Diablo III Story Spoilers @ G4TV X-Play Aug.15.2011

Bashiok informs Diablo III story details will be revealed tonight at G4TV’s X-Play.

Repeat airing at 11:00 p.m. PDT on @g4tv RT … on tonight’s 6:30PM ET @xplay we’ll get details on @Diablo 3’s story.

He also revealed or enigmatized (is that a word?) details surrounding the Enchantress and her Prophet master.

ProzenDragon: Is the Prophet the Enchantress claims to follow the same persona that Inarius used as leader of the Cathedral of Light?

Bashiok: “Talk to her and follow her story and you’ll learn some very interesting things about her Prophet by the end of the game.”

Not sure if this is the video — not really spoilers here.

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  • Mikeztarp

    Nothing to say about the story yet (plus I don’t want to know before I play the game!), so I’ll comment on something totally unrelated and useless.

    You piqued my curiosity with that word “enigmatized”, it sounds like the kind of barbarism a spanish-speaking person might do (you know, like “horrorized” instead of “terrified” :P). So I looked it up, and I did find definitions on a few websites, but it was actually the same definition everywhere, down to the punctuation; which means there’s only one source. My theory is that it doesn’t really exist, but some people invented it and decided to make it official – it’s a fine line between barbarism and neologism. xD

    Yeah, I can be a bit of a language geek. ^^