Diablo 4 is an action role-playing game that will captivate the fans of the action role-playing game franchise.

At the center of Blizzard Entertainment’s latest installment is Lilith, the enigmatic Daughter of Hatred. Known for her malevolent power and captivating presence, Lilith’s appearance in the game adds a new layer of darkness and intrigue to the series.

Before embarking on your perilous adventure, you should familiarize yourself with the rich history and mysterious origins of the dark entity that looms over Sanctuary.

Everything you need to know about Lilith

Origin and background

Diablo 4's Inarius and Lilith looking over the Nephilim
Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Lilith is an integral part of the Diablo lore, making her first appearance in the Diablo 2 expansion, Lord of Destruction. In the twisted universe of Diablo, she is depicted as the Queen of Succubi and the Mother of Sanctuary.

She is the daughter of Mephisto, the Lord of Hatred, and the sister of Lucion and Lucifron, the other two Prime Evils. However, she holds a unique position among the denizens of the Burning Hells.

Unlike her brothers, Lilith was banished by her family due to her rebellious and independent nature. As a result, she created her own faction of Succubi, a demonic race that embodies both seduction and terror. 

Tired of the endless war between the High Heavens and Burning Hells, Lilith partnered with the rogue archangel Inaruis to create a safe haven for angels and demons looking to escape the conflict.

By using a powerful artifact known as the World Stone, they created Sanctuary. The union between angels and demons also led to the birth of the Nephalem, a new race that had powers from both factions.

As the Nephalem’s power grew, the angels and demons worried they would be surpassed, leading to new conflict in Sanctuary. Inarius prevented an all-out war between the factions in Sanctuary. But Lilith took it upon herself to eradicate those who threatened the Nephalem.

This caused Inarius to banish Lilith from Sanctuary and tinker with the World Stone to weaken the Nephalem. As centuries passed, the Nephalem evolved into the human race. Finally, after years of imprisonment, a cult devoted to the Daughter of Hatred broke Lilith out and opened the door for her return to Sanctuary.


Lilith possesses a diverse range of formidable powers, making her a force to be reckoned with in the Diablo universe. As the Queen of Hatred, she can manipulate and corrupt emotions, tapping into the darkest recesses of the mortal soul. Moreover, her presence often brings forth a suffocating aura of dread and despair, rendering her enemies vulnerable to her insidious influence.

Furthermore, she commands dominion over the realm of shadows, allowing her to effortlessly vanish and reappear with startling swiftness. She can summon legions of demonic minions to her aid, bending them to her will and creating an army that instills fear in the hearts of her foes. Her mastery of magic extends to necromancy, enchantments, and spells of chaos and affliction, enabling her to unleash devastating harm upon her adversaries.

Who voices Lilith in Diablo 4?

Diablo 4 Lilith voice actor
Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Blizzard Entertainment announced that Lilith will be voiced by Caroline Faber. She is a talented British actor who’s been in many TV shows, including Midsomer Murders and EastEnders.

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