Diablo 4 may be a dark and depressing game at times, but that doesn’t mean its players aren’t ready for a few giggles every now and then. This became abundantly clear when a bunch of them got together to try to find a secret cow level that probably doesn’t even exist. Whenever there’s an opportunity for antics, you can bet there’s a bunch of players looking to make the most of it, as evidenced by what appears to be a new venture making the rounds that lets you create your own little pony army.
First shared by u/zer0ag3nt on the Diablo 4 subreddit, they reveal that if you drop a horse from your inventory, a miniature version of that same horse will appear next to you. You’d think it was such a simple method that people would have already discovered this adorable bug, but judging by the massive positive response from fellow fans, that clearly wasn’t the case.
Of course, in typical gaming style, this concept was immediately taken to the extreme, as another user named u/Door__Opener shared a picture of his small horse army in the same thread. Taking it a step further, another user named u/Senorragequit made a completely separate post showing off his horse army, with a total of 23 noble horses lined up and ready for battle.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like you can actually move or ride these little ponies, but it’s still a pretty funny sight when you line them all up and stand next to them. You can even create your own little army of horses without fear of other players pulling them as well, as the horses are locked to the account and cannot be swapped with anyone else. Even if he could steal them, he certainly wouldn’t want to anger someone with 23 little horses that could be used for cold and hard revenge.
In other Diablo 4 community news, fans have been fighting quite often over the game’s super rare unique items. Diablo 4 lead class designer Adam Jackson recently shared six unique pieces of gear that have stupidly low drop rates, so low that only a handful of people have actually gotten the gear since launch. This has prompted fans to argue about whether they should farm at all, with one player going so far as to call those who don’t know math “ignorant” drop rates.
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