Blank and milky eyes gazed around the cluttered tower room, yet saw nothing. Cracked lips mouthed words and in front of the old man, a quill marked them down on equally cracked parchment. The room was beautiful, it was a shame the old man couldn’t see any of it. Books lined the walls and windows gave view to a beautiful world outside. The man was busy, however, and wouldn’t have time for the beauty even if he could see it.
A prophecy was being spoken in an old tongue long forgotten. In the realm of Kaiserin, prophecies were taken with complete seriousness. There was nothing more important than a prophecy, because nothing could stop them from coming true. This prophecy was even more important, because it spoke about the prince Celyn.
Prince Celyn, the heir to the throne, was well liked within Silevon. The people adored his kindness and bravery, for that was all they saw. Within that exterior though, there were flaws. Celyn was a man of fiery passion; he was always eager to fight battles not his own just for the sake of the cause, and he always chased after things that were never of real importance. Celyn’s bravery and passion led to a problem of overconfidence when it came to things he cared deeply about. This prophecy seemingly exploited this.
The old man spoke of a girl who had been alone her entire life. A girl who was going to rescue Celyn from his own faults, and rescue him as well from one of the three dark princes in the realm of Minasdess. After that, the prophecy spoke of the same girl destroying the other two princes and collecting three objects that would ultimately be used to destroy the dark king, Medinor. The girl and the prince would then return to Kaiserin and eventually back to the city of Silevon, where the girl would find what she was looking for the entire time.
The prophecy spoke of love and adventure and fate. A girl who had never been happy before was going to be happy for the first time with the prince of Kaiserin, in the quest to free the dark realm of Minasdess from the power of the king and princes. A girl who’s name was Misake.