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Hey guys,

(i'm new here)

Anyway i was playing D2 and i came across some black army scouts or whatever they are called & they had this big ball of fire with them wich had tentacles, when i tried to approach it a voice said "i wouldn't get close to that if i were you"...
there seems to be a pentagram/book near... and i don't dare approaching it...

What happens if u get close?
Any info on this?

It was near the mines that i found this (i'm lvl 11)

greetings

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Ignore the voice. Use the book.

Remember you can always save before trying something for the first time. If you don't like the outcome, reload and do something else. smile

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allright, so nothing happens if i get too close?
i know i can reload when saving its just that im too scared to approach it...
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Approaching it does nothing in and of itself. When you read the book, it summons a couple enemies. Read the book, kill the enemy, read it again, rinse and repeat until you get to the final enemy and you get a pretty nice reward from what I remember.

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Originally Posted by ForkTong
And if life were a horror movie, you'd never take a shower. So take a leap smile


You make it sound like all gamers have bad hygiene grin

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ForkTong's comment has nothing to do with hygiene. He's referring to the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Psycho!"
Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, 1960


I'd like to close by quoting Bellegar's famous last rhyme:

"Cursed be the mother that bred thee!
The wench must have been a hell-spawned banshee!"
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Shaver, naturally. And even if it wasn't a direct reference it has become a common trope in the horror genre. Obviously my joke went unappreciated :P


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