- “It's my job to protect you.”
- ―Gabe to Elena
Gabe is very enthusiastic, mature enough, and slightly cocky when it comes to his duties as a Royal Guard. Because of this, he does not like Elena's take charge approach mostly for the sake of his job. Despite it all, he will put himself in danger for either Elena and/or Isabel without hesitation. It's shown in "Spellbound" he is skeptical of Mateo being appointed Royal Wizard and is not good at riddles. Yet, he proves to be a good friend when he is the first to give Mateo the credit for saving the guests from Fiero's spell. It is revealed in "The Scepter of Light" that he has a tendency to rush into situations to the point where he has poor timing.
Role in the Series
Eighteen-year-old Gabe makes his debut in "First Day of Rule" when Elena leaves Avalor Castle to visit the city. He formally introduces himself to her when she gets out of the carriage. When Princess Isabel wants to stay behind to draw the boats some more, Elena tells Gabe to watch her. Gabe is asking Isabel what it was like when her sister faced Shuriki when Isabel spots some purple dogs boarding a ship. When the pair investigates, the dogs are revealed to be Noblins who take them prisoner. When Elena appears and frees them, Gabe tells her to take her sister and go but Elena refuses. Elena talks to the Noblins and learns that they were taking the ships to get home after Shuriki imprisoned them.
Gabe is mostly seen throughout the series accompanying Elena wherever she goes. In "Prince Too Charming" he learned that Elena's leadership style made her much nicer and more responsible in comparison to someone like Alonso. Prince Alonso made Gabe carry all the luggage and had him ride wherever he and Elena went on Pedro, an aged horse well past it's prime that Gabe termed "The Slowest Horse in the Kingdom." This treatment annoyed and angered Gabe to no end and eventually went with Elena when she commandeered Alonso's chariot and forced the insensitive Prince to ride Pedro to get back at him. When King Juan Ramón had Alonso help build the bridge he observed with vindictive enjoyment.