The Fourth Age - The Citadel of Sorcery
Throwing down their false Gods was not easy, as human fought human. Only the verduren and the waerians stayed free of the deception. Those who eventually believed that they had been betrayed by demons battled those who still believed in their demon gods to the bitter end. The war ended when all the Demon Lords withdrew from the places of light and once again crept back into the Darkhalls. Human populations were again vastly reduced. But now, besides humans and verdurens there were two new races, the waerians and the gargoyles. For what had been done could not be completely undone. Of the other religious races, none survived. Many slew themselves in mass suicides, while others fought fanatically until they were wiped out to the last creature. The gargoyles survived as the first to throw down their false god. Their form became synonymous with protection against demons, and was used in statuary and decoration in new structures to ward off Grim spirits and demons.
It was the Enchantress who convinced the first Gargoyles to throw down their God, and that same Enchantress now won the confidence of the war shocked humans. With the gargoyles at her command, and the support of the waerians and verduren, the Enchantress took charge. She began organizing the remaining people to guard against the return of the demons. She also started the rebuilding process of the vastly weakened Reflected Worlds. As a symbol for the future she built the Citadel of Sorcery on the one world where the doors to the Darkhalls existed. It was the bastion against the demonic hordes. From there she planned to ward the demons and bring back a Golden age, to seek out the old knowledge where it still existed, and keep the demons from deceiving humans ever again.
The Enchantress eventually married and had many children who were all boys. Each of them became a powerful sorcerer of the Blood. Finally she gave birth to a daughter. Her daughter became The Sorceress, and was destined to become known as the Eyes of Darkness. In the end, the Enchantress' children were her downfall, and of what became of the Enchantress much knowledge is lost. She suddenly disappeared, her temple in the Citadel was destroyed, and all memory of her name and face were erased from the minds of all beings. Her dreams of a second golden age fell with her and the world was cast into darkness and eventually the Citadel came to be ruled by her daughter, the Grim sorceress, the Eyes of Darkness.