Tyrael: Badass / Wimpass Okay, so I noticed many people around the community like the Archangel Tyrael as a character, refering to him as a badass in golden shiney armor. Excited to see him in Diablo 3? Why is that? Let's take a look at his role so far. *Gave the Soulstones to the Horadrim, only to find that instead of imprisoning the Prime Evils they just empowered them. The Prime Evils easily managed to corrupt the stones. FAIL *Chased down the Dark Wanderer. He found him in Tal-Rasha's tomb and the two battled... (just look at cinematic 3) he fights the Dark Wanderer who is completely unarmed. Swinging his shiney blade around unable to lay a scratch on the wanderer. Baal snatches his sword and the two (presumably) overwhelm Tyrael, leaving HIM trapped inside the tomb. FAIL *The heroes find Tyrael and free him from the tomb. "I thank you, mortal, for my freedom. But I did expect you earlier. I am the Archangel Tyrael. I came here to prevent Diablo from freeing his brother, Baal. But I have failed". Damn straight, you failed... *Well, now that Tyrael is free, it would make sense if he came with the heroes to help them fight the Prime Evils right? -Nope, Tyrael will sit his *** and make us do the job. But don't worry, he got a perfect excuse for that: "I am broken and the energies that tie me to this world are diminishing rapidly. You must take up this quest...". WHAT!? energies? So what are you gonna disappear in a *poof* any time soon? Doesn't seem like it. Act 5 - you're still there!. LIE FAIL. *Act 4: There he is again... sitting in the corner crying about how Izual tricked him. Why don't you come and help me fight some demons? "I have been forbidden to aid you directly, save for a few bits of wisdom. For this is the hour of mortal Man's triumph . . . your triumph." First it was your energies and now you have been forbidden? Forbidden by who? The High Heavens? You already disobey them by being here, so what the hell?! Start making sense! *Tyrael destroy the Worldstone. Probably his only badass moment in the game... although it takes him a while to charge up his throw, killing a giant rock can be nothing else but an epic win. So yeah. After the actions he took, I can't imagine him doing anything that makes sense in Diablo 3... I mean, the guy can't even hit unarmed men.