The first era, the dawn of time

At the dawn of time Eonil betrayed Ghor. Ghor couldn’t let this go unpunished and so he decided to make an example of her. Unleashing his full force on the gentle goddess the ruthless god Ghor turned her into a small planet and send her out into the far reaches of the universe. He didn’t leave it at this though. To forever remind Eonil of her betrayal Ghor decided to go live on the planet himself. In this time, the first era, Ghor ruled the world through total chaos.

And thus there was only chaos…

The first creatures on the planet were born of Eonil and started emerging. It was said to be the only way that Eonil could try and fight back at Ghor. In reaction to this the god of chaos also started creating creatures that would hunt down and corrupt or kill Eonil’s creatures.

The Twin Goddesses Quintra and Denday traveled the universe in search of Eonil for centuries. When the two sisters found the lonely planet they both created their own small planets, each on an opposite side of Eonil.
Quintra’s planet had a bright, light yellow glow and her sister Denday’s planet had a soft blue glow to it. And thus they brought light and darkness to Eonil.

Together, the Twin Goddesses started battling Ghor himself. They were determined to take Eonil for themselves and bring peace to the fallen goddess. The goddesses started creating their own beings that would worship them and fight for them. And so more races were born on the planet. The battle lasted for centuries more but eventually the ruthless god fell to his own chaos.
Quintra and Denday decided a punishment for Ghor and banished him from Eonil. They created a small moon that would forever circle the beautiful planet and banished him there, doomed to watch Eonil from a distance but never able to return to her surface himself.

And thus the red moon was created.From this moment on the three newly formed celestial bodies were more widely referred to by the god or goddess living on them, the sun Quintra, the blue moon Denday and the red moon Ghor.

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