The Broken Blade | Diablo III

Necromancer: They know where the next piece is. Their leader said it fell where only ancients may tread.

Leah: That makes me think of the Drowned Temple near the Festering Woods. I remember you telling me about it, Uncle.

Deckard Cain: Exactly, Leah. The temple was home to the nephalem. Leah, your knowledge could be invaluable. You must go and help our friend retrieve the sword piece.

Sword of the Stranger | Diablo III

Deckard Cain: Tell me everything you remember, stranger. Every detail.

The Stranger: Falling… fire… a sword of great power. It was… part of me, but it shattered into three pieces as I fell.

Deckard Cain: It is vital that we find those pieces. I believe the sword made whole will restore your memory.

Leah: The goatmen are rampaging through the fields. Could the sword have anything to do with that?

Deckard Cain: Of course, of course! Just as the dead rose around the Stranger, the sword pieces drove the goatmen to madness.

Necromancer: It’s possible. We’ll have our answers once I retrieve the sword.

A Shattered Crown | Diablo III Quest

Deckard Cain: The Skeleton King was once our beloved lord, Leoric. He was driven mad by Diablo’s evil.

He lost both of his sons — and his very soul — before he was finally defeated. Now it seems he’s risen to plague this land once again.

Necromancer: I’ll find a way to lay him to rest.

Deckard Cain: The key to defeating him lies in his old crown. Seek out our blacksmith, Haedrig; he knows of its whereabouts.

Diablo III Quests

This page will gather all of the core quests through Act I to VI in Diablo III; Diablo III: Reaper of Souls; and Rise of the Necromancer. As well as, gameplay videos of the campaign mode, Allies/Followers/Artisans/Townfolk NPC dialogues, and screenshots.

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act 1
1. The Fallen Star2. The Legacy of Cain3. The Shattered Crown4. Reign of the Black King
5. Sword of the Stranger6. The Broken Blade7. The Doom in Wortham8. Trailing the Coven
9. The Imprisoned Angel10. Return to Tristram
act 2
1. Shadows in the Desert2. The Road to Alcarnus3. City of Blood4. A Royal Audience
5. Unexpected Allies6. Betrayer of the Horadrim7. Blood and Sand8. The Black Soulstone
9. The Scouring of Caldeum10. Lord of Lies
Act 3
1. The Siege of Bastion's Keep2. Turning the Tide3. The Breached Keep4. Tremors in the Stone
5. Machines of War6. Siegebreaker7. Heart of Sin8. Cinematic: The Diamond Gate
act 4
1. Fall of the High Heavens2. The Light of Hope3. Beneath the Spire4. Prime Evil
5. Cinematic: A New Dawn

ExileCon 2020: Rhykker interviews David Brevik, Max & Erich Schaefer

Rhykker had the opportunity to interview the founders of Diablo/Diablo II and former Blizzard North members at ExileCon.

It was kinda awkward to see two of them onstage wearing Blizzard Entertainment t-shirts instead of Graybeard Games or Double Damage or Echtra, Inc. ones — the companies they founded separately.

Originally, Diablo was going to be a turn-based video game, but eventualy they built the technology that allowed them to play Diablo the way it turned out. They talked about how Skill Trees were introduced in Diablo, inspired by another video game with tech trees.

They answered questions for over 50 minutes.

Netflix Diablo Anime Confirmed

Up until now, the Netflix Diablo anime TV adaptation had been rumor, and semi-confirmed after Andy Cosby responded to my now deleted tweet that he was in negotiations to write the story for the Netflix adaptation.

For two years, this had gone dormant, but several websites are now echoing a really good find in Activision Blizzard Studios president’s Linkedin page that confirms the Netflix Diablo anime TV adaptation as currently in pre-production. No longer a rumor, still not officially announced, but now confirmed as true and in development.

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