Estius and the Afterlife Ch.3
1 I now know all. My body and mind are in perfect physique.
2 The view from the top of the Great Tree is stunning. Each branch is visible below
3 Infinite worlds glimmer further below; Thin roots extend out to touch each, and ferry the souls of the deceased.
4 The perch of Kampar is rolling grassland, with great stone pillars forming a circle in the center.
5 Between these pillars sits Kampar. The Great Ewok. His golden neck chain glimmers in the light cast by infinite stars.
6 He speaks: "Greetings my son. During your life you embodied everything I sought to teach. For that, I thank you."
7 "In reward, I grant you the power to affect the physical worlds below you. But be warned, use of this power will harm your spirit, for eternity."
8 I spend many worldly seasons pondering over the idea - Kampar´s perch shows no signs of aging, but the worlds below freeze and thaw.
9 The myriads of things one could do with omnipotence overflows in my mind.
10 One could toy with those living their first life - sudden noises, ghostly figures.