Vaizel is excessive, boisterous, vain, and symbolised by freedom and the Ranger class. He puts his own needs and desires above those of Elysea. Often underestimated for his mischievous, playful nature, he is actually quite sharp and calculating.
His talents include archery and disguise, and he is very fleet of foot.
He prefers to mingle with humans rather than staying in the city of gods, Sanctum. He is also not that active in the war, which should be one of his duties as a guardian god.
Vaizel is treated like the black sheep of Elysea. Even Nezekan, who is known for his tolerance, has little patience for Vaizel's flamboyant ways and liberal views. Vaizel doesn't acknowledge Nezekan's authority, which further strains their relationship.