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Ozriel vs Suriel. The destroyer versus the Phoenix! Is that the plot of a future novel? Whups.
Ozriel versus Suriel:
Ozriel would go into hiding and Suriel would be sent to hunt him down. She is reluctant to take on this responsibility, so she would drag her feet searching worlds where she knows Ozriel wouldn't go, with Cradle chief among them. While in Cradle, she would distract herself by intervening in a small problem she can control, and then watch events play out in the same way that some people keep plants on their windowsills just to watch them grow. It soothes her. It's like a desktop zen garden.
Then circumstances would force her to get back to her task, and she would continue searching for Ozriel, encountering a number of obstacles and surprising truths along the way.
Ozriel, the Reaper
When a world lives too long and drifts from the Way, only one person can terminate the Iteration without scattering corrupted fragments that threaten other worlds.
For most of the history of the Abidan, there was no Ozriel. They eliminated worlds the old-fashioned way, and most of their manpower was spent defending Iterations from chaos-corrupted fragments. Ozriel reduced the threat of corruption to such a degree that the Abidan could spread their manpower to an unprecedented degree. Where once it took hundreds of Abidan to protect and maintain a single Iteration, now that same team could supervise an entire Sector of ten or more worlds.
However, the entire system of the current Abidan now hinges on one man.
Where most Judges are rule-abiding and structured by nature, Ozriel is not so rigid. He often challenges Abidan laws and traditions, trying to change and improve the policies of their organization. He might have succeeded by now if he were willing to relinquish control and cooperate with others. But, traditionally, he has never been much of a team player. When others don't agree with him, he tends to do exactly what he wants anyway.
As the one individual in existence with a world-erasing superweapon, he's used to getting his way.
And now he's missing.
So ozriel was born in sacred valley. A great disaster came from sacred valley and killed the dragons. Was ozriel this disaster?
I have never confirmed that Ozriel was born in Sacred Valley. Nor have I confirmed that he wasn'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.
Do we have a rough time scale of when Ozriel became part of the Abidan?
I'm still trying to decide whether or not the time scale is important enough to have Suriel explore it in the books. But it was several thousand years ago.