The Amarr teach their subjects that their God created the universe and man. God gave the man free will and brought his creations into a new world. But there, the majority of humankind turned away from God as the Dark Ages began, and so, their descendants must be reclaimed into the faith - and suffer for the sins of their forefathers.
So the Amarr enslave others and take away the God’s most basic gift that defines humanity - free will, replacing it with the will of the slave’s new master and entrusting the sinner’s soul to their Holder. Instead of answering to God and being judged in the afterlife for their own choices, the slave now answers to their master in this life, the sinner’s ability to choose their own fate removed due to faulty choices in the past.
Is that what the God who created a man with free will would want? No. It’s what people like Chakaid and Nauplius want.
So why would God place such a harsh test of the soul on those who suffer as slaves? To see if they can retain his gift of free will through the test, of course. To see if they can one day rise to truly Reclaim their own soul from their self-proclaimed masters and guardians.
The duty of every slave is to resist and to rise, to prove before God that they are worthy of being born as humans. To take back the responsibility for their own life. To free themselves and stand proud, broken chains at their feet.
Rise. Reclaim yourselves. Avenge your pain, your loss and all those who suffered at the hands of the slavers for untold centuries before. Burn the empire of lies, crush the gilded shell that conceals Amarr’s rotten core. Destroy the social order that thrives on your misery.
Rise up now and never surrender.