As the glaciers of the Frobeolithic Glacier Epozz shrank, new land
was made available for the expansion of civilization. Remnants of the
passing age were deposited in many valleys and depressions as lakes and
seas. This era remained gentle and serene until it was succeeded by the
volcano epidemic, circa 2439 BE. While creationists date this age
sometime between 3120 to 2500 BE, the evolutionists randomly set the
range of this age from c. 50,000~30,000 BE, additionally disbelieving
the humans were present during these times.
The Frobozzolithic Lake Epozz follows the Frobeolithic Epozz and is
immediately followed by the Brogmolithic Volcano Epozz.