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Diablo 2 Expansion: Lord of Destruction - PC/Mac

by Blizzard Entertainment
Windows 2000 / NT 4 / XP, Mac
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews) 87 / 100

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  • Two new character classes (the Assassin and the Druid) each with 30 unique skills/spells
  • One new Act set in the Barbarian Highlands
  • Many new monster types, including bosses and uniques
  • Interactive environments such as siege towers and fortified battlements

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  • ASIN: B00005A3I8
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 25, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,607 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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New Characters: Assassin -- The Order of Mage Slayers was formed after the Vizjerei survived the tragedy brought on by Bartuc and Horazon. Their purpose was to watch for rogue magi that may become corrupted by the forces of Evil. To be effective at this task they were trained in abilities that were not conducive to Demonic corruption. Living as rumor and myth to the general population, even other magi knew very little about this mysterious order. Their reputation was shrouded in mystery and t

In the Diablo II: Lord of Destruction expansion for Diablo II, you will return to follow the path of Baal, the last of the Prime Evils, into the Barbarian Highlands of the north. Traveling with hordes of demonic minions, Baal intends to corrupt the powerful Worldstone, which protects the whole of the mortal plane from the forces of hell.

You will face a new series of quests and challenges to prevent the vile minions of the underworld from destroying the world of Sanctuary.

Diablo II: Lord of Destruction requires the full version of Diablo II. Players will be treated to an all-new, full-size act set in the Barbarian Highlands. Other features include new monsters, two new character classes (Assassin and Druid), a larger stash, new Horadric Cube recipes, support for higher-resolution graphics, and thousands of new magical items.

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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lord of Destruction (of free time and social life) August 30, 2001
Many people complain about the high price of the Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction (LOD) Expansion set. To do so, I think, is to miss the point. You buy the game to play it, and its playability is what matters. People tend to think that an "expansion" merely adds a "10% more" to a game - but the fact is, LOD adds so much to the original game that you will probably never look back.

