symbiotic AspectSymbiotic Aspect Cooldown reduction reduced from 4-8 to 3-5.
  • Several Gear Affix scaling including Damage Reductions, Cooldown Reduction, Critical Strike Damage and Vulnerable damage have been reduced.

New Aspect: Subterranean (Offensive Aspect): Poison CreeperPoison Creeper’s active also casts LandslideLandslide in a circle around you. Earth Skills deal 10-20% increased damage to Poisoned enemies. This welcome addition to the build, combined with Packleader boon to reset your Poison CreeperPoison Creeper, means even more Landslides in high volume. This also opens up the Creeperslide Variant Playstyle that focuses more on Poison CreeperPoison Creeper casts than TrampleTrample casts.

The Symbiotic AspectSymbiotic Aspect Cooldown reduction change means that TrampleTrample will not be able to fully reset within one Nature’s Fury trigger unless the Aspect is placed on a 2-handed weapon. Despite this, this build remains competitive and capable.

Patch 1.1.1

No significant changes related to this build.

Malignant Hearts

For general seasonal information, check out our Malignant Hearts Guide.

The following Malignant Hearts are recommended in order of importance

  1. Caged Heart of RevengeCaged Heart of Revenge (Brutal, Defensive-World Tier III): 10-20% of incoming damage is instead suppressed. When you use a Defensive, Subterfuge or a Macabre skill, all suppressed damage is amplified by 250% and explodes, dealing up to 1360-2040 Fire damage to Nearby enemies.
    The damage burst is not too exciting but ith the 1.1 nerfs to Damage Reduction Gearing Affixes, this is a welcome extra source of defense.
  2. Caged Heart of Inexorable ForceCaged Heart of Inexorable Force (Devious, Utility): Up to 30-50 Distant enemies are pulled toward you while you have an Ultimate Skill active.
  3. Caged Heart of The BarberCaged Heart of The Barber (Wrathful, Super-World Tier III): Critical Strikes and all subsequent damage within 2.0-4.0 seconds is absorbed by your target. Then, the absorbed damage erupts onto surrounding enemies. Stored damage is increased by 10% per second.
    Try to get this at a lower duration. Too high and you risk debuffs like Vulnerable falling off. This can also be mildly bait during any farm or speed content.
  4. Caged Heart of the Malignant PactCaged Heart of the Malignant Pact (Wrathful, Super): Cycle through a Malignant bonus every 20 kills:
    Vicious: Gain 20% Attack Speed.
    Devious: Core and Basic Skills have a 15% chance to fully restore your Primary Resource.
    Brutal: Every 21 seconds, gain a Barrier absorbing 85-102 damage.
    While portions of this are not a great addition, The Malignant Pact is worth mentioning for things like Bosses and Uber bosses, as you can cycle your buff to the 20% attack speed then go into the fight. Uber Lilith for example does not have enough things to kill throughout the fight to force a cycle before you can complete the fight.
  5. Caged Heart of the PicanaCaged Heart of the Picana (Vicious, Offensive): Critical Strikes electrically charge the enemy for 0.75-2.50 seconds, causing lightning to arc between them and any other charged enemies dealing 68-136 Lightning damage.

