Diablo 4 Rite of Passage Guide: What to Inscribe on the Holy Cedar Tablets

Inscribe your sin on the Holy Cedar Tablets to complete the Rite of Passage quest in Diablo 4. Here's what to pick.

Inscribe your sin on the Holy Cedar Tablets to complete the Rite of Passage quest in Diablo 4. Here's what to pick.
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The Diablo 4 Rite of Passage quest will ask you to inscribe Holy Cedar Tablets, but what do you choose? This early quest is essentially your introduction to the storyline, which tells of the return of Lilith. Your character, a lone wanderer, reaches the wilderness of the Fractured Peaks, eventually stumbling upon the demoness’ machinations. Our guide will tell you what you need to know about what to inscribe on the Cedar Tablets to complete Rite of Passage in D4.

How to Complete Rite of Passage in Diablo 4

In Rite of Passage, you find yourself in the wilderness near the hamlet of Nevesk. You learn from the villagers about a rambling man, and you enter a small dungeon to face a demon. Once you return, you’ll realize that the townsfolk have been corrupted by Lilith.

After picking up a key from one of their corpses, you’ll visit the church, as well as a hermit’s hut, to find out more about your character’s role in all this.

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From there, you’ll head to Kyovashad, the capital of the Fractured Peaks. Your NPC companion, Lorath Nahr, tells you a guard that you need to pass. However, you have to complete a ritual. This is the Rite of Passage quest step that will have you inscribe your sin on the Holy Cedar Tablet.

What Should You Inscribe on the Holy Cedar Tablets?

Here are the options you can inscribe on the Holy Cedar Tablets:

  • Fear
  • Anger
  • Pride
  • Greed
  • Nothing but scribbles

So what should you choose to inscribe on the Holy Cedar Tablets? Ultimately, your choice here won’t necessarily affect your campaign, at least at this stage we’ve seen.

The guard will still let you pass, and you’ll earn XP for completing the Diablo 4 Rite of Passage quest. It’s possible Blizzard could make tweaks eventually, one where a particular demon will continue to stalk the player based on their ultimate sin. Until then, head over to our guides hub for more on the action RPG.

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