Legendary gems in Diablo Immortal: how to find and upgrade

There are many different items in Diablo Immortal that will make your character stronger, but none of them is more important than legendary gems. You can have six of these items at the same time, one in each main equipment slot, and they provide significant stat boosts and unique effects that can determine your character’s development.

The problem is that not all legendary gems are the same. Some of them are rarer and more powerful than others, which can lead to some confusion about how to get the best gems. Here’s what you need to know about how to acquire these essential items and how to make them even more powerful in Blizzard’s mobile RPG.

How to find legendary gems

Legendary gems come in several varieties: 1-star, 2-star, and 5-star. As you can imagine, 5-Star Gems are vastly superior to 1- and 2-Star Legendary Gems, but they are also much rarer and harder to obtain.

How to get these gems? They can mostly be found by completing Elder Rifts in combination with Rare or Legendary Crests. These are consumable items that can be purchased or purchased through the Battle Pass or other in-game store bundles. Using a Rare Crest gives you a chance to drop a 1- or 2-Star Legendary Jewel when playing Rift of the Elders, and using a Legendary Crest will guarantee a Legendary Jewel drop, with a small chance of getting a 5-Star Legendary Jewel. The more crests you use in Elder’s Rift, the more gems you will receive as a reward at the end.

However, there are several other ways to get legendary gems. They can be bought (or sold) to other players in the Market Square using platinum, and can also be crafted using a combination of runes and platinum. You can craft 1- and 2-star Legendary Gems directly from the Jeweler, or you can craft a random Legendary Jewel to get a 5-Star Legendary Jewel. You can also use Dying Amber from the Dying Amber vendor to purchase 1- and 2-star Legendary Gems, with the vendor changing stock every week. Last but not least, some Legendary Gems can even be found in the game’s Battle Pass.

Since 5-Star Legendary Gems are rare and scarce in the game, you will first seek out and upgrade 2-Star Legendary Gems.

How to rank up legendary gems

To make the legendary gems even more powerful, you need to increase their rank. This increases the gem’s combat rating, resonance bonus, and its primary attributes. At rank 3, another effect for the legendary gem is unlocked, and at rank 5, the gem also grants a bonus to finding magic. Legendary gems can be upgraded to rank 10, after which they can be used to “awaken” a legendary item, which provides different additional effects depending on the legendary item being awakened.

The difficulty is that it is not so easy to increase the rank of the Legendary Gems. To increase the rank of a gem, you need to purchase duplicates of this gem, as well as a resource called “Gem Power”, which is earned by destroying unwanted Legendary Gems. The more powerful the gem and the higher the rank, the more duplicates and more gem power is required to increase the rank.

Best Legendary Gems

Finding and upgrading legendary gems is a key part of Diablo Immortal’s endgame, so this process will be a long one. It can be tempting to use and upgrade the first Legendary Jewel you find, but be aware that some are much more powerful than others, and some Jewels may be more useful for certain classes. Most 1-Star Legendary Gems are only useful in between until you find more 2-Star Gems, and if you happen to find a 5-Star Gem, you’ll want to upgrade it as quickly as possible and build your character around it. Here are some of the best Legendary Gems to look out for.

1 star

  • chained death
  • Trick Jewel
  • Eye of the Berserker
  • Eternal torment
  • Weakening Seled

2-star

  • Ardent Fang
  • lightning core
  • Blood Grip
  • thug smirk

5 star

  • Leaking bile
  • Blessing of the Worthy
  • call of the howler
  • Jade soaked in blood

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