I heard that in the "standard" setting for D&D, when your character dies, their soul goes travelling through the Astral Plane until they eventually end up in the outer plane they belong in.
In some settings, they also lose all their memories in the process, as they are sucked out by the Astral Plane (no doubt in an effort to prevent players from fighting their way out of the afterlife, I assume).
Now, what happens if said soul encounters a Psychic Wind on the way?
It seems reasonable to assume that it could also sweep up those souls, and one of the effects of that can be falling into a random color pool.
Does that mean that the soul of an unlucky LG Paladin can get swept up and end up in Hades or the Abyss? What happens then? Do they get transformed into maggots / dretches by the plane? Do they regain consciousness and become some kind of ghost? What happens if they are shunted back into their own material plane instead?
Does the multiverse somehow prevent this situation from happening by simply manipulating fate?