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Title:Diablo IV - Cultist Refuge Dungeon
Description:The Cultist Refuge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Cultist Refuge you get the "Flamewalker's Aspect" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Firewall skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon.


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Diablo IV - Dindai Hollow Malignant Tunnel Malignant Tunnels were introduced in the first season of Diablo 4 - The Season of the Malignant. In these you can get Malignant Hearts which you can socket into your jewely slots instead of gems. These hearts can give a wide variety of different bonuses like faster attack speed or making your critial strikes hit harder whereas your non-critical hits do less damage. There are hearts that can be used by all classes, but also class-specific hearts. For the "A Plague of Hatred" season questline the player has to invoke a Brutal Outgrowth. This can be done in a Malignant Tunnel of your choice. I did it in the Dindai Hollow Malignant Tunnel. 0
Diablo IV - Ravening Pit Malignant Tunnel Malignant Tunnels were introduced in the first season of Diablo 4 - The Season of the Malignant. In these you can get Malignant Hearts which you can socket into your jewely slots instead of gems. These hearts can give a wide variety of different bonuses like faster attack speed or making your critial strikes hit harder whereas your non-critical hits do less damage. There are hearts that can be used by all classes, but also class-specific hearts. The Ravening Pit is a story-related Malignant Tunnel for the "A Plague of Hatred" in the season questline. And yes, I overlooked the heart and left it lying on the ground... Shame on me. ^^' 0
Diablo IV - Dead Man's Dredge Dungeon Dead Man's Dredge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Dead Man's Dredge you get the "Aspect of Piercing Cold" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Ice Shard skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Derelict Lodge Dungeon Derelict Lodge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Derelict Lodge you get the "Aspect of Explosive Verve" for the Rogue class, which makes your Grenade skills count as Trap skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - The Hive Dungeon The Hive is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Hive you get the "Aspect of Swelling Curse" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your Bone Spirit skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Endless Gates Dungeon Endless Gates is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Endless Gates you get the "Aspect of the Rampaging Werebeast" for the Druid class, which boosts your Grizzly Rage skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Betrayer's Row Dungeon Betrayer's Row is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Betrayer's Row you get the "Aspect of Potent Blood" for the Necromancer class, which changes blood orbs to give you essence when you've got full HP. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Crumbling Hekma Dungeon Crumbling Hekma is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Crumbling Hekma you get the "Aspect of Splintering Energy" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Lighting Spear skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Komdor Temple Dungeon Komdor Temple is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Komdor Temple you get the "Aspect of the Bounding Conduit" for the Sorcerer class, which increases your movement speed after teleporting. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Forgotten Depths Dungeon Forgotten Depths is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Forgotten Depths you get the "Aspect of Biting Cold" for the Sorcerer class, which gives you a chance to make an enemy vulnerable when you freeze them. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Yshari Sanctum Dungeon Yshari Sanctum is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Yshari Sanctum you get the "Needleflare Aspect" for all classes, which gives you a boost to Thorns damage. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Flooded Depths Dungeon Flooded Depths is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Flooded Depths you get the "Aspect of Empowering Reaper" for the Necromancer class, which gives you a chance to spawn a pool of Blight when you hit critically. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Lost Keep Dungeon Lost Keep is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Lost Keep you get the "Aspect of the Deflecting Barrier" for all classes, which gives you ignore damage from distanced enemies while you have a barrier active. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Demon's Wake Dungeon Demon's Wake is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Demon's Wake you get the "Aspect of Uncanny Treachery" for the Rogue classes, which gives you a higher chance to gain Stealth. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV Caldera Gate Dungeon Caldera Gate is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Caldera Gate you get the "Mangled Aspect" for the Druid classes, which boosts your Werebear form. