I mean, my reaction is that since it was addressed in the episode, it should have stayed there. It never should have been a discussion point because it had fully been addressed. It's a c'est la vie type situation.
Anyways. So @AdamKoebel, feel free to kinda do the "I can't answer because of spoilers" thing. I'm more running on a "I want to see if I understand how things are" rather than ask an actual question.
So, when we first saw Hazan, I remember asking about the servants of the Tower and postulating if they were like the Keepers of Time from the Sovereign Stone novels, where they would often be sent to "events of great change" to record them as they happen for posterity.
With this last episode, it still seems there is like that has become very..... mutable at best. Because by drawing the wards about the Rock Gnome King's lair, he is participating to some degree or another. He just isn't directly interfering with Humanity.
But we also see the ruins where it's kind of obvious that whatever their role is, they are willing to bind shades and ghosts. Which one the hand is kind of significant because we know shades come from the Mara, and were responsible for the first and fully complete TPK. Okay, maybe not all shades, but at least some.
So like, right now, they seem like some sort guardian type figure. Like, Humanity is on its own fighting the Mara. But if Humanity wins the fight, then they have no problem making sure the evil is sealed away, like how the ghosts and shades are, and probably how all the other evils of the Rock Gnome Kings are now. Wardens! They're like Wardens of all of the world's greatest evils and while they've taken a vow of non-interference(Stupid Star Trek Prime Directive lol), which means they might not do anything in say, the case of the Necromancer King and his growing army of the Undead, but if the Necromancer King was beaten and either he or some of his minions survived, then a servant of the Tower would show up and bind them to a place so maybe they could be dealt with later.
And like, I totally lost my train of thought. I feel like their theme is to be a type of Sin-Eater who takes on the bad karma of the world, but because of some weird non-interference pact, they are unable to prevent the bad karma from forming and/or growing. It has to be dealt with, and then they just come in and clean it up and keep it from infecting the rest of the world. I dunno lol. I'm just rambling like I said. I really hope Berg getting that hood somehow results in him either becoming a servant of the Tower are crossing their paths more awesome so we can find out more lol.