Happy Holidays from the Diablo III Community Team


Earlier today the D3 community team posted on the D3 blog artwork celebrating the season wishing us Happy Holidays. Check out the awesome art below.

All of us on the Diablo III Community Team wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year! To share in the celebration, two artists from the Diablo III Development Team and one of our very own Diablo III Community Managers have created three new festive pieces of art to spread the holiday cheer throughout Sanctuary, and beyond!

Voodoo Holiday by Richie Marella,
Senior 3D Artist, Diablo III
“Season’s Wishes” by Kimberly “Vaeflare” LeCrone,
North American Community Manager, Diablo III

“A Bog Family Holiday” by Kevin K. Griffith,
Senior Artist, Diablo III

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To help celebrate, we’ve also prepared a Holiday Card Gallery, and we’ve also made this year’s holiday card available as a new series of wallpapers. Enjoy!

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As in years past, the community team will have a reduced presence on the forums, Twitter, and Facebook over the holidays as we unwrap our own epic loot and create new memories with family and friends. But fear not! We’ll be back in January to ring in the new year with continued updates concerning Patch 2.0.1, Reaper of Souls, and so much more!


The North Amerian Diablo III Community Team!
From Left To Right: Turrit, Grikimu, Lylirra, Nevalistis, and Vaeflare.

So from all of us here at Blizzard Entertainment, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season, and thank you for your continued passion for Diablo III!

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  1. “The North Amerian” ?

    • Also, Grikimu? 🙂

      Whenever I see Vaeflare’s name I’m instantly thinking about a more powerful version of the Flare magic from Final Fantasy. I guess I’m too far gone.

      Happy Holidays CMs! Don’t lose hope, there are nice people in the D3 community as well. 🙂

  2. lyria is stiil good looking, cool

  3. Wasn’t it an ester which cast megaflare. Was the ester called Bahamut? Long time ago…

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