Not long after the previously described events, Tyria went through a period of peace. Even the crime waves in Kryta seemed to have stopped.
However, something was off.
People slowly started to take notice on certain irregularities, like the dozens of empty houses in cities all over the continent, and apparent “holes” in people’s family trees, as if those who belonged there had vanished without a trace. No one could apparently remember who any of these people were, and local city records show no such inconsistencies, aside from the obvious empty spaces on the documents that should mention one’s parents, siblings, or children. Scholars have suggested an en masse spiriting away, or punishment from above.
In reality, these changes have been caused by Souren’s attempts at modifying the Akashic Records, to rid the world of those “unworthy” of being part of his ideal utopia. The process was not only flawed, though (as Tyria was left filled with that sort of easily-noticeable inconsistencies), but also fatal to himself, as no human could ever hope to master the power of Akasha itself.
The world still carries on as normal, without the Traveler and Record Keeper to watch over it.