“These atoms clumped together in gravitationally overdense regions, forming the first stars after tens of millions of years. The most massive stars run out of fuel and die in supernovae, enriching the Universe with heavy elements. On larger scales, star clusters, galaxies and more merge together to form the large-scale structure we see today. On small scales, generations of recycled, burned-out stellar material give rise to new generations of stars.”
In the beginning, before even the Big Bang, all that we had was space and time, expanding rapidly according to the rules of cosmological inflation. Today, we’ve got an observable Universe full of stars and galaxies, tens of billions of light years across, with at least one instance of intelligent life: on Earth. The story of how we got to be here was a mystery to philosophers, theologists and poets for all of human history, but advances during the last century have brought that from the realm of the speculative to firm, scientific knowledge.
To check the profile of any dragon named “FirstGen,” “GenOne” or “FirstGenOne” before buying them. Users are naming their 2nd Generation+ dragons variants of First Generation and tossing them in the Auction House.
No one is obligated to return the funds you might spend on one of these falsely labeled dragons, so be careful you don’t buy one by mistake!