The Great Exodus
Around the time of the First Unilateral War, The great leader Herman des Villeyres, signed an accord with the The Old Ones ruled by Klier mit Undurti, who had chosen not to war with his forces but instead to aid them. Herman granted them large masses of land in the southern continents and gave them the rights to build civilization as they saw fit. Undurti took his people and moved to the southern isles, where he maintained order and civility for many decades.
But the rumblings of rebellion had followed them and stirred the hearts of the young and fiery children of the so-called Peacemakers. Undurti died ten years before the mighty King did, but his body was maintained by a shape-shifter who took over all formal duties. In their fortieth-annual accord commencement, there was an assassination attempt on Herman’s life and that of his son Ulric, by the self-proclaimed Warbringers. A move that the great king had seen coming, and taken measures to ensure failure. The Warbringers were summarily exiled by Herman to the frozen East, eventually settling on the Yourtil Islands and giving birth to a small population. The Great Exodus is the name for their three-year journey from their homelands to the far lands and, eventually, into obscurity.