The El'aseala Mythology
Originally, the Eldar-Elves worshiped Tasenta-Somar. Karn-Rachk'sha became jealous of this and planned to annihilate the
elven race. To prevent this, an agreement was reached that two councils of planetary gods would be created and Tasenta-Somar
would fade into legend.
Peace reigned on the planet for many thousand years. Then, Karn-Rachk'sha became bored with the planetary councils and sought
to replace them. His actions sparked the first war between the elves and the humans. His brother, Tasenta-Somar, managed
to persuade Karn-Rachk'sha to turn away from his destructive plans. Unknown to the two gods, a Seed had been sent by The
Lady and Maker. With the struggle ended, The Seed returned to The Lady's garden. Both gods felt the leaving of The Seed.
Karn-Rachk'sha imprinted the innocence-signature of The Seed within himself so that he could tell if and when it returned.
After several thousand years, Karn-Rachk'sha began making new plans for replacing the planetary councils. Maker, knowing
of Rachk'sha's imprint, sent a new Seed by way of The Lady. This Seed was denied his coming of age which would give him his
full powers to deal with Rachk'sha, and Rachk'sha was able to replace the old councils with two new councils: The Nine and
the Council of Darkness.