Before the bright god Sulnith pulled Mythcrest from the Realm of Night into the Realm of Day, it was in darkness. Then, he and his five children, Regulon, Xenyth, Fayren, Gnulg, and Scalos went into the night realms and conquered it from the darkness, giving it to the day for a time. They created the living races and let them dwell upon the land they gathered from the waves. In time, the Nomic People built a great city called Stolmiktin, with the intention of forcibly combining the realms of day and night with their magic. Recognizing the threat, Scalos, the youngest, convinced his syster Fayren to distract their father. In the dead of night, when Mythcrest was deep into the night realm, Scalos descended upon it in the form of a great wyrm, wrapping himself around Stolmiktikin, and forming a magical circle with the runes inscribed upon his flesh. Completing the circle, he brought forth his magic and destroyed the city.
He was delighted with his success and boasted about it on his return to the daylight. Gnulg was delighted with the destruction and successful attack, but Regulon was not. When their father found out what had been done, he was furious. Regulon and Fayren both tried to appease him, while Xenyth merely tried to maneuver into a favorable position of power. Rather than deal with them, their father overcame them all, casting their spirits forever into the night sky and their weakened bodies upon the ground, so they could never again repeat Scalos' actions that night.