Mydroism is the only significant religion in the Eleventh Dimension, originating in the Imagi-Nation. It focuses on a pantheon of gods whose existence is scientifically supported. It provides a creation story for the Eleventh Dimension, and explanation for magic. Magical use and theory is tied closely with this religion, and scientists who advance magical knowledge are also working to uncover Mydroism itself.
Below is the official creation story of Mydroism. It is considered to be the only official scripture of the religion.
In the beginning there was nothing but light and sound. These were the opposite forces, and tension existed. It was the battle between visual beauty and music, and from that struggle came the world and the gods. There were 4 original gods, who lived in the heavenly realm - the goddesses Dawn (beautiful light) and Music (beautiful sound), and the gods Water (love) and Fire (hatred). Dawn and Music were at peace, having created a world where both could exist, but Fire and Water were bitter enemies. They grappled for dominance, but Fire, being fiercer and more ruthless, won. He then created the two stars, Athsol and Othsum, and the planet now known as Meho Saltta. He created mindless Fire Phantoms to inhabit it.
Water shrank away into hiding and despair, and was joined by Music, who sympathized with Water's opposition to Fire. Dawn, however, loved Fire and thought he was magnificent. She and Fire conceived a terrible son, Fiery McFlame, to rule the Fire Phantoms. His only weakness was the enemy of his father, water. Fire created a crystal, the Pyrociant, to connect the mortal world with the world of the gods. He broke it in half and cast one half down to Meho Saltta. It shattered where it landed, and there a mountain rose. Fire sent his son down to the planet after promising him that one day he would be allowed to join Fire and rule as a god.
Fiery McFlame was a harsh tyrant and hated even his servants. He created a large palace with an enormous stained glass window, upon which were the instructions to recreate the Pyrociant, which Fiery McFlame would use to return to his father in the heavenly realm.
Fiery McFlame created things solely to destroy them, bred creatures solely to slaughter them, and build structures solely to obliterate them. Dawn soon realized her mistake in loving Fire, and sought Water and Music. The three determined to act against Fire.
They created the Encenterra, the Chosen One, blessed with the gifts of all three, to defeat Fiery McFlame. Water gave him body, Dawn gave him mind, and Music gave him soul. The three gods sent the Encenterra to Meho Saltta by casting the Hydrociant onto the mountain where the Pyrociant fell, where the Hydrociant shattered as well.
Fiery McFlame was astonished that the other gods dared to interfere with his and his father's world. He sent his Fire Phantoms to attack the Encenterra, but the Chosen One fought back. His body gave him power, his mind gave him the ability to use it, and his soul gave him the inspiration to do so. He fought back fiercely, and Fiery McFlame grew worried.
Fire was also outraged at his fellow gods, and attacked them. However, the three gods were united against him and imprisoned Fire in an inescapable chamber in the heavenly realm. He still had power, but it was kept at bay.
On Meho Saltta, Encenterra had vanquished all of Fiery McFlame's underlings and had cornered him in his own palace. Just as Encenterra was about the quench the vile demigod once and for all, Fiery McFlame fled with the speed of his mother to a barren rock named Thipte, far from the suns, where he hid in a fiery cave. He called for help from his father, but Fire was unable to aid him from his prison.
Encenterra had won, and the three gods rejoiced. Water and Music conceived a daughter named Magic (beautiful wind). They also had a son, Courage (beautiful earth). Encenterra, with the help of the five gods, destroyed the empire of fire, including the great window, and built a new empire which he would rule himself. Water, to leave his mark, created great oceans and the Lake, a ball of water orbiting Meho Saltta. Courage made continents around the great mountain where the stones fell, and Magic made gentle zephyrs, violent wind spirits.
Encenterra created people, landscapes, and animals using the power of imagination, which is the combination of beauty and intelligence. Magic granted people to manipulate the world using their imagination, and the practice was named after her. The three gods allowed people to summon bits of Fire's body from his prison with heat, wood, and air, and the substance summoned was named after him. Water's sacred material, the cool liquid, gained his name also, and people who were strong and steadfast like the earth were said to have Courage. Finally, the beautiful essences of Dawn and Music were named such. Thus the world as we know it came to be.
- Magic (Water & Music)
- Courage (Water & Music)
- Wild (Dawn)
Younger gods (Courage & Wild):
- Hope & Youth