Diablo 4 Bladedancer's Aspect Unlock

if you want to know how to unlock the Bladedancer’s Aspect in Diablo 4, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll explain how to get this Legendary Aspect for your Rogue. It can be a really useful ability to have, especially if you’re being surrounded. There’s no worse situation for a Rogue, after all. So, let’s find out where this Aspect is hiding.

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Diablo 4 Bladedancer’s Aspect Unlock

How to Unlock Bladedancer’s Aspect in Diablo 4

To unlock the Diablo 4 Bladedancer’s Aspect, which is a legendary aspect for the Rogue class, you need to complete the Jalal’s Vigil dungeon. That’s in the northeast corner of The Shrouded Moors, in Scosglen. However, you won’t have access to it until you complete the Stemming the Flow quest in Act II. If you go there before finishing that particular mission, you’ll be denied entry. Or, rather, the entrance won’t even really be there. In case you need more details on how to get into this dungeon, check out our Unlock Jalal’s Vigil Diablo 4 guide. The dungeon itself is relatively straightforward, and the Aspect is not hidden away somewhere. You just have to beat the final boss to obtain it.

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Jalal’s Vigil location

So, yeah, that’s how you unlock the Bladedancer’s Legendary Rogue Aspect in Diablo 4. I mean, even if you’re not playing that class, you can still give Jalal’s Vigil a visit. If you are a Rogue, though, I highly encourage it. What does the Bladedancer’s Aspect even do, I hear you ask? Well, when you use the Twisting Blades skill, they explode when returning to your character, hurting monsters within the blast radius. The damage is calculated based on the distance the blades traveled to you. Or, as the description puts it: “Twisting Blades orbit for a short time after they return to you, dealing 15% of Twisting Blades’ return damage per hit. Based on the distance the blades returned, the orbit damage increases up to 20% of the return damage.”

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