Skill Tree Points and Skill Bar

Skill Bar Setup for Nature’s Fury Trampleslide (order does not matter)
Trample Trample Cataclysm Cataclysm Poison Creeper Poison Creeper Earthen Bulwark Earthen Bulwark Storm Strike Storm Strike Landslide Landslide
Priority SkillsCluster
Storm StrikeStorm Strike Level 1, Enhanced Storm StrikeEnhanced Storm Strike, Fierce Storm StrikeFierce Storm StrikeBasic SkillBasic Skill
LandslideLandslide Level 5, Enhanced LandslideEnhanced Landslide, Primal LandslidePrimal Landslide
Heart of the WildHeart of the Wild Level 1, Wild ImpulsesWild Impulses Level 3, Predatory InstinctPredatory Instinct Level 3
Core SkillCore Skill
Earthen BulwarkEarthen Bulwark Level 1, Enhanced Earthen BulwarkEnhanced Earthen Bulwark, Innate Earthen BulwarkInnate Earthen Bulwark
Ancestral FortitudeAncestral Fortitude Level 1, VigilanceVigilance Level 3
Defensive SkillDefensive Skill
Poison CreeperPoison Creeper Level 1, Enhanced Poison CreeperEnhanced Poison Creeper, Brutal Poison CreeperBrutal Poison CreeperCompanion SkillCompanion Skill
TrampleTrample Level 1, NeurotoxinNeurotoxin Level 1, EnvenomEnvenom Level 3
Crushing EarthCrushing Earth Level 3, SafeguardSafeguard Level 3, Stone GuardStone Guard Level 3
Wrath SkillWrath Skill
CataclysmCataclysm, Prime CataclysmPrime Cataclysm, Supreme CataclysmSupreme Cataclysm
DefianceDefiance Level 3, Natural DisasterNatural Disaster Level 3, ResonanceResonance Level 3, QuickshiftQuickshift Level 1, Heightened SensesHeightened Senses Level 3
Ultimate SkillUltimate Skill
Nature's FuryNature’s FuryCapstone SkillKey Passive

Alternative Skills

As with many builds, there are plenty of options available for min-maxing output, maintaining Fortify, changing gameplay tempo, fitting the build to gearing and stat needs, or for different content such as bosses vs. non-bosses. The Nature’s Fury Trampleslide build has several flex points for finding your balance in the game:

Spirit Boons – The Druid Class Specialization

Druids unlock powerful Spirit Boon passives, giving offerings to the animal spirits to receive their blessing. Once fully unlocked, you can activate the final Boon by Spirit Bonding with one of the four animal spirits to take two passives from that row.

Boon NameAnimalEffect
WarinessDeerTake 10% reduced damage from Elites
Swooping AttacksEagleGain +10% Attack Speed
Scythe TalonsEagleGain 5% increased Critical Strike
PackleaderWolfLucky Hit: Critical Strikes have up to a 20% chance to reset the Cooldowns of your Companion Skills.
MasochisticSnakeLucky Hit: Critical Strikes with Shapeshifting Skills have up to a 75% chance to Heal you for 3% Maximum Life.
  • If you have a high Critical Strike Chance already, or high Lucky Hit on your gear, you can change your Sprit Bond from the Eagle’s Scythe Talons increased Critical Strike Chance to the Snake’s Calm Before the Storm for more casts of your Ultimate SkillUltimate Skill.
  • If your Defense is sufficient and you do not need extra self-healing, you can change from Masochistic to Calm Before the Storm.


The Paragon Board is a progression system unlocked at Level 50, giving player power through Common stat Nodes, Magic affix Nodes, Rare leveled Glyphs, and Legendary board-exclusive Nodes. Below you will find the preferred Glyphs, Boards and pathing recommended for making the most of the build. All Glyphs are placed as if they are max radius (Level 15+).

The Rare Glyphs in the Paragon progression system are often the strongest player power, placed in the Glyph Sockets of each Board. Only one Glyph Socket is available per board. We cover a total of six Boards to optimize the volume of Rare Glyphs to slot.

While you are still leveling and don’t have access to the full board, prioritize placing Exploit and WerebearWerebear, as these are the strongest available Rare Glyphs to slot. We do not take ShapeshifterShapeshifter because, unfortunately, on TrampleTrample cast the increased Critical Strike Chance will only affect the Trample, not the Landslides.

