Aur, the sun, the god, existed on a throne of gold in the fiery inferno of his namesake.
However, Aur was alone. He was the only being of his power. Out of sheer will, he summoned Liir, the moon, the warrior. She sat upon a silver throne, four planets from her maker, watching the planet of life. Her father, Aur, grew jealous of her proximity to Earth, and, to win the favour of some of its inhabitants, bestowed upon them some of his powers. Liir watched as battles broke out. She guided some of the warriors, but they did not respect her or her wisdom. Instead, out of spite, the creatures with their new powers named themselves the Inshaurii and banded together. Aur, quite pleased that those he gifted called themselves the children of the sun, decided to show some pity to Liir. He took the Inshaurii and changed them. He made some of them look more like him, and made the rest look like Liir.
Liir saw this change as her father expre