Tyrael is “dead”, worldstone is shattered, and demons are trying to use it to power up rapidly. At some point, your leveling phase will be over and you will venture onto the ultimate challenge of skill and strategy – raids and PvP. Diablo: Immortal recently got released and naturally, players are looking for the best guides when it comes to gameplay and gear. You came to the right place since we put together an ultimate guide to legendary gems. So what are the best legendary gems for Demon Hunters in Diablo: Immortal? And most importantly, how do you get them?
The best legendary gems for demon hunters in Diablo: Immortal are as follows: Blood-soaked Jade, Seeping Bile, and Phoenix Ashes. These gems are practically non-craftable except with Mystery Legendary Gems Recipe.
Now that we’ve covered the basics and you have your short answer it’s time to analyze some alternatives if you are not able to score Legendary 5 stars gems.
Why do you need Legendary gems in Diablo: Immortal?
At first, it might seem like gems generally don’t bring much to the table in terms of power and upgrading gear – that’s because you have been running into normal gems. While they are by far the easiest to get ahold of, it’s true they won’t add much to your overall stats. Legendary gems, however, are extremely important and as such, they are extremely difficult to get ahold of. But they are totally worth it. Legendary gems can boost your vitality, your damage, and speed modify some of your abilities, and will generally rank up your gear tremendously. Legendary gems like pretty much every piece of gear in the game are tiered. That means that legendary gems appear as 1-star legendary gems, 2-star legendary gems, and 5-star legendary gems.
Best 1-star Legendary Gems for Demon Hunters in Diablo: Immortal
1-star Legendary Gems are dropable, they can also be crafted at the Apprentice Jeweler. Best 1-star Legendary Gems for Demon Hunters are as follows: Berseker’s Eye, Chained Death, Seled’s Weakening.
|Berseker’s Eye||If kiting is your preferred playstyle this is a perfect gem for you. Berseker’s eye boosts your damage but also boosts the damage that’s dealt to you. It’s a perfect situation for kiting since you’re all about not getting hit.|
|Chained Death||This gem augments your damage depending on the number of targets you surround yourself with. Perfect when clearing waves.|
|Seled’s Weakening||Another gem perfect for clearing waves. This time your damage increases for whole 60 seconds after killing elite mobs.|
Best 2-star Legendary Gems for Demon Hunters in Diablo: Immortal
Just like 1-star legendary gems, these gems can be drops but can also be crafted at the Apprentice Jeweler. The best 2-star Legendary Gems for Demon Hunters are as follows: Fervent Fang, Power & Command, Unity Crystal. It’s important to note that Fervent Fang can only be acquired through Battle Pass, Elder Rift, or crafted via Recipe.
|Fervent Fang||Has a stacking damage debuff. Perfect for every class with limited Single-target damage output. Perfect for boss encounters.|
|Power & Commands||Alternates between boosting your primary and skill damage every 9 seconds. Perfect for classes that deal damage with both constantly.|
|Unity Crystal||As the name says, keep your allies near since you get reduced damage for every party member within 6 yards of you. Perfect for raids and dungeons.|
Best 5-star Legendary Gems for Demon Hunters in Diablo: Immortal
These gems are the hardest to acquire (and most expensive) since they can’t be crafted at the Apprentice Jeweler like 1-star and 2-star gems (except if you have the Mystery Legendary Gem recipe). 5-star Legendary Gems are drops only which means there’s lots of grinding ahead. The best 5-star Legendary gems are as follows: Blood-Soaked Jade, Phoenix Ashes, and Seeping Bile
|Blood-Soaked Jade||This gem pretty much fits every class. It boosts your movement speed which you can never get enough of and increases damage. Which also is never ever a downside.|
|Phoenix Ashes||Named after a Legendary mythic bird that has the ability to escape death. The name is fitting since this is exactly the thing this gem does. It prevents you from taking lethal damage and gives you a shield that lasts for 6 seconds. The best part? It has a relatively low cooldown of 3 minutes.|
|Seeping Bile||Perfect for stacking DoT. If the damaged target dies AoE effect kicks in and your damage spreads to nearby enemies. Since as a Demon Hunter you have fast attacks this gem is a pretty good deal for you.|
Ultimately, the best gem for you is the one that fits your playstyle the best. These are just recommendations based on some general specifics that Demon Hunters have. Choose whatever works best for you and happy hunting!