Discovering all the Altars of Lilith in Diablo 4 is a tedious task and, for better of worse, it's something that basically all players need to take the time to finish in Diablo 4. However, even the most dedicated completionists will have a hard time doing it, which is why what we're about to show you will come in handy.
To help those who've been having a hard time getting to all the Altars of Lilith in Diablo, Reddit user gogodr has shared a detailed map containing the location of every altar. There are 160 altars in total and players have reportedly used this map to complete the journey in around two hours.
If you follow the map, the long journey starts in Nostrava, one of the central cities in Sanctuary and it will end in Kotama Grasslands in Dry Steppes, located on the upper left side of the map.
The user meticulously charted the course and even highlighted the paths where the player needs to veer away from the main route to get to remote altars. The routes in pink mean that players need to return to the main blue path after getting an altar.
Why are the Altars of Lilith important?
Each Altar rewards players with a permanent stat buff to all the characters on the account in that area, which means that all subsequent characters will be a lot stronger from level one onwards.
This is crucial, seeing as Blizzard is basically asking players to start new characters every time a new season is released in Diablo 4.
The maximum permanent stat bonuses that you can acquire, if you find all 160 Altars of Lilith, are as follows:
- Strength: +68
- Intelligence: +68
- Willpower: +68
- Dexterity: +68
- Maximum Obol Capacity: +100
- Paragon Points: +4
On top of the bonus stats, which accumulate as you discover more and more altars, players are rewarded 10 Renown points for each altar found, for a total of 1,600 points. Players also receive small amount of XP for each alter discovered, which helps with leveling up.
Getting all the altars counts towards the completion of the Region Progress Rewards. Completing all the Renown challenges will reward players with an additional +20 paragon points.
Players can also complete the Altar of Lilith Seeker challenge by finding all the altars in a single region, which unlocks the Wily and Seeker Diablo 4 Player Titles. Grabbing all 160 altars will complete the Altar of Lilith Collector challenge, giving you the Treasure and Hoarder titles.
Getting the bonus stat points is reason enough to find all the altars. However, the +20 Paragon points from completing all the Region Progress Rewards will go a long way in boosting the power of any character. Blizzard also recently confirmed that the Altars of Lilith and the Region Progress Rewards will not be reset in the upcoming season as initially planned.
One thing we absolutely must mention though: try to take the journey of finding all the altars only after getting your mount! It will take much longer to hit all 160 altars on foot. We took the journey only after unlocking our mount, which is possible only after completing Act III of the story.
When you start on Act IV, you'll be back in Kyovashad on the Master’s Touch quest. Simply do that and then the "Mount: Donan’s Favor" quest will become available. Just speak to the Stable Master in Kyovashad to get it.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do Altars of Lilith work?
Altars of Lilith are statues scattered across the world in Diablo 4. They are hidden in various locations and may require that you defeating enemies to access them. Upon interacting with an Altar, you'll receive a permanent boost to one of your core stats (Dexterity, Intelligence, Strength, or Willpower), an increase in your Murmuring Obol capacity, or a Paragon Point. Each Altar also gives you +10 Renown, aiding in region leveling.
How many Altars of Lilith are there?
There are 160 Altars of Lilith in Diablo 4, spread over the five regions: Fractured Peaks, Scosglen, Dry Steppes, Kehjistan, and Hawezar. The number of Altars varies in each region, ranging from 28 to 34.
Which Altars of Lilith give Paragon Points?
Out of all the Altars of Lilith, only four grant Paragon Points. These Altars are all situated in the Dry Steppes region of Diablo 4.
Which Altars of Lilith give Skill Points?
None of the Altars of Lilith provide Skill Points in Diablo 4. Skill Points can only be earned by leveling up your character or completing specific quests.
Are Altars of Lilith shared between my characters?
Yes, the Altars of Lilith are shared between all your characters. The benefits they provide are account-wide, so they apply to all your characters, irrespective of their class or level. So, you only need to discover an Altar once to reap its benefits on all your characters.
Are Altars of Lilith worth it in Diablo 4?
Yes, it is definitely worth going to the trouble of unlocking all the Altars of Lilith in Diablo 4. They offer significant enhancements to your character’s abilities and performance, as well as Renown for leveling up your regions.