Diablo II: To Hell and Back

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Diablo II: To Hell and Back is a DnD module of Diablo II as a PnP RPG released in 2001 and authored by Jason Carl, Rich Redman and Mike Selinker.

Background[edit | edit source]

The front cover of the module.

This roleplaying game module is a supplement to Diablo II: Diablerie released as part of the Dungeons & Dragons 3 ruleset.

The book contains quests, adventures and monsters as well as rules for hirelings (the Rogue, the Desert Mercenary and the Ironwolf). It's possible to play this module without Diablerie, but more Diablo world gameplay is available when using both.

Unfortunately, the book was not very well received by fans, and is primarily referenced to as a decent book "for D20 system monsters" as it contains a lot of monsters from Diablo II.

The validity of this information, and whether or not is canon is unknown, but Blizzard have said all previous official sources of information are canon with the exceptions of any retcons.

Game Summary[edit | edit source]

This is what RPG.net has to say about it: [1]

A super-dungeon-crawl for use with the Diablo II rules for D&D. Includes every level level and all four acts of the computer game.
Notes on This Edition
192 pages.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

There is a Secret Cow Level for the roleplaying game as well:

Reference[edit | edit source]