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- 9/9/2012 1:59:56 PM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/9/2012 1:55:31 PM
I have no idea what these books arePosted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:55:09 PM
I dont agreePosted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:54:46 PM
Did they release information on an expansion?Posted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:54:24 PM
Posted in: Lore & Storyline
That sounds about rightQuote from beetfunchic
I apologize in advance for derailing a bit here, but in case Adria wasn't Belial, but someone who had done a deal with him (Lilith?)
it would actually make more than a bit sense. See, Lilith has a history of portraying female characters to further her own goals and influence others. I could be wrong here, but one motivation for her to plot this could be that she could free Inarius from Hell now that Primes and Lessers are gone or prisoned inside the Black Soulstone.
I'm pretty sure the expansion will have something to do with a jungle setting, since there wasn't a jungle environment in Diablo 3.
Also, the witch doctors originate from jungle and their "religion" has mostly to do with this "unformed land" or Abyss wherein it is assumed that Leah's soul is now. Leah could be the only one who has information on Adria's coming plans.
It should also be noted that some things are really weird in the story and that could have multiple meanings which are not thoroughly clear: Tyrael disappears when you go to heaven, he is said to be feeling guilty of causing the death and destruction and that he was feeling weak - is this the true reason? What did Adria do to Tyrael when she held him in her demonic grip atop the Bastion's keep?
Diablo struck trough Imperius. This could be the single most important thing happening in Diablo 3. Diablo struck trough the pride of Heaven and powerfully mocks the Angelic Host and it's most prominent member. Even if Diablo get's cast down from heaven, the victory over Imperius may actually be his most important goal since he succeeds in infuriating Imperius and turning him against humans. What else did Diablo do to Inarius? Did he somehow turn him into something else? Wrath? Hatred? Did he somehow insert Mephisto inside him?
We also catch a glimpse of a man totally skinned and mutilated and strewn across some sort of horrible torturing device, maybe?
This happens during the Black Soulstone cinematic, when Leah reads the book. Who is this character? It just struck me odd that there never was any indication of what this was, aside from it being gruesome and horrifying. Maybe this character is Inarius? The angel which was cast down from heaven and turned to demons for his "crimes" against creation.. He has suffered for his "crimes" in hands of demons for centuries.. mutilated, tortured... and so on.
If Belial/Adria wants to use Nephalem to their own ends and Imperius/Wrath wants to destroy them, maybe Inarius still holds to his views about his children: that they are not to be used by Heaven and Hell and not to be destroyed. Maybe he could save the Nephalem somehow? Inarius was the only one who actually found out how to use the worldstone to create the Sanctuary with Lilith.
The most prominent weird thing about the whole Diablo 3 campaign is the simplicity and transparency of Belial's lies like stated elsewhere. It's so easy to spot and so aimless that the true goal must have been hidden like this theory suggests.
Eagerly awaiting for some answers. Hopefully they will restore the Diablo lore to it's former glory instead of trampling the whole thing under the weight of hasty and hamfisted teen-friendly lore.
9/9/2012 1:54:01 PM
sounds greatPosted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:53:34 PM
intrestingPosted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:53:15 PM
Maybe.... Maybe not.Posted in: Lore & Storyline
9/9/2012 1:52:46 PM
how often do we have to be on?Posted in: Guilds and Clans
9/9/2012 1:52:06 PM
pretty coolPosted in: Fan Fiction
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