A student of theirs, and one who's expressed quite a bit of interest in them. They both share a mutual love for reading and both happen to be mild-mannered and introverted, which makes her good company. She has plenty to learn about heavenly affairs, so they've been lending her books and always welcome her into their office to discuss whatever matters she's interested in.
...It's quite unfortunate, what's happened. It only makes giving her glimmers of happiness and hope all the more important.
She's really awestruck by their presence... she looks up to them, both literally and figuratively. Something about them just takes the words out of her mouth, and every time they look at her she freezes up. She's really fond of them, and it seems that they enjoy her company as well... they give her access to their book collection and even recommend books to her! It's a little overwhelming, but nice!
A former co-worker of theirs before he left for Hell College. Remaelius doesn't blame him. They understand his reasoning very well, painfully well. They hope they'll meet again one day, when things are back to the way they were so many years ago... but for now, Remaelius' duty lies with giving Heaven College little glimmers of its former glory.
A relatable individual, and one who they think highly of. People like him... Heaven needs more of them. Beings willing to learn and understand... beings born without empathy who seek to feel it... their colleagues could learn much from him.
One of her closest friends. Remaelius doesn't judge and always cares... they're always willing to lend an ear and a comforting smile. She feels bad for burdening them, though... they're already carrying so much weight as-is.
A kind and gentle soul who's been cursed with misfortune. That she's selfless enough to accept that burden is admirable, but that she had a God who accepted that... it's another reason they must find a way to convince Entirety's Heavens that they aren't inherently just.
A professor at Heaven College whom she doesn't see all that often as their classes don't mesh with her training. As with any other professor, though, Tsubame treats them with the utmost respect and reverence.
Like Nashira, Theocritus is very intrigued by Remaelius' class and works hard to excel. Remaelius enjoys teaching them, though they worry Theocritus' insatiable curiosity might lead them into dangerous places far too soon...
A student of his who's been held in high esteem and is expected to excel. Often those in her place are more mechanical in their learning, but it seems as though there's something in Nyctea that hasn't been robbed from her by her superiors. She seems promising.
Though Pelma is polite, it makes Remaelius a bit uncomfortable to spend too long about her. She's become very affected by Heaven College's teachings, and it's difficult to stomach too much of her rants against species and ideals that Heaven College once welcomed long ago.
Remaelius doesn't believe Istra deserved to go through anything that Heaven College forced upon them. Though Heaven College's usage of them to decimate Hell College horrified Remaelius to no end and haunts them to this day, they're grateful that Istra is somewhere safer now.