How to Find and Complete the Halls of the Damned in Diablo 4

Where the damned go to get a little disobedient

Some aspects are simply better than others. And there are few aspects as useful as the Aspect of Disobedience, which can make even squishy Sorcerers playable. To that end, here’s how to find the Halls of the Damned in Diablo 4.

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How to Get the Aspect of Disobedience in Diablo 4

There are over 150 dungeons in Diablo 4, each featuring its own unique Aspect. And while it’s possible to get those Aspects from random gear, it’s much more efficient to just tackle the dungeon they’re associated with. For the Aspect of Disobedience, that dungeon is the Halls of the Damned. And it’s not even that hard to find.

The Halls of the Damned is in Kehjistan, Scouring Sands. The closest Waypoint is Tarsark. But if you’ve just started a new character, it’s likely you have Zarbinzet unlocked. This major Hawezar city is also very close to the dungeon.

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From either Waypoint, head to the Scouring Sands and keep right along the cliff wall. Eventually, you’ll find the dungeon entrance, usually absolutely clogged with monsters.

Completing the Halls of the Damned in Diablo 4

While the Halls of the Damned might be easy to find, completing it can be a bit of a slog. It’s a large dungeon that’s rife with Wraiths, Phantoms, and skeletons in one section and full of Marauders and Master-at-Arms in the other. You’ll also be using teleporters to jump between these two sections.

  • Objective 1: Destroy the Idol of the Overseer and the Seaborn Goddess

To access the Seaborn Goddess, you’ll need to work your way through the main dungeon until you find a Teleporter.

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Go through it, and you may find yourself in a dark dungeon full of Vileblood, Marauders, and Master-at-Arms. These are all enemies associated with the coastal area.

Continue through this offshoot floor and you’ll find the Seaborn Goddess Statue. Destroy the Seaborn Goddess Statue and you’ll be sieged by waves of enemies and the Elite enemy Ethewlin Doomspawn. You don’t technically need to defeat this Elite, but he’ll likely drop loot.

Ethewlin Doomspawn comes with modifiers (mine had Summoner). If you’re struggling to defeat him, remember to run when he lifts the mast. When he lifts the mast, he’s using an area-of-effect attack that will summon a wave of water, and it’s easily his most powerful move.

Once the Seaborn Statue is gone, return through the teleporter to return to the main dungeon map and locate the second teleporter. The second teleporter is likely on the opposite side of the dungeon.

To access the Overseer, you’ll need to work your way through the main dungeon until you find the second teleporter. Once inside, you’ll find yourself fighting Vile Ones, Vile Overseers, and Vile Shaman. Which makes sense, as we’re here to destroy an Overseer statue. This section is exactly the same as the Seaborn Goddess subsection, so work your way through the short corridor until you find the Overseer statue.

Once you find the statue, you’ll be swarmed with enemies. Destroy the statue, and you’ll be attacked by the Elite enemy Rakoshan Pusblister. As his name implies, he has a Poison enchantment.

When both statues are destroyed, you’ll get your next task.

  • Objective 2: Travel to the Sepulchrum

With the statues destroyed, a green barrier in the main dungeon will have been dispelled. Return to the main dungeon and locate the door that is now open. You’ll be locked in a room with four pillars, which you’ll need to destroy. Skeletons will continuously attack you until you do. Once all the pillars and skeletons are gone, you’ll be able to access the second half of the dungeon.

Fortunately, you don’t have to go far. The Sepulchrum is actually the boss room.

Inside the Sepulchrum, you’ll find a Monolith with two statues holding red orbs in front of it. Interact with the Monolith to start the boss fight against the Tomb Lord.

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How to Defeat the Tomb Lord in Diablo 4

Tomb Lord might be one of the easiest bosses in the game, as he’s extremely passive. He has two main moves: summoning whirlwinds and summoning bone walls.

When the Tomb Lord summons whirlwinds, he’ll summon three total. These whirlwinds stay stationary where they’re summoned. Standing in them will limit your vision and daze you. I highly recommend not standing in them.

The second move Tomb Lord uses is summoning Bone Walls. This is where most of his damage comes from. These Bone Walls will probably be used to pen you in. Once this happens, you’ll have a limited amount of time to break those walls and escape, or the Tomb Lord will lift his staff and cause them to explode for damage. Not a significant amount of damage, but damage.

Otherwise, the Tomb Lord just floats passively along, not doing much to either evade or attack you. Whittle away his health and you’ll earn some loot. But most important, the Aspect of Disobedience.

Now that you have one of the best Aspects in the game, you might be wondering what else there is. Check out the full compendium here: All Aspects in Diablo 4 Listed – Codex of Power.

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Daphne Fama
A Staff Writer at Prima Games since 2022, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount playing games of all stripes but has a soft spot for horror, FPS, and RPGs. When she’s not gaming, she’s an author and member of the Horror Writers Association with a debut novel coming out in 2025. In a previous life, she was an attorney but found she preferred fiction to contracts and forms