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The Story of Minsetsa

At the start of the world, there was a lone god whose name was Minsetsa.

He created the stars and the planets.

He saw all the planets and judged them and saw that Earth was perfect for his new creations.

Unfortunately, Minsetsa could not create any living beings for he was the god of light and dark.

In a last attempt to create, he ripped his heart in half and placed it in two caves far apart from each other.

With a loud shout of pain he fell to the ground.

Without his heart, he could live no longer.

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The Story of Thenar and Narthe

From Meinsetsa‘s corpse two Gods were born.

Thenar, the Goddess of death and Narthe the God of life.

Narthe, upon seeing his father’s body, cried giant tears.

The tears fell into all the big crevices of the world and springs came to life with fresh waters.

After recovering from his sadness, Narthe buried Minsetsa’s body and held a memorial.

As he spoke his soft laments, a tree sprouted from where his father was placed in the ground.

From the tree, a great bountiful nature grew.

Life spread through the entirety of the earth and the animals roamed the earth and seas.

In hopes of comforting her brother, Thenar cut off her hair, flesh from her cheek, and the eye which was once covering her eye. She used her magic to make a human in her image.

After that, she multiplied that humans then declared sternly:

“Man, you are inferior to us, but rule the earth.

We bless you with that gift.

Thank and praise us, for we are in control of your safety and success.”

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The Creation of Monsters

At that point, Thenar looked so ghastly that the humans were so fearful of her that they had to obey her.

Her teeth were visible through her cheek.

When she moved swiftly, you could see the gaping hole where her eye should be, and her hair was extremely uneven.

As she traveled the lands, she would collect the wandering souls of the dead.

All of these souls were kept in a locket sewed inside of her leg.

Thenar did all this hoping to make Narthe happy over the fact that they could control of the humans.

But she was incorrect.

The only thing that these actions did was further frighten Narthe and make him too afraid of her.

In Narthe’s great and increasing fear, he sought out to thwart Thenar’s plans whatever they may be.

All he wanted for the humans was for them to live forever in harmony.

Narthe knew of the locket that lay buried in Thenar’s leg. So one night, he attacked her as she slept.

In his rush to escape with the souls of the dead, he accidentally cut both of her legs completely off.

Narthe fled from the scene, afraid that she would wake up and slay him.

Once he was far enough, he broke the locket, and all the souls flew out with great haste.

With no bodies of their own to occupy, they possessed the great things of nature.

The things of nature took humanlike forms, but the souls of the dead were not meant to continue on.

Some lost their humanity completely.

Some only retained some human customs, and some embraced their lack of humanity.

These creatures made of rocks, trees, animals, and lakes wreaked havoc on the lands.

As they reproduced, all sense of humanity was lost, and they simply became known as monsters.

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Beings of magic

Some creatures did not quite lose their humanity or minds.

Their bodies remained in a mostly humanoid shape, though they consisted of different material.

These beings were magical, and soon were counted as a new variation of higher beings with longer lifespans and sometimes immortality.

From these, sprung Nymphs and Fae.

Some Nymphs were given life directly from Narthe, but all of the Fae had either come from an escaped soul or from another Fae.

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