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The Diablo book series refers to novels set in the universe of Diablo in Sanctuary.


These are the titles of the books in order of publication date.

  1. Demonsbane published 2000 by Robert B. Marks
  2. Legacy of Blood published 2001 by Richard A. Knaak
  3. The Kingdom of Shadow published early 2002 by Richard A. Knaak
  4. The Black Road published late 2002 by Mel Odom
  5. Birthright published 2006 by Richard A. Knaak
  6. Moon of the Spider (novel) published 2006 by Richard A. Knaak
  7. Scales of the Serpent published early 2007 by Richard A. Knaak
  8. The Veiled Prophet (Novel) published late 2007 by Richard A. Knaak
  9. The Order published May 2012 by Nate Kenyon
  10. Heroes Rise, Darkness Falls published November 2012 by various authors
  11. Storm of Light published 2014 by Nate Kenyon
  12. Morbed published 2014 by Micky Neilson

In 2008, the first 4 stories were compiled into Diablo Archive.


In addition to the novels, two comic volumes were also produced, which are in order:

  1. Tales of Sanctuary published 2001, written by Dave Land and Phil Amara, art by Francisco Ruiz, coloring by Trevino & Carreno
  2. Sword of Justice published 2011, written by Aaron Williams and illustrated by Joseph Lacroix


Non-novel books were also released:

  1. Deckard Cain's Journal published online in ?
  2. Writings of Abd al-Hazir published online in ?
  3. Book of Cain published December 2011
  4. The Art of Diablo III published May 2012 with the Collector's Edition
  5. The Art of Blizzard published September 2012
  6. Book of Tyrael published October 2013
  7. Stay Awhile and Listen published ?
  8. The Art of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls published March 2014 with the Collector's Edition

Proposed books

Robert B. Marks wrote three other books related to his previous work, but not officially introduced into canon:

  1. A Kingdom for a Sword published 2000
  2. Angels of Darkness, Soldiers of Light
  3. The Fate of Siggard unpublished sequel to Demonsbane

See also

  • Chronology of Novels, which presents them in order of in-universe events, rather than by publication order.