Diablo 4 Closing the Book, Ledger Pages Locations

In our Diablo 4 Closing the Book, Ledger Pages Locations guide, we are going to show you where to find and collect all four ledger pages and complete the quest. The items themselves are not actually called Ledger Pages, but Smoldering Tomes. To compound the problem, the search area is real wide, and there are monsters everywhere. But don’t you worry, we’re here to help. Let’s get into it!

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Diablo 4 Closing the Book, Ledger Pages Locations

Closing the Book Diablo 4, Collect Ledger Pages Locations

There are four locations in which you need to collect ledger pages to complete the Diablo 4 Closing the Book quest. The first one is in that little nub in the southwestern part of the search area. Once you get there, you’ll find the Smoldering Tomes book next to a chest you can loot. Pick up the book. The second location is across the search area, to the east. Just take a look at the screenshots below, they will guide you true. Once again, pick the Smoldering Tomes up, and do be careful of the enemies; the whole zone is crawling with them. There’s no chest here that we could find, unfortunately. Time for the next two tomes.

The third of the four ledger pages locations you need to collect in the Diablo 4 Closing the Book quest is to the north of the previous one. See that area where the path forms a ring in the northeast part of the search zone? Notice that little nub of a path that leads to the center of the ring? That’s where you have to go to get another Smoldering Tomes book. The fourth and final ledger is in the north of the search area, just south of the dungeon entrance. Again, look at the screenshots to see where to go. Once you get all four Smoldering Tomes, head back to Wejinhani and talk to Elder Akos to finish the quest. Collect your rewards and be on your way.

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