- Description: According to Orzecan records, the very visitor to the children imprisoned within the Abyss of Oblivion was none other than the one adorned in white scales invoking the dried, twisted bark of the Kamasylve, who could change its shape in whatever form imaginable, yet chose the visage of the snake, Hadum's serpent, Ibedor. It is recorded that the snake was drawn to the hope that resonated within the songs sung by the children.
‘My small, pretty fairies. Name your toy soldiers. Then they shall become your friends and join in your song. Sing about dancing together in flower beds, on white sands by the sea, through the thick forest.‘
Just as the snake instructed, the children named and sang to their toy soldiers of brass and bronze. Immediately, the snake breathed life through the children's verses. Reborn, the toy soldiers became ancient weapons, which began to take apart the children's prison, the Abyss of Oblivion. Belshuan and Hexa Moa defeated the ancient weapons, yet realized for the first time the presence of another shadow in this world, resulting in a thousand days of prayer offered up to the Thornwood Goddess of the divine tree Quturan, who had failed to prevent this darkness, which eventually led to the birth of Kzarka.
And after that day, a new kind of knowledge was born in Orzeca. For a sliver of a moment, but a method to escape the eyes of the shadow. That knowledge was stolen away by the last remaining ancient weapon hidden within the Abyss of Oblivion, and would be returned to the Crypt of Resting Thoughts by the Goblin Denulo in the distant future.