When Kelavan the Red, an apprentice of the Red Order, discovered the spell, he presented it to her on the urging of his friend Mei the Grey. She dismissed the idea as a dead end, then presented the work as her own, stealing Kelavan's idea out of jealousy. She worked with Zanmaron the Red to finish the spell, who then presented it to the other wizards, telling them to follow the spell precisely. However, when Unaia the Blue learned of Kelavan's influence on the spell and the inclusion of demonic magic, she refused to take part, walking away and causing the spell to backfire and start a fire. Azris, along with all bar Kelavan and Perian, was killed in the subsequent explosion, and her soul fragmented. She, along with the rest of the wizards involved in the experiment, used their fragmented souls to take Wizard Ellaron, a wizard who sought to destroy the Tower much to their combined disgust, into the Abyss.
^ abAzris the Green, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "It should have been mine! I've worked all my life on this problem and then some kid has the idea - it should have been mine!"
^Azris the Green, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "We have long known that teleportation is possible, but have failed to invent a new spell that could connect the tower to the rune essence."
^Unaia the Blue, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "No, Zanmaron, it does matter. If I had known this entire ritual was based on Red magic, I would never have agreed to take part.[...]And you think that justifies this? I cannot take part in this ritual. Come Perien."
^Ariane, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "The Red master was hit by the full force of the power beam! No wonder that started a fire that... Wait! It's happening again! Get down!"
^Zanmaron the Red, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "I told them! The idiots! They deviated from the ritual, and now look what's happened! Disembodied soul fragments possessing some slip of a girl!"
^Mei the Grey, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "Look at the tower they built. It might not have as broad a foundation as the old one but it's reached just as high. Such a pity someone would try to destroy it."