In our guide to the paragon system by Diablo Immortal you can find out:
- How do I unlock the Paragon system?
- How do I increase my paragon level?
- What effects does the paragon system have on my character?
- all paragon talent trees and their focus
- What the Paragon system is and how you unlock it
- Which talent trees it affects
- How your paragon level rises
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How do I unlock the Paragon system?
As soon as you have played through the Diablo Immortal campaign, you only have to reach Level 60 to get into the final game. As soon as this happens, the interface changes: Your experience point beam turns from yellow to a rich green and shows that you are no longer leveling class levels, but paragon levels.
How do I increase my paragon level?
Collecting paragon levels works as well as leveling your class: All experience points that you earn through activities , now increase your paragon level instead of your class level. You get a talent point per stage.
How efficiently you collect the experience points can change depending on the server. Blizzard has installed a scaling system **: The system compares the average paragon level of all players on your server. If your own level is over this level, you get fewer experience points-your progress will be reduced. If, on the other hand, if your level is below, your experience gained increases.
For example, you have the opportunity to catch up with your friends again if you couldn't play a few days. However, you will also slow down if you want to put more hours in Diablo Immortal.
Tip for fast levels : Many players are now looking for groups to quickly generate experience points by grinding monsters. Use the massacre bonus that you get in a row when you kill many monsters. This gives more experience points the longer the massacre lasts.
What effects does the paragon system have on my character?
The points that you get per step climb will be distributed to six different talent trees . You switch them off with increasing paragon level:
- Level 1: conqueror and survival artist
- Level 50: treasure hunters
- Level 100: Gladiator
- Level 150: soldier and masterful
all paragon talent trees and their focus
conquered *: increased offensive, more damage and increased attacks survival artist : increased defensive attributes, more life points and increased defense treasure hunter : More gold and experience points, increased chance of magical objects Gladiator *: Focus on PvP Soldier : All-round talent tree for PVE and PvP as well as solo and group game masterfully : strongly designed for groups-offers buffs and increased attributes
The talent trees give you different bonuses. On the one hand, you get passive and permanent attributes over the talents with a round frame. These also remain active if you use another tree.
On the other hand, you get specialization skills -you can recognize them by the angular frame. The bonuses of these skills are only active if you use the right tree.
Caution: Only can a talent tree be active at the same time . If possible, choose the talent tree with the specialization skills that best fit your build.
More guides on Diablo Immortal on level:
- Diablo Immortal: Change level of difficulty
- Diablo Immortal: Shadow & Immortal-everything about the political groups
- Diablo Immortal: Tips & tricks for action role-playing
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