Thousands of years ago, the ancient Stronecrept People build a labyrinth designed as a training course for only t he true warriors. They filled it with impossible objectives and booby traps everywhere, too dangerous for the naked eye to see. T heir idea was ingenious and worked correctly for the first 5. They went in and came out stronger and their morale maximised to a new limit.
As the sixth warrior accepted the challenge to improve his endurance, he fell for the first trap. The warrior lost his soul to the demons of the Labyrinth that the Stonecrept people had created. The warrior turned to one of them: his eyes turned yellow, his hair fell out and his muscular strength increased far beyond anyone of his original kind. Though no one knew this happened at the time to him, so more warrior poured in and failed at the first trap again.
The demon had corrupted their minds and made them fail it; their strength grew stronger and stronger. Then people started to realise no one was coming back out, they went in and found the demons resting there. The Stonecrept people had no choice but to seal the Labyrinth up so no one could enter. They cast a powerful mythical spell over the doors to seal them, enough so they could never escape. The training ground could never be used again and even people today have a struggle finding the correct powers to re open the sacred doors.
Warriors of our age now think they can challenge the demons and complete the course but what they don’t know is that if they fail like the previous warriors have they will give the demons more strength, enough eventually to break the spell locking them in. if this happens they will bring death to us all, and is there is no way of stopping it.