Commit e01dce3e authored by Craig Maloney's avatar Craig Maloney
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During the years leading up to the war **Chaosah** grew in strength. They played **Magmah** and **Aquah** against each other and were responsible for escalating a few skirmishes into an all-out war. The fighting spread, and the other schools were dragged into the conflict. **Zombiah** was dragged into the fighting after an attempt from both **Magmah** and **Aquah** to secure more resources to build weapons. **Zombiah** took heavy losses during the attacks and used their magic to animate and re-animate both mechanical constructs and fallen warriors. **Hippiah** tried to stay neutral but in the wake of starvation they caved and used their magic to help supply any who came to them with food and shelter.
Nobody is quite sure why The **High Council of Ah** remained silent for most of the war, but historians point to two significant events that may have lead to their entry. The first was noticing **Zombiah** was re-animating their fallen warriors in large numbers. The predominant theory explains that such a large reanimation caused a disturbance in the spirit world, and Ah could not help but interfere and interfere swiftly. The second event was Ah realizing that Chaosah was stoking the fires of this conflict into an all-out war. Worse, they were using their advanced knowledge to poke holes into Hereva itself. The theory holds that The Great Tree of Komona was the last defense against the eventual annihilation of the reality of Hereva, and left unchecked Chaosah would poke enough holes in Hereva to cause irreparable harm. Regardless of the true reason **Ah** joined the fighting and immediately went after the witches of **Chaosah**. **Ah** systematically destroyed each witch of **Chaosah** in turn until only Cayenne, Thyme and Cumin remained.i
Nobody is quite sure why The **High Council of Ah** remained silent for most of the war, but historians point to two significant events that lead to their entry in 254. The first was **Ah** noticing that **Zombiah** was re-animating their fallen warriors in large numbers. The predominant theory explains that such a large reanimation caused a disturbance in the spirit world, and Ah could not help but interfere swiftly to prevent such a disturbance. The second event was **Ah** realizing that **Chaosah** was stoking the fires of this conflict into an all-out war. Worse, they were using their advanced knowledge to poke holes into Hereva itself. The theory holds that The Great Tree of Komona was the last defense against the eventual annihilation of the reality of Hereva, and left unchecked **Chaosah** would poke enough holes in Hereva to cause irreparable harm. Regardless of the true reason **Ah** joined the fighting and immediately went after the witches of **Chaosah**. **Ah** systematically destroyed each witch of **Chaosah** in turn until only Cayenne, Thyme and Cumin remained.
Defiant, Cayenne and Thyme fought the forces of **Ah**. Cumin tried to escape but was picked off. Cayenne held an offensive position while Thyme attempted to summon up reinforcements. Unfortunately Thyme had not planned on the ferocity of **Ah**'s assault, and her spell began to use up the available Rea from the surrounding area. Cayenne was unable to block the power drain and both her and Thyme were ill-prepared for the ensuing rupture that killed them. It took several adepts of **Ah** to try to contain flow of Rea. The Great Tree, unbalanced by the destruction of **Chaosah** spewed Rea throughout Hereva with such force that it blew one of the limbs off of the tree (which later became Kerberos). The resulting shock-wave of Rea from The Great Tree explosion disrupted the rupture long enough for it to seal.
But the damage was done. With **Chaosah** destroyed the magic of Hereva was deteriorating rapidly. **Ah** enlisted **Zombiah** to revive what it could of **Chaosah**. Cumin was revived but that was not enough to restore balance. Reluctantly Thyme and Cayenne were revived and charged with finding a true heir to carry on the **Chaosah** school and train them. **Chaosah** was put under careful watch to ensure they were indeed training their school's heir.
The remaining members from the magic schools were assembled and a treaty was brokered, the results of which are stored in a magic lock-box visible only to select members of the schools. With the treaty came an end the fighting and bloodshed that had almost destroyed Hereva.
The remaining members from the magic schools were assembled and a treaty was brokered, the results of which are stored in a magic lock-box visible only to select members of the schools. With the treaty came an end the fighting and bloodshed that almost destroyed Hereva.
The **High Council of Ah** determined that both **Magmah** and **Aquah** were to blame for the conflict. Because **Magmah** and **Aquah** began this conflict The **High Council of Ah** ruled that both **Magmah** and **Aquah** should suffer the ultimate shame of being re-named by the other school for 10 years. **Magmah** renamed **Aquah** as **Wharrgarblah**, and **Aquah** renamed **Magmah** as **Kielbasah**. The records for both schools changed immediately and have recently reverted back to their original names.
Soon after the treaty **Zombiah** focused on animating constructs and creating stronger materials. It's unclear if **Ah** was responsible for **Zombiah**'s change in focus, or if it became more economical to animate constricts than re-animate the dead. Only those with access to the lock-box know the truth.
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