Black Death (I think... I need to take a look in-game; this might be the wrong color-variant):
I haven't quite figured out how to get proper animations of the Uniques, such as the doom guard, Rustweaver.
As I said earlier in the thread, each monster-type has multiple color palettes; each one corresponding to a different variant of the monster. They do something apparently more complex for the Uniques, and I haven't discovered what that is, yet.
Ah, I love it! Thank you so much! How did you do that, by the way? I want to add them all to my computer, along with all the DII sound files that I have lol.
Well, I believe you use the same MPQ editor that I do, so...
Within your Diablo directory, the MPQ file you want is DIABDAT.MPQ. Make sure you load the listfile for Diablo (you probably have the one for Diablo II loaded right now, if that's the last thing you worked on) -- I'll attach it, so you don't have to search it out in the MPQ.
All of the sound files are .wav files, as with Diablo II. Just choose '.wav' in the little drop-down box to filter out all the other file types, and get to searchin'.
Edit: By the way... who's quote is this from the game?
"How much suffering, mortal, does it take before you lose your grace? Let me show you."
It's labeled as "Izual01" in the MPQ (see added attachment). But I don't remember Izual being in the original Diablo.
"The warmth of life has entered my tomb. Prepare yourself, mortal...etc".
Easy enough... (see attachment)
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The electric demons who throw lightning. They had a pretty cool death. The sound was so tight too.
The base monster is called a Red Storm. Trying to figure out how they named that one in the MPQ (for example, Wirt's files are denoted as "Pegboy"), then I can find the corresponding color translation tables (.trn file -- alters the normal color palette to give the different color versions of a monster), and sound files.