Athoms, Wanderer of the Empty – Inspired by Fathkah’s creation of the Tower, Athoms began to shape and mould the empty realm as to begin the foundations of El-Rah. While capable of forming the lands by his thought and power alone, Athoms instead created the lands by his own hand, with various tools he made to aid him. He moulded mountains and hills as he went about his tending, as to review his work often without returning to the Tower. As with all things, he reserved the balance and while some mountains stood high; deep crevices were also formed, so deep that the light of the sun didn’t reach. Most of these crevices Athoms filled with water to remember their location and these formed the oceans of El-Rah. Athoms then textured the lands, making rock hard or soft as he saw fit. Finally Athoms ground his tools into dust and scattered them through the land, both above and below the ground and these formed the precious metals in El-Rah.
Athoms, Wanderer of the Empty – Inspired by Fathkah’s creation of the Tower, Athoms began to shape and mould the empty realm as to begin the creation of El-Rah. Despite having the power to create El-Rah instantly, Athoms created the lands by his own hand, tending to his creation with care. When he had finished; he had made all the lands of El-Rah and the oceans but they were yet to have any life growing at all. Athoms ensured that the foundations of El-Rah were strong and his followers believe that all things in life should reflect that action, whether building a town or orchestrating a war, all things must start with a strong foundation. Followers of Athoms tend not to use or approve of magic and instead use their own hands to get what they need and want in life. He gives favour to those who make a small gesture with the intent of giving more and those who steadily grow their power with patience and nurturing. Otherwise, he is indifferent to most of the people’s worship and will only bless those that respect the land and so, his creation. Athoms’ primary tool is a pickaxe which he would wield with great devastation if he so chooses, however, he rarely uses any of his power unless the realm of El-Rah is greatly damaged by the people through war or neglect.
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