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Kor Valar Ramparts Dungeon Kor Valar Ramparts is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Kor Valar Ramparts you get the "Blast-Trapper's Aspect" for the Rogue classes, which boosts your Trap Skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Immortal Emanation Dungeon Immortal Emanation is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Immortal Emanation you get the "Mangled Aspect" for the Druid classes, which boosts your Werebear form. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Halls of the Damned Dungeon Halls of the Damned is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Halls of the Damned you get the "Aspect of Disobedience" for the all classes, which boosts your armor whenn you deal damage. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Hakan's Refuge Dungeon Hakan's Refuge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Hakan's Refuge you get the "Relentless Berserker's Aspect" for the Barbarian class, which boosts your core skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Sepulcher of the Forsworn Dungeon The Sepulcher of the Forsworn is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Sepulcher of the Forsworn you get the "Hulking Aspect" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your Golem skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Infected Delve Dungeon Infected Delve is one of the dungeons related to a sidequest in Diablo IV. It ins not one of the 'main' dungeon where you can get aspects. Nevertheless Infected Delve is quite an interesting place, as some parts are infected by poisonous mist that damages the player while standing in it. You can find this dungeon in the Urlaan Quarry region. You have to visit this dungeon for the "Crucible of Worth" quest. You are tasked with gathering three pieces of silver quartz for Gerti in Ked Bardu so that she can forge a weapon out of it. 0
Diablo IV - Blind Burrows The Blind Burrows is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Blind Burrows you get the "Aspect of the Tempest" for the Druid class, which boosts your Hurricane skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "A Price to Pay" quest to collect Spider Venom for Aneta. 0
Diablo IV - Forgotten Ruins The Forgotten Ruins is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Forgotten Ruins you get the "Iron Blood Aspect" for the Barbarian class, which gives you damage reduction for each nearby bleeding enemy. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "A Wolf's Honor" quest to find Alim's and Tala's belongings together with Asa. 0
Diablo IV - Conclave Dungeon Conclave is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Conclave you get the "Aspect of the Changeling's Debt" for the Druid class, which boosts your Werebear Skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "A Voice From the Past" quest to find a Vizjerei Vessel for Izel. 0
Diablo IV - Grinning Labyrinth Dungeon Grinning Labyrinth is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Grinning Labyrinth you get the "Aspect of the Calm Breeze" for the Druid class, which boosts your Wind Shear skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Hubris Smiles Back" quest to find Baneful Oblations for Ogai. 0
Diablo IV - Ancient's Lament Dungeon Description...aAncient's Lament is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Ancient's Lament you get the "Aspect of Volatile Shadows" for the Rogue class, which boosts your Dark Shroud Shadows. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Worthy of Arreat" quest to find an Ancient Crane Sword for Gerti. 0
Diablo IV - Eriman's Pyre Stronghold Eriman's Pyre Stronghold in Diablo 4 can be found in the desert region of Kehjistan during Act 4. Here, you'll get to play investigator, trying to determine what happened to the previous inhabitants. The Stronghold is filled with enemies, however, making this task more difficult. Eriman's Pyre, is a Stronghold infested with demons and spirits drawn to a demon that has taken host inside a flaming pyre. A man named Eriman bound a demon within himself to keep it farm harming Hawezar, but after the Crusaders came, his people grew scared and burnt him in a pyre, releasing the demon within which resulted in torching the area, and damning the souls of the village. The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Eriman's Pyre the boss fight is against Duz'Agur, Eriman's Bane). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. However this is not the case for Eriman's Pyre. 0
Diablo IV - Wasting Hollow Dungeon Wasting Hollow is a dungeon the player has to visit for the "Fury Against Fate" quest. The player explores this dungeon together with Ealda, the chieftain of the Crane Tribe in order to make their stand against the cannibuls lurking everywhere in the Dry Steppes region. In the end they fight against Korvak the Carver. 0
Diablo IV - A Series of Steps Sidequest This sidequest comes after a line of other quests. Together with Taissa the player tries to resolve issues Taissa has. She still hears Andariels voice and is afraid of losing herself. Therefore they perform a ritual and help Taissa to accept her past. In the end both of them have to defeat the Whisper of Andariel to rid Taissa of her. 0
