Young Ael was an average student, withdrawn from the world around him and
generally apathetic to education. He did just well enough to get through
school for the mandatory 23 years, preferring to studdy forbidden subjects on
his own time. It is reported that he told his confidents that he would like
to visit the last of the hundred churches, on the crystal plateau of the Adaneese
mountains, to complete his education.
This temple, actually the first built of the hundred churches, only remained
because of its inaccesibility. The educational system of the then nation of
Washua took this information as an additional reason to drive young Ael out
of the system and flunked him twice. He was not easily broken, finishing with
an average in the high 80 percentile in spite of the additional pressure.
After graduation, Ael Sirion entered compulsary millitary service less than a
year after his elder brother's death. Rumor has it that Drovleh's death was
not an accident and, if for no other reason, Ael would not admit that Washua
had ever existed as a nation once the unification wars united Trilonia.
During the unification wars, Ael fell in with a group of mystics called the
'Mysterians.' Noting that evil, although brutally efficient, was an
unreasonable way to govern a planet, and that evil was destined to win the
unification wars, Ael fled with the followers he could collect. He led them to
scale the Adaneese mountain range to reach the crystal plateau. Through a
disipline of prayer and meditation, this clan of the 'Mysterians' was granted
the power to bring peace to the comming 100 centuries by the living and true
God. Little is known of what transpired during these rituals, or the missing
3 years that Ael was on the Crystal Plateau. He returned as the 'Elder' of the
Prophesy said that evil could not be cast out of the land, only suppressed
within it. As cost for the peace the Mysterians brought through the reign of
the 'First Intergalactic Empire,' evil was destined to tear Trilonia apart in
Having brought Trilonia together as a single nation, the Mysterians instituted
the Trianne system of assimilative government. No record exists of where this
system originated. The Triannes and clans held Trilonia together for as long
as Trilonia had a population.
First contact with the Empire brought warp starflight to Trilonia, which
reverse-engineered the captured warships from the Empire's first campaign.
Expanding from the I-Fix technology of these smashed remnants, the best minds
of Trilonia built the N-Stable drive units which carried the 'Warlord's Council'
back to the Emperor's throne on Tyranegoin. At the end of this unification,
when the 'Warlord's council' gained a seat in the Emperor's palace and dominion
over the Emperor's fleet, Trilonia, Negoin and Adornae were granted special
pseudo-independance as the brain worlds of the Empire. Negoin was the world
where the Emperor's family came from. Adornae develloped the I-Fix warp drive
units which the Emperor used to build his fleet and Trilonia was the seat of
power for the Mysterian priests.
The Mysterian Priests posessed so much power that they could jump across the
stars by the force of their will. Even the 'Warlord's council' would not
cross the Mysterians for fear of having the armada crippled by the force of
their will. This balance fulfilled the prophesy and maintained peace
throughout the Empire.
Ael came back an excellent student and was given command of the 'First Imperial
Academy of Trilonia.' Though a philosopher by study, Ael wrote many papers
on Applied Quantum Principle which is what he ocassionally taught at the
academy until his death.
Ael Rin Sirion died of old age on Kyron 2, Keetueen 72 at an unspecified age.
Keetueen, 'Star Age' is an unspecified offset from the earlier time system of
Trilonia and the exact translation in dates has since been hidden. All that is
known is that Keetueen didn't begin until after the inception of the N-Stable