[Warcraft History] Chapter 1 - Mythos - The Titans and the Shaping of the Universe

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No one knows exactly how the universe began. Some theorize that a catastrophic
cosmic explosion sent the infinite worlds spinning out into the vastness of the Great Dark
­ worlds that would one day bear life forms of wondrous and terrible diversity. Others
believe that the universe was created as a whole by a single all­powerful entity. Though
the exact origins of the chaotic universe remain uncertain, it is clear that a race of
powerful beings arose to bring stability to the various worlds and ensure a safe future for
the beings that would follow in their footsteps.
The Titans, colossal, metallic­skinned gods from the far reaches of the cosmos, explored
the newborn universe and set to work on the worlds they encountered. They shaped the
worlds by raising mighty mountains and dredging out vast seas. They breathed skies
and raging atmospheres into being. It was all part of their unfathomable, far­sighted plan
to create order out of chaos. They even empowered primitive races to tend to their works
and maintain the integrity of their respective worlds.
Ruled by an elite sect known as the Pantheon, the Titans brought order to a hundred
million worlds scattered throughout the Great Dark Beyond during the first ages of
creation. The benevolent Pantheon, which sought to safeguard these structured worlds,
was ever vigilant against the threat of attack from the vile extra­dimensional entities of
the Twisting Nether. The Nether, an ethereal dimension of chaotic magics that
connected the myriad worlds of the universe, was home to an infinite number of malefic,
demonic beings who sought only to destroy life and devour the energies of the living
universe. Unable to conceive of evil or wickedness in any form, the Titans struggled to
find a way to end the demons' constant threat.

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