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Demon Hunter Changes in Dragonflight Beta Build 45569

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Here are the Demon Hunter changes that went live in Dragonflight Beta Build 45569.

Demon Hunter


  • Throw Glaive Throw Glaive costs 25 Fury.
  • Disrupt (Rank 2) renamed to Improved Disrupt Improved Disrupt.
  • Metamorphosis Metamorphosis - Upon landing, you are transformed into a hellish demon for 30 25 sec, immediately resetting the cooldown of your Eye Beam and Blade Dance abilities, greatly empowering your Chaos Strike and Blade Dance abilities and gaining 10% 20% Haste. Cooldown reduced to 4 minutes (was 5).


  • Eye Beam Eye Beam - Blasts all enemies in front of you, dealing guaranteed critical strikes for up to ${({?a320,415[{${( 12.38% 14.85% of Attack Power )*10*2}}][{${( 12.38% 14.85% of Attack Power )*10}}])} Chaos damage over 2 sec. Deals reduced damage beyond 5 targets. Cooldown increased to 40 seconds (was 30).
  • Insatiable Hunger Insatiable Hunger - Demon's Bite deals 20% 50% more damage and generates 5 to 10 additional Fury.
  • Momentum Momentum - Fel Rush, The Hunt, and Vengeful Retreat increase your damage done by 12% 10% for 6 5 sec.


  • Metamorphosis Metamorphosis (Rank 2) - Reduces the cooldown of Metamorphosis by 60 sec. While transformed, Shear and Fracture generate 0 additional Lesser Soul Fragment.
  • Focused Cleave Focused Cleave - Soul Cleave deals 50% 40% increased damage to your primary target.
  • Spirit Bomb Spirit Bomb - Consume up to 5 available Soul Fragments then explode, damaging nearby enemies for [ 25.43% [ 30% of Attack Power ] Fire damage per fragment consumed, and afflicting them with Frailty for 5 sec, causing you to heal for 8% of damage you deal to them. Deals reduced damage beyond 8 targets.

New Talents

  • Fel Flame Fortification Fel Flame Fortification - Magic damage taken reduced by 6%.
  • Throw Glaive Throw Glaive - Throw a demonic glaive at the target, dealing [ 36.68% of Attack Power ] Physical damage. The glaive can ricochet to an additional enemy within 10 yards.
  • Furious Throws Furious Throws - Throw Glaive now costs 25 Fury and throws a second glaive at the target.
  • Volatile Flameblood Volatile Flameblood - Immolation Aura generates 8-8 Fury when it deals critical damage. This effect may only occur once per 1.0 sec.
  • Death Sweep Death Sweep - Strike 5 nearby enemies for [ 114.9% of Attack Power ] Physical damage.
  • Mastery: Fel Blood Mastery: Fel Blood Increases the Armor bonus of Demon Spikes by an additional 24.0% of your Agility. Increases Armor by 12.0% of your Agility. Armor bonus is doubled while Demon Spike is active.
  • Metamorphosis Metamorphosis now has a 4 min cooldown (was 5).
  • Soul Cleave Soul Cleave - Viciously strike up to 5 enemies in front of you for [ 105.3% [ 121.1% of Attack Power ] Physical damage and heal yourself for [ 50% of Attack Power ].

PvP Talents

  • Demonic Origins Demonic Origins The cooldown of Metamorphosis is reduced by 2 min, but its duration is reduced by 10 sec. Metamorphosis grants 10% Versatility and its cooldown is reduced by 60 sec.
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