Where to Find Blood and Sweat Quest in Diablo 4

17.06.2024 - 15:01:36
Diablo 4 , Game Guides

Where to Find Blood and Sweat Quest in Diablo 4

Diablo 4 is chock full of side quests that you can complete to pass the time. This is actually quite nice to give you a breather from fighting the main baddies in the game.

There is a side quest that is pretty easy to complete. However, you may want to finish this one to get renown and some experience points to go along with it.

In today's guide, we are going to go over the steps on where to find the Blood and Sweat quest in Diablo 4. So, without further ado, let's get started!

Blood and Sweat Quest Diablo 4

If you are completely new to Diablo 4, how do you begin a side quest? Typically, side quests need to be initiated in one way or another.

That said, the Blood and Sweat quest starts by teleporting to Nevesk Waypoint. Once you are there, head west until you find one of the strongholds in the Dry Steppes. You cannot miss it because it is labeled as Ruins of Qara-Yisu when you hover your mouse over it.



After arriving at the destination, a short quest will commence where you are tasked to destroy three Infernal Spires. Once that is done, a mini-boss called Utulku, the Voice Below, will appear. Simply defeat it to conquer the area and the things that were once hidden will be revealed. Successfully eliminating the boss will also turn the area into a bustling town, complete with vendors and a useful waypoint.



Bring up the map and you should see a blue exclamation point at the southern corner of the newly-built town. When you arrive at the area, you will find that the blue exclamation mark points you to an interactable object called the Bloodstained Letter.



When you interact with the letter, you will learn that it is actually sent by the NPC you are going to talk to at the end of the Blood and Sweat quest.



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Diablo 4 Blood and Sweat Little Tuya

After reading the Bloodstained Letter, the next thing you are going to do is to find a quest item called Little Tuya. Fortunately, you do not have to veer too far away because the thing you are looking for is nearby. Just head northwest a little bit, where you will see a ramp going upward.



You are going to look for something called the Crude Doll. So, go up the ramp and interact with the Disturbed Stone located at the right-hand side of the screen. After that, simply pick up the doll and you should be ready for the final phase of the quest!





Finishing the Quest

You are just one step away from completing the Blood and Sweat quest in Diablo 4! With Little Tuya in hand, bring up the map once more and go left until you find the appropriate quest marker, where you will head to Alzuuda in Dry Steppes.

Although you can certainly go Alzuuda on foot, you will save a ton of time by using a mount, so do just that.



Alzuuda is a little town that is situated in a PvP zone near the Fields of Hatred. Do not worry, players will be unable to engage with you when you are just passing by.

As you can already tell, you will bring Little Tuya back to its rightful owner. So, after arriving at Alzuuda safely, look for an NPC named Tuya and talk to her.



When you hand over the doll, Tuya will tell you a brief backstory about it. Apparently, she and her father had an argument about her enlisting herself as a mercenary. Tuya said that she wanted to do this to save enough money so that her father would no longer have to work in the mines.

The money would have been spent finding a nice home for her father. She was about to head home, likely from a mission, but it was already too late.

Despite what happened, she is still grateful to you for handing over the doll that her father kept for a long time. It now serves as a memento of his existence.

Blood and Sweat Quest Rewards

So, what do you get after finishing the Diablo 4 Blood and Sweat Quest? Well, here is a rundown:

  • 20 Renown for Dry Steppes
  • 1,800 Gold
  • 8,247 XP
  • Salvage Cache

What Comes Next in Diablo 4?

It is no secret that Diablo 4 had a rough start. The game had plenty of issues in terms of content. What should you do when you finish the campaign? Back then, Blizzard had no clear vision for the endgame. Thankfully, things changed since Diablo 4 Season of Blood went live.

Aside from finishing Blood and Sweat Diablo 4, you could spend time fighting against the new vampiric threat. Of course, with this new enemy, you should have enough firepower to deal with it, which is why you had Vampiric Powers in Season 2.

Things were really nice in Diablo 4 Season of Blood, but that has changed yet again with Season 3 (aka Season of the Construct). The main mechanics of Season of the Construct were good in theory. However, it certainly did not pan out as the developers had hoped.

After much deliberation and planning, the D4 dev team went back to the drawing board and came up with the current season simply known as "Loot Reborn." You could say that Blizzard made a huge overhaul to its popular ARPG and it has become almost an entirely different game.

To answer the question: "What comes next?" Blizzard will be hosting a campfire chat on June 21, where the development team will talk about Season 5 PTR. If you are a complete Diablo 4 beginner, PTR stands for "Public Test Realm," which is essentially a unique server where the developers can introduce new stuff for you to try out.

Having said that, stay tuned for next week's campfire chat as the developers unveil what is in store for the game in Season 5. Hopefully, it follows in the footsteps of Season 4: Loot Reborn because, honestly speaking, the game has been a blast to play ever since the current season began.

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