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The ending of the main characters in the classic game Diablo II, only two of them have a good ending.



The Diablo series has always had a tradition that each generation of protagonists cannot survive to the next generation.


In Diablo II, the three main characters from the first generation, Aidan the Warrior, Jazreth the Sorcerer, and Moreina the Archer, become elite monsters. The warrior Aidan becomes Diablo himself -- He who fights too long against dragons becomes a dragon himself. These three heroes did defeat Diablo back in the day. However, human hearts are fragile and easily corrupted, which is why they ultimately fell. So, what is the fate of the characters in Diablo II after the completion of the game?


The game does not fully explain, only mentioning that Tyrael destroyed the Worldstone and that's the end of it. Other storylines can only be found in related materials. But it can be speculated that the main characters didn't have a very good outcome.


The Barbarian, who resides in Arreat Mountains, which was the main base in Harrogath in Act V of Diablo II. The Barbarians have been guarding the Worldstone on the mountain peak. There are also three Ancestors on the summit: Talic, Korlic, Madawc, who became eternal guardians.


After Baal corrupts the Worldstone, Tyrael had no choice but to destroy it. With the explosion of the Worldstone, the shockwave destroyed the entire Arreat Mountains, becoming what we see as Arreat Crater in Diablo III. Almost all nearby Barbarians were wiped out, including our Barbarian protagonist. Only a few Barbarians who were mercenaries survived and were among the first to awaken the Nephalem power after the destruction of the Worldstone.


The Amazon, whose official name is Cassia, returned to her homeland after defeating Baal in Diablo II and became a legendary warrior, highly respected by her people. She is one of the rare characters in the game who has a good ending.


After completing the game, the Amazon says: "When the Oracle foresaw the Exile of the Darkening, our warriors trained for millennia. And when I defeated Diablo, it proved that our ancestors' foresight was absolutely correct. But their prophecies did not end there. Many years later, the forces of darkness will return. And the Amazon tribe has long been prepared."

The Amazon tribe possesses a sacred artifact called the Blind Eye, which allows them to communicate across regions (Heaven and Sanctuary) and also predict the future. It is an artifact left behind by the Amazons' ancestors and an angel. Therefore, they predicted Diablo's conspiracy thousands of years ago and trained continuously during this time. This is one of the reasons why the main characters in Diablo II were able to successfully fight against the three Prime Evils.


In her free time, the Amazon Cassia participated in Blizzard's game "Heroes of the Storm". This is truly the same person!


The Sorcerer, whose official name is Isendra, is confirmed to have awakened the Nephalem power.


After completing the game, the Sorcerer does not die but becomes the mentor of Li-Ming in Diablo III. This great Sorcerer often follows her own path, even disregarding the orders of the mage organization (The Mage Clan), making her companions feel that she is becoming more and more arrogant. Isendra dedicated her life to studying elemental magic for the benefit of humanity. However, the Mage Clan, who was unaware of the truth, was always concerned that she would study forbidden magic.


Isendra planned to use her knowledge of elemental magic to improve the arid climate of the eastern desert region of Caldeum, but the magic went out of control, causing the deaths of many civilians. This caught the attention of the Viz-Jaq'taar Assassin organization, who believed that Isendra had been corrupted in her battles with demons, just like several of the main characters in Diablo I. Ultimately, the Sorcerer died at the hands of the assassins, who is the Assassin in Diablo II.


The Mage Guild and the Assassin Organization share the same origin, so assassins are very familiar with the methods of assassinating mages.


In Diablo III, Isendra has become a soul entity, and she has passed on the elemental magic she mastered to Li-Ming. Isendra chooses not to seek revenge on her behalf, so she does not reveal who the assassin is.However, during their conversation, Isendra reveals a horrifying truth: someone tampered with the release of elemental magic that was meant to improve the climate, causing it to go out of control.


The assassin is from the Viz-Jaq'taar organization and is known as the Order of the Mage Slayer. The assassin profession was established by the ancient clan of Viz-Jaq'taar, which is essentially a assassin organization founded by mages to assassinate evil mages who have gone astray.


In Diablo II, the assassin initially joins the protagonist's group in order to monitor the mage Isendra. However, during this time, she does not discover anything unusual, so she assists the protagonist's group in defeating the three Prime Evils and achieving ultimate victory before returning to the organization.


However, several years later, Isendra unleashes magic in the desert area east of Kehjistan, causing a significant loss of life. The assassin organization deems her to have fallen and assigns an assassin to kill Isendra. Melee combat has always been a weakness for mages, and it happens to be the strength of assassins. In the final battle, Isendra is killed by the assassin. Afterward, the assassin continues to monitor Isendra's pupil, Li-Ming. Li-Ming senses the remnants of Isendra's death on the assassin and personally avenges her master by killing the assassin.


The Paladin, after the end of Diablo II, did indeed return alive to the Order of Westmarch. However, in Diablo III, the fall of Westmarch is mentioned, which makes players feel uneasy. It is highly likely that the Paladin perished during this time. In Diablo II, the Zakarum Church was already in ruins due to the actions of Mephisto, with the High Council members including Kuir-Steel meeting tragic ends. It is not difficult to predict the fate of the Order of Paladins either.


The Paladin utilizes sacred magic granted by the High Heavens. Therefore, their method of attack far surpasses that of other humans.


The Necromancer (officially named Xul) successfully left Arreat Mountains and returned to Rathma before the Worldstone was destroyed. Xul can be considered one of the few characters in Diablo II to have a good ending. In the picture, we can see that the Necromancer has aged, indicating that he has enjoyed a relatively prosperous life.


During this time, the Necromancer took on a female apprentice named Lethes. She is a priestess of Rathma but is arrogant and indifferent towards other lives, relentlessly pursuing her own goals. Lethes does not feel grateful towards her mentor and instead believes that the Necromancer is trying to suppress her potential and has not taught her his true abilities. In the end, Lethes leaves Rathma. After the explosion of the Worldstone, Lethes obtains a small fragment of it, attempting to gain dominion over the dead with the power of the Worldstone fragment. Lethes attempts to summon the soul of King Leoric's wife, Asylla. However, in the story, Lethes meets her demise. But according to the Necromancer's intuition, she has not completely disappeared.


The Diablo III expansion, Reaper of Souls, mentions that the Necromancer faced a major setback after Diablo II, with almost the entire army being wiped out. However, it is clear that Xul is not included among the dead.


The Druid is connected to the Barbarian. The ancient king of the Barbarian tribes, Bul-Kathos, is the ancestor of the Barbarians, and Bul-Kathos' Barbarian companion, Fiacla-Géar, is the ancestor of the Druids.


The fate of the Druid has always been a mystery. After the Worldstone was destroyed, the Druid retired and has had no news for many years.





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