To get Diablo Immortal Adventure Journals, players can get them by passing special checkpoints, thresholds and markers within the game, usually focused on the Codex or at key points (albeit slightly arbitrary ones). Even at the best of times Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal are incredibly rare, and even knowing where they come from, you’ll have to work hard to earn the next one. Still, once you do get them, they can be spent in Westmarch with a special trader vendor to get Elite Quests, unique missions with major rewards that make the whole exhausting enterprise worthwhile. Below we’ll go into further detail about how to get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal, and how they’re used to get Elite Quests.
Nonetheless, these are the only methods we know of. There isn’t even a way to buy Adventure Journals with micropayments in the shop, which will no doubt come as a surprise to anybody who’s played the game. It’s possible we’ll see new ways to collect them in future updates, or that there are systems to getting Adventure Journals that haven’t been widely discovered yet, but for now your best bet is to simply become the most powerful warrior possible and collect the Journals the game gives you along the way. Start by boosting your Diablo Immortal combat rating, or playing the Diablo Immortal Shadow Lottery to join one of the game’s factions.
Where to spend Adventure Journals for Elite Quests in Diablo Immortal
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Adventure Journals themselves can’t be used for anything in Diablo Immortal, but can be traded with a character called Taite the Adventure Seeker, found at the location marked on the map above in South Westmarch, just to be that little extra bit confusing.
When you talk to Taite, you can effectively trade in one Adventure Journal for the chance to start an Elite Quest. Elite Quests are long, multi-stage quests, a thread of challenges that’ll take you to different locations, fighting different enemies, but ultimately bring you to generally better rewards than whatever you would’ve gotten fighting in regular quests for the same amount of time. Considering the value of Adventure Journals, you’d definitely hope as much.