Creation Myth

Once, in the long forgotten past there was nothing but the void, and the old gods. The old gods knew that if ever there was “something”, then sorrow would inevitably follow, so they wanted to keep it that way. But one day, one of the gods, who came to be known as the god of chaos, got bored with the infinite oblivion. He decided to break away from the others and created his own world, which he called Eris.

He also created gods of his own, to stand as an army against the old gods. A war broke out between the old and new gods, and ultimately the new gods prevailed, sealing the old gods in the cosmos. They took to tending to their own world, but the god of chaos was more concerned with what was “interesting” than what was good for the people of the world. Ultimately, his own creations rebelled against him, turning him into stone so that the people of the world wouldn’t have to suffer under his chaotic rule. It’s said that his statue still stands somewhere on Eris.

Creation Myth

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