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Cave-drawings are the only record of exactly what happened in the years before The Year of the Aye-Aye, the first year when conclusive records started to be kept on scrolls.

Cave-drawings were created by getting plixes, square creatures who harden after they die (so that their offspring can use them to make protective walls) and hammering them into cave walls. As such, not a lot of detail could be made onto these cave walls, and the pictures tend to be quite blocky, with very little writing.

Other than the cave-drawings, there are no formal records of creation, except for what the gods claim, and they tend to be quite biased.