Kaira tore their spirit and their flesh to create the Deities out of love and loneliness. To these powerful creatures, they gave creatures divided on a planet, Kairas. They cobbled together this planet from swirling dust they caught between their open palms, shaping the seas and the land as best they could with tears, dust, and rock.
Kaira created Lady Endurance and King from the land and air. They molded them to perfection. The Elders walked the vast plane of existence each taking from their creation a bit of nuance.
Lady Endurance felt the land that made them and in turn, wanted to give something back. They created humans and were proud of their creation. To work the land, toil it, and to make it prosper for always.
King, a being of air and range, felt great power in being among the first of Kaira's children and wanted to emulate their creator. Thus they took swirls of air and puffs of clouds and created the arenai. Delightful and lithe, these creatures danced upon the day and met with the humans. They talked of the work they would do toiling the lands to create, build homes, and more and wanted to be a part of it. They learned hard work and the humans learned of companionship.
Kaira took the peace that came. As no time seemed to pass and the creatures on the planet met and discussed their dreams turned to want to do more and more things. King and Lady Endurance asked how to help their children and Kaira tore from themselves once more and created a night to cover the planet at times, so there would be change. They created the Night Bringer and the Bright Justice, siblings. One to be in charge of the night and the other, day.
Night Bringer was thrilled and took it upon themselves to populate the dark time with the tears that Kaira had shed, creating stars. The biggest one they set twirling around the planet as the moon, Kastar.
Bright Justice, not wanting to be outdone by their sibling, took the biggest moon and breathed on to it. Their breath made it hotter and hotter and they set it some distance away to make a day, even brighter for the creatures on the planet. They swath the planet in their pale blue cloak so that the rays of their sun did not harm the planet.
With this came time.
As the planet Kairas begin to rotate between this night and this day many changes occurred. The humans and arenai learned from these changes, developed, and progressed. They begin to notice things growing differently. They got older, and for the first time, they felt fear as to what would happen if things continued in this way. They cried out to their creators and keepers for answers and were met with a deity they did not recognize Noble Death. Death spoke to them and told them of the places that they had created for them after this life. That with change comes time and with time comes endings and beginning. As Endurance and King were their beginning they would be their ending and usher them into their next cycle of change.
The creatures were terrified and mute at this softspoken Pangod. They acknowledged and feared them. They began to pray to all the gods in earnest with questions, thoughts, and (new to them) regrets things they had not known before knowing it could all end.
Kaira, understanding that they had begun something they could not stop, saw to make peace for their children as final as they could. They ripped themselves apart and took from the land the creatures had toiled to make them a caretaker, a Mother who would help them understand transformations, fertility, and the marriage of things to create new things.
From the new sun, Kaira carved out a chunk and added it to the last piece of themselves. With a small twist, they created two identical beings and called one Protector and one Preserver. To protect and to preserve what little could be for the new mortals.
The Mother talked with the people of the land, listened to their prayers, and received their offerings and birth for them the Wild and the Muse. Wild, to sew the seeds of rebellion and temptation to start change and Muse the seeds of enlightenment, free-thinking, and liberation to fill their days and nights with hope and meaning.