|The Great Hereafter|
- You have become the new Seneschal, keeper of the world. The Seneschal's Chamber shall be your home for eternity. It is the fate of the Arisen to dwell within these Chambers forever and always.
Sitting upon the throne will return the Arisen to Gransys. However, the areas a player may travel are limited to Cassardis and Gran Soren. Interaction within these areas is also greatly limited. During these times, only the Arisen will enter the towns invisibly as a ghostly figure. While as the Seneschal, the player can only kill people and use wakestones to revive the dead. Any items the player had before arriving in the Seneschal's Chamber will remain in inventory but are unusable.
After using the blade, your character's HP will drop to 0 - the final cutscene plays and the credits roll:
Fate of the PawnEdit
Whilst falling from the sky, the Main Pawn calls after the Arisen, ultimately crashing into the ocean. The pawn then awakes on the shoreline of Cassardis, in the body of the former Arisen, but with voice of the Main Pawn. This process is known as the Bestowal of Spirit.
The Arisen's Beloved appears, together they walk away from the shoreline, and the credits roll.
If either Selene or Quina are final beloved they will notice the change:
Selene will note:
- "You're... like me. Aren't you? As my grandmother gave me life, he/she gave you yours... They gave us death, and with it true life... This is the world he/she wanted for us."
Whilst Quina says:
- "You're not... your face is his/hers, but you're not... No, but he/she's here now. Still, I... I'm sure of it."
- After completing the game for the first time New Game Plus is unlocked.
- In addition to ending the main quest, all Bitterblack Isle quests and progress are also ended by completing The Great Hereafter.
- The phenonoma of the pawn taking on the Arisen's body and soul is known as Bestowal of Spirit (see also Selene.)