Diablo III, Diablo Lore 0 comments on Diablo IV: By Three They Come

Diablo IV: By Three They Come

Diablo IV takes place many years after the events in the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion. Millions have been slaughtered. Some people (who are part demon and part angel) are still there – trying to survive. It is only a matter of time before an opportunistic and powerful being steps in to take control of it.

Diablo IV: By Three They Come was released at BlizzCon 2019. It provides an intense, and terrifying, look at what to expect in Diablo IV. (At the time I am writing this blog post, Diablo IV has not yet been released.)

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World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft Classic 0 comments on WoW Classic: Odds and Ends

WoW Classic: Odds and Ends

Vaca and Neverlast had picked up plenty of quests, and even started working on a few of them. The time had come to finish up as many as possible and turn them in.

This involved a whole lot of running around, which can tire out any Tauren. We weren’t expecting the scenery to temporarily become just as discombobulated as we were feeling.

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Jen's Lore Corner, Podcasts 0 comments on Jen’s Lore Corner: Lore of the Prime Evils and Lesser Evils – Episode 017

Jen’s Lore Corner: Lore of the Prime Evils and Lesser Evils – Episode 017

Welcome to Jen’s Lore Corner, a podcast about the lore of the Diablo video game series. This podcast started as a segment on the Shattered Soulstone podcast. I decided to re-release those segments in their own podcast.

New content started with Episode 010.

In this episode, I talk about the three Prime Evils and the four Lesser Evils.

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Lore of the Prime Evils and Lesser Evils

The lore of the Diablo series of video games and books makes it clear that there are Demons that originate in the Burning Hells. While many are minions, there are seven of them that are noteworthy.

The three Prime Evils and the four Lesser Evils are constantly battling with each other in an effort to take over more land and minions. Each one wants to become the most powerful Lord of the Burning Hells.

Here is a brief look at who each of these very important demons are.

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Other Video Games, Seekers Notes 0 comments on Seekers Notes: Stationery Kit Collection

Seekers Notes: Stationery Kit Collection

Seekers Notes is a game where the player becomes the Seeker and tries to solve mysteries, finish quests, and locate lost items. The game has an interesting story line. (These screenshots were taken in 2018).

The very first collection the player must complete is the Stationery Kit.

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Book Reviews, fiction 0 comments on Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day – By Ben Loory

Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day – By Ben Loory

Stories for Nighttime And Some for The Day is, as you may have guessed, a book of short stories. One of them could probably fit into a single Tweet!

Each short story feels like a parable or a fable. I got the feeling that there was a lesson in each one, if only I could puzzle out what it was trying to tell me. This imaginative collection of stories refuses to hand the reader an obvious answer about what it all means.

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Cockatiels 0 comments on Curious Poses

Curious Poses

Morris and Marvin are very curious about something! Pepper is relaxing on the couch, unconcerned. Pinky is sitting in the door of the cage.

Photo by Shawn Thorpe.

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Cockatiels 0 comments on Morris on TV

Morris on TV

Morris found a way to get on top of the TV. He decided to sing a happy little song about it. In the background, another cockatiel is complaining and trying to convince Morris to stop singing.

Video by Shawn Thorpe.

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