Just thought you'd like to know the outcome of the fight, and the conclusion reached.
The Earth guardian, one of the first beings created, poured her spirit into a great tree that occupied a section of the chaotic space (before those morons in charge back then decided to separate the dimensions; at that point, only the 1st and 2nd dimensions existed). This tree became the great Gaia, whose knowledge and love was boundless. With her heaven-reaching branches, she pulled from the sky a set of stars and filled them each with a separate power, using the water child's help to plant and seed them.
These were the starseeds; first living beings within the 3rd dimension, next to Gaia herself. They were unchallenged by all (within that dimension). Gaia, as the war between the 1st and 2nd dimensions grew fiercer and fiercer, used her power to form a void with her branches; a barrier that formed the boundaries which separated the 2nd from the 3rd and the 3rd from the not-yet populated 4th dimension.
So in essence, because you were one of the first beings created within the 3rd dimension, ye-yeah you're powerful. :: High five. ::
And I did think that all the starseeds died out thanks to their mistaken alliance with the Nagroms in the 3rd and final Lithian/Nagrom war. The starseeds as a whole were tricked by the Nagroms ('cause the Nagroms are sneaky bastards like that), and they killed you all off (or so it was thought).
So... welcome back?
And I guess we're both right.
Yay for you!
Yahoo for me!
Oh, and the reason I'm unlucky enough to bear BOTH the ice and water burdens is because me, myself, when I was actually created in the beginning of it all, I was one of the lesser elemental guardians/children. I was merely ice; there to save the water child a whole lot of trouble.
Well, some wank decided to kill her (seems impossible, not even I can explain how or why), and before she died, she so graciously 'bestowed' her lovely self upon me.
So now I'm all... watery..icey.....wlargh.
So.. we need to get together sometime and talk about the old days.
I have a good couple of millenia on you, but not much..
Whoo, it's good to find another geezer.