The Basalus Colossum, sometimes referred to as the Elemental Lords, have been locked away within their respective elemental planes for millennia. This does not mean that their destructive influence does not seep into the material plane of Exos, affecting the denizens of Asora and the other world-shards. Their prisons only safeguard Exos from their direct presence, but they still sow chaos by means of the weather, lesser elementals and those few individuals that worship these primordial entities.

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Euron, BASAL COLOSS OF Earth

Titles: The Earthen Boar, Bearer of the Crystal Cuirass

Followers: Human tribes across the Shattered Isles and Shadelands with other small cults across Asora.

Magic:  His priests use Earth magic to hurl large stones, cause avalanches and create earthquakes. 

Enemy: Wiror the Basal Coloss of Air

Euron reigns supreme in his domain over the elementals of earth, stone, mountain, dirt and sand. This gargantuan earth elemental appears as a large boar whose body is composed of stone material and his his tusks, a red crystal. For over an eon Euron has abandoned his war against the Wind Serpent, distracted by his wife, Hylina the Mother-Stone, whom he seeks to capture from the material plane against her will. His followers no longer seek to free him from the Spiraling Vaults, but to aid him in his efforts to retrieve Hylina. Along the mountain chains of Asora mortals pray at altars dedicated to Euron in order to persuade him from creating deadly avalanches and rockslides which would normally demolish their communities.

PYrok, Basal Coloss of Flame

Titles: The Ash Lion, Bearer of the Cinder Crown

Followers: Human tribes across the Shattered Isles and Shadelands with other small cults across Asora.

Magic:  His priests use Fire magic to create flame so that they may scorch creation.

Enemy: Suron the Basal Coloss of Water

There is no nurturing warmth to the Basal Coloss of Flame, just searing heat. It is Pyrok's nature to burn all existence into oblivion, to scorch the earth, to simmer the sea and to stifle the air. Thousands of years ago it was Purok who instigated the war between the Elemental Lords and the Blood Gods, an event which resulted in their imprisonment. This elemental saber lion, whose body is ash and whose mane is living flame, works toward escaping his plane in an explosive fury to once more destroy all life within Exos. Pyrok does not offer salvation from his fires to those who pray to him; instead, he gives those who seek to spread burning destruction the power to control flame so that they might incinerate others.

Surgess, BASAL COLOSS OF Water

Titles: The Sea Wolf, Bearer of the Drowned Drum

Followers: Human tribes across the Shattered Isles and Shadelands with other small cults across Asora.

Magic:  Her priests use Water magic to both drown and freeze others.

Enemy: Pyrok the Basal Coloss of Flame

Many mistake Surgess' desire to extinguish the Elemental Lord of Flame as a benevolent action. In reality she cares little for protecting the mortal races from Pyrok's wrath.  She regards all seas, rivers, lakes and oceans as her domain. The old legends regarding Surgess report that she takes the form of an immense wolf with fangs of ice. On Asora, humans make Surgess offerings in order to appease her so that she might not freeze their harvests or sink the islands they call home. Surgess' closest adherents know that she is without mercy and they carry out her will by sowing watery chaos across the material plane.

Wiror, BASAL COLOSS OF Air

Titles: The Wind Snake, Bearer of the Tempest Blade

Followers: Human tribes across the Shattered Isles and Shadelands with other small cults across Asora.

Magic:  Her priests use Air magic to create whirlwinds, destructive gusts of air and bursts of electricity.

Enemy: Euron the Basal Coloss of Earth

Wiror's element is the most pervasive of the Basalus Colossum, in that her realm of power touches and surrounds the domains of her rival Elemental Lords. Because of her omnipresence, mortals fear her temperamental wrath more than that of the others of her kind. They make sacrifices in her name to assuage her anger in order to prevent her from creating blinding sandstorms, ship wracking storms or spinning tornados across the plains. Wiror is said to take the form of a colossal kite snake with veins of electricity coursing across her coiling body.