I think the third game, despite the many people who have complained about one point or another, is actually pretty decent.
But there is a plot hole that most people haven't yet realized: Why didn't Diablo just destroy Imperius, Auriel and Itherael? And come to think of it, why didn't Tyrael join the nephalem in the final battle against the Prime Evil?
Diablo himself told the player that Auriel was captured by Rakanoth...but what I don't understand is why Auriel was captured in the first place - if the demons were strong enough to overpower her and so intent on crushing the angels' Hope forever, why didn't they just finish her off? They must have known that there was at least a chance that she and Itherael would be set free...Read more >
If any of you hasn't seen it yet, the above video is the Opening Cinematic for Diablo III. But now, what I'm wondering is when exactly the video takes place. I at first of course just thought it was set at the End of Days, but then again, from what we know of the last Act of the third game, the High Heavens has basically been invaded by demons, and the Prophecy essentially says all the various members of the Angiris Council are lost.
Besides, the appearance of Diablo at the end of the video also makes it seem unlikely that the war between the Angels and Demons takes place after the game setting, as the player obviously has to kill Diablo eventually. And what is more, the Book of Cain mentions that Tyrael's physical form was destroyed when he …Read more >
According to this site: , Diablo possesses Tyrael, and then Tyrael invades the High Heavens and decimates the Angiris Council, before being slain himself by the player. I think this is messed up in so many ways...but then, after careful research of what has been confirmed to be in the game, such as Diablo being the final boss, and some images pointing to a setting in the High Heavens, I think this might be possible. What do you think?Read more >