Why would you give up a doubled stash? The 800x600 resolution pestered for way back in 2000 when D2 Classic was released? Instant switching between two sets of weapon/shield? New class-specific items, new uniques, greatly improved set items (gain bonuses as you collect each item, instead of having to complete them), elite items, runes (and runeword items), crafted items (i.e. make your own rares)? Two new classes (a druid who can summon creatures, cast elemental spells and shapeshift; an assassin who practises martial arts, lays traps and hones shadow disciplines), and an entire new act set in a wintry landscape (bunnies included)? Afraid to play alone? Don't worry, now your hirelings survive more than their first hit, and can be equiped with weapons and armour - they can even teleport when you walk too far! And some even have paladin auras! And they can be resurrected!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A *huge* addition to Diablo 2 gameplay July 22, 2001
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As much as I loved and was addicted to Diablo 2, the graphics just weren't there. When you killed a boss and little red pixels splashed everywhere, it made the moment almost laughable. Diablo's programmers took the many comments about the graphics to heart, and they did a STELLAR job of revamping them in this expansion.
I would have easily bought the expansion for the graphic upgrade alone - that makes Diablo 2 almost like an entirely new game, worth playing through all over again. However, they didn't stop there. There are 2 new races - the druid and the assassin - both of which I *love*. The assassin has cool attack moves that are great fun to watch. The druid can either shapeshift, or summon creatures, or control the elements. I love all three, but the elemental attacks are GREAT! This has become my new favorite character.
There are new monsters to fight, an ENTIRE new act with great graphics, tons of new weapons, even new Cube recipes to play with. And, in a move that other game companies should pay attention to, you can now have TWO sets of weapons defined (i.e. bow and sword/shield for example) and easily toggle between them. I've been dying for that in every game I've played!
It is really like an entirely new game, with the added benefit that you don't have to learn new keystrokes. I *highly* encourage any Diablo 2 lover to grab this, and if you don't have either one yet, treat yourself and get them both!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Listen To Stupid People. June 24, 2001
Just a bit of good advice.
Let's get a few things out of the way. First of all, Diablo II is not an RPG. If you're looking for a game like Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment or Fallout, look elsewhere. Diablo II is an excellent action game with RPG elements, and if what you're looking for is a hack-n-slash with varying levels of complexity, endless replay value and a huge internet following, this is the only game you'll need.
I've been beta testing the expansion, and to me the jump from Diablo II to D2X is similar to the jump from Diablo to Diablo II. This is a very good thing. The expansion totally refreshes the game, adding new items, new item types, new magical properties, two new character classes and an entirely new act.
This new act is about the length of Act 2, and I feel it is by far the most gripping and interesting act in the game. It picks up right after Act 4, and makes an excellent transition from Act 4 normal to Act 1 nightmare, or Act 4 nightmare to Act 1 hell. The areas are interesting, varied, beautifully drawn and populated by new and creative monsters. High quality items are dropped and experience is so high it's an ideal place to level up till you're ready for that jump to the next difficulty level.
With all the new magical properties and items, there are vast new equipment possibilities. You will now need to make decisions between certain properties including 'charges' of a class's skills usable by any class, self-replenishing throwing weapons, and armors that cast a spell when you're struck.
If you need a new cyber addiction, Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction is the first and last game you'll need for a long time.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It ain't broke, but they fixed it anyway June 25, 2001
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I lost most of last summer to Diablo II. I finished the game with every character class, kicked Diablo to Hell and back several times over and had a great time.
I didn't know what they could do to improve upon the game, and when I got a chance to play in the beta test, I figured it would be a little more story (wrapping up the cliffhanger ending of Diablo II), two more classes and that's it. Well, not quite.
Listed seperately, all the other changes to the game don't amount to much. Sure, it's neat to be able to swap between two weapons on the fly -- all of my characters now use bows in addition to up-close-and-personal weapons -- and the double stash size is also appreciated. I also really enjoy the no-longer-worthless hirelings, whom you can arm, take with you through the different acts and who gain experience as time goes on. But the cumulative effect of dozens and dozens of changes and improvements is to make the game feel signficantly more polished, challenges scale up appropriately (as opposed to the too-easy Nightmare and Hell modes in Diablo II classic) and the whole game experience much richer.
Sure, there's a fifth act, wherein the heroes chase after Baal through the barbarian highlands before he can tear down the wall that seperates Hell from the mortal realm. And it's got six new quests, the best yet in fact, and features NPC barbarians who fight with or without you against Baal's minions. For the first time, you're not walking into the aftermath of battle, but into an actual warzone.
And sure, there's two new classes, the shapechanging/animal summoning/elemental spell using Druid and the martial arts-using Assassin, both of whom are distinct from the five original classes and are more challenging and rewarding to play.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Good add on for great game, really enjoyed it.
Published 20 days ago by Norval A. Oliver II
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 3 months ago by Don Reynolds
5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo rocks.
Great expansion pack to D-2
Published 5 months ago by S A W
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Bought it for my older grandson he couldnt stop playing on it.
Published 5 months ago by Andy's
2.0 out of 5 stars Not good product
The product did not work for me, so there for I am not happy with this purchase. Would not refer this product to others
Published 7 months ago by Jennifer
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game
D2 is one of the best replayable games ever. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a simpler game to enjoy.
Published 8 months ago by v65
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The game worked perfectly, it arrived in a reasonable amount of time, I was pleased with it and I play it dailyl!
Published 9 months ago by gene leforge
4.0 out of 5 stars Diablo II Expansion: Lord of Destruction Review
Even after all this time, Diablo II still draws in fans. The Mods that can be used with this game makes it interesting and new. Thank you Blizzard for an excellent game.
Published 14 months ago by Daphne Donges
5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo 2 Expansion: Lord of Destruction
Actually I have not had a chance to play this game yet, so I can't rate it. I need to get a updated computer. It does not work on my computer from 1999.
Published 23 months ago by Jedediah Senkow
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