'It was said that a powerful King will take the wrong throne. It was said that the King shall be dubed thee upon the Rod. Lordly Might was his name. He was a knight for King Elrick the first. Upon reading the scroll a wizard left, King Elrick the first became interested in the rod. His son, Prince Elrick thought the idea bad and did not venture to his father's wishes.
The rod, being found in the Rang'Shead Mountains, was too overwhelming to give away, so the Knight Lordly Might engraved his enitials on the rod and became King when he came back to Tatters. Too over confident, King Lordly Might died of natural causes, bearing the hurt, Prince Elrick took the throne and broke the rod in three seperate pieces. Hidden to places he did not know, he told a wizard to take the scrolls and hide it too and never return...'
Now, being 4,000 years later, an elf named Alexia found a scroll when unexpectidly finding an underwater cave. For hours, she would return and read the scroll. The myth, was in fact real. She stopped and read aloud, 'Too seek and adventure of a myth you will encounter more changes, dangers, and treasures ever to be laid. A scroll you found is in another, but where?' In secret the white haired elf learned the use of her fathers blades. An adventure she was born to face...
The evening was warm and enviting. She could smell the rain coming at nightfall. It was always warm. Her village, Teer'Benauh was peaceful. No secrets were ever kept. "No secret but mine." Alexia thought. For weeks now, she went back to the cave until one day it had disappeared. After realizing she knew every single word, she needed it not and hoped someone would find it and read it.
Walking mindlessly through her forest land, she ran into her father, King Benu. His black hair and green eyes peered at his daughter. "You think. Thinking will cause trouble." He smiled. Alexia quickly made up something, her blue eyes full of trouble. "Father, I wish to adventure." Stroking his chin, her father said, "Adventure where my young child? You are but 100. Surely you will change your mind." A frown was her reaction. "Father, I have always wanted to venture... to explore... to see the unseen..." Rambling her father responded, "A child you are nonetheless. A child you will be! I will not have you dead. If exploring is what you wish, return to me in one week. Gaurds will go with you."
A little angry at her father, she stormed to her home under a treetrunk. Her mother, Queen Sereni was making clothing. The white haired Sereni looked carefully at her daughter. "Adventuring off I see? Take Recko." Not saying a word, she slept until sundown. "This is almost too perfect." She thought. Reaching for her cape, she could hear the rain coming down. Taking a sack full of food, water, and another gown, she took her fathers butterfly swords. Recalling the scroll, she walked out quietly to her horse Recko.
He was ready for the adventure, along with the guards. "Go home." She said to them. "Under your fathers words, we are coming with you. Just to be safe, we tied a rope to your horse. You are allowed 1,000 feet. No more." The two gaurds were built, but held a slender hold (quick for speed). They were armed with quivers, two bows, seven daggers, and four swords. "Fools. I am not coming back for a long time." They said nothing, but followed. In anger Alexia and her two gaurds followed.
Meeting the western front they went to a Tavern. "Resting place." Alexia said. The two gaurds were on extra alert. Jumping off Recko, Alexia walked in to the dimmed Tavern. People of all various types were there. One gaurd watched her everymove while the other paced around the Tavern. Alexia smiled and ordered an Elvish Wine, forgetting her money...