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The Planet of Sâfaolehracópâ and the Remâle Lorântimenó System

The Setting[]

Sâfaolehracópâ is the second planet from six in the Remâle Lorântimenó (The White-Star Forest) System. The planet was home to the two now-extinct races Fáriân and Qâêr. The planet is currently populate however by nine races known as; Râlôrin, Hwâfin, Êlfârin, Cîben, Âldârin, Skafânok, Ôbâdem, Erdâl, and Harâm, and the latter eight are descended driectly from the Qâêr. The main language spoken is a dialect descended from the Ancient Qâêr Language. The planet has two moons called; Raleman and Lêsontó respectively. One of them is volcanic and is a distinctive red colour while the other is white being mostly rock similiar to our Moon.

A Brief History of Sâfaolehracópâ[]

The Creation[]

In the beginning before there were planets and stars and suns, there were four gods. They were four supreme beings, two of which were female and two male. There was the Goddess of Justice and Balance; Câl Mí-lôr, the God of War and Fire; Brajik Fiktôrm, the Goddess of Creation and Life; Miâ Rántîr and the God of Death and Corruption; Frák Korâ. These four supreme beings lived by themselves in the deep black nothingness. The gods would amuse each other by fighting and debating amongst themselves. Eventually Miâ Rántîr bored of the continuous fighting and nothingness used her powers and created the planets, stars and the universe in the hope to stop the fighting and bickering between her brothers and sister. It was she who created the first race, the Fáriân upon an island also of her make which was known as Âtínrelmá. This was the first landmass on the planet known as, in the beginning, Sâfaolehracópah. Here upon Âtínrelmá the goddess created the first creatures and animals that would later populate and spread throughout the planet.

The other gods were fascinated with the creations and the four of them combined their powers and created the first of the greater continents called Fáriâ and a second being Palaritînepânôme. They created the rivers, mountains, skies, valleys, and creatures to inhabit this new land. The god Brajik Fiktôrm, following Miâ Rántîr, created his own race the Râlôrin. It was soon after this that the other supreme beings created their own races.

The Fáriân and the Râlôrin would become great allies and eventually spread and move from Âtínrelmá onto the northern continent called Fáriâ, which thousands of years later would break up into two, one becoming Fâern and the other Fêlabôrin.

When the Fáriân left the island of creation, now too small for their civilisation, onto the northern continent they split into two groups. The first group would head south east and stay hidden and isolated in the deep forests and swamps while the second group would move into the mountains and plains of the middle and north of the continent.

The southern continent, Palaritînepânôme, became populated by two other races. One of these would be the Sârâní, created by Frák Korâ, the god of Death and Corruption. The other race would be the Âôlemân and were created by Câl Mí-lôr, Goddess of Justice and Balance. The southern continent of Palaritînepânôme and would later break off into two continents, one becoming Sâporâní and the other Litêpoâre.

This time period was to become the First Era and the races came together and expanded rapidly. During this time the races developed exceedingly fast, primarily in the fields of art and religion which in the First Era, would be more advanced than any other later Eras’ of civilisation. One of the Races however would, during the last 350 years of the First Era, rapidly decline, and this was the southern Fáriân who would later become know as the Palaritâne. They fell under the teachings of Frák Korâ who twisted and warped them so much that after a time they ceased to be Fáriân and survived the destruction in later years.

The God Wars[]

Sadly the 1stEra only lasted 3,567 years which is just a few blinks of an eye in the time of the Gods. And it soon came to be that Câl Mí-lôr, the goddess of justice and balance, did not like how her brothers and sister treated and abused the races. As a result she gave the Fáriân, the first beings, special powers of her own and warned them and another (her own) race, the Âôlemân of the betrayal and mistreatment by the gods.

