According to the Book of Canon, when an Erfworlder croaks, they will go to an afterlife determined by their unit type and deeds. In an interesting contradiction, the Book of Ray claims that returning from the afterlife is impossible and forbidden.
Analogs of Heaven
Units that do their Duty well and perform exceptional service in life earn a special reward. Which specific location they go is dependent on what type of unit they are.
- The City of Heroes - Destination for warlords
- The Hall of the Mountain King - Destination for kings
- Sky Club - Destination for archons
- The Little House on the Rock - Destination for Dollamancers
Analogs of Limbo
Most units are not judged to have performed particularly good or bad and are described as “rejoining the spirit of the world,” “returning to zero,” and “going back into the box.” Erfworlders interpret this to mean they will lose their sense of self, and perhaps experience a state of eternal bliss.
Analogs of Hell
Units that do something particularly bad, betray their side or willfully shirk their duty retain their identity. They end up in a place of infinite wrongness, where everything clashes with who they are, and where they can never find a sense of peace or satisfaction.