WerebearWerebear• For every 5 Willpower purchased within range, you deal + [6.24%] increased damage while in Werebear form.
• Bonus (40 Willpower): You gain 10% Damage Reduction while in Werebear form.
Heightened MaliceHeightened MaliceWhile there are 3 or more Poisoned enemies Nearby, you deal 45% increased damage.
ExploitExploitFor every 5 Dexterity purchased within range, you deal + [3.85%] increased damage to Vulnerable targets.
• Bonus (25 Dexterity): When an enemy is damaged by you, they become Vulnerable for 3 seconds. This cannot happen more than once every 20 seconds per enemy.
Earthen DevastationEarthen DevastationYour Earth Skills deal 30% increased damage to enemies afflicted by Crowd Control.
Earth and SkyEarth and SkyGrants +50.0% bonus to all Magic Nodes within range.
Bonus (40 Willpower): Nature Magic Skills deal x10% increased damage to Crowd Controlled or Vulnerable enemies.
Survival InstinctsSurvival InstinctsWhile in Werebear form, you deal 1% increased damage, up to 50%, for every 1% difference in current Life percent between you and the enemy. (NOT TAKEN)
SpiritSpiritCritical Strikes increase the damage an enemy takes from you by x2% for 20 seconds, up to x12%.
Bonus (25 Dexterity): For every 5 Dexterity purchased within range, Core Skills deal + [9.6%] increased Critical Strike Damage.
ThunderstruckThunderstruckStorm Skills deal 30% increased Critical Strike Damage against Vulnerable or Immobilized enemies. (NOT TAKEN)
UndauntedUndauntedFor every 5 Willpower purchased within range, you deal + [7.7%] increased damage while Fortified.
Bonus (40 Willpower): You gain up to 10% Damage Reduction the more Fortify you have.
Constricting TendrilsConstricting TendrilsLucky Hit: Nature Magic Skills have up to a 15% chance to entangle the enemy with vines, Immobilizing them for 2 seconds and Poisoning them for 120% of the Base damage dealt over 4 seconds. (NOT TAKEN)
TerritorialTerritorialFor every 5 Dexterity purchased within range, you deal + [9.6%] increased damage to Close targets.
Bonus (25 Dexterity): You gain 10% Damage Reduction against Close Enemies.

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Starting Board

  1. Path right and up to take Prime.
  2. Continue to the Glyph Socket, and place WerebearWerebear, filling in all Willpower Nodes.
  3. Take Resolve and Impel, taking the left side towards the Heightened Malice board.
  4. Go down and take Tenacity and the nearby Magic Nodes for Maximum Life. This can be done later in your leveling.
  5. Attach the Heightened Malice board, rotating the board clockwise 3 times, with the Glyph Socket on the bottom right.

Heightened Malice (2nd Board)

  1. Head up and right towards the Glyph Socket, taking Sinking Fangs and Nature-Born on your way.
  2. Place ExploitExploit into the Glyph Socket and fill in nearby Dexterity Nodes.
  3. Backtrack to go right, and take Poison Conditioned.
  4. Continue up and left to take the Heightened Malice Legendary Node.
  5. From the Glyph Socket, go up and right to attach the Earthen Devastation board, rotating the board clockwise 3 times, with the Glyph Socket in the upper right.

Earthen Devastation (3rd Board)

  1. Go right and up to take Oppress and all 5 of its nearby Magic Nodes.
  2. Head right towards the Glyph Socket
  3. Place Earth and SkyEarth and Sky in the Glyph Socket, and take Resolve and Earthen Power.
  4. Take the nearby Magic Nodes for Critical Strike Damage with Earth Skills, as well as one Willpower node to activate the Earth and SkyEarth and Sky Additional Bonus.
  5. Backtrack and take the Earthen Devastation Legendary Node.

Survival Instincts (4th Board)

  1. Attach the Survival Instincts board from the right side of the Heightened Malice board, rotating the board clockwise 1 time, with the Glyph Socket below the Legendary Node.
  2. Go right and down to take Zealous.
  3. Continue up and right towards the Glyph Socket
  4. Place SpiritSpirit in the Glyph Socket, take Grizzly and Battleworn Hide, filling in nearby Dexterity Nodes.

Thunderstruck (5th Board)

  1. From the Earthen Devastation Board, go right from the Glyph Socket to attach the Thunderstruck board, rotating the board clockwise 2 times, with the Glyph Socket in the bottom left.
  2. Go down and right towards the Glyph Socket
  3. Place UndauntedUndaunted in the Glyph Socket, take Hubris and all 5 nearby Magic Nodes, filling in nearby Intelligence Nodes.
  4. Continue up and right to take Deluge and all 5 nearby Magic Nodes.

