In the language of the gods, it means “alone.” For, in the beginning of all that is, there was one being. And like all who are alone, it desired companionship.

So it was that, in a flash of light, the world was born.

The Solitas gave of itself, its very being birthing the four elements. Earth, fire, wind and water took shape and, in turn, shaped the world. For eons, these primordial forces ruled over the creation, existing in a ferocious harmony.

But the Creator was not finished. From its consciousness sprang the gods, and from the gods came jealousy. The gods desired the world for themselves. They tried their hands at creation, stealing from the primordials to create….