"In a moment, Harun, I will translate what you have to say - but I am first asked to explain the Worldwound."
She sighs, and starts speaking.
"Gord paints quite a picture of demons, and truthfully there's a lot to the stereotype - but the domain of tyranny is Asmodeus's Hell and its devils, not the plane of the Abyss we stand upon, which breaches to the Material Plane's planet of Golarion through the aptly-named Worldwound. No-one knows for sure why it opened, but I can tell you that Deskari is rather involved in maintaining it.
"There are a surprising number of demons that just want the mortals to shut up and go away, though Pharasma dumping the most selfish and disagreeable human souls into Abyssal larvae is hardly helping with the demonic reputation of being murderous torture-rapists. Still, they're hardly Abaddon's daemons, who draw out every mortal's death and despair to savor like fine wine before they devour their very souls. ...which is not something unique to daemons, per se, but is by far their most notable trait.
"...ah, I suppose we ought to discuss alignment and the afterlives, as Golarion knows it.
"At the beginning of time, as Pharasma was creating the world, she decided that there were two axes of behavior that mattered.
"Law and Chaos, and Good and Evil.
"Pharasma claims to be truly Neutral; I'm not quite sure I'm convinced, given her opinions on the undead and on the mandated inevitability of death in general. She maintains the system of psychopomps that sort people into afterlives regardless.
"There are nine of them; I will start with the 'pure' Neutral X planes first.
"Axis is the domain of inevitables, of Abadar god of trade; once it was Aroden's demesne as well, a god of civilization - until his death shattered prophecy and brought about the Age of Lost Omens we live in today. It is the Lawful Neutral afterlife. The grand city of Aktun is its beating heart.
"The Maelstrom is the domain of proteans; it cannot be described because it is infinite and ever-changing. It is the domain of pure Chaos; Chaotic Neutral souls are sorted there.
"Nirvana is - I could say they consensually polymorph mortals into animals to give them a chance to rest after the bullshit that is Golarion, I could say they have an endless forest where you needn't interact with another soul if you don't care to, but I think the thing that is most exemplary of them is that no matter who or what you are, they will show up to Pharasma's trial and argue for your inherent goodness. Even if Deskari died and got sorted they'd argue he had Good in him, and Deskari's defining trait, as you'll soon hear from Harun, is 'wanting to end the world'.
"Abaddon is the Neutral Evil afterlife. They're banned from trials because they maraud upon the River Of Souls, eating people and suchlike. They also have Urgathoa, goddess of undead and plague and similar, who told Pharasma to fuck off when Pharasma insisted she was meant to be dead once upon a time - but that hardly makes them pleasant.
"Oh, and there is a 'true neutral' afterlife; it's Pharasma's Boneyard. She doesn't like having people in it, but sometimes they end up there anyway.
"Then, you have the corners of the chart, metaphorically speaking.
"Heaven, Lawful Good; raising an army to invade Hell. Iomedae, goddess of stopping Evil, ascended mortal who led the Shining Crusade of yore, works there. Someone really needs to give her church such a talking-to if they really did what Harun claims, I think.
"Elysium, Chaotic Good - ironically, it's much more full of cities and such than Nirvana, though it's also in constant flux as the Maelstrom is.
"Hell, Lawful Evil, a tyranny under the rule of Asmodeus, god of - tyranny, as I mentioned, but also trickery and contracts. Not the Abadaran sort of contract where it's meant to be fair, either; he'll gladly buy your soul for a penny no matter what it's really worth if you're gullible enough to sell it.
"The Abyss, which has no unifying form, just an infinite expanse of demon lords and also the ancient qlippoth, strange and inscrutable - demon lords are lesser, individually, but still quite potent, and there's an infinity of them. Chaotic Evil."
"And now, here is what Harun has to say, on behalf of his chosen demon lord, Deskari."
...She even translates the emotional affect as best she can.
"...I'm Mendevian. Harun's probably right that they'd do that, but I think he's wrong that Iomedae would endorse it. The high nobles, bar Queen Galfrey - they're certainly not Good. I checked. And Queen Galfrey can't put her foot down on them until the Worldwound's closed."
...She translates this for Harun, as well - "I have my own opinion on that, honestly. Grew up in Mendev, and noticing similar problems brought me out here. My opinion is - Queen Galfrey is one woman and her nobles are as bad as most demons, which means they'll gleefully take their cruelty where they find it, and she can't afford the damage stomping on that would do vis-a-vis the Worldwound's actual demons. But - you're not wrong that Golarion's often awful. That needs - fixing."