Constricting Tendrils (6th Board)

  1. From the Survival Instincts board, go down from the Glyph Socket to attach the Constricting Tendrils board, rotating the board clockwise 1 time, with the Glyph Socket on the top left.
  2. Go down and left to the Glyph Socket
  3. Place TerritorialTerritorial in the Glyph Socket, take Courage and Nature’s Will, filling in nearby Dexterity Nodes.
  4. Take the two Magic Nodes for Nature Magic Skill Damage.

Legendary Aspects and Gearing Affixes

Below are the recommended Legendary Aspects and Gear Affixes for each slot of the Nature’s Fury Trampleslide build. Gear Affixes in Bold are the ideal Affixes, but alternates are added.

2-Handed AxeAspect of the Trampled EarthAspect of the Trampled EarthWeapon DPS
Vulnerable Damage
Critical Strike Damage
Critical Strike damage with Earth Skills

All Stats
Damage to [X] Enemy
HelmBallistic AspectBallistic Aspect
Aspect of DisobedienceAspect of Disobedience
Aspect of MightAspect of Might
Aspect of QuicksandAspect of Quicksand
Max Life
Total Armor

Cooldown Reduction
Basic Skill Attack Speed

ChestBallistic AspectBallistic Aspect
Aspect of DisobedienceAspect of Disobedience
Aspect of MightAspect of Might
Aspect of QuicksandAspect of Quicksand
Damage Reduction while Fortified
Damage Reduction from Close Enemies
Damage Reduction from enemies that are Poisoned
Maximum Life

Damage Reduction
Total Armor
GlovesSubterranean Aspect
Aspect of Natural BalanceAspect of Natural Balance
Aspect of The AftershockAspect of The Aftershock
Subterranean Aspect
Ranks of Landslide
Attack Speed
Critical Strike Chance
Critical Strike Damage with Earth Skills

Lucky Hit Chance
PantsAspect of DisobedienceAspect of Disobedience
Aspect of MightAspect of Might
Damage Reduction while Fortified
Damage Reduction while Injured
Damage Reduction from Close Enemies
Damage Reduction from Enemies that are Poisoned

Damage Reduction
Maximum Life
BootsGhostwalker AspectGhostwalker Aspect
Aspect of QuicksandAspect of Quicksand
Movement Speed
Damage Reduction while Injured
Fortify Generation
Dodge Chance

Move speed for 4 seconds after killing an Elite
AmuletSymbiotic AspectSymbiotic AspectCooldown Reduction
Ranks of the Envenom Passive
Ranks of the Resonance Passive
Movement Speed

Damage Reduction while Fortified
Damage Reduction while Injured
Ring 1Subterranean Aspect
Aspect of Natural BalanceAspect of Natural Balance
Aspect of The AftershockAspect of The Aftershock
Vulnerable Damage
Critical Strike Chance
Critical Strike Damage
Critical Strike Damage with Earth Skills

Lucky Hit
Ring 2Subterranean Aspect
Aspect of Natural BalanceAspect of Natural Balance
Aspect of The AftershockAspect of The Aftershock
Vulnerable Damage
Critical Strike Chance
Critical Strike Damage
Critical Strike Damage with Earth Skills

Lucky Hit

Check our Legendary Aspect and Codex of Power Guide to see which slots can have which Legendary Aspects. For example, helm can have either Defensive or Utility powers, so there are interchangeable options listed above. An aspect like Ballistic AspectBallistic Aspect could be on helm or chest, with room for all the rest of the Legendary Aspects you need to complete the build.

Remember to pick up and check all of those Rare items! There are many combinations of Gear Affix rolls possible. Amulets in particular have more than 45 Gear Affixes for the Druid! Going from 2 favorable Affixes to 3, then 4 on each slot will help focus and optimize your build.

Alternative Legendary Aspects

Both Ghostwalker AspectGhostwalker Aspect and Aspect of QuicksandAspect of Quicksand are valid options. Aspect of QuicksandAspect of Quicksand is for better application of a Slow for your crowd control damage boosts. If your damage is sufficient, you may need more access to Unstoppable, or if you just love zooming, use Ghostwalker AspectGhostwalker Aspect

Alternative Defensive Legendaries that can be situationally valid include Skinwalker's AspectSkinwalker’s Aspect for self-healing, or Earthguard AspectEarthguard Aspect or Aspect of Mending StoneAspect of Mending Stone for improving your Earthen BulwarkEarthen Bulwark.

