History of Galidor

“When the Primordials Ishaarl and Ogremach came to seek vengeance on gods for their actions in the First War, threatening the world of mortals once again, one man led the forces of the world in the fight. Galidor, who some say was himself divine, led the defense.
While the gods faced off against Ogremach the Destroyer, Galidor battled Ishaarl alone. After three days and three nights of fierce battle, many gods lay dead. Their sacrifice gave the remaining gods the strength to create a prison plane to lock away Ogremach.
The fight between Ishaarl and Galidor raged on for three more days. Both sides were flagging, their strength failing but their resolve only growing. In one final attempt, Galidor slew Ishaarl, or so he thought. The Primordial was destroyed, but in the aftermath, Galidor was consumed. Both primordial and mortal soul were sundered, Ishaarl into five parts, and Galidor into three. And thus ended the story of Galidor the Divine.”

- Excerpt from “The Demise of Galidor”

“After the death of Galidor, his four disciples went their separate ways, each with one Aspect of Ishaarl and a pact to lock it away by whatever means necessary.”

- Excerpt from “The Students of Galidor”

“Khalan Mal, the oldest student of Galidor, took with him the Earth Aspect. Khalan was a rational and learned man, partial to the arcane arts and science. He found a source of power to lock away the Aspect and there he spent the rest of his days; he retired from the life he once knew and focused on the study of astronomy and Arcana.
Ever a cautious man, Khalan knew that others may one day seek to open the Gate. And so, he built his home to protect the Gate from those who would seek to open it.”

- Excerpt from “The Students of Galidor: Khalan Mal”

“Khalan constructed a system to reseal the gate should anyone try to open it. He encased great primal power taken directly from the spirits of the Feywild into a number of small crystals. In an emergency, Khalan could use these crystals to seal the Gate, even if it had already been opened.”

- Excerpt from “The Students of Galidor: Khalan Mal”

History of Galidor

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