BradyGames Diablo II: Lord of Destruction Official Strategy Guide includes complete coverage of ALL character classes-including the two new characters-their skills, strengths and weaknesses. A detailed walkthrough for the fifth and final Diablo II act is provided including explicit instructions for completing every new quest and defeating all of the brutal new enemies! A complete bestiary, items list, weapons, armor and spells listing for all playable characters. Plus, updated game stats on all character classes from the original game as well as the new ones!
This book (supposedly) provides info on the new features of the expansion set. The only really useful parts of it are the tables in the last part, and this does not work to those... Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2001 by Christine
An awesome guide! If you dont have the D2 one, get this one for your expansion pack!Published on Aug. 20 2001 by Michael
I would have to agree with the other reviewers when it comes to getting statistics and table-style information from this book. It's probably more useful to go to DiabloII. Read morePublished on July 26 2001
Most of this book is just a rehash of the Diablo II guide... did I really need 80 pages on the Diablo 2 classes, which everyone is already familiar with? Read morePublished on July 13 2001 by "mbison"
Most of the things told in the guide is easily found on other free sites. Also, you don't need this to easily figure out where to go and what to do in the game next. Read morePublished on July 9 2001 by Huntress Reviews
This guide is like any guide to a game, it has information about the 2 new classes and about the classes pros and cons and a lot more of course. Read morePublished on July 2 2001
Call me a completist. I've tried to collect everything I can get my hands on related to the Diablo series of games, so I HAD to get this book. Read morePublished on July 2 2001 by Bookdragon
I completely disagree with the review above. Sure you can get it all on internet sites, but this book has everything all together in one neat little book. Read morePublished on June 29 2001 by George Manso