How did Lazarus destroy Diablo's Soulstone, and how was Diablo's soulstone later re-destroyed? It looks like a loophole.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk · contr).

Now that you pointed it out, it seems all three Soulstones were not complete. Each of them was either broken or shattered in some way. Mephisto's was shattered to seven pieces which were used transform the council members, Baal's was shattered by himself in his capture. And Diablo's, his was shattered by Lazarus to free him. Maybe a diabolical plan by the Prime Evils to weaken the Soulstones so they may corrupt it O_o Very good observation that :) So, it means the Soulstones we see in Diablo II are only fragments of the original ones, which must be quite big. "Fear me!!!" (f")f <-- MOBOKILL (Ramblings) 04:14, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
Actually, wouldn't Mephisto's Soulstone have to be in eight pieces, since one was in Tal Rasha?Outermost_ToeGot a question? 10:50, May 21, 2011 (UTC)
I thought Baal's soulstone (the one used in Tal Rasha) was separate from that of Mephisto's. Brainwasher5 (talk) 16:45, October 23, 2013 (UTC)

Strange sentence Edit

The page contains this sentence:

"Leoric in his journal[1] Leoric originated from Kehjistan.[2] "

Can someone clarify? I'm not sure what the original author's intent was here. Brainwasher5 (talk) 16:44, October 23, 2013 (UTC)

Fixed.--Hawki (talk) 21:19, October 23, 2013 (UTC)


"Where is "the Mad King of Tristram" used as a full title?--Hawki (talk) 07:17, May 10, 2015 (UTC)

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