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When entering a new level bold red text appears on the screen, informing the player of their location.
Levels vary greatly in size and importance; some are visited constantly and full of important monsters, valuable treasures, and crucial quest items, while others are small, obscure, or entirely ignored and neglected.
Characters in the same party must be in the same level to share experience and gold picked up. This sharing is based entirely on the level, not the distance. It's possible to be less than half a screen from another character, and if they've crossed over the boundary to another level nothing will be shared. The same is true in reverse: If two characters are multiple screens apart but in the same level, everything will be shared normally.
Click the individual levels for more information about that area, including screenshots, monster types found there, individual levels, waypoints, gold chests, and more.
|Levels of Act I [ ]|
|Levels of Act II [ ]|
|Levels of Act III [ ]|
|Levels of Act IV [ ]|
|Levels of Act V [ ]|
Pandemonium Event. These can only be accessed on the realms, in v1.11, and not at all in single player. These areas are identical to areas found elsewhere in the game, are non-random in layout, and are occupied only by the various Uber Monsters. The levels are:
|Levels of Diablo II - Acts - Towns - Waypoints [ ] Diablo II: Act I Act II Act III Act IV LoD: Act V|
|Act I - Quests [ ]|
|Act II - Quests [ ]|
|Act III - Quests [ ]|
|Act IV - Quests [ ]|
|Act V - Quests [ ]|
Note: The Pandemonium Event