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Gabriel The Dweller

The Dweller

Summary

Gabriel is the main protagonist of the Kinect game Fable: The Journey. Gabriel is a Dweller who, along with his horse Seren, has been separated from his clan. He comes across Theresa, who has been mortally wounded by a dark force known as the Corruption. He must take Theresa to the Spire before the Corruption catches up with the two of them.

Gabriel also appears in the latest Fable novel, Fable: Edge of the World. A Dweller in his late teens, Gabriel is known for his fascination with Heroes, who have not been seen in Albion for decades, and tells stories of Heroes, such as the last king (who disappeared forty years ago) and Reaver to young Dweller children. His friend Katlan, recently named leader of their tribe, reprimands him for his obsession with Heroes and painting Reaver, a very rich and powerful figure, in a bad light. Gabriel resolves to stop telling stories to the children.

But at night, he still dreams of Heroes.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 6-B

Name: Gabriel

Origins: Fable The Journey

Gender: Male

Age: Appears to be in his 20s

Classification: Will User/Human/Dweller/Seer

Powers and Abilities: Super speed, durability, magic, elemental manipulation (of the lightning and fire variety), light manipulation, telekinesis, clairvoyance, summoning of ethereal blades

Attack Potency: Country level (inherited the combined power of the trio of Old Kingdom Heroes Blaze, Sol, and Stone)

Speed: Supersonic+ (capable of fighting and killing some of the Corrupter's strongest henchmen like the Devourer and the Temptress); Massively Hypersonic attack speed with lightning magic (~Mach 440)

Lifting Strength: Average human

Striking Strength: Unknown

Durability: At least Island level (survived the destruction of the Tattered Spire at the end of the game, being no worse for the wear after having washed up on shore)

Stamina: Superhuman+

Range: Dozens of kilometers with magic via powerscaling

Standard Equipment: A pair of magical gauntlets that are grafted into his skin

Intelligence: Fairly competent in regards to coming up with improvised plans in combat on the fly (ie: using the terrain to his advantage)

Weaknesses: He's technically blind by the end of the game, though this is negated by his inherited Clairvoyance from Theresa