Diablo IV - Faceless Shrine Dungeon Faceless Shrine is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Faceless Shrine you get the "Unyielding Commander's Aspect" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your Army of the Dead skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Faceless Shrine" sidequest from the Tree of Whispers. Unfortunately I didn't manage to finish the dungeon in time for this quest. 0
Diablo IV - Avarice the Gold Cursed Worldboss Avarice is one of the world bosses / world events in Diavlo IV. World events happen at more or less fixed intervalls. You get achievements and pretty good loot for beating such an event or boss. As you can see the fight was pretty tough and some players died and respawned multiple times. But the fight was still an interesting one because the Avarice attacks differently after losing more and more health. 0
Diablo IV - Wandering Death Worldboss The Wandering Death is one of the world bosses / world events in Diavlo IV. World events happen at more or less fixed intervalls. You get achievements and pretty good loot for beating such an event or boss. As you can see the fight was pretty tough and many players dies and respawned multiple times. But the fight was still an interesting one because the Wandering Death attacks differently after losing more and more health. 0
Diablo IV - Light's Refuge Dungeon Light's Refuge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Light's Refuge you get the "Aspect of Bul-Kathos" for the barbarian class, which boosts your Leap skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Desperate Remedies" quest to find Aladara's Amulet. 0
Diablo IV - Halls of Dark Portent (By Three They Come Sidequest) The player learns more about Elias in the "By Three They Come" sidequest in Diablo IV. Near the end of the storyline the player has to enter the Halls of Dark Portent dungeon, defeat a "Blood Echo" and finally learn more about Elias from Symons tattered journal. 1
Diablo IV - Champion's Demise Dungeon Champion's Demise is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Champion's Demise you get the "Aspect of the Umbral" for all classes, which boosts your Crowd Control skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Raising Spears" quest together with Ealda. 0
Diablo IV - Altar of Ruin Stronghold The Diablo 4 Altar of Ruin Stronghold can be found in the Kehjistan region, which you will visit during the games fourth act. It is located in the northern sector near the border with the Dry Steppes. As with most Strongholds, there is a minimum recommended level. This one has level 45 mobs by default. Past that point, however, your enemies will be two levels higher than you. The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Altar of Ruin the boss fight is against Dark Cardinal Maldul). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. However this is not the case for Altar of Ruin. 0
Diablo IV - Tomb of the Saints Dungeon The Tomb of the Saints is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or a final event. You also have to visit this dungeon for the "Symbol of Faith" sidequest. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Tomb of the Saints you get the "Incendiary Aspect" for the Sorerer class. With this aspect you can restore mana by burning enemies. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Ruins of Qara-Yisu Stronghold Ruins of Qara-Yisu is one of 3 Strongholds located in the Dry Steppes zone. Ruins of Qara-Yisu has a recommended level of 40+ to open the Stronghold, but a well-geared character near that level or a strong group can certainly attempt to tackle this challenge early. The inhabitants of the Ruins of Qara-Yisu were led by Elder Davan while under constant threat by cannibals. In response to their attacks, the Elder ventured into the mines to free an Ancient Spirit, which betrayed them, and encased the remaining villagers in salt. The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in the Ruins of Qara-Yisu the boss fight is against Utulku). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV - Alcarnus Stronghold Alcarnus is located in the Kehjistan region. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Alcarnus the boss fight is against Rashta Reborn). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. This stronghold is a bit different from others, because it does not become a new quest hub with NPCs. 0
Diablo IV - Onyx Watchtower Stronghold The Onyx Watchtower is located in the Dry Steppes zone. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in the Onyx Watchtower the boss fight is against Captain Ezmin). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV 4 Fallen Temple Capstone Dungeon In Diablo IV only the first two difficulties (world tier levels) are available right from the beginning. A higher world tier promises more experience and better loot. To reach higher world tiers you have to complete a so-called "Capstone Dungeon". The capstone dungeon for world tier 4 is the "Fallen Tempel" located in the Kiln of the Primes. This dungeon becomes available after finishing the previous capstone dungeon. The capstone dungeons are a bit different than normal dungeons, because enemies in the capstone dungeons have a fixed level that doesn't scale with the players level. If you can finish a capstone dungeon you should be strong enough for the next world tier level. In my case I had a friend help me out. 🙂 I definately wouldn't have made it alone with my level at that time. 0
