The world is torn by war being made by Diablo, the demonic lord of terror from Hell itself. With his brothers, the Satanic manifestations Mephisto and Baal, Diablo wages war on the mortal ... See full summary »
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Paladin (voice)
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Amazon (voice)
David Thomas ...
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Carrie Gordon Lowrey ...
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Baal (voice) (as Richard Barnes)
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Deckard Cain (voice)
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Malah / Ancients (voice)
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Anya (voice)
Kai Vilhelmsen ...
Larzuk (voice)
Jonathan Stark ...
Qual-Kehk / Ancients (voice) (as Jon Stark)
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Qual-Kehk's Men (voice)
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Tyrael / Ancients (voice)
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The world is torn by war being made by Diablo, the demonic lord of terror from Hell itself. With his brothers, the Satanic manifestations Mephisto and Baal, Diablo wages war on the mortal world. However, holy warriors and rebels, along with the help of a celestial Archangel sent by Heaven, stand against Diablo and his malignant forces as they prepare to fight in the truly apocalyptic conflict. In the expansion, Baal takes over command of Diablo's forces as the end of the war draws near. Written by Flotis

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Several unique items from the game are re-used from the first Diablo, such as Veil of Steel, Harlequin Crest and Arkaine's Valor. See more »

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Qual-Kehk: We have lost many well-trained warriors to Baal's siege machines. Their range is great. Though, they are vulnerable if you close the distance quickly enough.
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The ideal expansion pack
1 July 2009 | by (Cape Town, South Africa) – See all my reviews

If you want an example of what an ideal expansion pack should look like, Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction would probably be it. This expansion overhauled the original so comprehensively it is inconceivable nowadays that someone would play Diablo 2 without installing the expansion pack as well.

For one the pretty ordinary graphics of Diablo 2 is improved to an acceptable level, and secondly Diablo 2 has added a considerable amount of additional content. Another Act is added to the storyline, 2 new characters are added that can be played from the start, numerous additional treasures and weapons were added and finally your character's stash size and weapons that he/she can carry have been increased. Even though all this additions have been made, they all contribute to better the game without changing the essence of what Diablo 2 is all about.

My only critique would be of the personal kind. By the time I installed the expansion, I have had my overdose of the hack-and-slash gameplay that Diablo 2 offers, and the expansion didn't manage to rekindle my flagging interest in Diablo. I just grew tired of killing the same monsters repeatedly just to slowly increase my skills and look for that weapon that's just that little bit better than I already had.

If you are planning to play Diablo 2, don't even bother to install the original without adding the expansion immediately. If you have played the original and liked it, I'm pretty certain you've already tried out & liked the expansion!


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