Fiacla-Géar was one of the Ancients; the first generation of nephalem in Sanctuary. Myths differ as to whether he was the confidant of Bul-Kathos, or his younger brother. One myth paints Fiacla-Géar as a frustrated sibling who struck out into the wild and developed an affinity for nature. Whatever the source of their relationship, their bond was strong, and together they shared the secrets of The Ancients, of the mysteries below the peaks of Mt. Arreat, of the venerated task put to their people to protect those mysteries, and of the prophecies regarding the dark times ahead. They both agreed that, in order to fulfill their sacred trust, their people must devote themselves to nothing save that charge. However, they disagreed on exactly how the people could best do this. Bul-Kathos believed that only by bringing the tribes together and training them in strict martial discipline could the tribes faithfully concentrate on their goal for generations to come. Fiacla-Géar, on the other hand, believed that only through obtaining a spiritual oneness with the land they had sworn to protect could the people truly appreciate the importance of their role. Both agreed the other's philosophy had merit, and so around the time Bul-Kathos united the tribes, Fiacla-Géar gathered together a small group consisting of the tribes' greatest warrior-poets and shamans and mysteriously retreated into the forests surrounding the area known as Scosglen. There he and his people created the first of the Druid Colleges. In preparation for the impending conflict, he taught his people the Caoi Dúlra.