Creation myth

Creation myth

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  • Once there was an empty planet.
  • A spirit found the planet, without life. It was so blank, The Spirit named it The Isle of Mist, and decided to live there.
  • The Spirit was lonely.
  • Soon trees and grass covered the land.
  • But the spirit was still lonely.
  • And decided to add life to the planet.
  • So the spirit created a lion, and on Pride Stone, in the middle of the river, dubbed him King of The Beasts.
  • However, there were no other animals for the King of the Beasts to rule over.
  • So The Spirit moved Pride Stone to an open field.
  • And created more creatures to look up to the Lion King.
  • The Spirit first made other big cats, to help the king with ruling. Then the primates. The Spirit made most of the mammals and then the marsupials. Next was the reptiles, birds and amphibians. Finally, The Spirit made fish, insects, and the last of the mammals, rodents.
  • All animals, except the two lowest levels of the caste system, have a representative in this council, and the Lion King himself speaks for the big cats.
  • For an animal council, the King took one animal from each of the groups of creatures.
  • The order of which the animals were created is what makes the caste system on the island.
  • After creating the animals, The Spirit flew into the sky, so that he could watch over his planet, and has not been seen since.
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