When Shenhai created the globe, he then created his immortal servants; such as the spirits of the Guardians of Shilon, Rugong, Mazoku, and many more. They were bestowed upon the land to represent different aspects of life whenever it was death, life, terror, hope, nature, or balance. Each immortal can live for eternity, but their physical form can be slain and cease to exist, but their spiritual form is eternal, and won't return to walk the earth until it's next extinction. Once the extinction is complete, and all life is gone, for some immortals, like Rugong, and Mazoku, a spire representing the immortal will stay hidden in the highest mountains or the deepest ravines, and they will remain a stone until a human successfully finds the spire alive after a long trek. The human will be used as a physical host and will transform into the god they've unleashed.
All immortals are worshiped, some more than others. The Shilonese worship the guardians of Shilon enough to grant them ruler. The Tekkanese tell many tales of Mazoku and Rugong, in order to scare their children into discipline. Worshiped or not, most immortals serve their purpose upon the people, others hide in the shadows, waiting to be discovered.
Crafted heads of the two brothers, Mazoku and Rugong.
A thousand-year-old living mountain.
An inn with decorative masks depicting Taramamu and Rugong. Along with a painting of Uwabami.