The guardian of the law who presides over judgments of life and death, his true strength is realized when he dons his helm.
A warrior who swears his life to those he trusts.—Description
Gabranth: “Hmph. Just another stray being played with by the gods. No matter. Choose the path you wish to take. All paths lead to the same end, anyway. You keep fighting…and die like a dog.”
Gabranth: “What did you do to end up here? Hmph. Do you even know where you are? We are disconnected from the gods fight over the fate of the world. We are in a hell where broken warriors fight empty battles. Those who overcome the trials here are summoned back to the battle of the gods… But going back only means more fighting. What could be more pointless? We are shackled to endless conflict. You should surrender to your fate.”
When did Gabranth arrive in World B? Perhaps before death. All of Gabranth’s words suggest a melancholy reflection of his life. He views himself as a pawn to fate, even though he willingly played his part. Still, he constantly berates himself for his decision in the form of sad musings:
Gabranth: “Let me tell you about a hound I knew. The gods bid the cur to face a certain mage. He fought without hesitation or restraint… As the struggle continued, the hound swelled with pride…this was what he had lived for. But to the gods, the hound’s pride and the future it bought meant less than nothing. The gods filled the world with disorder… Then the wyrm sent all life to the Void. The hound was cast aside like a broken toy. Thus Judge Gabranth was sent to this hell. This is what comes of standing against the gods. But fight, if you still desire it.”
He fought loyally behind Chaos, as with Gramis, only for him to reflect upon the harsh reality of war.