Wow, thank you all for the warm welcome back!.
Made some fixes (the typos pointed out by @Norilinde and @FutbolDude21586), the error with line 730 in the flashback that occurred when you were a male Gabriel looking at the female statue (hopefully...) and the error with having Sabriel selecting the sex of the human shell.
Thanks! Glad to be back. It's not dead, I won't let it, but it may be very, very, very slow.
They do say a picture is worth a 1000 words, and those definitely say something.
I'm hoping you meant line 730 as there were no issues with spacing in line 720, and I was unable to recreate any errors in that scene apart from the one on line 730. If issues persist, please let me know again.
I try to reply on tumblr every once in a while, but it's a balancing act. The more time I spend on tumblr replying to messages, the less time I spend working on the story.
Thanks for the catch! Should be fixed.
I believe I fixed the cause of that error (by chance, were you playing a male/female Gabriel who asked Sabriel to select their gender, and upon clicking "That's fine." received that error?) The Ramiel one should also be fixed now.
First of all, thanks for the typo catches and all the feedback!
It's an option in the future, and I've tweaked the scene a little so with the right combination you can make a more permanent threat, but I'm not sure about putting that kind of response as a choice in this point of the game. It is one thing to fight unarmed with each other, but threatening Michael with your Angel Blade would be grounds for being cast out of Heaven. Angel Blades are capable of killing an angel, and using them against another angel is a crime which will get you cast out. Also, unless Gabriel wanted to completely exhaust themself, trying to manifest their Angel Blade in the heavily warded building that is the GAO HQ would not be possible. The pain associated with breaking the wards would render it nearly impossible to then use their Angel Blade.
But hopefully the rework fits a little better with your Gabriel (though it assumes, for your particular vein, that you barge in on them, select that he should have left already, are more stoic than emotional, and more ruthless than merciful... so maybe not?)
As for Ramiel as a RO, he is a character who has made some poor decisions in his life (hence why he is Fallen). The fae scene is meant to be a little heart-breaking for a Gabriel who fancies him, and for the others, more of a 'are you crazy?' kind of scene.
Israfel is not an RO. You will have the option to confess to him, but he will reject your feelings (and it may damage your relationship).
It's probably a personal bias against spawn for a title word, as I have negative connotations for that words, while I see both scions and son having a neutral connotation that then contrasts nicely with the 'of Satan' part. I appreciate the suggestion though!
Nice catch, and fixed! (boy, day... they look remarkably similar when tired >.>)
And Sabriel is a complete Star Wards nerd. And Alien. She has a soft spot for science-fiction.
Yes, Ramiel has been up to things he should not have been.
The current end for that route is not the actual end to the scene, but since it's not finished, I thought it would be a good place to leave off for now.
That error should be fixed. As for the last bit
Ramiel will not blame you for whatever may happen. However, one of Gabriel's jobs as an archangel is destroying nephilim...