One of the first beings to come into existence, Primus is a 100m tall stone giant with the likeness of an elderly human male. In the fourth millennia, Primus created the Filii, a race of 2 and a half meter tall stone men, who he directed to chronicle the accumulated history of the first age. This history was carved on stone tablets within Temple Library of Numa Pompilius which he built within the mountain of ______ in the sixth millennia.
In the ninth millennia the personification of chaos, _______, attacked Numa Pompilius. The two avatars met under the mountain and battled for 8 days and nights. During this struggle several key pillars of the temple were destroyed. When finally the central columns around the throne were destroyed Primus was forced to take the weight of the mountain to prevent the total destruction of the temple.