The Fáriân, having now found out about how they were being manipulated, told and warned the other two races that they knew of, the Râlôrin and Palaritâne of the betrayal. The Palaritâne so twisted by and obsessed with the god Frák Korâ ignored and abandoned the Fáriân. The Râlôrin however answered the Fáriân call and joined with them to combine arms and might against the Gods. The other two races, the Sârâní and the Âôlemân were unknown to the Qâêr and Râlôrin and as such did not receive any contact from the two rebellious peoples. The Âôlemân however had been forewarned by the goddess Câl Mí-lôr and tried to join forces with the rebellious races. This was stopped however by the Sârâní who believed they should be loyal to their creators, this disagreement lead to a civil war between the two and stopped the Âôlemân from contacting or joining the Fáriân and the Râlôrin.

Now that all the races knew of the betrayal and two of them had joined and were beginning to raise arms against the gods, Câl Mí-lôr had to do something to protect them. Using her powers she created two new Lesser Gods to watch over and protect the races. This way the other three Greater Gods would not be able to play and torment them as they did, at least not so easily. These two lesser gods were the Goddess of Good Mirîannâ and the God of Evil Fâlborâk.

However the other three Gods were severely angered by this betrayal. Three of the five created races no longer obeyed or worshipped them. In the Gods’ anger the three of them turned on Câl Mí-lôr attacking her. Nevertheless she was the most powerful of the four and before they could slay her, she used her remaining powers to grant the Fáriân and Râlôrin, being the leaders of the rebellion against the Greater Gods, more powers and the gift of Magic. She also granted the two Lesser Gods greater powers to defend themselves from the three Greater Gods. The result of her actions left her weak and with all of her powers now gone the other gods rose up and slew Câl Mí-lôr. The remaining Greater Gods, in their anger, turned on the two lesser Gods and the Fáriân and Râlôrin in the hopes of destroying them and re-creating a new world.

However the Fáriân and Râlôrin, now having much stronger powers and the gift of Magic, began to fight back against the three remaining Supreme Beings. The two rebellious races allied with the two Lesser Gods and fought the Greater Gods for control of the planet. This war would be known as The God wars. After 557 years of fighting and the face of Fáriâ being changed forever, the two Lesser Gods and the two races defeated the three Greater Gods and ended The God Wars.

After the three Greater Gods were destroyed the two Lesser Gods, Mirîannâ and Fâlborâk, rose up and became the two Greater Gods of the universe.

Alas, for a few centuries there was peace as the Gods and the Fáriân and Râlôrin regained their powers and rebuilt the world. The new world of the two peoples, the old one being destroyed in the God Wars, now became known as Falerân and here they grew and prospered under the two new Greater Gods. The dawn of this new age and land would be the time of the Second Era and its beginning, 4,124 years after The creation.

The Dark Wars[]

Many years passed and the races grew. In the year of 1,134 2E (2ndEra) The Fáriân, using their extensive powers created another race, the Qâêr. The Fáriân gave this race many powers and knowledge, and looked after them in a sort of fatherly-relationship. However Fâlborâk, the God of Evil, had used this time of peace to greatly increase his powers. Now that the Original Greater Gods were destroyed, the Fáriân slightly weakened after spending their magical power to create the Qâêr; he attacked Falerân in the year 1,178 2E, hoping to obtain total power for himself. He attacked the Goddess Mirîannâ, the Fáriân, Râlôrin and Qâêr hoping to defeat them and enslave them to his will. This became the period known as The Dark wars. Fâlborâk had been increasing his powers over the years and was much stronger than the Goddess Mirîannâ and the Fáriân expected. However faced with the combined might of Mirîannâ, the Fáriân, Râlôrin and the new war-like race Qâêr, Fâlborâk could not gain the upper hand but neither could the other side. The fighting continued for 77 years and many Fáriân perished. The goddess Mirîannâ, Fáriân, Râlôrin and Qâêr were growing weak from the constant struggle and eventually the Goddess Mirîannâ came up with a deadly plan to end the war. Using her powers and those combined with the races she trapped Fâlborâk on a planet far away in the universe under a huge mountain, banishing him there so that he can never return.

