Diablo 4 Blind Burrows Location

If you want to know where the Diablo 4 Blind Burrows location is, don’t worry, we’ll show you exactly where to find the dungeon in this guide. There are a number of reasons you might want to go there, not least of which is that it’s the XP farming spot du jour. Be sure to make use of it while it lasts. But there are also other things that make Blind Burrows dungeon interesting. We’ll talk about those, too. Let’s begin!

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diablo 4 blind burrows location
Diablo 4 Blind Burrows Location

Where to Find Blind Burrows Dungeon in Diablo 4

To find the location of the Blind Burrows dungeon in Diablo 4, you will need to search the Fethis Wetlands area in Hawezar. It’s in the south of that zone, but not all the way south, kinda in the middle of nowhere. So, take a look at the map screenshots below to see where you need to go. Don’t forget, it’s ripe for XP farming at time of writing. It’s worth mentioning that the side quest called A Price to Pay takes you straight into the spider-infested depths of the Burrows. For more about said quest, take a look at our A Price to Pay, Book of Folk Remedies Location guide. The entrance to the Blind Burrows is the mouth of a cave, as shown in the image above.

And there you go, that’s where you find the location of the Diablo 4 Blind Burrows dungeon. Now, you might be wondering why this dungeon is so important. Well, apart from the fact that you need to go there for the Price to Pay quest as mentioned above, it’s also where you unlock the Aspect of the Tempest. You have to complete the dungeon to get the Legendary Druid Aspect. It increases the damage done by Hurricane by seven to fifteen percent for each second the ability is active. So, there’s that. Also, Blind Burrows is a pretty good Nightmare Dungeon to visit every so often. For more information on those, check out our Nightmare Dungeon Tier List guide.

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