n the beginning there was only
Inthadín, the never-ending sky, and He was floating over a barren desert. But as
the time grew, He felt pity for this gray waste and so He sent His divine breath
to bring change in that desert. Thus sixteen beings were awakened from their
eternal sleep and began to turn the wastes into a mirror of the glorious sky, to
create the blessed lands of Helón. The sixteen creator gods formed oceans and
rivers and mountains, fertile plains and dense forests, and they blew life and
beauty in all the plants and beasts that they created.
However, Inthadín again
felt pity for His great masterwork and so He decided to fight for Helón: a
shining example that the sky and the earth might be united one day. Thus,
willing to face Bothú, His foe and His nemesis, He sent two of His
children, Thiát and Calderón, to heal the wounds that Bothú and His dark
kin had slashed into Helón. Whenever Calderón returns in the skies Thiát
is here to act in his place.
Story written by Koldar Mondrakken