|Tyrael (Scenesys ID: 956)|
|"You cannot judge me! I am Justice itself! We were meant for more than this... to /protect the innocent/. But if our precious laws bind you all to inaction, then I will no longer stand as your brother."|
|Theme:||(FC) Diablo III-1|
|Function:||Archangel of Wisdom/Justice|
|Faction:||Union (5-Reserve Colonel)|
|Groups:||Students' Union, Last Chancers|
|Physical Age:||Mid-50's||Actual Age:||????|
|Still Aging?||Yes||Voice Actor:||Jonathan Adams|
|Hair Color:||Bald||Eye Color:||Amber|
A man of amazing strength, stature and poise; Tyrael is imposing in many sense of the words. His size and his presence of person is matched only by his strong dedication to Justice and Wisdom. While once he stood in the High Heavens as one of their mightiest warriors and their Archangel of Justice, Tyrael's pride and sense of ethics forced him to cast off the station in order to descend to Sanctuary as a mortal to help them in their struggle against the Burning Hells as a steadfast warrior and a brilliant leader. Most importantly, his time as a mortal taught him many lessons, fostering a deep appreciation for the way humanity fought onward in the most hopeless of situation. Deeply changed by his experiences as a mortal, Tyrael returned to the High Heavens as a mortal to take up the mantle of Wisdom in addition to Justice. Wielding his Runeblade, El'druin, he leads the High Heavens in the reconstruction of Sanctuary in the wake of Diablo's destruction.
Haunted by Past Mistakes: Tyrael's mistakes haunt him heavily, even to this day. When Tyrael makes a Judgment that he feels reflexts a failure on him, he takes it deeply personally and it can shake him to his very core. Tyrael's personal failures are a heavy mantle for him to wear and, when shaken, he can be left unsure of how to act or what to do.
Mortal: Having removed his status as a true Archangel, Tyrael is now no longer immortal and undying. He can bleed, and like all men, he can die. This is a great weakness for him in comparison to the other Angiris Council, who when they die will go to Pandemonium and reform in time. Unaging, but mortal, means Tyrael can be killed in combat.
Imperius: Imperius, the Archangel of Valor and fellow member of the Angiris Council, and Tyrael are often at odds in their decisions regarding humanity and mortals. When the two disagree on the topic, their rivaling sway over the Council can lock it into indecision.SCREW THE RULES, I HAVE PRINCIPLES: Tyrael was once the embodiment of Justice. So strong was his commitment to his station that he cast aside his higher existence to become mortal, in defiance of the order of the High Heavens. In this regard he is utterly uncompromising, even in the face of greater opposition.
|A Vow Unchallenged||March 5th, 2016||The Wedding of Tony Stark and Virginia|
|No logs submitted yet.|