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What color is Suriel's skin?Is it blue like Gadrael. Or can Judges have normal human skin also? I picture it as either fair or light blue.
It's pale, like a white human's. She started off human, actually, though Gadrael didn't.
Does the Will verse have ice cream (or a close analogue)? And if so, what are the favorite flavors of the Abidan Judges?
Of course it has ice cream. I'm not a monster.
Suriel: peanut butter ice cream with real nuts.
Gadrael: mint ice cream. No chocolate chips.
Ozriel: strawberries and cream flavor.
Makiel: he doesn't eat ice cream, because there's no purpose to it.
Gadrael, the Titan
The Way is fundamentally a force of protection, a barrier against chaos and destruction. Gadrael is the embodiment of that concept.Titan Abidan are the defenders of the Abidan worlds, raising shields and barriers against creatures of chaos and against the enemies of the Court. Whenever the Abidan need a world quarantined, a weapon sealed, a prison reinforced, or an attack turned aside, they call on the Titans.This generation's Gadrael was rescued from a dying world, then raised as a son by Makiel. His loyalty to the Hound is total.He once had a reputation as the weakest Judge, due to his lack of skill in any discipline but his own. Other Judges typically have expertise in more than one area; Suriel, for instance, is an accomplished Fox (who excel at instant travel) and an able Spider (who detect deviations in chaos). Makiel could have inherited the post of Razael the Wolf instead, had he desired to do so, and Ozriel was skilled enough to fulfill the duties of any Judge but Suriel.Gadrael cannot read Fate, he can barely cross through the Way, and his combat power is lower than many ordinary Abidan.But his barriers are flawless.Gadrael is is the sturdiest protector in existence, a one-man fortress, an immovable object, an impenetrable wall. Worlds under Gadrael's protection can rest easy, but there are thousands of Iterations under the purview of the Judges.And the Titans cannot be everywhere at once.