Diablo IV - Maugan's Works Dungeon Maugan's Works is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss or an event. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Maugan's Works you get the "Earthstriker's Aspect" for the Barbarian class, which boosts your Overpower damage after swapping weapons 10 times. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. Furthermore you need to visit this dungeon for the "Remnants of Faith" quest together with Tomyris. 0
Diablo IV - Cathedral of Light Capstone Dungeon In Diablo IV only the first two difficulties (world tier levels) are available right from the beginning. A higher world tier promises more experience and better loot. To reach higher world tiers you have to complete a so-called "Capstone Dungeon". The capstone dungeon for world tier 3 (Nightmare) is the "Cathedral of Light" located in Kyovashad. This dungeon becomes available after finishing the main story and should be completed as fast as possible to get more experience and better loot. The capstone dungeons are a bit different than normal dungeons, because enemies in the capstone dungeons have a fixed level that doesn't scale with the players level. If you can finish a capstone dungeon you should be strong enough for the next world tier level. 0
Diablo IV - Burning Hells The Burning Hells are the final place the player visits for the main story campeign in Diablo IV. Here the player meets Reverend Mother Prava again. But she has been deeply wounded and her army has been shattered. Even the angel Inarious, who accomponied them, has been killed by Lilith. The player ventures forth together with Neyrelle, Donan and Lorath in order to stop Lilith. But before they finally reach Lilith they encounter multiple other strong demons, like Ninsa, Ashava and Astaroth. The player uses the sightless eye to find Lilith, but instead is imprisoned within their own mind by her. However Mephisto frees the player from this prison. Instead of using the soul stone to capture Lilith, they decide to capture Mephisto instead and to defeat Lilith in combat. 0
Diablo IV - Defiled Halls Dungeon (Lost Legacy Quest) The Defiled Halls below the Ruins of Rakhat Keep are a dungeon the player has to visit for the "Lost Legacy" quest. Ksenia asks the player to accompany her to the Defiled Halls in order to cleanse this please of corruption. 0
Diablo IV - Foul Undercrypts Dungeon The Foul Undercrypts below the Ruins of Rakhat Keep are the place of the players final battle against Elias as well as the place to finally finish a soulstone. The player needs to visit them for the "On the Precipice" main quest, which later turns into "Knee-Deep in Filth". But Elias is there to stop the ritual. However after the player discovered how to break his immortality, they can finally defeat Elias and Taissa can claim his head for the Tree of Whispers. 0
Diablo IV - Beneath the Wine-Dark Sea Main Quest Ever wanted to try getting into a coffin and then sink into the cold and dark sea? Well, look no further. :) The Tree of Whispers in Diablo IV urges you to do exactly that in order to find Elias' secret for immortality. For the "Picking Through the Bones" main quest you need to enter a coffin in the "Creaking Hulls" region and then sink into the sea. Immediately afterwards the next quest - Beneath the Wine-Dark Sea - starts. You have to explore the temple and in the end you find the secret to Elias' immortality. 0
Diablo IV - Shadowed Plunge Dungeon The Shadowed Plunge is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. You also have to visit this dungeon for the "Left Behind" quest. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Shadowed Plunge you get the "Aspect of Branching Volleys" for the Rogue class. With this aspect you can boost your Barrage skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
DIablo IV - Vyeresz Stronghold Vyeresz is located in the Hawezar zone. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Vyeresz the boss fight is against Dianthus). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV - Hungering Swamp Dungeon (The Cage of Grief Main Quest) This video shows a visit to the "Hungering Swamp" dungeon for the "The Cage of Grief" main quest in Blizzarrds game Diablo IV. The player has to collect various ingredients for a potion that helps Donan to come to his senses. Mephiste intervenes and tries to convince the player to join his side. The player refuses and Donan finally crafts a soulstone for the capture of Lilith. 0
Diablo IV Retail - World boss - Ashava the Pestilent Ashava the Pestilent is one of the world bosses / world events in Diavlo IV. World events happen at more or less random intervalls. You get achievements and pretty good loot for beating such an event or boss. As you can see the fight was pretty tough and many players dies and respawned multiple times. But the fight was still an interesting one because Ashava attacks differently after losing more and more health. 0
Diablo IV - Slithering Dark Dungeon (Cold Blood Main Quest) In this video I demonstrate a visit to the "Slitherding Dark" dungeon in Diablo IV. The player has to visit this dungeon for the "Cold Blood" main quest. The end boss of this dungeon is the snake queen Mohlon in order to get a mystic incense from her. 0
Diablo IV - Andariel (Anguish Incarnate Main Quest) Andariel, Maiden of Anguish, is one of the lesser evils in the Diablo lore. She is summoned by Elias and the player has to defeat her in the "Anguish Incarnate" main quest in order to stop her rampage. 0