However there was one major loss. The energy and power needed to send the powerful god away was too much for the goddess and the races, and as a result the goddess Mirîannâ was destroyed. Regardless, the spell worked and Fâlborâk was banished where he could never escape and harm anyone again, or at least that was the plan. With this spell cast the Dark Wars came to an end and the Fáriân, Râlôrin and Qâêr began to slowly recover.

The races vowed to never again be enslaved or to enslave any other race. They vowed to live a life of good and balance. Untroubled by Gods and wars the Fáriân grew and prospered and became once more powerful and advanced. A great happiness settled over the land and the races lived together in harmony and advanced in many different ways. And in the darkness across the universe, Fâlborâk was stirring, planning another attack on the land that had defeated him.

The Wars of Desperation[]

For years the world stayed as it was, with peace and prosperity. The races grew, developed and built huge cities throughout the land. The only problem was, Fâlborâk, having been gathering his powers over the centuries, burst from his prison and in 1,401 2E (190 years after his first defeat) descended with ferocity upon the world of Falerân. The races rose to meet him and the Wars of Desperation began. The powers of the Fáriân and Râlôrin had increased since Mirîannâ perished and combined with the now powerful abilities of the Qâêr, the races fought back with ferocious intensity. Years passed and slowly Fâlborâk began to gain the upper hand in the battle, thousands of Fáriân, Râlôrin and Qâêr perished under his powers and slowly he began to win. The Fáriân, desperate to stop the Evil God, summoned the last of their magic and cast a powerful spell. They sacrificed their life force and all their energy to kill the Evil God Fâlborâk and succeeded in ripping him apart and destroying him forever, saving the world of Falerân and the other two peoples by sacrificing themselves. The body of Fâlborâk was torn into two, his head and upper torso becoming the dark and broiling red moon known as Raleman while his lower torso and remaining leg formed into the smaller white moon Lêsontó . The resounding magical blast that destroyed Fâlborâk tore the continents apart and a dark cloud descended over the world. Out of the ashes rose the Qâêr and the remnants of the Râlôrin. The Qâêr rose up and began to rebuild civilisation and the land. This new continent was named Hehrânniâ. The year after the death of Fâlborâk was marked as the first year of the Third Era, and as the years passed the Qâêr and Râlôrin began to grow and prosper. Now unthreatened by Evil Gods and war, they grew and advanced and a great peace settled over the land.

The Qâêr followed their creators’ footsteps and created 8 lesser races, and together the Qâêr led the Râlôrin along with the lesser races into the Third Era, a golden Era.

Much time passed.

The Great Betrayal[]

The Qâêr governed the other races in a happy and peaceful Empire and these were the golden days of Hehrânniâ. After years of peace and prosperity however the Qâêr, the people that governed and cared for all the beings and the land itself, were tricked and betrayed by one of their most trusted advisors and members of the Diplomatic Council. They were betrayed by a Xarâm called Âtaos who secretly wanted power and to be worshipped as a God by all the races.

Âtaos, hungry for power, crept into the heart of the Qâêr Empire into the capital city of Râmonêlo and killed the Emperor Tâmal in his own private chambers. The foul oathbreaker then snuck deep into the bowels and secret areas of Râmonêlo. Hidden away in the underground of the city was a great construct that the Qâêr derived their power from and used to govern the people and the land. Âtaos the traitor hoped to draw all the power from the construct into himself, killing all the Qâêr and making himself a God. Âtaos cast his spell on the construct but instead of drawing all the power into himself it backfired and damaged the construct, causing a huge magical explosion instantly killing Âtaos and sending chaos ripping throughout the world. The construct was destroyed and an explosion of magical power swept across the land. The Qâêr were bound to the construct, deriving and with it using their power to control the land were all instantly killed. Âtaos, being in so close proximity, was blasted into oblivion before he could realise the damage he had done. The destruction of the Qâêr capital city and the construct that kept all Hehrânniâ united and in peace was destroyed.

