Reiner Swift was an orphan who used to do the hunting for his survival in the empire of Altia. He used to live in a far north city called Ostia which was situated on the banks of river Lucias and was in the kingdom of Caspia. He lived a decent life with no family or friends except himself. But one day, his life completely changed. When he turned fourteen, A creature called Manticore attacked him and severely wounded him.
Reiner escaped his death but was informed that he wasn’t an ordinary individual but was the son of a deity and was sent to the Vulcan Academy which was an academy to train and nurture Demigods for becoming heroes and save the continent from mythical beings that surrounds the borders of Altian Empire.
Reiner turned out to be the prophecized individual who was destined to either save the world or the one to destroy it. He must train to become a hero and go on deadly quests that might cause him his death. Would Reiner become a Hero and save the Empire of Altia from destruction or would he be the one to destroy the empire?
Strongest of the enemies are lurking in the Aun (Mist) and are ready to invade the Empire and drag humanity to the brink of extinction. Other external enemies must be fought and destroyed and what will happen when friends become foes and try destroying the only hope for humanity ‘The Demigods’.
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