The Cloak of the Garwulf

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The Cloak of the Garwulf.

The Cloak of the Garwulf is a legendary cloak that can be found in Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls. This item can only be equipped by the Demon Hunter, and will only very rarely drop for any other class.

The Smart Drop system ensures that cloaks will usually roll with Dexterity, or at least never roll with Strength or Intelligence. Any bonus skill damage will be tuned to Demon Hunter skills as well.

The Cloak of the Garwulf properties[edit | edit source]

This item's legendary affix grants three wolves, instead of one, when using the Companion skill. Each wolf does the same 150% weapon damage as a single wolf, effectively tripling the already significant damage output of these pets. Players with 3 wolves at once enjoy very effective tanking by the wolves, as well as considerably increased damage. It can be quite fun to just stand and watch the wolves take out single enemies, such as Treasure Goblins.

  • All stats listed in the database scale up to the level of this item when dropped.
  • See the sample screenshots below to see how this item will roll at level 70.

The Cloak of the Garwulf: Legendary cloak

  • Minimum Item Level: 50
  • Armor: 360–472

Primary Affixes:

  • +160–179 Dexterity
  • +12% Movement Speed
  • +21–30 Resistance to All Elements
  • +1 random primary affix

Secondary Affixes:

  • Companion - Wolf Companion now summons 3 wolves.
  • +1 random secondary affix

The cloak of one with an affinity toward wolves.

Salvages into:

Item Examples[edit | edit source]

Several examples of this item can be seen below. View more samples of the The Cloak of the Garwulf via DiabloNut's armory.


Trivia[edit | edit source]

This item is named after Garwulf, AKA Robert Marks, a well-known figure in the Diablo 2 community due to his Garwulf's Corner column, hosted and curated by from 2001-2003.

Blizzard North's Diablo 2 developers honored numerous community members by placing their names in the game, chiefly as hireable mercenaries. Thus far Diablo 3 has included almost zero fan anything in the game, while finding space to include the name of practically every developer and CM (see Easter Eggs) as a monster or item or quest or other such nod to themselves.