Once you’ve completed your Tristam runs on your new character and are level 15, it’s time to start doing Tomb Runs to get to level 24 most efficiently.
What is a Tomb Run?
Tomb Runs focus on the end of the second act of the game in which you are looking for the actual Tomb of Tal Rasha. However, unlike during the story, the other six tombs are the real prize here.
During Tomb Runs, you will be focusing on working your way through the Canyon of Magi and clearing all seven tombs of enemies.
Of course, when doing this, you will eventually find the actual Tomb of Tal Rasha, but in most scenarios, groups do not kill Duriel.
The Tomb offers large clusters of enemies, rares, and champions in a short distance from each other. When leveling from 15 to 24, this is going to be your best way to level in a short amount of time.
What is the Most Efficient Way to do Tomb Runs?
As most exp grinds in Diablo II Resurrected, you will be most efficient in a group of 8 people. So just like with Tristam Runs, you will want to look for lobbies full of people to run with.
When looking in the lobby section, generally, anything with “tomb” refers to Tomb Runs.
Just like Tristam Runs, lobbies will keep the same base name. So, for example, “TombRunz01” becomes “TombRunz01” once all of the tombs are cleared, sans Duriel.
Unlike Tristam Runs, Tomb Runs will be a bit more fun, and you will usually have a better chance at getting loot due to the number of enemies you will be killing and the larger area you will be covering.
I can, without a doubt, say that I prefer the grind of Tomb Runs over Tristam Runs. There are longer sessions and are more engaging, in my opinion.
It took me maybe two hours to finish my runs, and that’s with network issues at the time.
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