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Minecraft Mythology Part 4Minecraft Mythology
A Bad Dream
Four years after the great divide, only three out of the 10 light dimensions had living creatures, the Overworld, End and Dravite dimension. The King of the Grasslands, Herobrine, had heard about the empty Twilight Dimensions, and decided to raid them. After 10 years of research, Herobrine sent his elite armies to fight an opposing force, but it did not exist. He merely sent his best warriors to live there, against his will. After the last of the warriors left, the portal was corrupted, leading to a strange world, but Herobrine didn't know. He jumped through the portal, and when he emerged, it disappeared from reality. He looked back, in horror. "What is this place?!" He yelled out. After the echo faded, ripples started to form into his vision. "What...what's happening?" After feeling gravity evaporate, the normal looking scenery changed into a reflection of insanity, the dimension known as Vethea! "This is what I put my soldiers throug
Minecraft Mythology Part 3Dravite Mythology
Golden Fields and Cadillions
Long ago, there was no such thing as Tomo. The small, toad-like things were about as real as the king of the underground. But one day, a Cori named Blitz was floating around the Dravite Meadows. He saw a peculiar creature under a tree, and decided to investigate. Once he reached he creatures tail, he tugged on it as hard has his psychic powers could let him. The creature sprang up onto its back legs, and let out a horse-like sound. "What was that for?" The creature turned around to see the ashamed Cori trying to apologies, but the Cadillion was too upset to listen. "You shall pay dearly." The Cadillion's horn burst into a harsh, blue light. After some time, the Cori opened his eyes. "Sweet nightmares, Tomo." The Cori looked down to see his body had morphed into that of a Tomo! The Cadillion walked off, sticking its snout in the air, and collecting quite the posy.
The Great DivideMinecraft Mythology
The great Divide
A tale of 10 worlds
In the beginning, the Overworld, Nether and Aether were all connected as Land, Sea, and Air. After the great war with the evil, a time of peace was entered once more. As the spirit leaders feared for their people, they decided to split the lands to prevent total conquest. The Overworld remained, but the other two changed dramatically.
The Nether became a floating, vast sea with no land, but after an enraged fit of the Water Spirit, the water dried into netherrack, sea weed was burnt into fire, and sand was melted and reborn as Soul Sand, trapping all the innocent sea creatures souls with it. Humans lost in the vast sea were turned into Pigs. Evil poured into the land after the Water Spirit turned into the Fire spirit, a demonic force. The pigs turned into Zombie Pigmen, and blazes formed from the lost souls of the humans. Lava Slimes were born out of bait that was found in boats, and Wither Skeletons formed from fossils in the ne
Scarlet Swords, An Aether FairyScarlet Swords
An Aether Fairy Tale
Long ago, before the great divide, the Overworld, Nether, and Aether were connected. The humans lived in the fire, grass and clouds in peace, with no fear of any creatures attacking them. Soon, evil forces worked their way into the world. Battlers, classed as Archers, Warriors, and Cori, became a well known force to aid the humans. Archers shot the evil from outposts on top of houses or mountains. Warriors fought the evil with swords, along side the Cori, a wise and powerful race of alien formation, who used magic to stun or freeze the evil. After one hundred years, the warriors had greatly depleted their numbers, and the evil had done the opposite, they increased dramatically. When all hope seemed to be lost, a hero emerged from the shadows, ready to face the evil, with nothing but his clothes and a golden, sparkling sword. He destroyed the evil forces, but the cost was his sword, which was forged by the greatest blacksmiths known to man. The Hero g
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