It all began many thousands of years ago. The earth were not much but a barren wasteland inhospitable to life. The great goddess wanted to create life on the Earth, though anything living could not survive
Come along now, as I begin the creation of the rain and the oceans.
It all begins here, with the steady release of the great sustainer of life, water.
And so it began, with the great goddess initiating the release of water unto the barren Earth, loaded with other special ingredients, and some love. Great powerful love, the beginner of all life.
At last, the great goddess of the universe cast upon a new thing to a barren landscape. Small droplets of water began falling from the sky, at a very fast rate for weeks at a time, until the world were an ocean. No life could possibly live before, but at the same time, nothing big could live in all this water quite yet. The ingredients needed time to get settled.
As the great rain finally came to an end, the Earth dome had been filled completely to the brim. The great goddess realized her mistake, that nothing could possibly grow big here without any air to breathe. So she added series of controlled drains, sinkholes, to gradually let out small amounts of water at a time.
After many thousands of years passing, the water had finally drained enough for some exposed land to show. On the land were left some ingredients to kickstart life, leftover from the Great Rain, food in the form of vegetation had appeared on the land. With the Earth now being viable, the Great Goddess introduced many animals of different kind to test the new bearer of life for another few thousand years.
As life continued to grow, The Great Goddess repeated the cycle of rain and drain more often, though on a way smaller scale. This way, everything could get enough water to grow and thrive. The Great Goddess's reach is limited however, with some areas still barren and unable to get good rain. Nonetheless, with the continual progress of life, the Great Goddess soon added humans, and the humans went on to do grand things... THE END