History TearJerker / DiabloIII

23rd Sep '15 4:26:38 AM DesignatedNPC
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* Some of the NPC chatter in Bastion's Keep can be this. Some of the wounded guardsmen, for example, have lost hope after seeing their comrades killer, or apologize to their commanding officers for not being able to fight anymore, while others ask about their loved ones.

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* Some of the NPC chatter in Bastion's Keep can be this. Some of the wounded guardsmen, for example, have lost hope after seeing their comrades killer, killed, or apologize to their commanding officers for not being able to fight anymore, while others ask about their loved ones.
23rd Sep '15 4:23:34 AM DesignatedNPC
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* Some of the NPC chatter in Bastion's Keep can be this. Some of the wounded guardsmen, for example, have lost hope after seeing their comrades killer, or apologize to their commanding officers for not being able to fight anymore.

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* Some of the NPC chatter in Bastion's Keep can be this. Some of the wounded guardsmen, for example, have lost hope after seeing their comrades killer, or apologize to their commanding officers for not being able to fight anymore.anymore, while others ask about their loved ones.
23rd Sep '15 3:03:36 AM DesignatedNPC
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* Some of the NPC chatter in Bastion's Keep can be this. Some of the wounded guardsmen, for example, have lost hope after seeing their comrades killer, or apologize to their commanding officers for not being able to fight anymore.
-->'''Wounded Guardsman:''' Where's my family? ''Why won't anyone tell me where my family is?''
13th Dec '14 2:49:12 PM Quanyails
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* An event in Reaper of Souls, where the spirit of a woman appeals to you to put her husband's soul to rest. Much like in Act 1 you get a small speech where their restless spirits have been placated, and are ready to move on...until a Death Maiden appears, and turns them into Revenants, and takes center stage to fight you. It just serves to show how dire the situation is, that not even the dead are safe.

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* An event in Reaper ''Reaper of Souls, Souls'', where the spirit of a woman appeals to you to put her husband's soul to rest. Much like in Act 1 you get a small speech where their restless spirits have been placated, and are ready to move on...until a Death Maiden appears, and turns them into Revenants, and takes center stage to fight you. It just serves to show how dire the situation is, that not even the dead are safe.
11th Nov '14 5:25:02 PM ExiledDave
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* Another mother appears midway through Act V, calling for her children, who apparently are playing somewhere else. Her carefree demeanor sounds out of place from the beginning and when her children aren't coming back, you get the feeling there might be something very wrong. The whole thing ends with the woman asking the protagonist to pass along a message to her children should they see them. The protagonist simply agrees. It's never spelled out, but it doesn't take a lot of imagination [[DeadAllAlong to see what's going on]]...
* The [[spoiler:falling out between the Nephalem and Tyrael after Maltheal's defeat. Tyrael attempts to congratulate them, only for the Nephalem to cut him off and bitterly [[WhatTheHellHero call him out]] for never having done anything to combat Heaven's corruption until it became convenient for him, how everything the Nephalem thought they knew about Heaven was a cruel lie, and how Tyrael "used" them before storming off.]]
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* Another mother appears midway through Act V, calling for her children, who apparently are playing somewhere else. Her carefree demeanor sounds out of place from the beginning and when her children aren't coming back, you get the feeling there might be something very wrong. The whole thing ends with the woman asking the protagonist to pass along a message to her children should they see them. The protagonist simply agrees. It's never spelled out, but it doesn't take a lot of imagination [[DeadAllAlong to see what's going on]]...
* The [[spoiler:falling out between the Nephalem and Tyrael after Maltheal's defeat. Tyrael attempts to congratulate them, only for the Nephalem to cut him off and bitterly [[WhatTheHellHero call him out]] for never having done anything to combat Heaven's corruption until it became convenient for him, how everything the Nephalem thought they knew about Heaven was a cruel lie, and how Tyrael "used" them before storming off.]]
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15th Sep '14 4:37:01 PM SomeNewGuy
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* The [[spoiler:falling out between the Nephalem and Tyrael after Maltheal's defeat. Tyrael attempts to congratulate them, only for the Nephalem to cut him off and bitterly [[WhatTheHellHero call him out]] for never having done anything to combat Heaven's corruption until it became convenient for him, how everything the Nephalem thought they knew about Heaven was a cruel lie, and how Tyrael "used" them before storming off.]]
11th Sep '14 3:20:20 PM Harco
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* Over the course of Act V, you can talk to a worried mother who desperately wants to make sure her son, who is in another city, is safe. She ultimately leaves Westmarch to find him, only to turn up again some time later; the caravan she was traveling with was butchered by brigands and she barely made it out alive by fleeing into the woods and hiding there for days. When you talk to her again, she sounds more broken and desperate than ever. Not making it better is that she suddenly disappears afterwards, [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse and you don't get to find out what happened to her or her son]].
* Another mother appears midway through Act V, calling for her children, who apparently are playing somewhere else. Her carefree demeanor sounds out of place from the beginning and when her children aren't coming back, you get the feeling there might be something very wrong. The whole thing ends with the woman asking the protagonist to pass along a message to her children should they see them. The protagonist simply agrees. It's never spelled out, but it doesn't take a lot of imagination [[DeadAllAlong to see what's going on]]...
14th Jul '14 12:36:46 PM TwoGunAngel
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** The young couple inside Bastion's Keep. One of them is a soldier who, in the beginning of the Act, begged his wife to leave the place and get to safety. She would have none of it. As the battle starts to turn in favor of Bastion's Keep, they talk about starting a family and the like. They're overjoyed when Azmodan is finally defeated. [[spoiler:Then he dies during Adria's betrayal. She stays behind in complete shock, always having believed that they would die together. And if someone had to die, why it could not have been instead.]]

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** The young couple inside Bastion's Keep. One of them is a soldier who, in the beginning of the Act, begged his wife to leave the place and get to safety. She would have none of it. As the battle starts to turn in favor of Bastion's Keep, they talk about starting a family and the like. They're overjoyed when Azmodan is finally defeated. [[spoiler:Then he dies during Adria's betrayal. She stays behind in complete shock, always having believed that they would die together. And she bitterly asks that if someone had to die, why it could not have been her instead.]]
1st Jul '14 8:48:51 PM Harco
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*** Before that, after you've have chewed him out several times, he still hasn't left yet, and he says he's not a coward; he just wants to live. There's something about the tone in his voice that strikes a chord.
24th Jun '14 7:11:32 PM Harco
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** The young couple inside Bastion's Keep. One of them is a soldier who, in the beginning of the Act, begged his wife to leave the place and get to safety. She would have none of it. As the battle starts to turn in favor of Bastion's Keep, they talk about starting a family and the like. They're overjoyed when Azmodan is finally defeated. [[spoiler:Then he dies during Adria's betrayal. She stays behind in complete shock, always having believed that they would die together. And if someone had to die, why it could not have been instead.]]
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