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Asmir Origins

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Asmir Origins

Post by Orgoth on Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:17 pm

The Beginning (0 -540, AI)

In the beginning: there was nothing, a nothing so empty it defied comprehension. And in that nothingness formed a consciousness known as Typhos, The First Being. Typhos had command of both Time and Space. As it was the First, there was nothing to stop it or tell it otherwise. And using its power, it created Asmir, the sun, and the moon. it created the sisters Na’Sora and Na’Kora, and gave one the Sun and the other the Moon.  The lands were empty and barren though, so it tasked Na’Sora, his favourite, with populating this new world.. However, Na’Sora could not do so along, and she used her gifts to bring about the births of Lia and Manus. Lia was tasked with crafting the earth for Na’Sora’s children to live on, and Manus was tasked with keeping the new life in order.

Na’Kora became jealous of her sister, and annoyed by Typhos’ choice. So she created Death, and set it upon Na’Sora’s people. She also gave life to Zen, to disrupt Manus’ work in the world by bringing chaos, and Orgoth, to spread hatred and discord upon Na’sora’s people. When Orgoth grew lonely, he begged Na’Kora for a companion. Na’Kora ignored his pleas, but Na’Sora took pity and made Grainné, his rival and companion. Due to the constant conflict raging between the “Gods” and their creations, Typhos decided to give the mortals that had been created a stable base and center of their own power. It called this neutrality, and left a being known as Erolath in charge of this. Typhos then departed for the cosmos, to seek out greater mysteries.

Na’sora’s first act after creating her helpers, was to give life to the Eldari. She crafted them from her own energy, and instantly fell in love. Na’Kora, not letting her sister have her creations in peace, gave life to the Heanta from the fiery earth. She had Zen sow chaos in their souls, and let them loose to tear apart the world.

Curious about these new creations, Lia wondered if she could have some thrive in her forests. The heanta were too hostile and flamey, so she decided to ask Na’Sora for some of her creations to use. Na’Sora showed Lia how to make the elves so that she could simply make her own. However Lia then decided to alter them to fit better in their new environment. She gave them each nature powers, and the ability to communicate with the other life in the Forest. Lia called them the “Eldross”.

After Lia created the Eldross, Orgost took a shot at bringing a race into the world, and thus the Orken race was born, the Orkens at first were a vile, filthy, stupid race. And they stayed that way.

First Great War and Arrival of the Dragons (541-600, AI)

It was inevitable that conflict would soon break out among the new races. Halfway through the “First Age”, as it was called, the Eldari-Eldross alliance and the disruptive forces of the Heanta and Orkens  found that they could no longer co-exist peacefully. Thus the First Great War was upon the world. The war raged for many years, but it brought only death for both sides. In the end Erolath unleashed Dragons upon the world. The mighty airborne beings soon had peace between the races, by giving them a common enemy. Only by standing together did they have any chance, but in the end they won out and the dragons retreated to Edia.

The Calm Years (600-800, AI)

A period of peace would occur where the Eldari-Eldross alliance and the Heanta and Orken coalition were content to stay within their own borders. However, there was friction between the Heanta and the Orkens as they each blamed the other for their unsuccessful attempt at overthrowing the other two nations. Despite their trade coalition agreement, relations were always volatile at best.

Orken - Heanta War (800 - 810, AI)

Tensions eventually boiled over when the Heanta sent a purposefully crappy shipment of ore to the Orkens resulting in the deaths of many Orkens due to faulty building materials, i.e. bad metals for fittings and seals, rusty supports, that kind of thing. The Orkens chose to temporarily void their trade agreement with the Heanta and began to attack outlying Heanta towns and forces. The Heanta welcomed the opportunity to fight with mighty Orkens, seeing a perfect chance put the Orkens in their place as perceived by the Heanta. The war raged for a year until both sides fully recognized the might and strength of the other, in the process developing a grudging respect for the other’s abilities. Trade began again, and preparations for their next attempt on the Eldari and Eldross’ lands began.

Peacetime and Arrival of Humans (810-1000, AI)

But at the same time, a new race was in the ascendancy. This race would come to be known as Mortal Men, the youngest and the most conflicted and enigmatic race to emerge in Asmir Ka’lesa. They were created by Erolath who decided that, given the failure of the Dragons to “neutralize” the races, a more subtle approach was prudent. The Humans were designed to eventually subdue the other races when they grew into a large enough civilization. However, a spanner was thrown in the works by Zen, who secretly tampered with the Human make-up, resulting in them being the diverse and chaotic race that exists today.

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