The Age of Gods (神代, jindai?, lit. Age of Divinities) was a period of history in which mankind was less populous and Divine Spirits were either more common or more active. This period is marked by a greater proliferation of Phantasmal Species such as the True Ancestors and Gorgons, and greater interaction between gods and mortals. This is the age of heroes and mythology, when rules of mankind and the world were different but this period ended roughly 2,000 years ago. Even Magecraft itself is described as being closer to Magic in this era and Caster's abilities reinforce this concept. Satsuki Kurogiri introduced the theory that the progressive decline of magecraft toward the end of the Age of Gods may have come about due to the extinction of the Unified Language, which may have been common during the period.
Gilgamesh insinuates that the world was more antagonistic towards humanity in this era, noting that even he could not afford to needlessly slaughter people. During this period humanity was closer to its origin and the power of Alaya was more concentrated, augmenting the weight of each human soul in comparison to modern humans.
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