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In World of Warcraft there are various achievements that give out a reward other than the Achievement Points, be it a title, a pet, or a mount. Is there something similar in Diablo III?

I know that pets and mounts won't be available in Sanctuary, but I was thinking about something like a worthless item related to the lore, or a physical modification that has no impact on stats. I could even be happy with a stone that says "Hi!" with Deckard Cain's voice every time it's clicked!

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Achievements may give more options for customizing your banner like in the Beta, including titles. Mounts and pets are not a part of Diablo 3. – Sadly Not May 15 '12 at 7:34
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Yes, there are achievements that reward you with shapes, patterns, sigils and accents (images that appears on your banner).

Here is an example: The Art of Conversation achievement.

Or this one: Slice of Life achievement.

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And nothing else? – Kappei May 15 '12 at 7:42
Still looking haha, but that should at least address the question of OP. Will add to this answer once I find more. – deutschZuid May 15 '12 at 7:47
Yeah.. those "rewards" are pretty useless. – ThiefMaster May 15 '12 at 8:04
Kappei didn't ask me to make a judgment, so I didn't. – deutschZuid May 15 '12 at 9:16

You can tell if an achievement has a reward with just a glance in the achievement window. The small star icon indicates the number of rewards the achievement has.

In the example below, the Scavenger achievement has 6 rewards because there are 8 levels of the achievement. All but the first and seventh level have rewards.

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