Before proceeding to the next life, dead souls must visit the holy King Bartholomay dwelling in a corner of the heavens. The king cleanses evil souls, even hopeless ones that have disgraced the world. The king sheds his light upon them, restoring their purity. The souls can then reenter the cycle of reincarnation and begin life anew.
- Added on October 10, 2013 as an achievement reward during Heroes Colosseo V:
- Victory count reward - 45 wins.
- Reappeared on August 3, 2014 as an achievement reward during Heroes Colosseo XIV:
- Victory count reward - 20 wins, 100 wins.
Bartholomay is a German and central European masculine name, variant of Bartholomew of Aramaic origin; the meaning is "son of Talmai". Talmai is a Hebrew name meaning "abounding in furrows". Bar Talmai (Aramaic), Bartholomaeus (Latin), and Bartholomaios (Old Greek) are original forms of the name.
Samsara or Sangsāra (Sanskrit: संसार), meaning "continuous flow"), is the repeating cycle of birth, life and death (reincarnation) within Hinduism, Buddhism, Bön, Jainism, and Taoism. According to the view of these religions, a person's current life is only one of many—stretching back before birth into past existences and reaching forward beyond death into future incarnations. During the course of each life the quality of the actions (karma) performed determine the future destiny of each person. The Buddha taught that there is no beginning to this cycle but that it can be ended through perceiving reality. The goal of these religions is to realize this truth, the achievement of which (like ripening of a fruit) is moksha or liberation.