Diablo Immortal Charms: How To Find, Use & Upgrade

Looking for the definitive Diablo Immortal charm guide? Look no further than what I've outlined for you ahead.

Don’t think of Charmsin Diablo Immortal as something that the game will start you off with right from the get-go. Things aren’t that simple around these parts. In fact, Charms come across as endgame material where you only become capable enough of equipping them at level 56. This, of course, isn’t attainable right off the bat, so you shouldn’t be too worried about finding and using Charms early on in Diablo Immortal. 

Key Takeaways
  • Diablo Immortal features Charms as special items boosting character stats, accessible from level 56 with various rarities.
  • Obtain Charms through completing bounties, battle pass rewards, or purchasing from Hilts Traders.
  • Battle pass purchase is optional; free version grants access to charms.
  • Upgrade charms using Alchemical Powder, obtained by salvaging charms for increased stats and effects.

What are Charms? 

Charms in Diablo Immortal are accessories that enhance your character’s stats. However, you may come across Charms during your adventures that don’t match your character’s class. For example, a Charm might boost a Wizard’s Scorch skill, which isn’t relevant for a Barbarian.

Charms can be upgraded using Alchemical Powder, obtained by salvaging Charms. Salvaging occurs when you extract useful components from these items. Until you reach level 56, it’s best to store Charms in your stash while you complete missions and quests. Once you reach the appropriate level, I would suggest you to check your catalog for Charms that benefit your class by enhancing specific skill moves.

Before level 56, focus on acquiring the best gems in Diablo Immortal. Additionally, familiarize yourself with the game’s crossplay and cross-progression feature to start strong from day one.

Now that you understand what Charms are, let’s explore how to find them across the vast world of the Sanctuary.

How To Find Charms

Based on my gameplay experience, Charms do not have a single source of attainment. Instead, you will find that there are multiple activities that can reward you with these Diablo Immortal potency-centric accessories. Let’s take a quick look at what these can be below. 

  • A form of reward for finishing daily activities. 
  • Bought from the Hilts Trader for 100 Hilts per Charm.
  • An award for successfully completing a Bounty. 
  • A benefit of the Diablo Immortal Battle Pass.

Explore various methods to find Charms in Diablo Immortal. The definitive way is purchasing them from the Hilts Trader, but note the weekly limit of 3. Alternative acquisition methods are uncertain, but still feasible. To avoid intense grinding, consider the “Empowered” version of the Battle Pass, offering additional bonuses, including Charms. The free Battle Pass variant also includes Charms among its abundant rewards in the action RPG.

How To Use Charms

Equipping Charms in Diablo Immortal is simple. Attach them to your character class for relevant bonuses, enhancing class-specific skills with varying multipliers, ranging from small to high percentages. Open your inventory by clicking “Inventory” above your skills, navigate to the upper-right section, and place Charms in the dedicated slot, as shown in the screenshot for visual guidance.

Clicking on the "Charms" Slot
Clicking on the “Charms” Slot
Equipping the Selected Charm
Equipping the Selected Charm

This is how you equip Charms in Diablo Immortal. Just make sure you’re above the minimum required level—which is 56—and that will sort things out for you accordingly. Time to set out into the Sanctuary, find some enemies, and try out the added benefit that comes in the wake of equipping a Charm in the game. 

Upgrading Charms

Here’s the path I took to upgrade the Charms:

To upgrade or salvage your Charms in Diablo Immortal, locate the Charm Craftsman named Vas in Westmarch or any other Charm Craftsman in the Sanctuary. These NPCs are spread throughout the game world, so you’ll find them in various locations. Approach them to access Charm-related services.Diablo Immortal charm guide

Location of Vas the Charm Craftsman in Diablo ImmortalTo upgrade your Charms in Diablo Immortal, interact with a Charm Craftsman and engage in a short dialogue. This will open the relevant menu for Charm management. You can upgrade Charms using a resource called Alchemical Powder, which you obtain by salvaging your Charms through the Charm Craftsman.

You’ll need 20 Alchemical Powder to rank up a Charm. There are a total of 5 levels a Charm can reach, with Rank 5 being the highest, known as a Grand Charm. It’s advisable to salvage Rank 1 Charms that don’t buff any of your class’s skills for better results, as they have no use otherwise.

How to Salvage Charms 

Here are the steps I would recommend you to Salvage the Charms. Make sure to follow them diligently for the best results. 

