“Our story begins in the village of Dinval in a world where wars never end. Dinval is home to many of the race Redwood, and our character Rohan has a friend named Ralf. They are very good friends. Rohan and Ralf are going on a trip to Dinvel, home to the race of Ginvers. Dinvel is a small village. It was once a huge kingdom, but Zoros destroyed the place, and it is now only a village.”
Our story begins in the village of Dinval in a world where wars never end. Dinval is home to many of the race Redwood, and our character Rohan has a friend named Ralf. They are very good friends. Rohan and Ralf are going on a trip to Dinvel, home to the race of Ginvers. Dinvel is a small village. It was once a huge kingdom, but Zoros destroyed the place, and it is now only a village.
But before they go, there is a celebration of Vindor, the ones who have been protecting Inval from Zoros, the dark lord. It happened 1,000 years ago, when the great war was going on, but Vindor has protected them ever since. Some time later, Rohan and Ralf have made it to the celebration. As violins play, they dance for some time.
And then they realize they have to go, so Rohan goes up to Ralf. Rohan says to Ralf, “Hey, we need to go.”
Rohan and Ralf go to their home and sleep. Rohan can’t sleep. He keeps hearing whispers, so Rohan gets up and goes outside and walks around to think. And then Rohan hears two men talking, and Rohan eavesdrops on their conversion.
“Zoros will tear down every city to take over this world,” the two men say.
Rohan panics, and he looks up in the sky and sees a rain of arrows. Rohan takes cover.
Rohan sees Hourloks killing villagers. Hourloks are the darkest race to live. Rohan gets Ralf, and they start running. A Hourlok runs over and is about to stab Rohan, but a Vindorion soldier impales the Hourlok and tells Rohan to run. Rohan and Ralf run into the forest, and they escape the Hourloks.
A few weeks later, they make it to a village named Oostir. They go into a motel and rent it out as they talk about what happened, and then they go to bed. Rohan wakes up, goes downstairs, goes outside, and sees a man. He is an Adorian. Rohan hears horses far away. The man tells Rohan to go inside. They go into the motel.
Ralf yells, “WHO IS THAT?!”
“I don’t know,” says Rohan.
“YOU DON’T KNOW?” yells Ralf.
“I’m Arados,” the man says.
“Who?” Rohan asks.
“It does not matter who I am. We need to leave now. Jump out the window.”
“Um w… why?” says Ralf.
“Just do it,” says Arados.
“Okay,” says Ralf.
“What are those things, and why are they after us?”
“They are Singhul, and I do not know why they are after you, but just go. I will meet you at the gate. Run.”
Rohan and Ralf get to the gate. Arados runs to them and opens the gate. They run.
A few days later…
“Hey, where are we going?” Rohan asks Arados.
“We are going to Elvon,” Arados says.
“Where?” Rohan asks.
“We are going to go to Elvon,” Arados says.
“Why?” Rohan asks.
“To understand why the Singhul are after you and to know why they are back.”
“But why Elvon?” asks Rohan.
“The seers are there now. Stop asking stuff,” says Arados.
“Okay,” says Rohan.
“Hey, we are here. Just over this hill,” says Arados.
Rohan walks over the hill and sees a city like no other. They walk into the huge castle and see a meeting room with three men called the seers. Rohan starts walking up to them, and then a glass ball falls out of Rohan’s bag.
Then, the seers yell, “WHERE DID YOU GET THAT?”
“I… I… my dad gave it to me,” Rohan nervously says.
“Do you know what that is?”
“No, I don’t,” Rohan says.
A bearded man comes into the meeting room and says, “Don’t be hard on the boy, just tell him.”
“So that’s why the Singhul were after you,” says Arados.
“What is it? Just tell me,” Rohan says.
“It is the key to the crystal of the knight’s guard,” one of the seers says.
“What is that?” Rohan asks.
“It is… ”
A huge boom hits the castle.
“What was that?” Rohan asks.
“OH NO!! IT’S ZOROS! HE’S ATTACKING!” Arados yells as thuds and booms go on. “Run! Get your men to the battlefields!” the bearded man says.
“Rohan, run,” Arados says.
“Where are you going?” Rohan asks Arados.
“Just run,” Arados says.
Rohan gets to the top of the castle tower and sees the Hourloks breaking through the gate. A boulder comes and hits the tower that Rohan is in, and then the tower comes down. Rohan falls out of the tower. He gets up and is slightly hurt. He sees two Hourloks coming at him, but Arados comes and uses his sword and kills them both. Arados tells Rohan to run inside the castle. They both run inside and close the gate. Rohan hears the Hourloks banging at the gate.
“Arados, we need to leave to Airadon,” the bearded man says.
A few days later, they walk into the the meeting room, and they talk.
“What is your name?” Rohan asks the bearded man.
“My name is Dilval.”
“Okay, what is the knight’s guard?”
“They are the ones that protected the world, but now they are dead.”
The king comes into the room and shouts, “We must break the key.”
“No, we must use the crystal,” Dilval says.
“No, we will not. I own the crystal,” replies the king.
Dilval whispers to Rohan, “You take the glass ball and get the crystal. It is beneath the castle. Go now. The king won’t understand. It is the only way to take down Zoros.”
“Okay,” agrees Rohan.
Rohan finds the gate under the castle. He goes in. He sees a slot to put in the glass ball. He puts it in. It opens, and he sees a bright light. He sees the crystal. He grabs the crystal and runs. He looks up in the sky and sees a dragon. Zoros is here. Dilval and Arados run to the wooden bridge to leave, but Zoros himself comes out of a portal of fire.
When he came out of the portal, it felt like all happiness was gone from the world. Dilval fights, but Zoros kills Dilval. Zoros uses his sword and kills Arados.
Rohan screams, “NOOOOO!!!”
“You are dark. I can feel it. Why not join me?” Zoros asks in a deep, dark voice to Rohan.
“No, I will not join you, you monster.”
“Okay, then I will just kill you,” Zoros says to Rohan.
Rohan grabs the crystal and shines it on Zoros. The crystal breaks, and Zoros dies. And now Rohan will live on, his life scarred by darkness.