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'''Heaven''' or '''Urdak''' is a celestial realm that is slated to appear in some form in [[Doom Eternal]], and is usually depicted as the diametric opposite of [[Hell]], as a paradisiacal realm wherein dwell holy beings such as gods and angels and the spirits of the righteous deceased. Nothing is currently known of the nature of Heaven in the continuity of Doom Eternal. It may be associated with the [[Seraphim]] and the [[Makyr]]s.
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'''Heaven''' or '''Urdak''' is a celestial realm that is slated to appear in some form in [[Doom Eternal]], and is usually depicted as the diametric opposite of [[Hell]], as a paradisiacal realm wherein dwell holy beings such as gods and angels and the spirits of the righteous deceased. Nothing is currently known of the nature of Heaven in the continuity of Doom Eternal. It may be associated with the [[Seraphim]] and the [[Maykr]]s.
  
 
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Heaven or Urdak is a celestial realm that is slated to appear in some form in Doom Eternal, and is usually depicted as the diametric opposite of Hell, as a paradisiacal realm wherein dwell holy beings such as gods and angels and the spirits of the righteous deceased. Nothing is currently known of the nature of Heaven in the continuity of Doom Eternal. It may be associated with the Seraphim and the Maykrs.