In a far off, distant universe, there is a star called Rurga and another by the name of Garnisia not far from it. Monsters named Gast inhabited Garnisia, and they planned the invasion of Rurgaro as their star resources were Memalagaja.
They controlled the spirit of Lurgah’s King Gavin and Nathan the Great Wizard. They went on to destroy the tribe of Lurgah, proclaiming Garnisia as their star.
Gavin, once a wise and good king, killed innocent people intoxicated by the evil spirit.
Lord William, the great lord of the country village, visited the king to protect the ruined country. Lord William was trusted by the king as a lord who greatly contributed to the right direction of the country.
But the wizard Nathan, determined that William would interfere with Gavin's plan, killed William when he entered the castle.
Meanwhile, after William's death, there was a power struggle in the village over the throne. The struggle for power lasted for a long time, while in the process William's wife was killed, and William's young son barely escaped from the village and disappeared.
As time went by, the aristocrat Leonard, who took power through brute force, used his position to steal the treasury and only devoted himself to gorging. Moreover, when the massive invasion of the trolls sent by Gavin began, Leonard fled with all the castle’s valuables.
Eventually, Tommy, the butler who was supporting William closest to him, goes out to find William's child hiding in seclusion and brings him to the village.
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