06/18/2012 03:59 PMPosted by IronbootYet, he doesn't cry about his loss, he does everything in his power to rectify it.
Tyrael doesn't cry about anything until Act 4. And if you paid attention, it doesn't matter if Tyrael was mortal or immortal, he still would've acted that way since Auriel was captured. It was clear how angels work, set out int he story for you.
06/18/2012 03:59 PMPosted by IronbootPlus Ed Trotta's voice acting is AMAZING. Stupid decision to not bring him back, regardless of "scheduling conflicts".
To be fair, the new guy's voice acting is not bad. And 'scheduling conflicts' could mean a lot of things, to just that to Ed Trotta being a jerk to Blizzard being a jerk.
06/18/2012 04:03 PMPosted by KhristophoroOh not to mention in act 4 he actually gives up? That is not Tyrael
Yes, it is. That is Tyrael. That is all angels. Did you not pay attention to the part where they explicitely say that his iw how angels work? That the Angiris Council literally empowers the Angelic Host with their virtue?
All those mentions of Imperius emboldening his army. Auriel was lost. Which means one thing. That the entire angelic host cannot, as in being physically incapable, of feeling hope. All hope was extinguished from the Angelic host and (implied) humanity as well. Until you save her, at which point everyone bucks up.
06/18/2012 04:11 PMPosted by BianaryI honestly feel like you've got "talks more" confused with "deeper character"
No, I'm not. Tyrael was generic, one dimensional and actually somewhat boring in D2. In D3 he actually has a character arc. Hell, in Tyrael's Sacrifice we learn more about what Tyrael is, what he believes in, what he thinks and his own personal inner workings than every single appearance he makes in D2 combined.