Diablo Immortal is a sort of mix between traditional Diablo mechanics and new – or modified – features. Since the game has been designed chiefly for mobile devices, this is to be expected. However, the change in how some classic systems are called in DI has led to a lot of player confusion. To give an example, Elder Rifts in Diablo Immortal are essentially just renamed Nephalem Rifts from Diablo III. Skill Stones are another system that players are having a hard time understanding. To help you with this, this guide will explain what Skill Stones in Diablo Immortal are, how to get, and how to use them.
How to Get Skill Stones Diablo Immortal
To be able to get a Skill Stone, you will need to obtain a Charm first. Charms are obtainable as rewards from Bounties, or by purchasing them from the Hilt Trader in Westmarch for 100 Hilts apiece. After getting a Charm, you then need to increase its level. This can be done at the Charm Craftsman. Though, to upgrade a Charm, you will need Alchemical Powder. The only way to get Alchemical Powder is to salvage other Charms you don’t want or need.
After you have leveled up your Charm to max level, you can then go to the Charm Craftsman and use the Extract option there. This process costs 500 Platinum. Doing this will result in the creation of a Skill Stone.
How to Use Skill Stones in Diablo Immortal
Once you have a Skill Stone, you can then use the Imbue option at the Charm Craftsman. Doing this will allow you to choose another maxed-out Charm and select which skill bonus from it you want to replace with another skill bonus from the Skill Stone. However, note that this process is random. While you may end up getting exactly what you wanted, odds are good that you will just end up wasting all that time and grind.