This strange mixture of worlds was created by a huge, corrupted moonstone. The valley of Eodon was actually on Earth, but the moonstone somehow put it out of phase, making it inaccessible and unmappable. Dr. Rafkin first put forth this hypothesis, which was confirmed by a Xorinite Wisp. Only the Orb of the Moons allowed travel into the valley.
The tribes of the valley of Eodon were magically drawn from varying periods and locations in history, such as the aboriginal nations of Mesoamerica and tropical Africa. However, the enslaved people gained freedom, when their slavers were (mostly) destroyed by their own creation, the Myrmidex.
The valley was threatened to be destroyed by the corrupted moonstone in the hands of the Myrmidex Queen, but thankfully the Avatar was able to prevent this disaster and destroy the threat of the Myrmidex as well.
- Barako Tribe
- Barrab Tribe
- Disquiqui Tribe
- Haakur Tribe
- Jukari Tribe
- Kurak Tribe
- Tichticotl (Nahuatla Tribe)
- Pindiro Tribe
- Sakkhra Tribe
- Urali Tribe
- Yolaru Tribe
- The name Eodon is derived from "Eden," the paradisaical garden which housed Adam and Eve in Judeo-Christian tradition.
- Addams, Shay. "The Savage Empire: Quest of the Month". Questbusters, Volume VIII (Savage Empire). QuestBusters: 1991. Page 3.
|Locations on Eodon|
|Tribes||Barako Tribe ☥ Barrab Tribe ☥ Disquiqui Tribe ☥ Haakur Tribe ☥ Jukari Tribe ☥ Kurak Tribe ☥ Nahuatla Tribe ☥ Pindiro Tribe ☥ Sakkhra Tribe ☥ Urali Tribe ☥ Yolaru Tribe|
|Other Locations||Drum Hill ☥ Kotl ☥ Myrmidex Caves ☥ Old Pindiro Village ☥ Rafkin's Laboratory ☥ Teleport Pads|