In this guide, you’ll learn how to get new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings. If you are a strong fan of Diablo, we think you need these malignant rings to be stronger against to enemies.
In the latest update to Diablo 4, players can now obtain special unique rings called Malignant Rings, which provide the heart-based powers from last season. These rings allow players to use the popular Malignant Heart abilities from the first season in the seasonal or eternal world. However, nothing comes out of thin air in Sanctuary. You have to put some effort into it. So what are these rings, and what are their features? Let’s take a closer look.
5 new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings and their abilities
Diablo 4 has five Malignant Rings, one for each class, which provide one of the Malignant Heart powers from the first season. Each ring has a unique ability to be used in both the seasonal and eternal realms. Here are details about the rings and their abilities:
- Ring of Red Furor (Barbarian): When you burn through 100 Fury in just three seconds, the following time you unleash Hammer of the Ancients, Upheaval, or Death Blow, get ready for some serious impact. It’s a surefire Critical Strike, hitting with an extra 10-30% bonus Critical Strike Damage.
- Tal Rasha’s Iridescent Loop (Sorcerer): Every time you dish out Elemental damage, brace yourself for a power boost. For each type of Elemental damage you unleash, you get a solid 10-15% bump in damage for the next four seconds. Keep the hits coming because dealing more Elemental damage refreshes all those sweet bonuses.
- Airidah’s Inexorable Will (Druid): Unleash your Ultimate Skill, and then, just five seconds later, reel in those distant foes and hit them with a solid 0.5-1.0 Physical damage. The kicker? The more Willpower you’ve got, the harder the punch. You’re not just casting; you’re pulling in enemies for a double whammy, and the strength of that hit depends on your Willpower points.
- Writhing Band of Trickery (Rogue): Drop a Subterfuge Skill, and you’re not just making a move but leaving a little surprise behind. Picture this: a Decoy Trap that taunts and entices enemies, keeping them off your back. But here’s the kicker—it’s not just a distraction. After three seconds, that trap blows up, smacking enemies with a solid 2.0-3.0 Shadow damage. And guess what? You can pull off this trick every 12 seconds.
- Ring of the Sacrilegious Soul (Necromancer): No need to break a sweat—your equipped Skills kick into action all on their own when corpses are nearby. Imagine it: Skeletons rising every 1-2 seconds, Corpse Explosions going off like clockwork, and Corpse Tendrils making their move every 8-16 seconds. It’s like your skills have a mind, turning the battlefield into your undead playground without you lifting a finger.
How to get new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings?
You’ll have to put in some effort to get one of the new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings. Here’s what you need to do to get one of these powerful rings:
- Summon Varshan: To get Malignant Rings, summon the boss added to the game in the Malignant season: Varshan. This corrupt priest can be found in the Malignant Burrow, a dungeon near the Whispering Tree in both the nightmare and torment worlds.
- Collect Varshan’s body parts: To summon Varshan in the Malignant Burrow, you need to collect four Malignant body parts. You can obtain these body parts by completing quests from the Whisper Tree. Or, you can obtain them from the bosses you kill in the Blood Harvest area.
- You can produce body parts: If you have too many of one body part, visit the Alchemist to get the others you need.
- Defeat Varshan: Once you have four body parts, head to the Malignant Burrow and kill Varshan. Killing him will allow you to obtain one of the new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings.
It should be noted, however, that these items will drop by chance. So keep your eyes peeled!
As a result, the new Diablo 4 Malignant Rings are special unique items that allow players to use heart-based powers from the first season in the Seasonal or Eternal Realm. These powerful items can be a bit difficult to obtain. However, we think it will be worth it.
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