Season 4 of Diablo III gave players something new to work on – the Season Journey. Players that complete all of the objectives through Chapter 4 receive two special prizes – a Season 4 Portrait Frame and a Frost Hound pet.
It took me a long time to complete Chapter 4, but it was worth it. There were a few times when I thought I would not be able to do all the objectives. It turned out that all I needed was more Paragon points and some better gear.
The screenshot at the top of this blog shows what Chapter IV looks like after a player completes it. The screenshot also shows the prizes earned by players who completed Chapter IV of the Season Journey.
I was intending to transmog her gear into a better looking outfit, but wasn’t ready yet. I was waiting to find some really good gear that she would be using for a long time before doing that.
Penchant for Enchants: Replace a property on an item with Enchanting at the Mystic. Enchanting is very useful for replacing an unwanted primary affix on a near-perfect item.
Key Decisions: Slay Odeg the Keywarden at level 70 on Torment I difficulty or higher. Odeg the Keywarden can be found in Act I in the Fields of Misery.
Key Wee: Slay Sokahr the Keywarden at level 70 on Torment I difficulty or higher. Sokahr the Keyharden can be found in Act II in the Dahlgur Oasis.
Keeping It Low Key: Slay Xah’Rith the Keywarden at Level 70 on Torment I difficulty or higher. Xah’Rith the Keywarden can be found in Act III in Stonefort.
The Key To Success: Slay Nekarat the Keywarden at level 70 on Torment I difficulty or higher. Nekarat the Keywarden can be found in Act IV in the Gardens of Hope 2nd Tier.
I’m On Fire: Slay the Butcher, Belial, Azomdan, Diablo or Malthael on Torment I difficulty or higher. Some legendary and class sets can only drop in Torment I difficulty or higher.
Cubed: Extract a Legendary power using Kanai’s Cube. Kanai’s Cube can be found in Act III in The Ruins of Sescheron.
Great Expectations: Reach Greater Rift Level 10 Solo. Greater Rift Keystones drop from Rift Guardians in Nephalem Rifts.
Up All Night To Get Lucky: Equip all Inventory slots with legendary items that have a minimum required level of 70.
Season Journey (Chapter IV) COMPLETE!
Players that complete Chapter IV of the Season Journey earn a pet as a reward.
Players that complete Chapter IV of the Season Journey also earn a special Portrait Frame.
The rewards do not automatically appear. Players need to use the Wardrobe (that is near the Mystic) and manually equip the new rewards in order to use them.
The pet is called a Frost Hound. You can find her in the tab marked Pets. The description of pets says: Helpful creatures that follow you around lending moral support. They don’t fight and they don’t die.
The description of the Frost Hound says: She can keep cool, even in the Burning Hells.
This is what the Frost Hound looks like as it runs behind a player. Compare its size with the villager and her daughter who are standing nearby. The Frost Hound is big!
The portrait frame reward can be found in the Portrait Frame tab. The description says: You braved the depths of the Season, and this is what you found.
This is what the Portrait Frame looks like in-game.
When you finish Chapter IV, a little award appears at the top of the list of objectives. It also shows that you have earned the pet and the portrait frame. This doesn’t mean you are “all done”, though. There’s more! A new set of objectives appears, under the title “Slayer”.
Not long after I finished Chapter IV, I transmogged Zena the Barbarian’s armor. She’s now wearing the “set” that players earned by hitting Level 70 in Seasons 1, 2, and 3 (with the exception of the helm that I forgot to transmogg after swapping the transmogged one out for better gear.) She also has the Season 3 Pennant equipped. The Frost Hound is a good sized pet for a Barbarian.