The First Siege of Chandor has gone down in history as the clash between what would grow to be two of the world's great religions. Despite the spiritual connotations the conflict would eventually be endowed with, most modern scholars agree that, at the time, the motivations were much simpler; by the standards of the ruined world left in the wake of the disappearance of magic, Chandor was a wealthy city and the tribal confederation that Chief Magus had forged together desired that wealth.