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A Container is a lootable object that, when clicked, will often chuck out some loot and will stay empty for the remainder of the game.
Diablo III[edit | edit source]
The most notable containers in Diablo III are chests, which are never empty. Examples of chests include:
|Chest||Bloody Chest||Resplendent Chest|
|Non-chest lootable containers|
|* container may be trapped|
Diablo II[edit | edit source]
Chests: The most commmon type of container. Chests sometime require a key to open.
Gold Chests: Similar to chests, but these generally give out more, and better, loot.
Urns: Jugs, urns, baskets, all these cultural artifacts can be smashed, often revealing loot.
Corpses: The bodies of fallen warriors often litter the areas you traverse, and can be searched for loot.
Unmarked containers: Some containers will not light up when clicked on, but may be clicked on regardless, chucking out loot.
Note that many containers will be trapped.