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The '''Inner Court''' is located in [[Pharasma's Court]] in the [[Boneyard]]. It surrounds [[Pharasma's Palace]] in a collection of plazas and solemn granite forums.  
 
The '''Inner Court''' is located in [[Pharasma's Court]] in the [[Boneyard]]. It surrounds [[Pharasma's Palace]] in a collection of plazas and solemn granite forums.  
  
In situations where souls do not naturally gravitate toward a specific plane (a frequent occurrence) the Inner Court is where interested parties convene to debate the ultimate destiny of the deceased. The arguments are heated but very rarely result in violence.<ref>{{cite book/The Great Beyond|33}}</ref>
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In situations where [[soul]]s do not naturally gravitate toward a specific [[plane]] (a frequent occurrence) the Inner Court is where interested parties convene to debate the ultimate destiny of the deceased. The arguments are heated, but very rarely result in violence.<ref>{{cite book/The Great Beyond|33}}</ref>
  
Believers of false god's are destined for the Inner Court where their ultimate fate is decided.<ref>{{Cite book/Inner Sea Bestiary|4}}</ref>
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Believers of false [[god]]s are destined for the Inner Court where their ultimate fate is decided.<ref>{{Cite book/Inner Sea Bestiary|4}}</ref>
  
 
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[[Category:Plazas and Squares]]

Latest revision as of 18:18, 28 February 2017

The Inner Court is located in Pharasma's Court in the Boneyard. It surrounds Pharasma's Palace in a collection of plazas and solemn granite forums.

In situations where souls do not naturally gravitate toward a specific plane (a frequent occurrence) the Inner Court is where interested parties convene to debate the ultimate destiny of the deceased. The arguments are heated, but very rarely result in violence.[1]

Believers of false gods are destined for the Inner Court where their ultimate fate is decided.[2]

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