This story is about an insane and overwhelmingly skilled murderer nicknamed - Human Hunter. Disgusted with the way mankind has polluted, damaged, and overtaken the earth, he makes it his mission to return the favor. One day hoping to eradicate the human race entirely, giving this planet back to who it truly belongs to. Nature. Throughout his journey, Human Hunter will encounter beings he didn't know existed, abilities he wasn't aware were possible, and odds that will require his entire arsenal to overcome. No matter what is thrown his way though, Human Hunter never strays from his ideals, and continues to hunt.. every.. last.. human.
One day, a knight once dreamed of a day when the sun turned black and when the swarm of what they had called demons ravaged their lands. He had seen what happened, he had seen the mightiest heroes fall and so, he did his best to alert everyone and to share his word. He wanted to protect them but in the end, at his dying breath, no one believed him but his wife and son. This is the story of mankind’s struggle before everything turned bright, but, before that happens, let's show you their dialogue while they're peeling their potatoes, shall we?
She has no memories of the past... Ivey Link was the daughter of the most potent Shaman King—only she doesn't remember. Attacked and left for dead, her father sacrificed his life to return her back to the world of the living. In doing so, he traded his life for hers. Fully awakened, the time has come for her rightful place as the Shaman Queen to restore the balance that has been slowly tipping into evil's favor. To ensure her destiny, he's been sent to retrieve and protect…playing havoc on her senses. He remembers it all vividly... Seymour Wolffe owed her his life. An abandoned stray who survived using fists alone, his death was assured after stealing from the Shaman King. However, the Shaman King's daughter broke all the rules to name him her protector. He will rise once again to ensure her safety. To guard her with his life. After all, he failed once already...only, why is it harder to let go the second time?
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