The void callers lay defeated, their general slain, their hordes decimated.
In the aftermath of the battle, those who fought the callers dispersed, going their separate ways. No wealth and no glory compelled them to remain, though many went on to other things.
Some went on to fame. Ranti Facebreaker and his Deathdealer orc legion put their experience to good use, serving in such varied locations as Mendev and Cheliax. After years of fighting, they returned to Belkzen and carved out a kingdom. Others went on to a more noble calling, such as Dath Cloudbreaker, who returned to the Realm of the Mammoth Lords to face the demons of the worldwound, leading numerous successful campaigns before returning to take over the rule of his clan from his father, where he served as a wise leader for almost six hundred years.
Others went on to wealth. Opir Eightfingers did not return home by travelling north. Instead, he headed south, building ships and putting to sea. He and his men spent years raiding the costs of Varisia and Nidal, accumulating a vast horde of wealth before sailing home. Similarly, the Red Bank encountered exceedingly good times after funding the Gundriksons, for ever deal they made over the next five years turned out exceedingly well for them, though whispers of strange, mindless soldiers employed by the bank are common.
Yet others went on to darker fates. Lord Veric returned to his conquered kingdom, where he proclaimed himself a saviour, a role he played with a fair deal of skill to nearby nobles. His rule as a duke lasted nearly twenty bloody years of purges, executions, and schemes, at great cost to the people of his land, until he was finally brought down by a group of adventurers. So too did Marian Gaborik, who returned home to Mendev a changed man from his contact with the Voidcallers, eventually coming to preach for the inevitable end of everything.
Many others had more varied ends. The Silver General, Katlin, fell in battle years later, still a mercenary. Kam Ironfury was caught in a landslide while prospecting. Janessa Elvanna of the White Witches became enmeshed in the games of her mother and sisters, a game that she played with some skill, until she was caught in a plot against the white queen and executed.
Even the land around the site of the battle was changed forever. The Shoanti peoples, attempting to build on the cooperation that had brought them victory, sought to build a confederation of their peoples that lasted for some twenty years, until it broke down over the theft of a cow. A hundred years later and for centuries thereafter, the area became famous for a clutch of red and green dragons of unusual size who caused a great deal of destruction.
Others were changed forever by the experience. Loria of the Leaf, forever saddened by the cost of the victory retired from life as an architect but was eventually convinced to serve the lords of Mendev during a later crusade, during which she was assassinated. Mylus, the gnome, vanished underground, never to be seen again.
Most infamous of all the participants was Lotur, the deathless general. His empire, a hundred years in the making, lasted for another three hundred years, and cost untold lives, changing the face of Golarion forever.
Still, the victory over the void callers prevented a wider war, and all those who participated in it were heralded as heroes.