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You guys are thinking way too hard about this. To Blizzard's writers, the chief virtue is a gigantic fist. Gave away your plan? The good guy made a sick burn at your expense? Someone just logic'd you in such a way that to all means of reason, you should lay down your arms and surrender? Punch them in the face.Diablo and her (screw you, I love Sheablo) minions have lasted this long because they can punch anything that disagrees with them in the face. You see this tactic cunningly employed in World of Warcraft, as well, where Lei Shen, the Thunder King, punched the Zandalari Trolls in the face until they agreed to crappy minimum-wage guard duty for eternity.In Diablo III, only one hero is capable of standing up against the evil, the tyranny. Only one hero is capable of punching evil... in the face. That hero is you.
Hell I didn't even know the story, I played D2 just to troll around with a dual-javelin Barbarian build.
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I'm excited. For some reason this game just feeds me. Plus the new big bad seems very interesting, and I hope they don't screw him into a boring eeeeevil cliche like the rest, jerking themselves off at how unstoppable they are and whatnot.
And Gideon Emery is the VA for the male Crusader. My life is complete. Now I can hear Balthier/Fenris/Lor'themar wherever I go in this game.
SO THAT'S HOW I RECOGNIZED THE VOICE!!!
My enjoyment of D3 act V so far: my bestie and I cracking wise over Skype with in-jokes; going BWUUUMMMMMM whenever we see a Reaper, and remarking that we haven't seen the last of the Thieves' Guild ("Kingsport Blade sighted: Thieves Guild confirmed!")
I have NO IDEA what's happening in the story as a result.