Ancient lore of Gaia.
In the beginning was neither good nor evil but the spark of all potential, twinkling like a star in the nothingness. In this time before time the vortex of infinite possibility there occurred the division of spirit into good and evil, light and dark; wrapped around one another, mutually dependent for existence, yet at conflict. The conflict caused the eruption of the universe- spinning, expanding, rippling, until it gave rise to burning stars orbited by worlds. There were also the gods. Gaia, great among the divinities, saw a world of rock and fire, and chose it for her own. She breathed life into the waters, and the land. The Craftsman-King, Zaius, and Queen Esa, fair daughter of Gaia, were the first of the gods to make this earth their home. With their subjects, the vættir, they founded the first city, Gaiapolis, in a land made lovely by Gaia.
Mordok, one of the divinities, left the company of the gods , when his bid for mastery of heaven w