Nindonor, a Talaxan, had a great thirst for ancient lore. He knew much about the Lith-Crillion and the events of the Creation War (1486 DE - 8777 DE). The knowledge was gleaned from places like Aphalur, Regadnîn, Piranoth Cyst (Year 209), and Irrai. His discoveries, meticulously recorded and magically protected, became known as the Scrolls of Dawn.
Over a decade, Nindonor made dozens of trips to Aphalur. In 233, he was captured by soldiers of Akthol-Tharag and imprisoned. He was charged with theft and more importantly violating the sanctity of Aphalur. One of the items he stole was a coffer containing a scroll written by Naraz-Nâru.
... our victorious angels looked for a means to shatter the arch and seal this gateway to Chaos. Great magic, divine spells, and physical attacks failed to affect it. So, I forged three relics. When combined, they should be able to destroy the primordial device. The Sig Mak Gan is our only hope in destroying this Entropy Arch.
... with shield, gauntlet and pick-axe, I laid a dozen blows against it. It fell under Sig Mak Gan, purging the world that Bal-Kriav so nobly died for.
... to safeguard these great items, each will be put in the security of an Archangel.
- Naraz-Nâru, from an ancient scroll - "Arch of Chaos"