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"If we don't learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it, and nobody wants to read the same story twice."

Diadra the Scholar(src)

Diadra the Scholar is a historian of Westmarch.

BiographyEdit

"This disaster will make for great reading, someday! Provided that anyone survives to chronicle it."

Diadra(src)

Prior to the Reapers' assault on Westmarch, Diadra studied ancient lore. She wrote The Craft of War, and petitioned the crown for gold for excavations. However, she never received any. She was present in the city when the Reapers assaulted it, and provided advice to the Nephalem.[1]

After Malthael's defeat, Diadra wandered the world, but then returned to Westmarch, bringing back the secrets of Xiansai and opening her own workshop.[2]

In-gameEdit

Diadra ingame

Diadra at her usual spot

Diadra is found in Act V of Diablo III as an NPC, in Campaign Mode only. She is located in the Survivor's Enclave, behind her table.

The History of Westmarch tomes can be found in her bag. She will also lecture the Nephalem about the city and the kingdom if asked, as well as give advice on exploring the Ruins of Corvus and the Tomb of Rakkis.

She is referenced in flavor text of various items, including Helltrapper, The Ninth Cirri Satchel, Emimei's Duffel, and Bane of the Stricken.

She shares the model, voice and portrait of Kadala. However, the player will only meet them both in Adventure Mode (in Survivor's Enclave).

Personality and TraitsEdit

Diadra is one of the few women impervious to Lyndon's charm (and quite proud of it). At some point, she asked the Nephalem to tell the Scoundrel to leave the attempts to win her affection. Instead, she could be overheard fantasizing about Rakkis, imagining him as a man of unusual beauty and strength, capable of repelling the invasion of the Reapers.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Diablo III, Act V
  2. Diablo III, Bane of the Stricken
Diablo III NPCs
Act I
Adenah the Curio Vendor
Alaric
Arghus the Collector
Beleaguered Farmer
Brother Malachi the Healer
Bron the Barkeep
Captain Rumford
Crazed Hermit
Deckard Cain
Ghost of the Cow King
Ghostly Woman
Karyna
Kyr the Weaponsmith
Leah
Lloigor the Crazed
Marko
Mayor Holus
Mira Eamon
Nek the Brawler
Queen Asylla
Radek the Fence
Rodger the Alchemist
Sasha
Tashun the Miner
The Ferryman
Tyrael
Vendel the Armorsmith
Verrall
Virgil
Wandering Tinker
Warriv
Willa Rathe
Wounded Man
Act II
Adria
Aleran
Asheara
Caliem
Captain Davyd
Ghaine the Healer
Hakan II
Iron Wolf Jarulf
Javad the Merchant
Kadim
Larra
Leah
Lieutenant Vachem
Lugo the Miner
Mia
Mehtan the Necromancer
Nek the Brawler
Sadeir the Innkeeper
Silmak the Fence
Squirt the Peddler
Thadar
Tilnean the Collector
Tyrael
Zaven the Alchemist
Zoltun Kulle
Act III
Adria
Andreus the Healer
Botulph the Miner
Drian
Former Mayor Holus
Garell the Quartermaster
Halmin the Alchemist
Hansen Haile
Ironsmith Maldonado
Leah
Lieutenant Clyfton
Lieutenant Lavail
Lieutenant Merityn
Litton the Fence
Marta
Messenger Martyns
Nek the Brawler
Nikola
Private Mattius
Sergeant Burroughs
Sergeant Dalen
Sergeant Pale
Tyrael
Vidar the Collector
Act IV
Andreus the Healer
Auriel
Botulph the Miner
Garell the Quartermaster
Itherael
Litton the Fence
Nek the Brawler
Tyrael
Act V
Diadra the Scholar
Emily
Enkasi
General Torion
Guardian
Halbu
Halissa
Imperius
Isendra
Jamella
Kyla
Lorath Nahr
Master Crusader
Mehtan the Necromancer
Nek the Brawler
Patriarch Anisim
Powell the Miner
Tyrael
Zayl
Adventure Mode
Abd al-Hazir
Dane Bright
High Cleric
Kadala
King Kanai
Lorath Nahr
Orek
Quentin Sharpe
Skular
The Crazed Man
Tyrael
Urshi
Artisans
Covetous Shen
Haedrig Eamon
Myriam Jahzia
Zoltun Kulle (Kanai's Cube)

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