Hum ... Hate to be critical here but ... Really guys? Spoilers much? You put it right in the title ...
So, the two characters they set up as the "villains" of the cinematic are first and foremost driven by the protection of Sanctuary and its inhabitants? Sounds a lot like getting the Malthael treatment, though with a little luck we could wind up teaming up late in the story - convince the ancient beings that we can get things done with less human sacrifice and beat up the "real" bad guy together or something. Got to wait and see, I guess.
And to those that still come here complaining about 'Diablo News in a WoW site', just uncheck 'Diablo' option at the drop-down menu on the top of the 'All News' section of start page. About the article, dat mon in the video reminds me of someone from a movie, hmmm, can't remember who. He also reminds me a bit of Jon Irenicus from Baldur's Gate ha, that arrogant fool.One of his impacting quotes:
If Lilith turns out to help us instead of being a villain of D4 that would be a pleasant surprise but i just don't trust Blizz writing teams anymore. I guess we will wait and see...
IT IS NOT CONFIRMED!
Diablo is what made me a Blizzard fanboy. Loooong before I decided to pickup and play World of Warcraft. I was hyped to see this cinematic and I'm hyped for the game. Can't wait!
This reminded me of new zones added to Diablo 3 in patch 2.6 - The Shrouded Moors, The Temple of the Firstborn (https://www.diablofans.com/news/48913-first-look-at-new-diablo-3-zones-in-patch-2-6). Maybe this mysterious man is a member of cult who lives in that new zones from D3 2.6?
to be fair "evil" depends on the viewpoint . after all she is! the creator. it may be that some of the rituals look and/or are barbaric and gruesome but those were from a primorial time. it would be intresting and refreshing to have a diablo were the lines of good and evil are not as strictly drawn as it was befor.
it's "unfazed" there, not "unphased."
It confirms that Blizzard used the term "Rathma" to describe a cinematic asset.That is all.
Rathma or not Rathma, his voice in the cinematic is amazing. Anthony Howell voiced him. :)