The Three Great Beings together created the universe of Asteria and all that is.

Yan the Creator, the Wheel of Light

Yan is considered female and is depicted as a giant wheel of light and energy, perfectly circular and with many spokes, spinning somewhere out in the nothingness. As the Wheel constantly turns forever, specks of light and energy fall away and travel throughout the universe, creating matter as well as patterns through any existing matter, to form everything that is. Yan represents love, light, joy, creativity and, among mortals, the pursuit of closeness to other beings.

Rho the Void, the Destroying Dragon

Rho is considered male and is depicted as a giant black dragon. He is bigger and more ferocious than any creature in existence. Rho is able to create and manipulate shadows of any size, simply with his dark presence and massive wingspan. The Dragon also breathes a great, black fire which instantly destroys anything in its path. Rho represents death, greed, darkness, destruction and, among mortals, the pursuit of absolute power.

Kef the Storm, the Eternal Wind

Kef is considered genderless and is depicted as a massive tornado or cyclone. Kef is known as the wind and force which constantly flows through the universe, creating motion and affecting everything, including the state of the universe itself. Kef represents time, balance, change, chaos and, among mortals, the pursuit of self-realization.

Creation and Existence

There are essentially three divine forces at work in the realms, though each could be called by a variety of names. In the most simple terms, the forces could be described as light (Yan), darkness (Rho) and change (Kef). Rho is believed to have created the void on which Yan would make initial creations, after which Kef would cause perpetual change. Although some fanatics would claim otherwise, it is generally understood that The Three have not made themselves readily visible to mortals since the time of creation itself.

Temples and Followers

The mortals who identify as spiritual believers most commonly worship all three of the Great Beings in some shape or form, respecting and appreciating what each brings to creation. Nonetheless, there are still temples throughout the realms where one Being has been chosen and is worshiped as the greatest. Rhojidan, for example, is a city said to be founded on the site where Rho first came into being, and today it's home to the largest Temple of Rho.