Major EventsEdit

The Óla Theós was exploring the universe, finding a bare patch in the fabric of the universe the goddess wishes to fill the void with a planet. The heart of a god must be used to create a planet, so she created Nārāzagī a fire god and took his heart as the beating core of the planet. The goddess is so impressed with her creation she provides her offspring to be the gods that will provide balance to the elements and maintain the planets beauty forever. In her exhaustion she divides as sleeps on her three daughters the three moons. The gods that were the goddess’s offspring made more gods and took ownership of different portions of the world some were given power over the earth, the day and night sky, and ocean and seas those each had offspring that took ownership over different portions of their parents’ estates. These gods dwelt in piece for a time until there were disputes between the original gods as to how balance should be maintained. The gods waged war over the elements and Bhūmaṇḍala by means to create spies, made the forna a strong and clever people they were able to sneak into enemy camps. Sāgara and Samudra made the dryads a skilled and loyal race they could lure lesser gods into traps and kill them. Rātri and Divasa learned of there siblings creations and made humans, not as strong as forna or as skilled as dryads they granted a select few with power. After 1000 years of fighting the sibling gods came together in a counsel, stoping the great war of the gods. In the counsel the gods discussed if their creations of war should be allowed to continue existing.Divasa had fallen in love with a human that she had created and so convinced the other gods to let the races that they birthed live, but Sāgara and Samudra convinced that they could make a better race wanted to flood the world in order to kill all creations and start anew. The other gods sided with Divasa and their creations were all left alive.  Bhūmaṇḍala wanted to be made mediator in all conflicts of the gods and the others agreed.  Rātri and Divasa wanted to make a companion race for the Humans and so they created the simo.


Technology during this era was predominently non-existent because the gods did not need tools or anything to sustain them or provide for them. It wasn't until the event of the War of the Gods and humans, forna, and dryads were created by their various makers that the use of technology started gaining momentum.

Fire was first introduced to people thoughout Antoisia with the appearance of Nārāzagī, the fire god, searching for his heart. Humans, forna, and dryads sought to reproduce the effects of  Nārāzagī to keep warm and cook their food. 

In advent of their gods' commands, humans, forna, and dryads began coming into frequent contact with each other on a regular basis, tools began being invented to help hunt, spy, and wage war. Bows, swords, and spears were all used by the various races to hunt for food and sustain their lifestyle as well as protect and defend against other races invasion forces.

It wasn't until towards the end of the era that writing and more complex mathematics began developing. As strategies employed by the various races grew and evolved so did their cultures. After the War of the Gods had ended and the races were allowed to live in conclusion of the court of the gods did literature and advanced mathematics grew exponentially. 

Important FiguresEdit

In this age the gods were the major political figures Óla Theós created the planet and the first generation of gods. Then during the great war of the gods Bhūmaṇḍala ,Rātri ,Divasa ,Sāgara ,and Samudra created the human, forna, and dryad races.

Political LandscapeEdit

The council of the gods convenes and the Bhūmaṇḍala is made mediator of the gods.