Most people don't really fear death, though they claim to. What they fear MOST is any potential consequences they may face after they die. I'm a Judge. I just go by what their lives were and what they have the potential to become in the future. It's not the best job in the world, but someone has to do it. -- The New Guy
Of all the duties of the divine, the one feared by mortals the most is the judge. Not the one who takes the soul from the body. Not the psychopomp who guides them from the realm of the living. The judge.
The one who weighs their soul in the balance, and divides them between heaven or hell. Between boon or torment. Tyr, the deity of Law and Justice has seen many. He has even begged the Goddess of Death herself to hold off on some for as long as possible.
Given this mortal's life, the dread was understandable.
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