Enter the world of Afterlife

Learn how the Contest between the Great Powers began

Spirit of light
Spirit of light

Contest between the Great Powers

Ever since primeval times the powers of Darkness and Light have been engaged in an unending war called the Eternal Battle. Demons driven by the energy of emptiness have tried to consume all things. Only the powerful spirits of Light have been able to stop the hordes of Darkness. Innumerable battles went on in every corner of the universe, which was itself on the verge of destruction. When it seemed that nothing could save this world anymore, Aira, the Goddess of Life, emerged out of the chaos of the battle between Light and Darkness. All power of being was under her control. By using the great spell of separation, Aira divided the Light from the Darkness and put a stop to the Eternal Battle. Harmony entered this world.

To balance Light and Darkness, Aira decided to create Medianum, a world for the living. The goddess populated it with a great number of plants and all kinds of beings. She appointed Elnars, the spirits of nature, to preserve order within the world of the living. However, not everyone was pleased to see this happen…

Elnars
Elnars
Farghor
Farghor

The demon Farghor, leader of the dark forces, decided to kill Aira so that the Eternal Battle would go on. Through cunning and deception Farghor infiltrated the Goddess’s inner circle, disguising himself as one of the spirits of nature. So, when Aira approached to bless her new assistant, Farghor pierced her heart with a sliver of a black sun and disappeared into a portal of Darkness. Despairing Elnars gathered all their forces to support the Goddess’s life. The Medianum was left to fend for itself.

Once again, chaos, death and destruction came into this world. The ties that once upheld the spell of separation came apart. Innumerable hosts of warriors of Light, Darkness, and Nature gathered for the decisive fight. The unexplored and dangerous afterworld was chosen to be their battlefield. And now the fate of the living depends on the dead…