Free-form Creation myth
This planet orbits its orb in such a way that half of it never receives light from its orb while the other is permanently bathed in light. Four great crystals gracefully orbit the planet – though the crystals themselves are marred and imperfect. Jagged edges and chipped corners individualise each from the others.
The cold suffocating darkness seems significantly less malevolent and threatening as one nears great blue glow of the hundreds of groves of crystal thriving on the en-shadowed side of the planet. Eight of the groves, in the centre of the mass, are noticeably larger than the others. Each of these groves contains thirteen deep blue crystals that are stuck in the ground as if they fell from a great height. Those in the other groups have five geometrically-perfect even sides, from which protrude in all directions, great numbers of identical spine-like arms, and grow incrementally smaller, the further they are found from the centre.
There is a faint blue glow far out in the wilderness, as a single grove grows on its own, thousands of miles from the others, like a lonely beacon in the night. Within the twilight belt are more crystal groves, and even more can be found within the blinding radiance of the light side, which are progressing with healthy speed.