Though the franchise is named after Diablo, the Lord of Terror is not the only of the Evils to stalk the surface of Sanctuary.
It's understandable if you sometimes find it hard to understand what the Great Evils of the Burning Hells are, and which demons are in that terrifying host, in the Diablo universe.
Diablo 3 left some pretty big loose ends that aren't getting tied up any time soon.
Here we are, four years after the launch of Diablo 3, and I'm still playing the game.
Last week we covered Diablo's plans for Khanduras and Tristram.
So we had a big announcement at Gamescom this month, and we know now that World of Warcraft is getting a big new expansion, Legion.
From this whirling nightmare, this bloated ruin of the first evil's corpse crawled the demons. The Burning Hells could in a real sense be said to be the blackened corpse of Tathemet itself, and at the center of the Hells lies the Black Abyss, from which rose the Great Evils. Essentially birthed from the seven heads of Tathemet, there were the three Primes -- Mephisto, Baal and Diablo -- and the four Lessers.
Despite the presence of Uldyssian and his followers, it was merely a chapter, a small one in a saga that links us from the creation of the world of Sanctuary to the present day. One cannot discuss the Sin War without discussing nephalem, for in a way, the nephalem are far more important to the cosmos than Sanctuary, Inarius or Lilith. More important than the Archangels or Prime Evils.