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 Knight Online History... Chapter. 1

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PostSubject: Knight Online History... Chapter. 1   Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:19 pm

I don't know if you guys like reading the history behind the moments and events of the game you play but I do like to do that. That's why I decided that I'm going to post Knight Online's History as a whole...

You fight with courage, you fight with honor... But why do you truly fight?

To understand our war, and why our Knights battle, we must seek the knowledge of things forgotten by most. The roots of our conflict go as deep as the very nature of the universe. The World was not always as it is today.

In the age before time as we know it, there was only the mystic void and the ancient, unformed energies. What initiated the change is beyond understanding, but the ancient energies began to gain substance. And out of this fabric of developing substance, a thread, a very special power, gained consciousness.

Logos was this being, and his impulse was to create a reflection of himself. It was he who shaped what would become the world of Carnac with its tall mountains, deep valleys and blue skies. Logos conjured water to carve the rocks, flood the valleys and fill the oceans. Soon the world was marvelous, like a turquoise jewel hanging in the mystic void. Logos was not satisfied, however. He felt that there must be others to experience the splendors of the rivers, oceans and lakes. The rocks and mountains were grand, but lifeless.

Drawing from the energies he had used to fashion the mountains, Logos created life. There were now fish to swim in the water, and trees to grow out of the dirt. Next appeared animals of the land and soaring birds to grace the sky. And lastly, Logos made humans, whom he created in his likeness. Humans were as Logos in that they too had the power to mold the world to suit their needs.

For a time all was well. Logos, called a God by the humans, was content and all of his creations rejoiced and prospered in the world bestowed to them.

It was soon to be undone.

In his haste to create humankind in his own image, Logos left a piece of energy half-formed. It lay forgotten in the darkest valley and there it stayed for centuries, waiting for its turn to be molded into something beautiful.

At first it was patient.

"Logos has a special plan for me," it thought to itself. "Maybe he has not yet decided what to mold me into."

However, as with all conscious beings shown some attention but then abandoned, its patience waned and it grew bitter. Instilled with a mind not so different from Logos, the forgotten piece of energy slowly willed itself into full shape. Not limited as humans were in their finished form, bit by bit it developed beyond them. With each transformation it grew ever more powerful, and ever more hateful of having been forgotten.

By the time Logos recalled the Forgotten One, it was far too late. An entity which named itself Pathos had come to be. It rivaled Logos in power and contained none of his compassion. Instead, it longed to twist what Logos had painstakingly created. As revenge, Pathos' first act was to infuse the world with Change.

From Pathos' act came the four seasons, day and night, life and death. This was not enough for Pathos as he wanted Logos to experience the pain and abandonment he had felt. Taking a handful of sand, Pathos infused within every grain what would be known as the sins of humankind, filled with sentiments and impulses as dark as those in Pathos. Each grain he took and planted into human nature. And with that act, people turned away from Logos. They learned greed, lust and a desire to dominate and destroy.

Logos' vision for an enduring world retaining its splendor for all eternity had been shattered by Pathos' introduction of death. Logos had the power to create but he did not posses the power to renew. And while it was not Pathos' intention, the distinction between life and death brought about a new being. The duty to recreate life from the energies left behind by the dead fell to a new God: the Goddess of Life, Akara.

Akara was in constant contact with every living being. She watched the old wither and die and she nurtured the young to take their place. She learned to understand the creatures which inhabited the world in ways Logo could not. She loved them as her own even though they paid her no homage. Over time, she felt Logos grow ever distant in his grief; she knew that Logos now neglected his creations for he could not bear the pain of how they had been changed, especially of how they died. Akara despaired that life no longer prospered as it once had under the guidance of the creator.

The people would sometimes pray:

We are your children, Though forgotten, Do not forsake us.

"Perhaps," she thought, "I should adopt these children as my own."

Logos sensed Akara's thoughts, and feared that he would lose his creations completely. He promised Akara that he would resume his responsibilities, and the Goddess was satisfied for the time being.

Just as Logos began fulfilling his promise, Pathos re-emerged. This time he decided to pervert the earliest of Logos' creations, the very mountains upon which Logos had first felt the winds and touched the clouds. Pathos called up fire from deep within Carnac's core. Horrified at the destruction of his beloved mountains, Logos was unable to stop Pathos. Destructive forces flowed to ignite forests and boil rivers. Humans stood petrified at the horror unfolding before them, and many lost their lives.

Logos again retreated into his own despair and cared not a bit for the world that was no longer his own.

This time Akara was determined to take over Logos' responsibility. And since she knew he would never give it up easily, for the good of life itself, she conspired to rid the world of the weak-hearted Logos and the ruthless Pathos.

Akara's twisted desire resulted in the creation of a new God: Cypher. This being knew nothing but destruction and deceit.

Akara went to Logos and told him of this new God, "He has the power to destroy, nothing more, nothing less. Using his power, you can be rid of Pathos."

Upon hearing this, Logos was elated and immediately left to seek out Cypher. As he left with dreams of his world returning to its prior form, he failed to see the Goddess' smile.
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