Diablo 4 Traveler's Prayer, Give Thanks at the Shrine
There is an early game quest in the Diablo 4 Beta that is proving to be very troublesome for a lot of players. The side quest in question is called the Traveler’s Prayer. You get this quest by reading a discarded letter in the Hog’s Head. The letter instructs you to offer thanks at a roadside shrine. And while the shrine is easy enough to find, this still leaves the question of how this process of giving thanks works. To help you complete this short quest as soon as you can, we are going to show you how to give thanks at the shrine so that you can finish the Traveler’s Prayer in Diablo 4.
How to Give Thanks at the Shrine in Diablo 4
This is a Level 7+ side quest, and you can get it from the Hog’s Head. When you enter, you will see that there is a letter on a bench. Pick it up and this will start the Traveler’s Prayer side quest. The letter reads: “From Yelesna, I set out on my pilgrimage. I offered thanks at a roadside shrine and received a blessing for my journey…” The shrine itself is easy to find, as it has now been marked on your map. The shrine is a short distance away, so head to its location.
Once you arrive there, you will no doubt wonder what it is that you need to do. Well, the answer is very simple – you need to use the Thanks Emoticon. To do this, open up your Action Wheel. The default keybinding for this is E on the PC. From there, scroll until you have found the Thanks Emoticon and use it. Doing this will cause a chest of Pilgrim’s Supplies to appear. Loot it to finish the quest.