The resounding explosion so vast that it caused volcanoes to erupt forth from the earth and great cracks to appear in the ground, destroying cities and dividing the races completely. Millions perished in the explosion as entire cities were destroyed by the magical blast and as the mountains shifted and volcanoes erupted. Technology and all civilisation was lost as the survivors of each race fled into safe areas to hide from the death and explosions. After years of darkness the land settled down and the explosions and earthquakes ceased. The land of Hehrânniâ became balanced once more. However it was forever changed, no more was it one whole continent with the races living together and in happiness. New mountain ranges had been thrown up, inland seas and lakes had been changed, old ones destroyed and new ones created where there were none before. There were islands where there were no islands before. The survivors of the races came out of their hiding holes and caves only to see a different world in front of them. A Dark Age descended over Hehrânniâ as technology and civilisation had to be rebuilt and rediscovered.

The so called Dark Age after the destruction of Hehrânniâ lasted just up to or approximately 2,760 years, making it the year 3,525 3E. It was not until this year that basic technology and civilisation began to return the land. Numerous wars were fought, borders were created and moved, and tensions grew. However years later, rising out of the Dark Age that had lasted so long, came a tense peace. The peoples of Hehrânniâ united once again and trade sprang up between the races. Towns and cities began to grow and Hehrânniâ became alive again. After many years the races had finally united. It was a strained and tense pact with some but it was peaceful. Prosperity began to increase throughout Hehrânniâ. In the year 3,762 3E members of each race came together for a council and decided that this year would be the first year of the Fourth Era, a new Era where all races would be together once more under the guidance of The Council. This council was made up of three very important members of each race. The system would be structured so the people would vote for any changes they wanted to make in the laws of Hehrânniâ and the Council would gather and discuss and govern the people for the people. Under the Council’s rule the land grew again and relationships between all races grew closer. These became the glory days of the Fourth Era.

The Great Divide and The Years of Reformation[]

Sadly all things come to pass and this Council, though great as it was, lasted only for a period of 2,312 years. It collapsed and was torn apart by the evil work of Halrahn who at this time went by a different name*. He, using evil and banned magics together with manipulation, obtained a position of dangerous closeness to particular Council members, mainly those of the Harâm. There would he begin to sow corruption and lies eventually resulting in the death of 4 council members and the breakup of the Council itself. The year in which the Council collapsed became known as the Great Divide as chaos and confusion spread about the land and many political and economical problems arose in the year of the collapse. The 7 years after The Great Divide would become known as The Years of Reformation and would be the last years of peace and contact among the races before Dádrin arose to cover the land in Darkness.

It was four years later in the years of 2,317 4E that, through further manipulation of Halrahn, a Monarchical Government was created, accepted and put into effect in what was now know as the Harâm Ampârí under the rule of the First King Bólin**.

In the year 2,316, three years after the Great Divide, the peoples Hwâfin and Êlfârin created Democratic Councils of their own, not wanting to be a monarchy-based government rather trying to maintain a connection with the past and their forefathers.

The Âldârin retreated into their forest and only kept minimal trade relations with the Êlfârin and Erdâl while staying almost always hidden and within their own borders. Their government turned in a new direction, it consisted of a senate voted by the people; the senate then related particular issues that they and the people had either discussed or thought needed to be raised to the three ‘Elders’, 3 old male Âldârin that ultimately governed the senate as well as the Âldârin themselves. They Elders chose, from the matters the senate discussed, what to do and how to exactly govern over the rest of the Âldârin.

The Râlôrin stayed as they had been for many years; they were not a member of the Council and did not want to be a part of anything with the Lesser Races and as such stayed hidden and alone on their island ignorant and in ignorance from the other people of Hehrânniâ.

In 2,319 4E the northern peoples, not being overly manipulated or influenced by Halrahn who mainly focused on the Harâm, which once again showed their weakness of mind, retreated back to the now dubbed ‘Old Ways’ and created what would be for a time, until Dádrin, the strongest Empire yet. The Northern Alliance Band was formed, which consisted of Skafânok, Ôbâdem, Cîben, and the Erdâl. This new Confederation would be very similar to the original Council and contained members from only these races, the Council governed the collective state which was now one entity and was referred to The Northern Alliance Band, or simply NAB. No other nations or people were allowed to join this Council however there was much trading and peaceful relations with the other nations except for the newly formed Harâm Ampârí, due to the fact that NAB was aware of their input into the event know as The Great Divide***.