  1. To salvage unwanted Charms, approach the Charm Craftsman and select “Salvage” from the side panel. Choose unneeded Charms and click “Salvage” in the lower right corner. Refer to the screenshot for details.
    Salvaging Unwanted Charms
    Salvaging Unwanted Charms
  2. Confirm your Charm selection by clicking “OK” on the prompt that appears on the screen. This finalizes the process.
    Diablo Immortal charm guide
    Confirming the Selection
  3. Time to put the obtained Alchemical Powder to use when you finally get yourself some of it. 
    Alchemical Powder Obtained
    Alchemical Powder Obtained

Now that you know how to salvage Charms and secure the go-to upgrade material for these utilitarian add-ons, let’s get on with the major upgrade portion of the scenario. Do note that you can also salvage those Charms that do influence a skill of your particular class but that skill isn’t something that you use often. 

How To Upgrade Charms With Alchemical Powder

Upgrade Charms in Diablo Immortal through the Charm Craftsman menu by clicking the “Upgrade” button in the left panel. Prioritize upgrading crucial Charms for your character, as this enhances perks and bonuses. Note that the new skill move added is not guaranteed to be class-related; luck plays a role in determining the outcome.

Follow the steps I’ve listed ahead to learn how to upgrade your Charms:

  1. Click the “Upgrade” button in the Charm Craftsman menu. It’s easily noticeable due to its prominence. Refer to the provided screenshot for a visual guide on completing this step.
    Clicking on the "Upgrade" Button
    Clicking on the “Upgrade” Button
  2. Click “Upgrade,” choose the Charm to upgrade, prioritizing those enhancing your class-specific skill. Focus on frequently used skills. Proceed by clicking “Upgrade” in the bottom-right corner.
    Selecting and Ranking Up a Specific Charm
    Selecting and Ranking Up a Specific Charm
  3. Bypass the confirmation prompt to finalize the process. Note that ranked-up Charms are irreversible, so choose carefully. However, they can be sold, a topic I’ll elaborate on later in the guide.
    Confirming the Rank-Up Selection
    Confirming the Rank-Up Selection
  4. Confirm your choice, and the screen transitions to show your selected Charm being ranked up. It displays the added skill and, if from a different class, specifies the class name in parentheses.
    Charm Upgraded
    Charm Upgraded

In the image above, observe the inclusion of a different character class skill upon ranking up the Charm. For instance, the Monk class gains Seven-Sided Strike, and the Crusader class obtains Shield Glade. Upgrading provides minimal value unless consistently leveled. I recommend maximizing a Charm with potential due to the low cost of Alchemical Powder, easily obtained by salvaging unused Charms.

Now that I’ve covered the basics, let’s delve into some advanced tips and tricks for dealing with Charms in Diablo Immortal.

Best Tips & Tricks for Dealing With Charms

To preface my forthcoming discussion, take a look at the following picture of a particular Charm upgraded to the highest level. 

A Grand Charm in Diablo Immortal
A Grand Charm in Diablo Immortal

From my point of view, there’s only one skill on this Grand Charm that relates to the Monk, which is contextually the character class you’re concerned with. The rest of the bonus multipliers relate to skills that belong to other classes, such as the Crusader, Necromancer, and the Wizard. This is an example of a poor Grand Charm that’s as good as a Rank 1 Charm. Since you can’t salvage this type of Charm anymore, what can you do with it? 

I’ll utilize the functioning of the Extract feature of the Charm Craftsman menu and convert the Charm at hand into a Skill Stone. However, don’t expect the Craftsman to go to work without a fee. You will need about 500 Platinum for the extraction process to commence. 

Diablo Immortal charm guide
Extracting a Skill Stone From a Grand Charm

Transform a Grand Charm with multiple skill multipliers for the same class into a Skill Stone to sell on the Market for Platinum. Skill Stones inherit the original Charm’s characteristics and allow skill replacement on a Grand Charm. Use the “Imbue” feature at the Charm Craftsman, select the skill to replace, and roll the dice with the Skill Stone. It’s random, so consider buying a quality Skill Stone from the Market to improve your chances.

Market filters can help you find the perfect Skill Stone for your needs. By class and specific skill, you can refine your search for the ultimate Charm build in Diablo Immortal. It might seem complex at first, but with time, you’ll master this game system.

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