We explored Lootverse and delved deeper into Lootian mythology, learning about the divine beings of this parallel world. The Lootian Pantheon consists of four classes of Gods and Goddesses: Primordial, Elder, World, and Personal. This ancient mythology narrates how deities were created, from the land, sky, and water to the species, creatures, and races that inhabit Lootverse. There are twenty-one gods in total, each with their own temple guarding the Lootian borders and facing the endless void. Using advanced technology, the NeoWorlder team is able to detect the energies of the gods in real time and display their movements on the map. From the data we collected, we would like to introduce you to the first two beings in the cosmos according to Lootian History: Einvaldi and Annuler, the Primordial Gods.
Einvaldi: The God of Existence
Similar to Earthian Mythology, the Pantheon and History of Lootverse are surrounded by tragedy from their beginning. According to Lootian Lore, Einvaldi and Annuler once coexisted in harmony, maintaining balance in the cosmic void. However, over what seemed like millennia, their own company was not enough to bring them happiness, so they decided to create other beings. This led to the creation of the six Elder Gods, which included Kempe (God of Civilization) and Udrar (God of Wrath).
The Elder Gods acted independently and created the five World Gods, including Niefel (Goddess of Death). Over time, the gods watched over the world from Olympus, their home, but Einvaldi and Annuler began to feel uneasy about their creation. Niefel and Udrar, fearing for their lives, killed Einvaldi in his sleep. His death led to the creation of all the elements and particles that materialized the world for its creatures and races. Historical records suggest that approaching his temple reveals only a celestial light, with no clear form visible.
Annuler: Goddess of The Void
Annuler is known as the first widow in Lootian History, and her story is marked by sadness and violence. Records indicate that her grief over losing her partner turned into fury and chaos, causing her to chase the other Gods seeking revenge. Taking refuge, the other deities elected Kempe as their Chief God and gave him some of their power to fight Annuler. As the invincible champion he was destined to be, Kempe faced his mother and put an end to her life.
According to ancient civilizations, Kempe separated Annuler’s body into pieces, which formed the landmasses and natural resources of Lootverse. Her blood created the raging seas. In depictions, she is usually shown holding a snake in her left hand, with claws protruding from her right hand, symbolizing her wrath, as research suggests.
Stay tuned for the next revealing, and visit Lootverse to have a closer look at all Gods!