The Eternal Kingdom
Deus Ignis Aeternum
The Lord of the Eternal Fire, King of Flamma Luna
The Eternal Lord of Fire and King of Flamma Luna, Deus Ignis Aeternum. The God of the Eternal Flame. More commonly known as simply the King, Deus Ignis Aeternum is one of the six Elemental Lords that fell to the World during the Great Cataclysm sacrificing his place in Heaven in order to save his siblings. Since crashing to the World, Deus Ignis Aeternum has held a great hatred for all things Arcane and Mystical, preferring the pure magicks of Heaven and the Divine, blaming all other magicks as heresy and the reason he and his siblings are now trapped on the World. He is also rumored to still mistrust humanity as beings of cruelty and greed, rather creating his own children, the Rosenharts, to worship and serve him. After spending thousands of years alone in the World, Dues Ignis Aeternum eventually rediscovered the Domina Noctis Aeternae and fell wildly in love with her. Soon after the two were married under the night sky and joined their power, wills, and forces to create a new Kingdom, the Eternal Kingdom, Flamma Luna.
Since the union of Fire and Darkness, Deus Ignis Aeternum has calmed significantly, resulting in a much more prosperous and peaceful world. He still holds a grudge against the Dei Mons Aeterni, the Lord of the Earth, to the North, but while sleeping the two countries are civil with one another. Though sleeping, the King still strikes a mighty visage in the minds of men as his will can still be felt in his sleep. Those that dream of him can see the mighty Lord as he once was, Awake, surrounded in flames, his body molten metal and rock formed into the visage of a man. He is a goliath, wearing the skulls of his enemies, his sword held in hand, his gaze forever burning.
The Eternal Lord of Fire and King of Flamma Luna, Deus Ignis Aeternum. The God of the Eternal Flame. More commonly known as simply the King, Deus Ignis Aeternum is one of the six Elemental Lords that fell to the World during the Great Cataclysm sacrificing his place in Heaven in order to save his siblings. Unbeknownst to Deus Ignis Aeternum at the time, that by sacrificing himself in order to save his siblings he would also lose his spot in Heaven never being able to rejoin his mother Lux there, or hear her voice again. This sent Deus Ignis Aeternum down a path of terrible violence and wrath, demanding the lives of the ones that stole his, Deus Ignis Aeternum began to hunt down humanity. Humanity was quickly brought to the brink of extinction by Dues Ignius Aeternum and several of his siblings, but his other siblings managed to stay his hand, begging him to give humanity another chance as they were a species that could learn from their mistakes. In the end Deus Ignis Aeternum agreed and left the care of humanity to the Lords that cared enough to watch over them.
After living in isolation for more than a thousand years, watching humanity from afar, Deus Ignius Aeternum eventually began to feel the pangs of loneliness and regret. Deus Ignius Aeternum soon took over the care of a small, nomadic tribe that had begun to follow and worship him. The tribe flourished beneath his strange and harsh rule, and even managed to coax some good out of the Lord. The Deus Ignius Aeternum went on to establish a city-state for his tribe, cementing their claim in the World, further pushing them as they became a true force of his will, worshiping him all the more. Feeling isolated from his own people, the now crowned King then created the First Child, the first Rosenhart. Made from his own flesh and blood, he had hoped to create himself an equal and brother, but his creation abandoned him, driving the King made once more. Nearly destroying all that he had created, it wasn’t until a new child was given to him, the son of the First Child, the King named him Rosenhart and he had established his lineage for a Noble House of his own blood.
With the Sons and Daughters he had always wanted, the King seemed to be in position to create a nation all of his own, but in the end he needed one more thing: A Queen. Though not looking for a Queen, one found the King in the Domina Noctis Aeternae, the Lady of the Eternal Night. Her and her people, had been travelers too when they came across the King’s city, and instead of driving her away like all others, the King fell madly in love with her, seeing his mother’s love and kindness in her, and he simply had to have her. Like the King, the Domina Noctis Aeternae’s time on the World had changed her, and she was not the Goddess she was before. Because of this, she did not see the King as the barbaric God of Fire he was now seen as by his siblings, but as a God of What Could Be. Agreeing to marry him, the Domina Noctis Aeternae became his Queen.