They didn't object to the Nephalem being in Heaven and helping because the Arch Angel of Hope and Fate both realized that Nephalem were their only chance of survival. In addition, they wouldn't have objected to Nephalem being in Heaven in their time of need, only interference with the Nephalem in Sanctuary. Tyrael would have been breaking the law. Angels are displayed as beings of order. It's highly likely they wouldn't have allowed Tyrael to break the law and go unpunished for his actions. To be honest, Tyrael shouldn't have been allowed back into Heaven right after the conflict was over.
This law you're referring to is an agreement between heaven and hell regarding the sanctuary, an agreement that hell has clearly broken. I doubt Auriel and Itherael will object to Tyrael trying to save humanity.
An army? Naw, the others (short of Belial and MAYBE Diablo) only had what they could wrangle up at the time. I see it as likely that Diablo didn't have an army ready to fend you off as soon as you followed him into Hell, Azmodan and Belial likely ceased control as much of it as possible before he renetered hell. I do not know how large Baal's army was, but it was the first "real army" you had to fight.
Mephisto had control of a military order made up of soldiers and mages, along with a host of demons. He had a major army.
In the D2 expansion cinematics they show just how large Baal's army is. Basically it's large enough to cover mount Arreat and defeat all the barbarians guarding it.
08/01/2012 08:51 PMPosted by AscendedOneAh.... So their only goal is to destroy the High Heavens because of a rivalary? Naw, they want to assert their power over any they can, including eachother. Their main goal is the destruction of the High Heavens and all the Angels in them, but they do see Sanctuary as an advantage in their war. And if they do manage to destroy the High Heavens, they will most certainly turn their eye to Sanctuary and kill, control or destroy all who live there.
Mephisto, Diablo, and Baal were the ones interested in the Sanctuary. Belial and Azmodan specifically overthrew the prime evils because they lost interest in the Sanctuary.
I doubt Belial knew of the Black Soulstone before coming to Sanctuary, unless Izual somehow knew about it then told him and Azmodan about it. I'm under the belief that he only recently learned of the Black Soulstone as you arrive in Caldeum. If not, who's to say he wasn't using some of his resources to find it? Would he really make it a priority if he didn't even know what the Black Soulstone was intill some point after he captured Adria?
Then we have the problem why was Belial in Caldium. Also why was he in the Sanctuary?
I don't know if I'd be able to find 5 pieces of wisdom from Tyrael, it is a short game afterall, (for a single playthrough of normal) espacially considering he wasnt really in act one intill the end.
So no wisdom from Tyrael then.
make a comparison of tyrael in d2 and in d3
its not the same character, completely different, as in it was remade from scratch (except the angel outfit).
idk maybe tearing his wings caused brain damage.
I agree. In D2 Tyrael is doing his own thing and just happens to meet the player along the way. He's never shown trying to help the player and barely does anything to help humanity (he tries to stop Diablo freeing Baal and destroys the worldstone but that's it). He doesn't ever try to stop Andarial, Duriel, Mephisto, Diablo, or Baal from destroying the Sanctuary, or try to help the player fight against them.
In D3 he suddenly forgets that humanity beat 5 demon lords and claims that he has to help them defeat the last 2; then stands around doing nothing for most of the game. Maybe the wordlstone exploding caused brain damage.