Posing in his Arkn form, Carver seduces the Arkn Priestess of Heart and Salvation (and chosen partner of the Arkn King Gilgamesh), Kry'atha, into creating an offspring. This offspring, named Eris Storn, became the first Arkn/Dekn hybrid. Carver hid this child from Kry'atha, claiming that the production had failed. Distressed about the loss, Kry'atha left her sisters and submitted to Carver, trying two more times, creating Barith Storn and Xerex Storn. Soon after Barith formed however, Kry'atha discovered the Carver's true identity as a Dekn Lord.
Despite learning of the Carver's true Dekn Lord self, Kry'atha still loved him. This love, possibly born through manipulation, led her to forgive the Carver and denounce her ways as an Arkn. This pseudo-defection to the other side turned the former Arkn Priestess Kry'atha into Kry'toha, The Dekn Queen of Love and Hatred.
Unknown to Kry'toha at the time of her rule's beginning, one last child would be spawned by her. Because of this, the birth of the child came to be the only pure child of the Dekn. This child, became the Prince of The Infernous, holding rights to Emperorship should its father ever fall.
After the pure-dekn child was born, Kry'toha left the Carver's side and went off in secret, only to be seduced once again by him (this time in the guise of a lowly Dekn counterpart). This newly spawned-from-the-cluxious child was named Jezzebellus, and soon after became the Princess of the Infernous. Kry'toha, however, did not agree with her child's new rule, and confronted The Carver about it, only to learn that he had gotten Asmodeus to spread lies to Jezzebellus about her mother. This ultimately ended with The Carver throwing Kry'toha into a deep pit of the Infernous, at the request of his manipulated daughter.
Eris Storn - The Storn of Humanity and Choice
Barith Storn - The Storn of War and Love
Xerex Storn - The Storn of Death, Damnation, and Lust. Xerex is known to the Arkn and Dekn as their own Grim Reaper, and is possibly the only being to understand the afterlife, entering the Infernous and reaping the souls of those who have overstayed their torment.
"Unnamed Storn" - The Storn of Rule and Manipulation
Eris Storn takes the monolith form of a gnome, or human due to its connection with humanity.
Barith Storn takes the monolith form of a bird, usually a dove or eagle, due to its connection with love and war.
Xerex Storn takes the monolith form of a frog, hawk, or white horse, due to its connection with salvation and death.
The final Storn has no set monolithic form, however it is commonly seen as a humanoid skeleton.