Like I said in another thread, what I didn’t like about the latter two Gabriel Knights is how they handed out straightforward explanations to complex mythologies that date back for centuries.
Von Glower never felt all that evil to me. Life and death, that’s nature. Good and evil are artificial constructs created by humans to simplify their perception of the world. Reminds me of a line by the Devil from Brimstone: “My job’s not to decide who lives and dies. My business is with the soul. And I have never damned a soul who didn’t thoroughly deserve it. Mother Nature is a completely different story. She kills indiscriminately, good and evil alike. Why she gets all the good press, I’ll never know.”