“Ears. If you watched the debut trailer for Diablo IV’s rogue class, that was your main takeaway — at least, if you’re anything like me.
“The rogue showed up to “confession” with a big ol’ bag of ears. The priest had a whole darn trophy case of ears.
“This might have struck you as strange — most regular people only keep one or two disembodied ears on hand at any given moment — but if you played Diablo II back in the day, you probably felt right at home.
“In Diablo II, ears were tokens other players dropped in PVP combat. If you killed somebody, you got an ear with their name on it, which you could sell for one gold if you were really hurting for money.”
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