Treasure Hunter is a Paragon Tree in Diablo Immortal. The Treasure Hunter Paragon tree is part of the Paragon System or Paragon Levels in Diablo Immortal are special Talent Trees that give the player unique passive abilities. Players will develop their characters by investing Paragon Points into the unique trees, in addition to using their Equipment to optimize their Builds. Treasure Hunter Paragon Tree offers bonuses to equipment/gold drop rate, defenses, and EXP gain, make your journey through the Sanctuary more profitable.
How to gain access to Paragon Trees?
Players would need to reach the max level 60 in order for the Paragon System to be available. Once you've reached level 60, all the XP you gain will be available to spend for the Paragon Trees and you will also gain Paragon Levels. You get 1 point for every Paragon Level, and you can use these to unlock nodes from the Paragon Trees.
As of now, there are only 6 Paragon Trees available, each with their own set of skills and different bonuses. There's the Survivor and Vanquisher, which you will immediately unlock at Paragon Level 1. You will then unlock Treasure Hunter once you've reached Paragon Level 50. Gladiator after you've reached 100, then both Soldier and Mastermind Once you've reached Paragon Level 150.
How to earn Paragon Points?
Players can earn Paragon points by gaining XP once they hit the level cap. They can spend these points across all the Paragon Trees they've unlocked.
Types of Nodes
All Paragon Trees have two types of nodes, the Permanent Attributes and the Specialization Skills. Player's can differentiate both from looking at the icons, Permanent Attributes have circular icons while Specialization Skills have square icons.
- Permanent Attributes are stat boosts that will always apply to the player's character once it's unlocked.
- Specialization Skills will only benefit the player if they choose to activate the respective Paragon Tree of the Skill.
The player can always choose which Paragon Tree to activate but there can only be one at a time.
Certain skills from the Paragon Trees will require players to unlock previous skills from the same tree. It can be seen from the ingame preview of each Paragon Tree that some skills branch out other skills and there are arrows pointing to the next skill that can be unlocked. For example, to unlock the Life on the 2nd row of the Survivor Paragon Tree, players would need to either obtain Stalwart or Escape Artist first.
Server Paragon Levels
Server Paragon Levels or SPL is a new system featured in Diablo Immortal. The player's SPL will start at Paragon Level 0 and it will increase by 2 levels per day every time the server resets. The SPL and the player's Paragon Level will be compared and bonuses or penalties will then be applied depending on the player's current Paragon Level.
If the player is below the current SPL, they will gain an increasing bonus buff to help them catch up to the SPL. If a player is at the exact current SPL they will get the 100% normal amount of experience. Being above the current SPL will gradually reduce the player's experience gain.
Diablo Immortal Treasure Hunter Tree
Resistance +4 (0/15)
50% increased equipment drop rate from Elite monsters in outdoor areas.
Increases the bonuses granted by Treasure Find and Lucky from 50% to 75%.
Armor +4 (0/5)
50% more experience gained from defeating Elite monsters.
Damage +16 (0/15)
50% extra gold from monsters in outdoor areas.
Armor Penetration +4 (0/15)