Alternative Offensive Legendaries that can be situationally valid include Rapid AspectRapid Aspect for more attacks to trigger Nature's FuryNature’s Fury, or general amplifiers like Aspect of RetaliationAspect of Retaliation.

Weapon Type

Two-handed axe is chosen over staff for the most consistent damage Affix to any target; not all targets will be able to leverage crowd control damage boosts, such as bosses. However, Damage to Healthy will always get some value, especially while farming, allowing possible one-shot kills on enemies. If you find a Staff with more favorable Affixes or higher damage, use it.

While two-handed is recommended for this build, one-Handed axe and totem can be used as well. This will require you to shift Aspect of the Trampled EarthAspect of the Trampled Earth to amulet, Symbiotic AspectSymbiotic Aspect to gloves, ring, weapon, or totem. You will need to have high Cooldown Reduction on your gear and a max durationSymbiotic AspectSymbiotic Aspect to get the resets you need to fully reset TrampleTrample.

Mechanics and Playstyle

The Nature’s Fury Trampleslide gameplay is about casting a high volume of TrampleTrample to send a mountain of LandslideLandslide to kill your enemies, layering multipliers for the highest damage possible. We reset trample by sending out Storm abilities to trigger the combination of Nature's FuryNature’s Fury and Symbiotic AspectSymbiotic Aspect.

Damage Rotation

  1. TrampleTrample to send out waves of LandslideLandslide, as well as putting TrampleTrample on cooldown.
  2. Poison CreeperPoison Creeper to crowd control and Immobilize your enemy, trigger Primal LandslidePrimal Landslide Terramotes, and cast even more LandslideLandslide through the Subterranean Aspect. The poison will also trigger poison-based multipliers like EnvenomEnvenom and Heightened Malice.
  3. CataclysmCataclysm to trigger Nature's FuryNature’s Fury and reset TrampleTrample.
  4. Storm StrikeStorm Strike to trigger Nature's FuryNature’s Fury and reset TrampleTrample.

Earthen BulwarkEarthen Bulwark can be used as a way to become Unstoppable, give a lifesaving Absorb and Damage Reduction with VigilanceVigilance, or even for damage with Innate Earthen BulwarkInnate Earthen Bulwark. The damage can be a welcome addition given we are stacking favorable Gear Affixes such as Critical Strike Chance, Critical Strike Damage, and Critical Strike Damage with Earth Spells.

Early in gearing or during dry spells without Nature's FuryNature’s Fury triggers, you may choose to hard cast LandslideLandslide as priority damage to a target. Generally, this won’t be necessary, however there are not many sources for increased Spirit generation in the build, such as ClarityClarity. If you took PetrifyPetrify, then Supreme PetrifySupreme Petrify can give some when you need it.

Tip: Storm StrikeStorm Strike does not need to hit a target to trigger Nature's FuryNature’s Fury! You can safely stand away from enemies and cast if you need the reset.

Crowd Control

The Trampleslide Druid has many interactions with Crowd Controls to boost damage significantly through Skill Passives like Nature's ReachNature’s Reach and Natural DisasterNatural Disaster, or Paragon Nodes like Earthen Devastation and Deluge. These include:

Lucky Hit

Lucky Hit does not interact with Nature's FuryNature’s Fury. However, it can still be a useful Gear Affix to have, since it can interact with the Packleader Boon, as well as other optional choices like Calm Before the Storm Boon and Overcharged AspectOvercharged Aspect.

Variant Playstyle Creeperslide

The new Subterranean Aspect is a strong addition to the game, summoning circles of LandslideLandslide around you when you cast Poison CreeperPoison Creeper. The active cast of Poison CreeperPoison Creeper also immobilizes enemies, generating Primal LandslidePrimal Landslide Terramotes, which are then consumed by the summoned LandslideLandslide circle for high damage Critical Strikes! Because so many critical strikes are going out, Spirit Boon Packleader will reset Poison CreeperPoison Creeper often, allowing for chained casts to bury your enemies.

