The Moon is hungry for more.
The Hungering Moon Event returns for the April 2023 Content Update in Diablo Immortal, bringing a similar set of mechanics, tasks, and rewards as the last time the event graced the in-game events page.
We have outlined everything you need to know about the Hungering Moon Event, including the tasks you can expect, how the event works, and the rewards you can get for participating in this event in Diablo Immortal in this quick guide.
What is the Hungering Moon Event in Diablo Immortal?
The Hungering Moon is a recurring event in Diablo Immortal that has been around for several seasons. For the April 2023 Content Update, you can now complete three tasks daily four times to gain Astrolabe Power, which you can then use to draw the Blessing of More or Blessing of Might.
Blessing of More will give you a 50% bonus to gold drops and a temporary 10% damage increase when playing in dungeons. Aside from the bonus gold and damage, you can get 5 Moonslivers after using the Blessing of More.
Blessing of Might works a lot differently than Blessing of More. Drawing Blessing of More will require you to complete any dungeon to get Moonslivers but completing dungeons with a party will yield 2x the Moonsliver reward.
After drawing either Blessing 12 times, you will get The Moon’s Regard – a neat 90 Moonsliver bonus you can use at Hermit’s Collection.
*You can have either Blessing active at the same time.
Complete Tasks daily to gain more Astrolabe Power, then use that to draw either the Blessing of More or Blessing of Might. Doing so allows you to amass many Moonslivers and use them to get various rewards from the Hermit’s Collection section on the event page.
Hungering Moon Tasks and Rewards
You won’t get rewards for completing individual tasks in the Hungering Moon event, but you will get the chance to draw either the Blessing or More or Blessing of Might by completing tasks. Through Blessing of More or Blessing of Might, you’ll get Moonslivers that you can then use to acquire various rewards from the Hermit’s Collection.
Collecting a specific number of Moonslivers will also unlock Moonsliver rewards.
Hungering Moon Tasks
- Defeat 10 Monsters
- Defeat 10 Monsters
Hermits Collection Rewards
- Normal Gems – 15 Moonslivers (4 Purchase Limit)
- Mystery Legendary Item – 65 Moonslivers (1 Purchase Limit)
- Aspirant’s Key – 4 Moonslivers (15 Purchase Limit)
- Reinforced Scrap Materials – 10 Moonslivers (7 Purchase Limit)
- Flowing Shard – 15 Moonslivers (3 Purchase Limit)
- Gold – 1 Moonsliver (60 Purchase Limit)
Rewards for collecting Moonslivers
- 10 Moonslivers – x3 Rare Crests
- 50 Moonslivers – x1 Random Set Item
- 130 Moonslivers – x1 Telluric Pearl
- 230 Moonslivers – x1 Legendary Crest
Hungering Moon Start/Stop Time
The Hungering Moon Event will only run from April 26 at 3 a.m. to May 2, 2:59 a.m. server time, which means you only have less than a week to take advantage of the Moon’s Blessings and collect the various rewards found in Hermit’s Collection.
Fortunately, the daily tasks aren’t too difficult to complete, and you can redo these tasks four times. However, the type of Blessing you get is random, so just be sure to have a few friends ready to complete the daily tasks with you in case you draw a Blessing of Might, for example.
The Moon Hungers Yet Again
The Moon will never be satisfied, as the Hungering Moon event has appeared in almost every season of Diablo Immortal since the game came out almost a year ago.
The Hungering Moon event is a great source of various loot in Diablo Immortal. The Moon’s Blessings also provide valuable buffs that can help make dungeon runs easier for a limited time.
Refer to the quick guide above to understand how to get the most out of the Hungering Moon Event in Diablo Immortal.