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Diablo I chat icons
The following are the various icons that appear next to usernames in the Battle.net chatroom.
Diablo players appear with a portrait representing their character class.
|No dots means no difficulty completed.|
|Normal difficulty completed.|
|Nightmare difficulty completed.|
|Hell difficulty completed.|
|Since Diablo Spawn only allows Warriors, this|
is how they appear to other Diablo Spawn players.
|User connected to Battle.net through|
non-normal means, i.e. not using a game.
|Appears in Diablo Spawn,|
indicating a Diablo Retail user.
|User playing the Spawned version of Diablo.|
|User playing StarCraft.|
|User playing StarCraft Shareware.|
|User playing StarCraft Japanese.|
|User playing StarCraft: Brood War.|
|User playing Warcraft II.|
|User playing Diablo II.|
|User playing Diablo II: Lord of Destruction.|
|User playing Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos.|
|User playing Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.|
The following appear to the right of usernames, indicating their ping.
|Unable to play games.|
The following appear in other games, representing Diablo players.
|Unused Diablo II avatars.|
Presumably to represent Diablo 1
players of the other classes.