Drákos Mythology Overview
Unlike the god of the Holy Empire of Humanité, Dieu the Drákos don't believe that their gods have always existed. The gods did not create the universe, the universe created the gods.
The universeThe universe gave birth to the world itself and its key features.
- Zihæt -- the earth
- Oceanus -- the seas
- the lord and lady of light -- the Twin Suns
- Zihæt's three sons -- Moon: Ven, Moon: Ag̀ and Moon: Loog̀iik
The first lords on ZihætThe Ancient Beasts were the first rulers of the surface lands of Zihæt. These included the dragons, the elemental lords, and several powerful beasts of nature. After the arrival of the younger races, these beings acquired names from the younger races that became common throughout the tribes that served them.
The ancient beasts and younger spirits are divine, but individuals. They ate, drank, and amused themsleves. They were very powerful and very dangerous when angry. However, with proper care, a person could be quite fairly at ease with them. The terrifying irrational has no place in classical mythology. (Adapted, Mythology, Edith Hamilton)