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Incarnation of the Gods Thea Leveling Guide

Last Updated: April 18th 2024

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Welcome to the Incarnation of the Gods Thea Leveling Guide. Thea creates a Divine Realm with her Trait Skill. Within the Divine Realm Agility Blessings become Tenacity and while outside of it all Tenacity Blessings become Agility. Giving you easy access to high speed or defense with the flexibility to dance between them mid combat. As a result, positioning is key!

The leveling guide is intended to take your character to Level 80.
This is the last level with unlimited free respec points.
Be sure to check the final section of the guide for recommendations on how to transition into the Endgame!
Incarnation of the Gods Thea Leveling Gear Preview
Level 80 Hero Overview
  • Smooth progression
  • Very Powerful Set Bonus
  • Scales Extremely Well
  • Melee Levelling
  • Difficult to stack Blessings early
  • Low Damage Early

Check out the Complete Story Walkthrough for tips on how to complete the Campaign.

Treasure Troves

Treasure Troves are a way to super-charge your leveling experience. They give vastly more experience than regular zones and yield exclusive Legendary items. You need to complete each of them once for a Talent Point. For an easier leveling experience, you repeat the Treasure Trove until you're 8-10 levels above the zone, then rush through the next few areas. Follow your side quest to find the Treasure Trove locations.

Keep an eye out for the following Legendary items as you clear Treasure Troves.

  • New Ear Hills (L7): Look out for Pentagram Astrolabe, Lonesome, Rock Lizard's Skull and Glorious Journey.
  • Nectar Valley (L16): Look out for Omniscient Prototype, Boor's Iron Crown.
  • Dawn Avenue (L27): Look out for Scarlet Decree, Chain of Resistance and Omniscient Prototype.
  • Sanctuary of Solitude (L35): Look out for Lonesome and Pentagram Astrolabe.
  • Silver Sands' End (L44): Look out for Chain of Resistance and Scarlet Decree.
  • Hall of Grandiosity (L54): Here you should farm to level 60 to reach your next Hero Trait before completing the campaign. Look for, Sea Splitter, Boom Gloves and Boor's Iron Crown.

Leveling Tips and Tricks

  • Your first active skill slot (top left in the Skills menu) is your "Main Skill," this matters because many items and Hero Traits have effects that only apply to the Main Skill.
  • If you're ever in doubt of where to go, click the campaign quest on the left of your screen and a golden path shows you the way.
  • This guide assumes you get most of your levels through Treasure Troves and rush to the objectives in other zones for maximum efficiency.
  • When allocating Pact Points, prioritize Life first, then select Damage nodes until you fill the section. If you have leftover points, put them into Drop nodes as you begin farming the Netherrealm.
  • Complete all 10 Levels of the Hero Forge to unlock all of your Hero Trait abilities and gain 6 additional Talent Points.
  • All support gems become available from the Skill Shop at level 55. At this stage cross reference with the embeds to make sure you're set up for the Netherrealm.
  • In Chapter 3 gear you find comes with varying amounts of Energy, after changing your gear, be sure to go to the Energy Menu under Skills to reassign missing Energy.

Equipment & Stat Priorities

Main stats to be looking for while progressing the campaign

Look for these Offensive stats on weapons:

  • Fire/Physical Damage to Attacks
  • Attack Speed
  • % Physical/Fire Damage
  • Attack Critical Strike Chance
  • Critical Damage

Look for these Defensive stats on armor:

  • Max Life
  • Armor Bases
  • Life %
  • Erosion Resistances
  • Elemental Resistances
  • -x% additional physical damage taken

Core Skill

  • Flame Slash is an attack skill that produces a large number of flame torrents on Steep Strike. The number of torrents scales with the amount of Skill Area you have and can overlap resulting in huge damage. An Endgame alternative to Flame Slash would be Berserking Blade provided you convert all the damage to Fire.
  • Use Compound Source to quickly regenerate Life and Mana whenever needed.
  • The mobility skill is interchangeable depending on your current Main Hand weapon. Spiral Strike is the fastest option if you are dual-wielding Swords. Use Leap Attack if you are using Axes, Hammer or a 2 Handed Weapon.
  • Use Scorch on Elites and Bosses until you unlock Terrain of Malice.
  • Burst of Anger provides an additional attack speed multiplier and is refreshed on defeat.
  • Bull's Rage is the highest damage empower skill; it cost's a portion of life but grants additional Skill Area and Melee Damage. Use this over Burst of Anger if you're comfortable with the Life cost.

Leveling Progression

WARNING: The following levels are a guideline, you might complete the quest/unlock the Skill a few levels early, or a few levels later!

