Ramiel ensures the protection of those who work at night, as well as those who have mental illnesses.
When he chooses to reveal his identity, Ramiel usually chooses to appear in a golden robe with a golden halo and white wings.
Like the other Archangels, Ramiel most often appears in a male form, though this isn't his exclusive form.
Due to his desire to father many Nephilim, Ramiel most often chooses female lovers, but this is not an exclusive preference.
Morality & Philosophy
Ramiel finds it very important to ensure those with mental illnesses are protected from demons, who can find it easier to exploit these mortals. He doesn't care for the tension between the Fallen and the Blessed, and only cares that mortals are being well cared for regardless of who is doing the caring. He believes Archangel Lucifer did the right thing by speaking up for the proper care of mortals, even if the Fall was the result.
Ramiel only wants to do what he was created for. He ensures the care of mortals, often fathering Nephilim to help in that work.
Contacts & Relations
Ramiel has fathered more Nephilim than most - but not all - other Archangels.