Diablo 3 Auction house, 22 months, of Irvine, CA, gave up the gavel at 3am on March 18th, 2014. The Auction House was born amidst a storm of controversy and raised the ire of the masses and the nations, but by the time it breathed its last, it had reached its way into the stashes and wallets of millions. It was the embodiment of a love-hate relationship; scant few were able to resist its promises of easy, cheap loot and thus a more rapid ascent through the halls of the High Heavens, but no citizen of Sanctuary can rightly say they’d never heard the name Auction House.
The dearly departed is survived by Kormac the Templar, the carousing-but-reliable rogue Lyndon, and the enchanting Eirena. Indeed, the Auction House was their sole provider, so in lieu of flowers, donations of not less than $39.99 are being accepted here.
Additionally, rumors of a distant cousin known only as “The Ladder” have recently emerged, but have yet to be substantiated. Anyone having evidence that can either confirm the existence of said Ladder or establish a relationship to the Diablo 3 extended family should be forwarded to Flux at this address.
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