The Creator of Existence
Architect is the Primordial Deity that created Existence itself and laid the groundwork for everything within it. Nobody knows much else about Him. Not even His Firstborn: Origin and Guardian. And thanks to His disappearance so long ago — which is in these days is known as the Great Sorrow — only a handful of beings fully remember His presence.
According to His daughter Origin — who was the least affected by her Father's memory purge — He was an enigmatic individual, who did His best to raise His Firstborn well. He did not spoke all that often, especially when He fell into one of His thoughtful moods, and could in those times be unresponsive for a considerate amount of time.
Creator of two realities
Architect is considered to be the sole architect of Miand'Més and Mésvéstell. However, according to Himself, He only gave thought to the Reality of Mésvéstell during His slumber long, oh so long ago in the White Sanctum. Thus, is was His opinion that Mésvéstell was born from his subconsciousness self and grew and evolved on its own, without any direct influence from Higher Beings.
Miand'Més however, began to take form after His Awakening and was more consciously developed. At least its foundation, as it started to evolve and grow more independently, something that was encouraged by Him.
Feared and respected
By supposed allies
Architect is mentioned with deep respect by even the most chaotic and self-centered of Divinities, and a major reason for this is perhaps a bit boring: His tremendous power. Undoubtedly, He would be capable of erasing all of Existence with little difficulty, excluding White Sanctum. Many of [the Divinities] also fear what would occur when He returns; something everyone is certain will happen one day. The question is, when will He do so?
According to Origin, the Unreal Ones — Beings of Nonexistence — have much more respect for Architect than the Divinities do. And their fear of Him is even deeper, as He is Existence personified. Origin came to this conclusion, cause the Unreal Ones reacted in a similar manner when She found herself in the Great Dark Ocean and battled them, most notably the Postiraem. And if they feared and respected Her, then they undoubtedly would regard Him in similar — but higher — fashion.
As a Primordial Divinity, Architect's true appearance and scope of size are incomprehensible to mortal beings. But He would from time to time take on a form that even the tiniest ant could perceive. In these cases, His supposedly most well-used appearance was that of a middle-aged, well-muscled human male with short-cropped, dark blond hair and stubble. (According to Origin, Architect took to this form rather naturally but that might be thanks to familiarity.) His hard eyes are said the have been of deep blue shade, and the coloring His skin was reminiscent to that of the ethnicities found around the northern hemisphere of Miand'Més.
Architect's true appearance and scope of size are incomprehensible to mortal beings. Most would die instantly from shock or at the very least lose their mind, to the point of becoming close to drooling vegetables. Even Divinities and the Unreal — I gather, thanks to conversations with Origin — would have had a hard time comprehending his true form. Only His Firstborn could witness His true self and only be mildly blinded by it. The closest thing They would compare Him to was that of a nebula.
The Great Sorrow
The Great Sorrow is the event, and short aftermath, in which Architect vanished without a trace. When He vanished, all beings within the Omniverse lost nearly all memories of Him, and the fragments that were left behind were — and still are, as of the writing of this book — obscure at best. The whole ordeal was not a very pleasant experience and the scars left from that period are still visible to this day. Zar-Kesheth is most notable and infamous.
"I am sorry that I do not have more information. I wish I knew more, but as of now, my knowledge about Architect is lacking. Origin was the one who knew Him best, but She does not like to talk about Him. Too painful, I reckon.
The Unreal Ones.
The Realm of Existence.
The Shores of Reality.
The White Sanctum.
The Laws of Physics.
The Laws of Magic.
The Laws of Miracles.
Creation & Destruction.
Life & Death.
"To use Foresight is to see the future through a cracked window. Finally, there comes a point where the pieces are too small and too numerous for you to get a good understanding of them. Imagine it like staring into thousands of tiny grains of glass at once.
Magical Energy Creation.
Magical Energy Amplifying.
"With great power comes great responsibility, daughter. Be sure to remember that.