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Azoria is neither the first or the last world created by Gods. The Trivium of Supreme Gods had tried to create the world of harmony, order and well being many times before Azoria. They would fail every time. The worlds condemned to annihilation would be given to Heresiarch, the demon of the Mid-World, as ancient as the Trivium.

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Azoria is neither the first or the last world created by Gods. The Trivium of Supreme Gods had tried to create the world of harmony, order and well being many times before Azoria. They would fail every time. The worlds condemned to annihilation would be given to Heresiarch, the demon of the Mid-World, as ancient as the Trivium.

When another world was swallowed by Heresiarch one of the Gods of the Trivium, Morlong, asked for freedom. Morlong protested that the Trivium could not create a beautiful world. He said he was the only one who could. Despite that incredible effrontery Morlong was given freedom under the condition of the Treaty. According to the Treaty, the world created by Morlong must prove its right to exist, every 50 years. To do that, the creatures born into that world are obliged to defeat Heresiarch.

Morlong was happy! He took all his strength to create a beautiful world but… He failed. He tried a thousand times but embryos of the worlds died and ugly results of his experiments went straight to the abyss of the Mid-World.

Morlong realized that it was his own nature of a Supreme God that prevented the world from being created. For that reason, Stighia was born from his tear, the great Goddess of Creation. Stighia created a beautiful world full of diversity, love and light. But the world was not harmonious so Morlong created Vulgat, Stighia’s twisted-horned husband, the bearer of depravity. Their union put life into Azoria.

50 years had passed since the creation and warriors of Azoria were to prove the Supreme Gods that they had a right to exist. But how could mortals defeat the powerful demon carrying the heaven on his shoulders?That is why Morlong created Talamids, Silent Masters called ‘Azorian Kings’. Talamids are immortal, their bodies are imperishable, and wounds can not damage them. Above all, Talamids are able to subject mortal warriors to their will.

A warrior whose will is united with the will of a Silent Master gains enormous power: the King takes a part of his essence to use the powerful magic. Each King has his own army of creatures of different races.

Talamids have subdued thousands of mortals and organized six Great Clans. It will be the Tournament of Six Heads where they’ll decide which of the six clans will challenge Heresiarch. Each of the Heads of Clans has an artifact given by Morlong. The winner of the Tournament gathers all the artifacts and, together with 5 allies, launches a war against Heresiarch.For 132 times have the powerful Azorian Kings defeated Heresiarch ending their Ascension and getting unbelievable wealth and fame.

This will be the 133rd …

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