When war plunges Ryden's life into turmoil he leaves his home to find himself, unaware that the fate of the nation rests on his shoulders.
The year is 408 on the Masnian calendar, and General Lazarus has manipulated the senile King Garro of Kappland into declaring war on the neighbouring country of Rejkland. The Rejk army is vastly outnumbered and defeat is imminent.
Then hope arrives in the form of a sixteen year old orphan, Ryden, who has information that could turn the tides of war in their favour. With him are two companions; a childhood friend, and a mysterious Kapp with a dark secret of his own.
Together they set out to change the course of the war, but as Ryden discovers more about his past he comes to question his own beliefs and ultimately realises that everyone has their own agenda to follow.
This is a compelling tale of loyalty versus treachery, history versus technology and good versus evil, tempered with infinite shades of grey.