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Blizzard Announces Diablo Loot Goblin Amiibo

The official Diablo Twitter account has proved that the dataminer who discovered that there would be a Diablo III: Eternal Collection amiibo was indeed correct. The account revealed today the Diablo Loot Goblin amiibo which will be available in December.

Where there are goblins, there is treasure to be found! Summon your own portal to untold riches with the exclusive Loot Goblin amiibo – available Dec 2018!

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      1. Yeah, that’s why I spotted it as Blizz’s work. I follow their gear shop. I’m just not a fan of a lot of their more stylized designs.

        Murloc amiibo though….. that I might have to get if it ever existed.

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    1. Well they just announced Wolf amiibo, so you can’t complain.
      I will buy one and place it next to my Fornite box, wolf and Fornite just fits so well together.

      Xxx

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      1. Omg! It’s you! I remember! I thought we got rid of you! I’m not even going to comment on “Jake Dauler” XD. Why didn’t you just pretend to be a different person? Please don’t troll me or I’ll just troll you back or ignore you.

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  1. Cool, now that’s out of the way up to porting Starcraft 2 and if that’s not possible give us the cleaned up Starcraft 1 HD

    And after that we want World of warcraft, hurry up !!

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  2. Lazy f***ing c****. It’s not an original design, it’s a reused Cute But Deadly Goblin model purchase on an amiibo base and painted in a different colour. The game is an old lazy rip-off effort, so the amiibo is in keeping with that.

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