If you haven’t grown tired of Vaults yet and your character has reached the Paragon stage of Diablo 4 Season 3, then it’s time to start collecting Vault Sigils. My guide will explain how you can craft the specific sigil type and where they can be used for more rewards.
How to Craft Vault Sigils in Diablo 4 Season 3
Vault Sigils can be crafted by going to an Occultist vendor anywhere in Sanctuary combining Shattered Stone with Sigil Powder. The crafting tab at the Occultist is always the third tab and is shared with all of the other Nightmare Dungeon options. If you have played above World Tier 2 in the past, this will be familiar.
Before you can start crafting any Vault Sigils, though, you need to collect some powder. Typically you can pick up your first standard Nightmare Sigil by completing dungeons and World Events in World Tier 3. Once you pick up a standard sigil, you can bring it to an Occultis and break it down for your first bit of Sigil Powder.
Crafting Nightmare Vault Sigils in Diablo 4:
- Head to any Occultist in Sanctuary.
- Bring at least 3 Shattered Stone and 3 Sigil Powder.
- Craft the Vault Sigil in World Tier 3.
By this point in Season 3 of Diablo 4, you should already have the Shattered Stone you need in the hundreds at least. One Vault Sigil only costs three Shattered Stone and three Sigil Powder at the lowest Sacred Rank. Of course, that number begins to rapidly increase when you reach the Ancestral ranks of dungeons.
Remember that even the lowest level Vault Sigil can only be used in World Tier 3 or higher. These lead to Nightmare Vaults, which are the tougher version of standard Vaults from the Season of Construct. Just like Nightmare Dungeons, these lead to better rewards and more difficult enemies with modifiers to deal with.
To get more stone material, make sure you’re taking part in Arcane Tremors around the map.