Well of Afterlife

Typeartifact, legendary
SmithBruh Kreniik, others
EnchanterBruh Kreniik, others
LocationSoul Gathering Systems

A Well of Afterlife is a spirit trap that draws spirits to it. The spirit's journey to the well is quick, drawn across the universe in but a thought. The first Well of Afterlife was forged and enchanted by Bruh Kreniik. He made it as a means of continuation of the living after death. At the time, those that were created out of life energy were around only for as long as they lived. When they died, their life energy became soul energy, which then dissolved back into Chaos or broke apart into life motes and went adrift in the multiverse. This cycle made his job of Creation fruitless if soul energy was lost to entropy, forever gone. The first Well of Afterlife, and many after it, were made to capture the soul energy of the dead - the spirit, and then resurrect them.

Bruh Kreniik could not get the Well of Afterlife to work near Chaos so he created another system and tried it there. He did this many more times till he had one that the Well would attune too. The first world one of these devices attuned to was Lunia. It became the soul gather for lawful good souls. When it was learned that only some spirits were going through the Well, namely those of lawful good disposition, he decided to make more Wells, one for each of the alignments. This took nearly five centuries and was not done alone. He had a cadre of angels to help make the Wells and move them to newly created worlds.

Chaos, the Mortal Systems and other systems that are a mix of alignments rather than a specific one do not have Wells of Afterlife.

The Wells of Afterlife became obsolete at the end of the God Era. Nobody knows why, but it is theorized that the systems or the worlds around them became the new focus, or magnet, for the spirits.