Skill Progression
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Passive Skill Progression
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Use the Embed to the left to follow along with Support Skill progression!

  • Level 1: Support Berserking Blade with Raging Slash.

Equip the following as you obtain them:

  • Level 3: Support Compound Potion with Residues
    • Use One Handed Swords as your weapon of choice to enable Spiral Strike. Until you acquire them, use Leap Attack
  • Level 7-11: Replace Berserking Blade with Flame Slash.
    • Support it with Increased Area
  • Level 12-16: Equip Resurrection Warcry
  • Level 20: You unlock access to all of your Active Skills.
    • Replace Resurrection Warcry with Scorch
    • Equip Burst of Anger
    • Bull's Rage is the highest damage empower skill, however it sacrifices a large portion of life. Replace Vulnerability and use a potion after every Bull's Rage if you want more damage and less survivabilty.
  • Level 22: Support Flame Slash with Added Physical Damage.
  • Level 26-54: Continue filling out supports on your utility skills. Now, the goal is to slowly add on Supports and Auras as you gain Energy and levels.

Level 55: At this point you have access to every skill in the game, continue to follow the embed shown as you gain more Energy.

To learn more check out the Skills and Passives Guide.


Incarnation of the Gods Thea Leveling Talent Tree
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God of Might

This tree grants, Tenacity Blessing generation and the ability to completely ignore enemy fire resistance with Fueling. Use Burnout until you reach level 35.


Once you unlock Sacrifice, your tenacity blessings provide huge bonuses to damage and skill area. Once you get this talent respec Burnout to Tenacity.


Further scales your Tenacity Blessings and grants 3 more with Rock and Legendary Medium Talent.

There are tons of different Talent Trees to explore, if you want to learn more about this robust system check out our Talent Tree Guide.

Traits, Relics and Memories

Hero Traits

Incarnation of the Gods Thea Leveling Hero Traits, Relics & Memories

Level 45: Might Flow grants additional Movement Speed for every Blessing you have whilst outside the Divine Realm. It also provides up to 16% additional damage when you cast the Divine Realm.
Level 75: Divine Realm Power provides +4% additional damage for each Blessing consumed whilst the divine realm is active. This effect can stack up to 25 times, effectively doubling your damage.
Level 90: Incarnation of God increases you damage per Blessing whilst standing inside the Divine Realm.

Relics and Memories

Look for any combination of the following stats on your Hero Relics and Memories;

Hero RelicHero Memories
Additional Damage outside the Divine RealmAdditional Damage outside the Divine Realm
Attack and Cast SpeedCritical Strike Damage / Rating
Increased damage for each stack of Blessing consumed by the Divine Realm% Movement Speed
Attack and Cast Speed

To learn more, check out our Hero Relic and Hero Memory Guide.


To learn more, check out our Pacts and Pets Guide.

The Netherrealm

Racing through your Netherrealm quests as quickly as possible results in you becoming under leveled for the required zones to progress further, stay within 3 levels of the zones you're completing to avoid a harsh experience penalty. Check out our How to Progress the Netherrealm if you're unsure of anything.

Here's a list of things to do while progressing the early stages of the Netherrealm;

  • Level 60, the Trade House is unlocked. Be sure to read and understand our Trade House for Beginners Guide before making any big purchases
  • Higher item levels of gear come with higher quantities of Energy. Look to improve your current gear with items that have increased energy so that you can use more Support Skills.
  • Utilize Prototype Crafting and Enchanting to greatly increase the power of non-legendary gear you come across. It costs very low amounts of Flame Dust and Flame Sand to lock 1 good affix in place and reroll up to 4 new modifiers.

Legendary Items


  • Boots of Sinned Fire grants a massive additional damage multiplier against ignited enemies. Swap from Added Physical Damage to Added Fire Damage so that you can ignite enemies.
  • Feline Gloves grants agility blessings on defeat as well as increased Elemental Damage per Agility Blessing.

Set Items

As you complete the Netherrealm you encounter Chaos Cards that provide a Set Item. These items are very powerful at a base, and provide powerful set bonuses. Be sure to farm the following Voyager's Commemorative Set Items;

  • Voyager's Commemorative Boots
  • Voyager's Commemorative Brooch
  • Voyager's Commemorative Cape
  • Voyager's Commemorative Cufflinks
  • Voyager's Commemorative Goggles
  • Voyager's Commemorative Pinky Ring
  • Voyager's Commemorative Strap

Continue the Journey

Congratulations on completing the Incarnation of the Gods Thea leveling guide! To continue your Endgame journey check our Build Database!

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