Mana Burst

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Mana Burst is a Tier 4 skill from the Wizard's Arcane skill tree, allowing the Wizard to deal extra damage if they cast spells with full mana.

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Background[edit | edit source]

Diablo III Skill [e]
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Mana Burst

Passive, 15 ranks

Used by: Wizard
Skill Description:
Increases the damage of any spell cast from full mana by 25%.
Skill Details:
Type: Direct damage boost
Quantity: None
Effect: Self
School: Arcane
Resource cost: None
Cast time: None
Duration: None
Cooldown: None
Synergies: All Wizard spells.
Requires: N/A
Prereq of: N/A

Studies for a Wizard, in how to maximise the use of mana when her resources are replenished.

Skill Design[edit | edit source]

Another creative spell. This one basically lets the Wizard deal substantial extra damage, but with just one spell, once in a while. A wizard who invested in this spell would have to modify her play style considerably; trying to use spells sparingly to remain full of mana, in order to score the huge damage hit possible with points in this skill. This spell is one of the spells for Diablo III showing Blizzard trying to think "outside of the box" to increase gamplay enjoyment.

Skill Rank Table[edit | edit source]

  • Rank 1: 25% damage increase.

Only Rank 1 is currently known.

Synergies[edit | edit source]

Skill Rune Effects[edit | edit source]

  • None known.

Development[edit | edit source]

Mana Burst was first shown at BlizzCon 2008 when the Wizard was unveiled. It was removed sometime prior to BlizzCon 2009.

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