Diablo II Easter Eggs


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==Minor Easter Eggs==
==Minor Easter Eggs==

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Minor Easter Eggs

Act Five Mercenary Name Change

This mysterious event is probably a 模板:Iw. It occurred when the D2 v1.13 patch was released in 2009. The patch.txt said that two Mercenary names, "Klar" and "Tryneus" were added, and when fans dug into the code they discovered:

In 1.13, MercX136 is called 'Klar', in 1.12 it was 'Weohstan'.
In 1.13, MercX135 is called 'Tryneus', in 1.12 it was 'Erfor'.

Blizzard has offered no explanation for this inexplicable change. There is some fan speculation that it's meant to set up some plot development in Diablo 3, but if that's the case, why would Blizzard do it like this? If Klar and Tryneus are important Barbarian names in the story of Diablo 3, why wouldn't Blizzard have just given those 2 names from the existing list of Act 5 Mercs? By putting the change into the patch notes they purposely drew attention to it.

Wirt's Corpse

Wirt was a one-legged, boy merchant NPC in Diablo I. He sold magical items, potentially with better mods than could be obtained in any other way, which made him tempting to visit. But he charged 50 gold just to see what one item he had, and since 99% of the time it was nothing the player wanted, and since Wirt was a long walk out of town, and since that 50 gold was a lot of money to a new player, most players developed a raging hate for the little peg-legged bastard. Wirt's corpse was found in the ruins of Tristram in Diablo II, as a clickable object lying on the ground on the west side of town (near where the bridge over to his location was in Diablo I.) When clicked, Wirt drops Wirt's Leg, a semi-unique item that's required to enter the Secret Cow Level, and a lot of stacks of gold in random amounts. During the D2 beta, Wirt's corpse dropped numerous stacks of 50 gold, to the delight of all long time Diablo I players.


Type /SoundChaosDebug in-game to hear a massive jumble of every sound in the game, playing all on top of each other. Type it again to turn off the noise. This isn't actually an Easter Egg; it's a debug feature left in the game from the development stage.

Play Diablo 2 Windowed

To play Diablo 2 in a window, add -w after the command line. This is not an Easter Egg, but it's a useful trick that's not well-documented.

Names and Shout Outs

Dozens of items, monsters, mercenaries, and other things in the game were named after Blizzard employees, friends, fansite operators, figures in the news, and more. None of these names affect game play or require anything special to activate them. They're simply interesting for trivia or general information.




Other Names


Many of the Mercenaries were named after Blizzard North employees or friends/family. A few were also named after prominent members of the Diablo fansite community. Not all the name shout outs are known or can be known, since many had private/personal meaning to individual Blizzard North employee. As such, this should be considered a partial list.

Act One Rogues

Full listing of Act One Rogue names. Many of the rogues were named for girlfriends, wives, or other relatives, but the relations have not been made public, so only a few can be listed here.

Act Two Desert Mercenaries

Full listing of Desert Mercenary names. The origins of most Act 2 merc names are unknown.

Act Three Iron Wolves

Full listing of Iron Wolf names.

Act Five Barbarians

The full list of Act Five Barbarian names is massive; by far the longest of any type of merc. Most are inspired by or taken straight from Norse mythology, but a few more shout outs appear here as well, for people who missed the cut to make it into D2C.

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