|Deities||Chronos, Arcana, Sehanine, Ptah|
Bureaucracy was ingrained in the fabric of every Andrithiachian, it was the basis of laws formulated by the Gwildath, curbing each Kriavian Elf's natural chaotic tendencies. The colonists that left Kriav and came to Bal-Kriav, brought the GBC with them. Andrithiach followed these, just as their ancestors once did at Celanil.
- Caliguworm, personal journal, Series 21A, Book 4-1B, Entry 3-D5 - "Control the Natural Urge"
Kriavian Elves living on the world Bal-Kriav are descendants of those from Kriav. They crossed between worlds as colonizers. Some are exiles, yet Gwildath records them as colonizers. This movement between worlds is done via feywild fuses. Thanks to their innate ability to use dimension door, Kriavian Elves have made good use of these inter-system rifts, with Gwildath sending five groups to live in Bal-Kriav's super region Midrêth.
In 720 HE, another group settled on the isle of Turgon. Their first settlement was a place called Nénharma. After some time, this group splintered into factions, one was the city-state of Nénharma and the other was those of Cirongwathir. In 730 HE, another wave of kriavian elves came to Bal-Kriav also settling on Turgon. These were families of noble birth who had been driven out after a failed secession. Their first settlement was Celanil. In the Phael-Tetramord War, Turgon's Kriavian Elves were forced to flee the island. The Nénharma went north to the High Wood Country where they went on to establish the Rúmil empire. The Cirongwathir also went north, settling in the same region whey they founded the nation of Spirachiln. The Celanil went far east, beyond the Pearl Sea, founding Tasartir on 25 Temporal 15.
In the Year 441, a group went through a feywild fuse and settled in the once verdant valley of Inzurakthol. When this area suffered from the effects of the Ice Tear, these kriavian elves migrated southeast of the mountains, settling near the coasts where they established the empire Tári Súrion.
Gwildath welcomes worship of any god in their territories. The most widely worshiped deities are Chronos, Arcana, Sehanine, and Ptah.