The gods were first impressed as their creation immediately began to fashion a tool from the animal's remains, then horrified as he used it to try and attack them. Disgusted with the outcome of their attempt, the gods slayed the man and departed, not to try again for a long time. However, a demon, perhaps impressed or simply amused by the newly-made creature's audacity and hate, took the remains to a high, almost impossible to reach plateau. There he resurrected him and fashioned a woman of his own sort, and gave them the ability to breed, before leaving them to their own devices.
Vashar have no concept of love, kindness, or caring. They have no taboos against acts such as rape and incest, no instinctive revulsion for vermin such as snakes, insects, or rats, and are not at all bothered by filth or gore. Vashar would rather kill themselves than submit to a rule of tyranny, and this may explain their utter hate for gods... the Vashar seem to be a desire for freedom from a more powerful influence taken to its extreme.
This hatred is what binds them together as a society, despite their apparent anarchistic leanings. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..