Druids who want to do some AOE damage, especially when playing Diablo 4 by themselves, should put these skills at the top of their list.
When Diablo 4 came out, there were five classes to choose from. The Druid has gotten the most bad press. Complaints that came up during the open test of the game said that the class moved slowly in the early game. This has only been partially fixed. Even though late-game Druids are a force to be reckoned with and well worth the time players put into them, it’s still a lot of work to get there compared to, say, the Rogue, who is dangerous from the start.
Since this is the case, Diablo 4 players who want to become masters of nature will need to plan their Druid builds more carefully and thoroughly when they first start playing. In the game, there are two main themes for each class: single-target and AOE (Area of Effect). Druids can be built to be good at either one. Single-target builds are great for playing with other people, but AOE builds should be more appealing to people who play alone. These builds can be very powerful if the player knows where to put their important skill points.