How to Complete A Witness in the Dust in Diablo 4 Season of Blood

Bugs! Bugs everywhere.

We all know Diablo 4’s Season of Blood is pretty bloody, but it’s also pretty buggy, too. Quest completion seems to be bugged for some players and working for others, and if you’re having trouble completing A Witness in the Dust in Diablo 4 Season 2, here’s everything you need to know.

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Diablo 4 Season of Blood A Witness in the Dust Quest Guide

Similar to the Summons of the Deathless quest in Diablo 4 Season 2, A Witness in the Dust requires you to complete chapter 2 of your Seasonal Journey. After clearing the Fetid Mausoleum dungeon with Hunter Erys, you’ll be tasked with completing chapter 2, which means knocking out various objectives and activities you can do in the game.

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Here are all of the objectives listed in chapter 2 of the Seasonal Journey:

  • Forsaken Offerings: Obtain 2 Caches from the Tree of Whispers by completing Whispers
  • Vault Delver: Complete 8 Cellars
  • Ruins Reclaimed: Conquer a Stronghold
  • Baptized in Blood: Reach Level 25
  • Finer Clarity: Upgrade your Potion to Minor at the Alchemist
  • Path to Strength: Unlock Aspects in the Codex of Power, such as through completing Dungeons
  • Deliver Us From Evil: Rescue Villagers within the Blood Harvest, available after completing or skipping the Campaign
  • Vampire No More: Defeat a Blood Seeker, available after completing or skipping the Campaign
  • Tides of Blood: Activate a Vampiric Power that requires at least 3 Pacts, available after completing or skipping the Campaign
  • Contract Reforged: Add or remove Pacts from a piece of armor, available after completing or skipping the Campaign
  • Bejeweled: Craft a Gem at the Jeweler
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Most of these are pretty straightforward, though the only tricky one you might have trouble with is Tides of Blood, which requires you to activate a Vampiric Power that requires three Pacts. For this objective, we used Flowing Veins, which requires two of each Pact to be activated. It’s worth noting that you only have to activate it once, and you can unequip it after that once you’ve completed the objective.

Similar to Summons of the Deathless, you don’t need to knock out all 11 objectives either. Press the U key to bring up your Seasonal Journey tab, and in the top left corner you can see how much progress you need to make to reach the next threshold for the game to consider A Witness in the Dust complete.

Once chapter 2 of the Seasonal Journey is complete, press J to bring up your journal, and track A Witness in the Dust to find your next objective in the story. Do be warned that if the game isn’t marking your objectives as complete, and you’re not making any progress in your Seasonal Journey, you’re very likely experiencing a bug and you’ll need to wait a while for the game to record your progress again.

That’s all you need to know about how to clear A Witness in the Dust in Diablo 4 Season of Blood. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.


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Zhiqing is the Reviews Editor for Twinfinite, and a History graduate from Singapore. She's been in the games media industry for nine years, trawling through showfloors, conferences, and spending a ridiculous amount of time making in-depth spreadsheets for min-max-y RPGs. When she's not singing the praises of Amazon's Kindle as the greatest technological invention of the past two decades, you can probably find her in a FromSoft rabbit hole.