Some of the Rogues later evolved into the Amazon Faction, a Diablo II class faction known for their superior skill with bow and crossbow and spear and javelin weapons. They come from the Skov Islands, where they follow Polynesian traditions. The Amazons are known throughout Sanctuary not only for their martial prowess, but also for their philosophical beliefs based on balance and harmony. Their society, though primitive, emphasizes a balanced life, values intellectual pursuits and martial training. Amazons see fighting as an integral part of life, a necessary balance and a cultural mandate. This unique perspective defines them, making them one of the most important groups in the Diablo universe.
Their history goes back to the age of magic, a time of chaos and turmoil. The strict discipline of their order served as a beacon of order in a world teetering on the brink of destruction. The Sisterhood formed a bulwark against the forces of darkness, keeping the last remnants of light in a world shrouded in shadow. After the Dark Exile, the Thieves hid in the harsh wilderness of Westland, which became known as the Thieves' Camp. Here they fulfilled their sacred duty of guarding the sacred World Stone and guarding against the demonic forces lurking in every shadow.
The Rogues trained in their remote camp and mastered the art of the bow, enhancing their natural agility, speed, and agility. Their devotion to the Order fostered a deep sense of unity, solidarity, and an unwavering determination to protect humanity from the ever-present threat of the Burning Hell.
When Diablo, the Lord of Terror, unleashed his fury on the world, a daring villain known only as Blood Raven rose to challenge him. Unfortunately, she was corrupted by Diablo's influence, but her legacy lives on through the Amazon warriors, descendants of the rogue humans. Hailing from the remote island of Phylios, these fierce women continued the thieves' unwavering fight against the darkness, wielding spears and spears incomparably, a testament to the prowess of their ancestors.
Today, thieves and Amazons remain staunch defenders of humanity, the embodiment of their Order's indomitable spirit, and their history a testament to sacrifice and survival in the unforgiving world of Sanctuary.
Blood Raven | Moreina
Amazons, on the other hand, originate from the tropical islands of Skova in the twin seas. Filled with thick jungles, ancient temple cities and sunny beaches, the Skova Islands are a stark contrast to the rugged lands to the west. Ruled by an all-female council known as the Askari, the Skova Islands are a female-dominated empire, and female militancy is highly valued. Both the geography and culture of their homeland greatly influenced the fearless nature and skilled fighting skills of the Amazons. The labyrinthine jungle environment fostered the Amazon's mastery of traps, guerilla warfare, spears and bows in pursuit of peace and justice. The different geographical identities of the Successors and Amazons are crucial in shaping their cultures, fighting styles, and roles in the larger Diablo universe.
Legacy and Impact
They continue to inspire generations of women and their legacy remains strong. The influence of the Rogues/Amazons continues to permeate the Diablo universe, influencing thought, culture, and warfare. They are models of strength and wisdom that shape the world of Sanctuary.