no but really the idea of a tranquil inquisitor fascinates me
especially one who has been tranquil since before the fade tears appeared
the first time they approach a fade tear they start sobbing and can’t stop until the tear is sealed
it gets a little easier along the way—the inquisitor and their companions are quicker, work better together. seal the breaches faster.
but eventually, the inquisitor finds it hard to seal the tears. they go near them and the color leeches back into the world, the strength of magic starts to fill them again, their heart starts to heal over. and every time they seal the tears it’s awful, it feels like they’re cutting off their own arm over and over again
and maybe the inquisitor decides they can’t do it anymore. they can’t be tranquil again. so the inquisitor comes to a breach and refuses to repair it. just turns around and walks away.
the inquisitor can only be commanded so long as they are tranquil. and they can’t get close to the fade tears and still be tranquil. and when they are no longer tranquil, they are filled with a terrible rage and utter hatred.
this world is not their world. this world rejected them, and hurt them, and finally tore apart their soul when they couldn’t do what it wanted. they will not fight to save it.