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Köinzell returns to the empire to wreak his vengeance against those who betrayed him and his friends. At the same time, there comes word of a prophecy, proclaiming that a hero will come from the frontier to stop a mysterious, deadly catastrophe.
upon a time, the Emperor of Szaalenden commissioned 14 of his bravest
heroes to go win the battle against the evil Wischetech(?) army. Armed
with special holy lances, they fought with the Emperor's forces against
the enemy. Not many people know what happened during the final battle,
but word soon spread that 3 of the warriors died in the battle, and 4
others were dubbed the "Lances of Betrayal" for their attempts to commit
treason against the empire. However, the "7 Heroes" stopped the Lances
of Betrayal and won the war, returning victoriously to their homes and
ushering in a new era of peace.
Suddenly, that peace is
threatened due to a young man with fairy-like characteristics. Calling
himself Köinzell, he has made it his mission to hunt down and destroy
each one of the so-called 7 Heroes. He knows the truth: The Heroes were
cowards who stayed behind when the other seven warriors risked their
lives to end the war. Afraid they would lose face if the truth got out,
they conspired to literally stab the remaining four in the back and
leave them for dead, making up a story about how they would betray the
Emperor if not for their actions. One of those slaughtered four, a boy
named Ascherit, somehow consumed the essence of a fairy and healed
himself until he later assumed the identity of Köinzell. Some of the
Heroes have redeemed their ways and have moved on from that horrible
day, but in Köinzell 's eyes, they are all guilty, and they will all
Somewhere in the capital, a young prophet is watching
important stars being snuffed out one by one as Koinzell cuts his path
through each of the Heroes. The reader must wonder if Koinzell is the
hero fated to become the salvation of the world, or the architect of its
destruction. As he gains new allies and enemies with his actions, the
answer could go either way.