While Diablo 4's character creation options aren't as deep as other role-playing games of the present, these options can still create beautiful, individual characters, while keeping an eerie, dark look Diablo IV Gold Blizzard has in mind.

Diablo 4 continues the saga of Blizzard's earlier popular games with a fresh look into Hell. The demons of an angel, demon, and man form the basis of the Diablo series and the first Archangel Tyrael resides within it all.

In the years following Inarius and Lilith secretly constructed Sanctuary with the Nephalem - - the offspring from angel and man - the Council of Archangels met to determine humanity's fate. The vote was cast by Tyrael, who was the final vote and this means that he's accountable for his actions by the rest of the Angiris Council, leading to him becoming mortal prior to any events in Diablo 4 all for the sake of humanity. His role in the forthcoming game is unclear at present however, there are plausible ways this important character may be an influencer in the future of Diablo.

Diablo 3 explores the depths of the Tyrael saga as he becomes"the Fallen Star by tearing off his own wings and plummeting to Sanctuary where the descendants of the Nephalem live. As he joins forces with a powerful descendant, Tyrael banishes the primary evils and takes charge of the Black Soulstone. After the Archangel of Death, Maltheal went after the stone and was able to turn on his allies He was Tyrael who was the one to send his friend into Pandemonium to end death itself.

Tyrael chooses to keep his mortal form. He then returns to his angelic family to become both the Aspect of Justice as well as of Wisdom. Diablo 3 ends with him wondering if his new mortal companion, who may be corrupted, could be the next menace toward Heaven, Hell, Sanctuary, and even life itself. In the end, The Aspect of Justice and Wisdom is likely to not sit idle as Inarius takes on an army of Hell to find his former lover, Lilith.

. While the film doesn't mention Tyrael's direct involvement, his development of Horadrim and his influence with the Paladins from Sanctuary indicates that he's involved. Light and dark battle upon the battlefield and the sadly dead Tyrael resides somewhere in the middle.

It is likely that his presence will be felt through these intermediaries unless events force his hand. Tyrael has a hard time coping with the aftermath of destroying the Worldstone at the conclusion of Diablo 2. That mystical artifact protected Sanctuary from Heaven and Hell and acts as the protector of the region in its place. Tyrael seems unlikely to lead any further expeditions into Hell or take his fight any further beyond the Pandemonium Fortress, where he might offer advice similar to Deckard Cain for those who stay and listen.

Five classes playable in Diablo are announced to date and they all offer different versions of the previous games. Since each game has brought something new to the table and interesting, it is possible that Tyrael can become a part of the battle that balances the sides, offering players the ability to take on angelic or demon powers in exchange for duties to Sanctuary. This type of mechanic is likely to be similar to the multi-tree enhancement that was already in the game.

It seems unlikely that Blizzard plans to transform Angels and Demons into classes since the game's focus is on those stuck between them. But as the only mortal stuck between Heaven and Hell Tyrael is in buying Diablo IV Gold
an interesting position in Diablo history. He's likely to be playing a role of balance within the story, maybe even a voice of reason rather than taking sides as in the past. Even when forced to take sides, Tyrael knows the value of mortals, which is why he'll most likely play a role in the events that unfold in Diablo 4.