Deckard Cain has been in Diablo since the beginning.
There's both Diablo Immortal and Diablo 4 guaranteed on the horizon, with a potential revisiting of Diablo 2's story in a remastered (nay, Resurrected?) version.
One title conspicuously absent from this year's opening ceremonies, and indeed from the entire BlizzCon schedule, was Diablo Immortal. Announced as the key new product at BlizzCon 2018, the mobile title attracted a broadly negative reaction from a community that had been first told to get hype but then promptly to rein it in.
We've already talked about how the story of Diablo 3 opened.
Last time, we talked about the story of Diablo 3 up until the hero who had come to New Tristram managed to destroy the Skeleton King and find the Fallen Star.
I've had people ask me for a round up of the plot of Diablo 3 for a while.
The demons of the Burning Hells have the Greater and Lesser Evils, but those seven dark eminences agreed on almost nothing, and as a result, the Hells have almost never been united to a singular purpose.
With their noses, of course.
Last week we talked about Imperius, the Archangel of Valor and de factor head of the Angiris Council.
Before the coming of the Nephalem, Imperius was the unquestioned greatest warrior in all creation.