Diablo IV - Horadric Vault Dungeon (Lost Arts Main Quest) In this video I'm showing you the Lost Arts Main Quest. For this the player has to visit the Horadriv Vault, speak with Donan and Neyrelle and then explore the Vault in order to find out more about soulstones. 0
Diablo IV - Exalted Terrace Dungeon (Piercing the Veil main quest) This video shows the "Exalted Terrace" dungeon for the "Piercing the Veil" main quest in Diablo IV. Together with the Horadrim Lorath the player discovers the secret of this place in order so stop Elias. They encounter multiple summonings of demons and then finally confront the fallen Horadrim Elias. They have to defeat him multiple times in different places, only to learn that he seems to be immortal and cannot be defeated for good - at least at that moment... At least the two of them managed to get a hold of the "Sightless Eye", a relic that allows someone to see far-away places. With that they have a look at what Elias and Lilith are doing. Meanwhile our trusty scout Meshif unfortunately has been wounded. When Lorath and the player find him, he takes a lost sip from his bottle and dies. 0
Diablo IV - Temple of the Primes Dungeon (Decent into Flame Main Quest) This video shows a visit to the "Temple of Primes" dungeon for the "Decent into Flame" main quest. The player visits this place together with the Horadrim Lorath in order to stop Elias from turnging Taissa into the lesser evil Andariel. After freeing her the player has to fight against the Tyrant King Brol. 0
Diablo IV - Offal Pits Dungeon (Whispers from the Past Main Quest) The Offal Pits are a dungeon the player visits for the "Whispers from the Past" Main Quest. You visit them together with the Horadrim Lorath. The goal is to enter the palace and find Elias. Unfortunately Elias is already gone, but at least the player and Lorath receive new information after defeating the boss "Mother's Judgment". 0
Diablo IV - Dark Ravine Dungeon Dark Ravine is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Dark Ravine you get the "Aspect of Might" for the all classes, which boosts your basic skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Guulrahn Guulrahn is one of the cities in Diablo IV. However it is overrun by enemies and under the control of Lilith and her forces. Therefore it is not a quest hub. The player needs to enter the city for Zolaya and Lorath and find the Market Square and the prison in order to free Oyuun for the "The City of Blood and Dust" (and later "Small Blessings") main story quest. 0
Diablo IV - Orbei Monastry Halls Dungeon The Orbei Monastry Halls are used for the "Suffering Disquiet" main quest in Diablo IV. You have to enter them and search for the Abbot there. The player encounters many dead monks in there. When you finally find the Abbot, he is taken by grieve because he couldn't stop Elias and transforms into the Eidolon of Orbei, which the player has to defeat. 0
Diablo IV - Wretched Delve Dungeon Wretched Delve is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Wretched Delve you get the "Aspect of Static Cling" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Charged Bolt skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Lair of the Despoiler Dungeon The "Lair of the Despoiler" dungeon is located in Tur Dulra and can be visited after clearing the Tur Dulra stronghold. You have to visit the dungeon the quest "The Old Ways". For this quest you need to do perform various tasks in the dungeon in order to get some transcriptions from Scholor Yuein. 0
Diablo IV - Tur Dulra Underroot Dungeon After clearing the Tur Dulra Stronghold the Underroot dungeon below the stronghold can be entered. The Underroot is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. You also have to visit this dungeon for the "Daughter of the Oak" quest. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Underroot you get the "Aspect of the Expectant", that can be used by all classes. With this aspect you can boost your core skills damage by using basic skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Tur Dulra Stronghold Tur Dulra is located in the Scosglen zone. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Tur Dulra the boss fight is against Baelgemoth, Infernal Tormentor). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV -Astaroth Astaroth is one of the main bosses you encounter while playing the story of the game. You have to fight him during the "As the World Burns" quest. He is revived by Lilith and threatens the world again. Lilith places the soulstone with Astaroth into Yorins forehead who then becomes Astaroth. Unfortunanetly he does not survie this. 0
Diablo IV - The Gathering Legions World Event The Gathering Legions is a world event where multiple players have to cooperate in order to succeed. The finish with mastery you need the kill three Servants of Hell within the time frame. These spawn after multiple groups of normal enemies have been defeated. Finally a boss (the Overlord) spawns which you also have to beat within a limited time frame. I was in the event in the Dilapidated Aqueducts zone in the Kehjistan region. 1
Diablo IV - Exhuming the Forgotten Main Quest During the "Exhuming the Forgotten" main quest line you enter the Weeping Cairns together with Yorin, travel through the Ancestor Heights and meet Arlo and Maisie along the way. In the end you have to battle the druid Airidah, Keeper of the Dead, who has been corrupted by Lilith. 1
