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- "We live... AGAIN."
Players are required to kill Radament in order to complete the first quest of the Act, called Radament's Lair.
Though a noble member of the Horadrim in life, Radament the Fallen now serves the Prime Evils from beyond the grave. Bent on the task of reviving his own mummified corpse using the flesh of the living, Radament's corpse was mummified, like most of the other Horadrim, by replacing most of his internal organs with the organs of various animals. This was believed to amplify their spiritual power and help them in the afterlife, as well as enabling them to defend their tombs against robbers. Radament has taken up residence in the Sewers below the port city of Lut Gholein. From this hideout, Radament and his minions strike out at the unsuspecting townsfolk at night to supply Radament with fresh bodies, apparently in an attempt to revive his own corpse. Radament has claimed many victims, including the son and husband of Atma.
Both Drognan and Deckard Cain mention that Radament's full title is Radament the Fallen. The title might indicate Radament's "fall from grace" occurred prior to his death, or that he was well-known enough in undeath for his fall to be noted. Whether the decision to invade Lut Gholein's sewers was Radament's idea or if he was there at the behest of the Prime Evils (or Duriel) is not revealed. Radament shares a similar appearance to several other Unraveller type monsters such as Ancient Kaa the Soulless, leading one to believe that Radament's conversion to serving the Prime Evils was not unique, and many of his brothers now share his fate.
- "We live...AGAIN!" (Quote from Army of Darkness)
- (evil laughter)
- Despite being essentially a Super Unique Greater Mummy, Radament has a unique appearance, with a more human-like face than the other greater mummies. This may be due to his experiments in restoring his human physiology. Interestingly, the Diablo II manual's image of a greater mummy more closely resembles Radament than a typical Greater Mummy.
- His name might be derived from Rhadamanthus, the brother of King Minos and one of the judges of the dead.
- His name is referenced by the unique Ancient Shield Radament's Sphere.
- One of the Kanai's Cube recipes, Darkness of Radament, is named after him.