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At the dawn of time, when light and darkness was all that existed, the Absolute Being split the light to create the Rulers and split the darkness to create the Monarchs. As the Monarchs were born to destroy the world and the Rulers were born to protect it, it wasn't long before they engaged in a devastating war with each other. After eons of endless war with no victory in sight, the Rulers asked the Absolute Being to give them the strength to extinguish the Monarchs for good and finally put an end to the bloodshed. However, the Absolute Being did not reply and it was at that moment that the Rulers realized that their war with the Monarchs was mere entertainment to him, and that the Absolute Being did not want the war to end. This fact along with the realization that the war would never end as long as the Absolute Being was alive led seven of the eight Rulers to rebel against their god. Ashborn, the last and strongest Ruler, was the only one who remained loyal to the Absolute Being and tried his best to stop them, but they easily defeated him and left him for dead. With no one left to oppose them in their revolution, the Rulers marched into the throne room and speared the Absolute Being to death. After being reborn as the Shadow Monarch, Ashborn would later find the god's corpse still sitting on his throne, with the Rulers' spears sticking out of his body.[1]
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