Variant gameplay that would focus on this mechanic would consider the following:

Unique Items

The Nature’s Fury Trampleslide build does not require any Uniques to work. However, there are a few that can give you some advantage.

Vasily’s Prayer and Insatiable Fury

Vasily's PrayerVasily’s Prayer Unique Effect – Your Earth Skills are now also Werebear Skills and Fortify you for [X].
Insatiable FuryInsatiable Fury Unique Effect – Werebear form is now your true form, and you gain +2 Ranks to all Werebear Skills. Note that at highest Item Power bracket this bonus is +3 Ranks. This is not currently reflected in the tooltip but you can verify the Item Contribution by checking your Skill bar or your Skill Tree.

Vasily's PrayerVasily’s Prayer Unique Effect enables a few comfy interactions. The small Fortify generation may let you take points out of SafeguardSafeguard, and making LandslideLandslide a Werebear skill can give a noticeable increase to Snake Spirit Boon’s Masochistic healing. However, the item itself does not have many beneficial Gear Affixes.

When you combine the effects of both Vasily’s Prayer and Insatiable FuryInsatiable Fury, you get a stronger combination. Insatiable Fury has much better Gear Affixes, and when LandslideLandslide becomes a Werebear skill, it benefits from the Insatiable Fury Skill Ranks. This can boost your LandslideLandslide damage significantly, making the Unique combination a strong damage gain. You can also now remove the skill point in TrampleTrample to anywhere else, since Insatiable Fury will grant access and Skill Ranks for all Werebear skills.

If you do choose to wear these Uniques, wear them as a combination only. Defensively, this may be neutral to worse depending on the Affixes on your non-unique Chest and Helm pieces. Pieces with 4/4 good Affixes can be much stronger defensively, as well as being able to keep defensive Aspects, such as Aspect of MightAspect of Might.


See below for the best Gems to socket into your gear for each category.

  • Weapon: Royal EmeraldRoyal Emerald for Critical Strike Damage to Vulnerable Enemies.
  • Armor: Royal SapphireRoyal Sapphire for Damage Reduction while Fortified.
  • Jewelry: Check out the Seasonal affix Malignant Heart section for a priority shortlist. Malignant Hearts scale higher than Royal SkullSkulls in Armor, along with granting their specific powers.
    • If playing on the Eternal Realm, use Royal SkullRoyal Skull for Armor.

Elixirs, Incense, and Health Potions

The Alchemist offers helpful Elixirs and Incense, at the cost of foraged materials found throughout Sanctuary. Herbs spawn around the world or are given as quest rewards, while other crafting materials will be looted from specific enemies. Craft the highest Assault ElixirAssault Elixir available for Attack Speed bonuses. The more attacks you put in, the more often you can trigger Nature's FuryNature’s Fury for TrampleTrample resets. Though this is not a high-push build, you can choose defensive elixirs such as Iron Skin ElixirIron Skin Elixir for armor, or Elixir of FortitudeElixir of Fortitude for Max Life from Helltide Caches, but those will not be consistently farmable.

Incenses are costly to craft, and may be prohibitive for any farming lifestyle, but may be valuable in push content. Chorus of War for Stats and Critical Strike Damage. In a group setting, the Spirit Dance is a great alternative, granting increased Dodge Chance for each nearby player, though your group may be displeased you’re playing a Trampleslide build!

Be sure to return to the Alchemist often to upgrade your potion as you progress your character. Each upgrade increases the instant healing of the potion!


  • August 8th, 2023: Added Patch 1.1.1 section and checked guide for accuracy.
  • July 24th, 2023: Restructured Introduction. Changed Skill Tree to recommending Predatory Instinct over Nature’s Reach with the introduction of the Subterranean Aspect and Seasonal Malignant Heart Inexorable Force.
  • July 23rd, 2023: Referenced Malignant Hearts in the Gems section. Added Creeperslide Variant section.
  • July 19th, 2023: Guide updated for Season 1 and 1.1 balance changes.
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