Sideshow Unleashes the Diablo Statue – Pre-Orders Now Open
The devil is in the details.
Blizzard Entertainment and Sideshow Collectibles are thrilled to announce the premiere of our newest premium polystone statue: Diablo.
Sculpted by the inimitable Brian Fay (who also crafted the Arthas Statue released earlier this year), this menacing maquette stands at an impressive 22 inches atop a scorched-earth base, poised to battle any who might attempt to interfere with the Lord of Terror's nefarious plans.
Hand-painted and finished with unique edition numbers, the Diablo Statue is the latest tantalizing masterpiece in Sideshow's 2012 line. To see more images of the final piece or to pre-order this limited-edition collectible (slated to ship in Spring 2013 at a suggested retail price of $349.99), head on over toSideshow's website.
The way the Loot Thread of Awesomeness works is simple. Each week, members of the Diablo community are asked to share what rare and precious loot they've found within the depths of Sanctuary over the last seven days, along with the following details:
What Monster Power did the item drop on?
What was your Magic Find?
Who or what dropped it? (What creature, elite, boss, chest, or destructible dropped it?)
Your journey through Diablo III will lead you across a variety of environments. From corpse-laden fields, to festering underground passages, to windswept deserts and bustling metropolises, there are multiple different landscapes your hero must brave in order to thwart the advances of the Burning Hells. Each environment has its own charm, and (of course) tells its own story.
Here are just a few examples:
But what we want to know is, out of all these locations, which one is your favorite? Not taking gameplay into consideration and looking simply at the aethestics, what zone or area do you like the most? And more importantly...why?
Since there are so many environments to choose from across the entire game, we're going to break this question down into four polls: one for each Act. This week, we focus on Act I.