At the closing of the seventh year after the year in which the Original Council collapsed, the short period known as the Years of Reformation came to end with the political face of Hehrânniâ now completely different. As the year of 2,329 4E opened, the continent was now divided into 6 nations; The NAB which consisted of the entire northern part of the continent including the Island home of the Skafânok. The other nations consisted of the Harâm Ampârí, the two Democratic Nations of the Êlfârin and Vâfin, the Oligarchic government of the Âldârin and the Male-Based Monarchy Râlôrin government which however remained unknown the other 5 nations of Hehrânniâ.

These 5 nations, not and never considering the Râlôrin when in reference to Hehrânniâ, though however being now split-up, still had contact with one another and lived in relative peace, a peace without much trust. The Harâm Ampârí though maintaining relations with all nations outside of the NAB, had no trust or respect for them after the Great Divide and as such was relatively easy to be manipulated by Dádrin. The NAB remained an extremely good ally with the Âldârin however, and also peaceful, though technically neutral would be a better term, relations with other nations. The Êlfârin and Âldârin remained very close allies and neighbours, especially seeing as they were kin, and the Êlfârin kept relations with the Harâm Ampârí as opposed to the Âldârin who remained in their woods severing all contact except for that with NAB and the Êlfârin. The Hwâfin were alone, positioned on their island on isolated behind the Harâm Ampârí which restricted access to the other nations and as a result the Hwâfin were forced to keep very strong, ultimately disliked but peaceful, relations with the Harâm.

Halrahn mysteriously disappeared after The Great Divide and would never been seen again until the coming of Dádrin, albeit under a new name****.

The continent was thus, separated and without a great deal of trust between nations, yet peaceful and would remain so for another 76 years before all was thrown into chaos by the arrival of Dádrin who succeeded in destroying what little peace there was.


The being here mentioned as Halrahn was at this time known as a different name, he was only known as Halrahn when he returned with Dádrin and began the war known as the Great Betrayal. Halrahn’s name at the time of the Great Divide and the Years of Reformation is and remains to be unknown.

King Bólin had actually never before met the being later known as Halrahn.

The NAB, unaware of the existence and manipulation by the being later known as Halrahn, concluded that the Great Divide was the result of and outright intention of the Harâm people.

The Rise of Dádrin[]

It was in the year of 2,397 4E that everything would change. The Evil Lord Dádrin rose up and shattered what was left of the peaceful life of Hehrânniâ. The terrifying Dádrin started the first war in millennia as he butchered and slaughtered his way through Harâm land and took control by force and lies of power.

By the year 2,408 4E he had destroyed the Monarchical Government of the Harâm Ampârí, the Democratic Council of the Êlfârin and the Hwâfin, spilt the NAB in two when he conquered the Cîben which gave him power over nearly all of Hehrânniâ and he had laid waste to many parts that he couldn’t conquer. After 11 years of fighting he had taken control of the remaining Harâm rebels, crushed the Êlfârin and enslaved them to his will as well as the Cîben and the Hwâfin, pushed the Erdâl deep into their mountains and decimated the Ôbâdem until they never ventured outside from their mountain homes. In 11 fast years Dádrin had shattered the peace and brought nearly the entire land of Hehrânniâ to its knees and under his will. The Râlôrin were all but extinct and have never been heard from in centuries, the Skafânok remained on their frozen island to the north. The Âldârin stayed in their old and terrifying forest far in the east. The Êlfârin had surrendered and were now no longer the majestic race they once were but unwilling servants to the Xarâm and Dádrin.

Hehrânniâ had come under the shadow of Dádrin and there was fear and tension everywhere, ruled and enforced by his strict black hand. The land became a dark and dangerous place once more. Peace and prosperity were destroyed and turned into corruption and slavery.