For six long generations war, waged in the lands of Adora Halfryta. It all began during the reign of 2nd Cleric.
With the passing of the Temple's edict - The colonies across the continents of Halfryta, fought.
In order to establish their own power, dominion, territories & place in history, for six generations honourable battle raged across these holy lands.
In the face of the Holy Temple, and its' counter part Halfryta's Scions, it would be after the fighting that the lords of Halfryta fully emerged a third ruling faction.
This happened when the fighting was brought to an end by 6th generation Scion, bearer of fire, Azure King Aohd Egan.
Few non-human settlements remain in open sight near civilization after experiencing much indiscriminate torment. Peace came at a cost.
Eight years since the end of The Lords' War: the divide between the Adora Temple, The Lords, and The Scions is clearer than ever.
Now, King Aohd's son Marise Egan, the soon to be crowned, 7th generation scion of fire and his friends must find for themselves destiny is choice as is truth.
The stench of chaos lingers still, and it is why the scions exist. Has a new age of order truly begun? Or will chaos tip the scales yet? Only The Goddess Halfryta knows.
Follow the journey of 7th generation scions Marise Egan, Eurus Clover, Maralah Clover, and Fenris Benebarakk in their early youth as they learn and grow together at Adora Templum,
the temple monastery and a home and school to believers and followers the Goddess Adora and her teachings,
following their coronation as bearers of the scions' duty learning live with their new-found powers.
Journey with young Fenris as he settles the deep inner conflicts between his conscience and his obligation to his family and nation.
Torn by the actions of his father,
a powerful and violent king in support of seceding from the holy teachings - siding with the lords seeking to militarize the whole continental world on the heels of the Lord's War.
Fenris, a boy far too mature for his age tasked too early with drawing the line between personal duty, and destiny - while participating both in campaigns of war, and teachings of peace.