Elemental Arrow

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Elemental Arrow is a Secondary Demon Hunter skill unlocked at Level 20. It fires an arrow charged with fire, dealing increased damage as well as piercing through enemies.

Background[edit | edit source]

Elemental Arrow in action.

The Demon Hunter shoots a piercing arrow imbued with Fire to burn and skewer his enemies.

Skill Rune Effects[edit | edit source]

See the Elemental Arrow rune effects page for a more thorough description of rune effects, or any of the individual rune pages for numbers, screenshots, blue quotes, and much more.

Name Level Description

<skill subcat="Bow skill" class="DemonHunter">Elemental Arrow</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter" rune="Ball Lightning">Elemental Arrow</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter" rune="Frost Arrow">Elemental Arrow</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter" rune="Immolation Arrow">Elemental Arrow</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter" rune="Lightning Bolts">Elemental Arrow</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter" rune="Nether Tentacles">Elemental Arrow</skill>

Notes[edit | edit source]

Synergies[edit | edit source]

The following Demon Hunter passives provide a benefit to Elemental Arrow, runed or not:

Name Level Description

<skill class="DemonHunter">Thrill of the Hunt</skill> <skill class="DemonHunter">Steady Aim</skill>

Development[edit | edit source]

This skill was first revealed at Blizzcon 2010 as Molten Arrow[1], before it got a name change along with an expanded function via the different rune effects.

"Elemental Arrow" was first seen at the July 2011 Press Event, where it was a level 18 skill.

Beta[edit | edit source]

After the beta started in September 2011, Elemental Arrow became a level 9 skill. The skill system was once again overhauled for the Beta Patch 13, and Elemental Arrow was classified as a Secondary skill and moved up to level 20.

Media[edit | edit source]

Elemental Arrow can be seen in action on video here:

  • None yet.

You can find pictures in the Diablo III screenshot and picture gallery:

References[edit | edit source]