Old Dragon's Tail.
In the days of old we were the only ones to inhabit Corrigenda. Then when Ciará arrived during the darkening of the sun as she passed between Gautama and Corrigenda everything became unstable and the Fae appeared. Two hundred and fifty years later the the alignment reappeared in the sky and then the humans began to populate the world. I am worried about the next one in twenty years, what will we have next??It is believed that every time there is a double eclipse some new race will emerge to inhabit the face of Corrigenda. Though there is no proof this is, in fact, the truth. There have been many double eclipses since the emergence of humans with no evidence of any new races. With almost every double eclipse there is a major disaster of some sort.
The first two incidences of the double eclipse a new race appeared on Corrigenda. Because of this, the dragons feared it would continue and so the saying came about
When the brother steps between the sister and her paramour life will emerge once more.
Timeline:7500 BTO: creation of Corrigenda 7300 BTO: Dragons first race of Corrigenda 7100 BTO: Fae second race of Corrigenda 6850 BTO: Human third race of Corrigenda 6550 BTO: East coast tidal raise 6250 BTO: double eclipse 5950 BTO: Bay dries up, the land extends farther out 5650 BTO: double eclipse 5350 BTO: New mountain range appears 5050 BTO: double eclipse 4750 BTO: double eclipse 4450 BTO: Volcano appears off the south coast 4150 BTO: double eclipse 3850 BTO: double eclipse 3550 BTO: double eclipse 3250 BTO: Vast wildfires 2950 BTO: double eclipse 2650 BTO: start of the "unending war" 2350 BTO: double eclipse 2050 BTO: double eclipse 1750 BTO: Massive earthquakes 1450 BTO: double eclipse 1150 BTO: double eclipse 850 BTO: Wild storms which last for three years 550 BTO: double eclipse 250 BTO: Great Cattle Drop, in the town of Tanneris 3 OTO: "unending war" ends 51 OTO: double eclipse 351 OTO: double eclipse 651 OTO: Great Chasm appears tearing across Gaullium 951 OTO: double eclipse 1251 OTO: double eclipse (yet to be seen)
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