Hope for an Era: Prologue (Rough Draft)

By: Damien Knight

Prologue

“Come listen to my tale, lest
we forget the horrors of the Dragon Wars.”
-Mika Tsuki

Once, long ago, Earth was a magical place where the inhabitants had honoured the “Gods” and Dragons. In return, we blessed them by living amongst them and guiding them. Together we lived in harmony with the pulse of the planet.

As time passed, humans lost touch with Earth and her energy. They became corrupt and destructive, creating vast cities that polluted the land’s magic. This caused the guardians to abandon the land called Earth and return through portals to their home world of Lysandor- now known as “The Realm of Dreams.”
I was one of the first of those dragons who left Earth to its moral demise and abandoned humankind. I closed the portal that led to Lysandor and my birth land Aldaria behind me.

When I had left, several portals were still open but, over time, many more were sealed. The gateways that remained allowed a great and terrible event to pass, one that changed the Lysandor’s fate. Darkness entered our world and aided in this dreadful war.

To prevent this from happening ever again every portal except for “The Dreamers Port” closed. Through this opening, those who walk both worlds may reach the planet Lysandor while they dream and remain on their home world as they sleep. Dreamer, it is by this means you hear my tale.

The story I tell in this official record happened after I abandoned Earth and its inhabitants. I present the story of my beloved daughter – the fate of my race. This tale is set down so no one forgets that dragons became hunted in the world which was to be their sanctuary. Remember Gori. Remember the Dragon Wars.

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