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Double Treasure Goblins for the Rest of Diablo 3 Season 22!

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There's more loot to be had in Season 22, as Blizzard have just doubled (most of) trasure goblin spawns for the remainder of the season!

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For the rest of Season 22, all Treasure Goblin spawns will be doubled. This means that each time you encounter a Treasure Goblin in the wild, they’ll be accompanied by an exact duplicate of themselves for two times the loot, chaos, and fun!

There are a few important details to keep in mind with this effect:

  • This does not affect goblins encountered via Bandit Shrines, Goblin “Rift” packs, or in the Realm of Greed.
  • Duplicate Whimsydale portals created by the Rainbow Goblin will enter the same instance of Whimsydale.
  • The Insufferable Miscreant is not affected by this buff; this is intended.

Need a refresher on the various types of Treasure Goblins and what they do? Be sure to check out our Game Guide 43 for more information. We’ll otherwise see you in Sanctuary!

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