Mythos 2- Goddesses of FireThe Hinterworld in its early days was ravaged by uncontrollable fire, making life for the mortals that lived there nearly unbearable. Sarexis, appalled by this during her time there, chose three mortal sisters to control the fire and keep it from killing everyone.These sisters came to be known as Pallax, Goddess of Fire, War and Hate, Ofelia, Goddess of Fire, Love and Devotion, and Kelta, Goddess of Water and Reason. The three were chosen for a purpose; they matched the differing sides of decisions and fire. Pallax represented the destructive side of fire, burning everything in her path. Ofelia represented the compassionate side of fire, a source of light and warmth to all. Kelta represented water, and as such could quash the other two should either of them get out of hand.Pallax immediately stopped the destructive fires from killing the rest of the mortals, but instead of vanquishing them she moved them to one of the Hinterworld’s moons, which became known as the Burning Moon.
Mythos 1- Original OnesGods do not manifest from nothingness, they are instead born as mortals and spend fifty years determining their godly forms and natures based on the actions they took in life. There is one exception to this rule, however, and that is the First Being, Vilvanger, God of Creation and Infinity. He is said to have come into this universe while it was an empty void, from a realm of beings just as powerful as he is. With a simple thought, he crafted everything at its basest form, and spent millions of years perfecting his designs. He recorded every action, every nuance of his creations in an archive at the centre of the universe, which none but he knows how to find.After several thousand millennia, he decided that a universe as great as the one he had made needed several minds to govern it. So from his own will he crafted three other beings. They were Pathoc, God of Time and Memory, Krom, God of Space and Thought, and Sarexis, Goddess of Darkness and Peace. Pathoc, the more pensive of the th