This conflict was one of the battles of the First Dragon Wake(9251 GE - 9269 GE), pittying the armies of Tiamat against those of Bahamut. As in previous attempts to take Bruh Gevul, the attackers were driven back from deadly missile fire. A fire giant warlock, one that had reputably learned his demon arts under Orcus, came up with the idea of using a new ritual spell to release all the magic of the Foghorn of Talos at once. After completing the ritual, and sacrificing a captured gold dragon, the warlock had his strongest giant, a half-son of Surtur, shatter the Talos's great horn under the Heel of Geb. This device itself was as powerful as the Foghorn, for it was the first mattock of the titans and had been used in the rebuilding of parts of Suldaan Mithil. When the Foghorn of Talos was broken, a fog swept the valley. The Heel of Geb is said to have either been destroyed or teleported itself away. To the anger of Surtur, his half-son was killed in the magical explosion. The great fog of Talos's shattered horn expanded to fill an area now called Bruh Donin. With visibility much reduced, the attackers assailed the walls of Bruh Gevul for the last time. Tiamat does not accept history's recording this a defeat, instead she says she up the place to focus on the three great armies converging on Gelok Himdah.