In the beginning, there was Chaos and there was Cosmos. Chaos was the Darkness and Cosmos was the Light. Cosmos established a balance in the universe by making Space, while Chaos challenged stability by calling in Time. It was the collision of Chaos and Cosmos that ultimately resulted in continuous creation - Space and Time. It was, then, from within a whirling vortex of creative energy and the intersection of Space and Time that the world was born - Trieste the Immortal Land. But when the forces that had gathered and opposed one another had formed the Land, they stopped. A new stability seemed to descend upon the universe, and with Trieste the cycle of mad creation simply ended.
The time of the resurrection of the human race was not a time of ultimate rejoicing. The threat of Karon and his followers still lived fresh in the minds of the survivors, and they instilled this fear and caution in future generations. It was widely known that the seals that held Karon trapped in the Abyss were temporary, and it was widely believed that Karon would grow in power and one day seek to attack Trieste again. So the humans continued to develop their knowledge and power to defeat any enemy, and called themselves “Dekaron” the resistors and the enemies of Karon and all evil. This is the time of the Dekaron and the struggle against the Abyss.