The Grotto of Exile
At the beginning of time three godly siblings kept the components of life in order: Bahar-Taraji, the Goddess of Creation, and her brothers Baljit-Elvedin, the God of Conservation and Beran-Setaou, the God of Dissolution. The people prayed to the first two, but unfortunately feared the third. Over the course of time, this sparked envy within Beran-Setaou, which eventually turned into malevolence and hate. And finally the God's rage became so immense that Beran-Setaou killed his sister - who was the people's favourite.
The Goddess' death had terrible consequences. A long and cruel winter froze the world of the humans. And even the gods suffered. Beran-Setaou withdrew and sought solitude when the enormity of what he had done dawned on him. His brother Baljit-Elvedin grieved for his sister for a long time, until he eventually went searching for his brother. But this is only part of the story...
When he found him in the underground grotto, an incredibly violent fight ensued between the two siblings, which neither one could decide for himself. However, Baljit-Elvedin still managed to seal the cave and return to the human world. Ever since then, he has held a protective hand over the earth and all creatures that live in it, providing that they do not belong to the dark side.
The location of the cave, which was henceforth known as the Grotto of Exile, is known by very few people - and those that do know keep it secret. The dark dragon rules the underground world and its inhabitants. He is still filled with hate towards all living things. And everyone who crosses his path will feel the wrath of his anger.