Their affiliated primal is Lakshmi, the Lady of Bliss, whom they worship as a creator goddess.
The Ananta are said to have existed since the time of ancient Allag, and are known for their skill in spell and gemcraft. They are divided by two sister tribes: the Vira who see Lakshmi as an embodiment of freedom and the Qalyana who consider their goddess to personify transcending beauty which they emulate while ignoring everything else around them. In current times, the Ananta are oppressed by the Garleans since the annexation of Gyr Abania with the Vira aligning themselves with the Ala Mhigan Resistance. The Qalyana, wanting to be left alone, sided with the Empire. But the prejudicial actions of Fordola rem Lupis resulted in the death of the Qalyana broodmother's daughter and the Qalyana isolating themselves soon after.
Ananta is a Sanskrit term which means 'endless' or 'limitless', also means 'eternal' or 'infinite', in other words, it also means infinitude or an unending expansion or without limit. It is one of the many names of Lord Vishnu. It also commonly refers to Ananta Shesha, the celestial snake on which Vishnu reclines.