If you play Rogue in Diablo 4, you’ll definitely want to get the Bladedancer’s Aspect. This step-by-step guide on How to get Bladedancer’s Aspect in Diablo 4 is here to help.
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What is the Bladedancer’s Aspect?
The Bladedancer’s Aspect is a Legendary Aspect with an offensive enhancement for Rogues. Its effect is as follows:
With the Bladedancer’s Aspect, Twisting Blades orbit for a short time after returning. During this time, they deal a certain percentage (DMG) of Twisting Blades’ return damage per hit. Depending on the distance the blades cover to return, the orbit damage can increase up to a certain percentage (DMG) of the return damage.
You can imprint this Aspect on Amulets, Gloves, Rings, and One-handed and Two-handed Weapons.
How to get Bladedancer’s Aspect in Diablo 4
Complete Stemming the Flow
The Bladedancer’s Aspect is in Jalal’s Vigil dungeon. But you need to complete the main quest, “The Knife Twists Again: Stemming the Flow” to enter. This quest is in Scosglen. To complete it, you have to talk to Nafain after the Fangs of Corruption quest.
He made a pact with Lilith to destroy the Knights Penitent. And in return, pointed her to Astaroth’s prison in Eldhaime. Nafain then asks you to kill him to end his corruption. Do so and the quest will end, granting you 10,956 XP and 1,500 Gold.
Enter Jalal’s Vigil
The Jalal’s Vigil dungeon is also in Scosglen, in the northeast corner of The Shrouded Moors. To get there, fast travel to the Fiorban Waypoint. Then head northeast. You’ll see two stone pillars forming a triangle with an orange glow coming from within. That’s the dungeon entrance.
Once you’re inside the dungeon, getting the Aspect is pretty straightforward. It’s not hidden anywhere. Instead, you get it on your first completion of the dungeon.
To complete the dungeon, you have to defeat its final boss, Bramble. This is a giant corrupted tree-like enemy. Its main attacks are Venomous Gas and Toxic pools. In Venomous Gas, Bramble lets out gas in a cone shape in front of him. While in Toxic pools, Bramble creates several toxic pools.
You can avoid both of these attacks. Although having protection against Poison makes this fight much easier. Chip away at Bramble’s health while avoiding its poison and melee attacks. As soon as its health reaches zero, it will die and you’ll unlock the Bladedancer’s Aspect.
The Bladedancer’s Aspect has a chance of appearing on Legendary item drops. You can farm Dungeons, World Events, and World Bosses for this. If you get a Legendary Item with this Aspect, you can extract it at the cost of sacrificing the item.
You get the Bladedancer’s Aspect by defeating Bramble in the Jalal’s Vigil dungeon. To do this, you first need to complete the main quest, “The Knife Twists Again: Stemming the Flow.” We hope this guide on How to get Bladedancer’s Aspect in Diablo 4 helps you in your journey. As always, happy gaming!