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About Diablo I
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Diablo is an action-adventure game developed by Blizzard North and released by Blizzard Entertainment in December, 1996.

Set in the Kingdom of Khanduras (located in the Diablo series world of Sanctuary), Diablo has the player take control of a lone hero as he or she battles to rid the town of Tristram of the titular Lord of Terror and his demon minions. The game was inspired by rogue games such as Moria and was initially planned to use claymation, but due to pressure from within Blizzard the game eventually ended up in 3D instead. Many of the features seen in the later games were present in Diablo I, such as several distinct classes, a multitude of skills, randomized items and dungeons, hordes of monsters, fast paced combat and multiplayer through Battle.net

Diablo was a best seller and following the first game's popularity an expansion pack, entitled Diablo: Hellfire, was released in 1997. The expansion pack was not developed by Blizzard but by Sierra Entertainment,

This was followed by a true sequel, Diablo II, in 2000.

Learn More About Diablo I • Learn More About Hellfire
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For all list of all new edits, click here.

26 July

  • Information on when quests appear have been added for all Quests.

July 25

  • A new page about Areas has been written.

April 4

  • All spell pages for Diablo I have been completed.

February 19

  • The final Monster pages have been finalized for Diablo I. Only images are still missing.

February 11

  • The Shrines page has been overhauled with a new table structure and added explanations.
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