Get me right. I like Windkin's edgy character as I like his edgy features. I even have "a crush" on this type (in fiction ) when his behavior and actions are well founded and comprehensible. No need to be always happy-go-lucky or win a prize for Mr. Nice-Guy.
In NB and Fire-Eye he turned into the "he's-a-Glider-therefore-he's-in-foul-mood-and-mean" guy ... neither fun nor interesting. In TFQS, pictured by Wendy, he got back an understandable background - that's all I need to welcome him. Windkin promises to become a really interesting character.