Historian of Westmarch

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Historian of Westmarch is a Campaign Act V Achievement. The following World Lore books must be read (worth 10 points).

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Journal Locations[edit | edit source]

Below are details of all the journals needed for the Historian of Westmarch achievement, where they are located and which quest, if any, you need to be on in order for them to spawn. The link below will provide more details if needed including how to farm for the journal.

History of Westmarch[edit | edit source]

Parts 1 - 7 are found in Diadra's Satchel in the Survivors' Enclave of Act V. [e]
Part Text Appears on Quest
1 Westmarch originally grew from the efforts of the great general Rakkis to spread his religion beyond the realms of the east. Seized by the superstitions of the Zakarum faith, he drove his paladins relentlessly across the barbaric western lands, subduing the uncivilized tribes he found there. Ulimately, he became king of them all. Abd al-Hazir Souls of Dead
2 Despite his superstitious views, Rakkis ruled as a just and fair king who was much loved by his people. He was succeeded by his son Korsikk who attempted to eradicate the barbarian tribes of the north. The line of Rakkis was broken when Korsikk's son, Korelan, died with no heirs. Abd al-Hazir Souls of Dead

Talk to the Mystic

3 After Korelan's death, the crown passed to Justinian I through a somewhat convoluted interpretation of Zakarum scripture. Thus began the Justinian dynasty. Seen as usurpers by many, the Justinians suffered nearly constant challenges to their rule. Finally, during the reign of Justinian III, a full-fledged insurrection broke out in the outlying region of Cartolus. Abd al-Hazir The Harbinger
4 The Cartolus Insurrection was led by a woman known only as Tyrra, who claimed to be descended from the Sons of Rakkis. This uprising was immediately seen as a war of the common man against the nobles and their Zakarum strictures. During the very height of the conflict, Tyrra seized control of Westmarch and proclaimed herself empress. Abd al-Hazir The Harbinger

After entering Westmarch Heights and then returning to town.

5 Tyrra's newly established rule over Westmarch did nothing to quell the civil war, which continued until she was driven mad and eventually killed by the plague. Cornelius, grandson of Justinian III and slave to the Zakarurn faith, used this opening to crush the rebels once and for all and become the new king. Abd al-Hazir The Witch
6 The Zakarum Church always held an unhealthy sway in Westmarch, even after the ascension of rulers more interested in power than religion. When the true nature of the faith was finally exposed, however, it completely eroded any influence the church had over civil affairs. And rightly so, I might add. Abd al-Hazir Battlefields of Eternity
7 Westmarch is currently ruled by Justinian IV. Originally thought to be a callow youth, Justinian came into his own in the years following his ascension to the throne. Rumors still abound about demonic activity surrounding his coronation, but I believe those are simply the product of overactive imaginations fueled by the ever-prevalent myths of the Zakarum. Abd al-Hazir Angel of Death

The Plague Tunnels[edit | edit source]

Deserter's Journal[edit | edit source]

History of Pandemonium[edit | edit source]

Discovery of Sanctuary[edit | edit source]

Nephalem Rifts[edit | edit source]