Diablo IV - Sarat's Lair Dungeon Sarat's Lair is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Sarat's Lair you get the "Snowveiled Aspect" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Ice Armor skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Domhainne Tunnels Dungeon The Domhainne Tunnels is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Domhainne Tunnels you get the "Aspect of Efficiency" for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your basic skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 1
Diablo IV - Crossing Over Main Quest Line This video shows the Crossing Over Main Quest Line where you help Neyrelle again. Together with her the player travels to the Black Lake again, the place where you fought her mother, Vhenard, before. However this time Neyrelle revives her mother from the dead (though only for a short while) and get new information from her. Afterwards you travel deeper into the catacobs and follow Lilith. You only meet a remnant of her (Lilith's Lament), though and have to fight it together with your friend Vigo. Afterwards you see another vision where Liliths laments the death of her son Rathma. She then takes the key to hell from him and speaks about her plans for the future. 0
Diablo IV - Sanguine Chapel Dungeon The Sanguine Chapel is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Sanguine Chapel you get the "Energizing Aspect" for the Rogue class, which boosts your basic skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Sunken Ruins Dungeon Description...aThe Sunken Ruins is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In the Sunken Ruins you get the "Aspect of Ancestral Force" for the Barbarian class, which boosts your "Hammer of the Ancients" skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Hope's Light Stronghold You can find the Hope's Light Stronghold in the northwestern part of the Scosglen region. It's a lighthouse situated near the coastline, and you have to cross through a bunch of shipwrecks to reach it. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Hope's Light the boss fight is against Tidewitch Ne'gana). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV - Hallowed Glacier Dungeon The Hallowed Glacier is a story dungeon for the "Call of the Ancients" sidequest. The Bear Tribe asks you to clear the area from enemies in order for them to have a better life. Chieftain Glous is travelling together with you and in the end you have to fight "Cyhrach the first born, deathless ancient". The fight was a tough one for me and I had to try it multiple times. 0
Diablo IV - Shroud of the Horadrim Main Quest During the Shroud of the Horadrim main quest line you learn more about Lilith and Neyrelle. You'll also visit Tristram - or at least a vision of it. In the end you have to battle the frightening Tchort, Herald of Lilith. 0
Diablo IV - Hoarfrost Demise Dungeon Hoarfrost Demise is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Hoarfrost Demise you get the "Blood-bathed Aspect" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your Blood Surge skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Nostrava Deepwood Dungeon Nostrava Deepwood is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes. In Nostrava Deepwood you get the "Flesh-Rending Aspect" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your Decompose skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Anica's Claim Dungeon Anica's Claim is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In Anica's Claim you get the "Stormclaw's Aspect" for the Druid class, which boosts your Shred skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Nostrava Stronghold The Nostrava Stronghold is located in the western part of the Fractured Peaks, between The Pallid Glade and Desolate Highlands, and to the west of Kyovashad. Strongholds need to be captured (meaning: Kill all enemies). The fight usually ends with a battle against a boss (in Nostrava the boss fight is against three bosses - Negala, Torvala, and Korzira). And there usually is a Lilith statue as well. After conquering a stronghold some NPCs and merchants settle in and usually there's also a dungeon you can enter afterwards. 0
Diablo IV - Maulwood Dungeon + Butcher Maulwood is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In Maulwood you get the "Slaking Aspect" for the Barbarian class, which boosts your Rend skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. And right after finishing this dungeon the Butcher spawned and damn - he butchered me hard. The Butcher is an old enemy present in every Diablo game. In Diablo 4 he spawns randomly - so unlike me... Be prepared... :) -2
Diablo IV - Forsaken Quarry The Forsaken Quarry is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Forsaken Quarry you get the "Aspect of Encircling Blades" for the Rogue class, which boosts your Flurry skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV Server Slam - World boss - Ashava the Pestilent Ashava the Pestilent is the only available world boss during the Diablo IV beta events and the server slam. And most likely also the first world boss players can encounter in the final game. The world boss only spawned at specific times. I assume this will also be the case in the final game. As you can see the fight was pretty tough and many players dies and respawned multiple times. But the fight was still an interesting one because Ashava attcks differently after losing more and more health. There was one special condition during the Diablo IV server slam: The max level was 20 whereas Ashava is designed for level 25 characters, which made this fight even more challenging. 0
