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BC: Eiocha, the water horse helped to create earth and man as we know it today, but can she stop the greedy giants?
FC: Eiocha The Sea Horse
1: The Oak Tree Once, long before you or I were born, there was no land, nor man, nor god. There was, however, a sea and from this sea, a great mare was born, made of the foam of fast flowing water. She created land and on this land she made a strong oak tree. She ate the red berries from the tree and soon became pregnant with a god called Cernnunos. In the pain of birth, she ripped a layer of bark off the tree and threw it into the water.
2: This became the giants of the sea. After a few years Cernnunos and Eiocha became lonely, so they paired up and had lots of god children. As Eiocha had been born in the sea, she decided to go back. As she hit the water, she transformed into Tethru goddess of the sea. The gods were greedy and vain and wanted someone to worship them, so they built man by stripping bits of tree bark. They also made animals this way. The god of war built basic wooden weapons out of
3: the tree like bows and arrows and axes. Another god, god of man, made lightning using wood, fire and noise. He would climb to the tallest tree and chuck the lightning at the groung to scare the man and the animals. The last god made a harp and whilst playing it, this created wind. Meanwhile the giants of the sea plotted against the gods as they were also greedy and vain but didn't have the power or intelligence to make anything. They planned to steal man
4: and the animals. However, Tethru heard of this and warned the gods so that they would be prepared. The battle raged on for thousands of years. The gods overwhelmed the giants but could not defeat them. The gods helped man repair the destroyed earth and helped to improve it.