The colony formed a settlement called Saint Marsagul on the coast, but before long, the theocracy was demanding information on resources, and ordered the colonists to explore the crater of the ancient volcano thoroughly. Half of the colony prepared themselves to permanently settle up inside of the crater, several scout were sent to the crater but didn’t return. There was an argument between the two leaders of the colony Arahim Quintin and Devros Glutman, regarding whether or not the colonists should be taken to the crater as no scouting party had returned. In the end Devros Glutman, who was the senior of the two church men, ordered Arahim to lead the party to the crater.
The second colony New Marsagul was established on the eastern bank of the massive crater near a large pond of fresh water which seemed to be fed by a spring. The first few months were difficult and nearly a third of the party perished, many who entered the vast forest that filled the crater. After two years of difficult living, the settlement was assaulted and razed. The status of Saint Marsagul is unknown.