Diablo IV - Light's Watch Dungeon The Light's Watch is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Light's Watch you get the "Aspect of Conflagration " for the Sorcerer class, which boosts your Incinerate skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Black Asylum Dungeon The Black Asylum is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Black Asylum you get the "Aspect of Torment" for the Necromancer class, which boosts your essence regeneration after striking a critical hit with Bone skills. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Faith in Blood Quest Faith in Blood is one of the sidequests in Diablo IV and shows how much work Blizzard put into some of the quests. Faith in Blood is the end of a longer storyline where you help Sister Octiavia to exorcise demons. In the end the good sister herself is possessed by a demon and it is the players duty to get the necessary tools to help her. After that the player has to perform an exorcising ritual and finally defeat the demon who is possessing Octavia. 0
Diablo IV - Hallowed Ossuary Dungeon The Hallowed Ossuary is one of the dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Hallowed Ossuary you get the "Aspect of Unrelenting Fury" for the Barbarian class, which changes the "Rend"-skill and gives you more fury. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 0
Diablo IV - Necromancer Character Creation This video shows the creation of a female necromancer in Blizzards upcoming game Diablo IV. 0
Diablo IV - Druid character creation and First Steps / Gameplay This video shows the creation of a female Druid in Blizzards upcoming game Diablo IV. Afterwards I play a bit of the story including the first dungeon you visit in Diablo IV - the Icehowl Ruins. 0
Diablo IV - Defiled Catacomb Dungeon The Defiled Catacombs are one of the earliest dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Defiled Catacombs you get the "Aspect of Tempering Blows" for the Barbarian class, which gives you a fortify buff. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 1
Diablo IV - Tormented Ruins dungeon The Tormented Ruins are one of the earliest dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Tormented Ruins you get the "Aspect of the Unsatiated" for the Druid class, which gives bonusses to the Werewolf skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 1
Diablo IV - Lost Archives Dungeon The Lost Archives are one of the earliest dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto equipment. However the aspects are sometimes for a specific class and sometimes usuable by all classes.. In the Lost Archives you get the "Aspect of the Protector", which can be used by all classes and gives you a barrier when fighting against Elite enemies. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 1
Diablo 4 - More Gameplay This video shows a bit more (around one hour) of the gameplay in Diablo 4, including a visit to the dungeon/instance "Forbidden City". 0
Diablo IV - World Boss - Ashava the Pestilent Ashava the Pestilent is the only available world boss during the Diablo IV beta events. And most likely also the first world boss players can encounter in the final game. The world boss only spawned at specific times. I assume this will also be the case in the final game. As you can see the fight was pretty tough and many players dies and respawned multiple times. But the fight was still an interesting one because Ashava attcks differently after losing more and more health. 0
Diablo IV - Forbidden City dungeon Forbidden City is one of the first dungeons/instances you can visit in Diablo IV. Once you enter a dungeon you're either alone or together with your other party members. So these are not part of the open world. In the dungeons I've seen so far you'll usually have to activate a couple of things to make the boss spawn or to open the doors leading to the boss. The interesting bit about the dungeons is that you of course get loot, but you'll also gain access to new 'Aspects'. Aspects can be imprinted onto eqipment. However the aspects are for a specific class. In Forbidden City you get the "Nighthowler's Aspect" for the Druid class, which changes the Druids Blood Howl skill. If you want to get aspects for your class you can check the available dungeons on the world map. There it tells you the class you'll get an aspect for after finishing the dungeon. 1
Diablo IV - 1,5h Gameplay I recorded a lot of gameplay from the last Diablo IV Beta weekend and decided to put some of the parts together into one video. This shows roughly 1,5h of gameplay directly from the beginning of the game. Unfortunatelly I did have some sound & video problems while recording, so they have been recorded as well. This gameplay material is from the Friday, 17th of March 2023. I encountered many problems including lag and runnerbanding on Friday. Most of the problems were gone on Saturday so I assume that Blizzard fixed these over the night to Saturday. 0