Starcraft Easter Egg - Diablo Sounds

Find a Protoss Observer that you control.
Keep clicking on it.
Soon you will hear some of the characters from diablo speak in the static.

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Contributed By: SuBz on 09-07-1999
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nightsound writes:
It is a good day to die is also a very famous line from Star Trek TNG. Worf says it - "It is a good day to die, but the day is not yet over"
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Jonathan Tu writes:
Bob Mallis: ROFL! :) FYI: the voice of the science vessel belongs to Mr. Burns.
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Bob Mallis writes:
The quote was Crazy Horse. Worf! C'mon, read a little!
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I believe that in Flatliners, the line was actually "Today is a good day to die", which paraphrases Crazy Horse. In Bladerunner, it was 'Time to die'.
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Actually, in the Brood Wars expansion of starcraft the Protoss Corsair also says: "It is a good day to die" when it is made.
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Apollyon writes:
Actually, it was first used in Bladerunner.....remember, there you go.
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Alleria writes:
otacon, hon, Flatliners isn't the first place that comes from. Crazy Horse, a man who is very well known, or at least he should be considering the impact he had on American history, said that... LONG before Flatliners ever came out. While I love the movie, and Keiffer's hot... it was originally said by Crazy Horse, it was his war cry "Hoka Hey! It is a Good Day to die!"
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Powerlord writes:
The same unit will also play a clip from the Warcraft II hidden son "I'm a Medieval Man" if clicked enough.
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Le Despote writes:
Yep, and in the Brood War expansion set, when you produce a Corsair, his greeting line ("It is a good day to die") is the invincibility cheat for War Craft II !
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Feedback4 writes:
Come on, it's a well used Quote.
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STALKER writes:
In "Little Big Man," a movie with Dustin Hoffman, "it is a good day to die" is one of the most memorable lines.
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otacon writes:
actually, it was flatliners that 'good day to die comes from'. and jon tu get a life! We know the science vessel is Mr burms.
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Roudwolf writes:
Diablo is the name of the game is not french is spanish, diabolo is italian, and the line "is a good day to die" was said by crazy horse, and quoted in flat-liners, but it was a war cry before war in the crazy horse tribe before the white man came to america.
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You use it by hitting 1-5 in the right hand numpad.
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"Time to die." Is also used in diablo F.Y.I
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Maelstrom writes:
Well.. actually that translation is wrong. Twin Wheels would be Di Abolo ... where ''Di'' means dual, double, twin, etc.. and Abolo is Wheel. Diablo is spanish for Devil, Satan.
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J writes:
actually, that was not first used in blade runner, i cant place the name right now but i know it was used by someone a while ago, way before bladerunner was a idea, hence, bladerunner isnt the first to use "today is a good day to die"
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TheOtaku writes:
Wasn't it also a klingon saying in star trek? i think it was one of the movies.
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DJG writes:
Actually, DIABLE is DEVIL. DIABOLO actually means TWIN WHEEL (?!?!?!?!). Go to http://uk.altavista.com for a translator! It's good! DJG
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gro writes:
come on, diabolo is greek except the greeks pronounce the b as a v sound- the word is also in ancient greek which is.. well.. ancient so it must be right
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