How to get Stygian Stones and what they do in Diablo 4
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How to get Stygian Stones and what they do in Diablo 4

Summon the tormented with these stones.

The fourth season of Diablo 4 is finally here and there’s a ton of new content and loot changes for players to sink their teeth into. Among the new additions are Stygian Stones, which are key to acquiring some of the best loot in the game.

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How to get Stygian Stones in Diablo 4

Players can acquire Stygian Stones from The Pit, a newly added location to Diablo 4. The Pit awards one or two Stygian Stones per run, but your overall goal is to collect three of them so you can use them to get access to better gear.

What are Stygian Stones in Diablo 4?

Stygian Stones are used to summon Tormented Echoes, stronger versions of normal bosses, in Diablo 4. It costs three Stygian Stones per summon of a Tormented Echo. You can summon a Tormented version of an eligible boss at their usual spawn locations.

Stygian Stones are not the only material you need to summon a Tormented Echo, though. Below is a full list of materials required to summon each Tormented Echo in Diablo 4.

Tormented EchoRequired Materials
Tormented Varsahn3x Stygian Stones, 5x Gurgling Heads, 5x Blackened Femurs, 5x Trembling Hands, and 5x Malignant Hearts
Torment Grigoire3x Stygian Stones and 25x Living Steel
Torment Zir3x Stygian Stones and 45x Exquisite Blood
Torment Beast in the Ice3x Stygian Stones, 45x Distilled Fear, and 250x Sigil Powder
Torment Duriel3x Stygian Stones, 10x Mucus-Slick Eggs, and 10x Shards of Agony
Torment Andariel3x Stygian stones, 10x Sandscorched Shackles, and 10x Pncushioned Dolls

How to unlock The Pit in Diablo 4

Diablo 4 Pit Of Artificers
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Since you can only get Stygian Stones from within the Pit, knowing how to unlock it first is essential. Players can unlock The Pit by reaching World Tier 4: Torment difficulty and interacting with the Artificier’s Obelisk in Cerrigar of the Scosglen region.

To enter The Pit, players must use “Runeshards,” which can be obtained by completing Whisper Bounties, Nightmare Dungeons, Helltide events, and Legion events.


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