Ever wonder what would happen when Earth got booted up into the magical world several leagues above us?... more>>
I mean literal assimilation. Someone just plop the seven continents of Earth onto a massive world several time the sizes of our planet.
This is Horizon Record #1: About 100 days after Earth was assimilate in the event called Casualty Limit…
To all my friends from our fair planet that might be reading this. I know things look desperate. I felt the same terror you felt when the Demonic Continent and Emma Enterprise took over the Middle East and half of Asia.
Admittedly, I am not on one of our continents right now. I am currently traveling on an endless journey with my new comrades… the goal of our Odyssey is far from over…
Phantasia is a buffer against World Enemies– Monsters from the realm between existences hell-bent on wiping everyone and everything from Multiverse. As the citizen of Phantasia we have a duty to keep them at bay. And we, to my dismay, was heading toward complete annihilation.
The Demonic Continent will not rest until all other races is subjugate or wipe out. On the other side, the Holy Order will burn all that reject their world wield in hell of holy fire. The elves of Lightwell had allied themselves with Emma Enterprise and the Isle of Knowledge in an attempt to obtain monopoly over all wealth and power Phantasia had to offer. The other empires are steeped in corruption with the inevitable war between the factions of nobles and Liberator threatening to tore our society and security to pieces.
And with Earth being largest landmass assimilated in a hundred year, all those eyes and claws are aiming upon our world.
Meanwhile, the World Enemies got stronger every year. Unless something was done, Phantasia will be destroyed and the rest of the Multiverse will follow.
So bring it on. We might be small and helpless but heroes had to come from somewhere. We made an oath to save all we can reach… call it naive or stupid but we will not allow any sacrifices.
If absolute power was require to save everyone then we just have to achieve that absolute power and show all the worlds that heroes and knights still remain…that this is simply a beginning.
Now watch us hard-carry this idiotic yet wonderful world toward better future.
This is Hikma De Darwin– the 5th member of Horizon Dawn and the Chronicler of Magic…and this is our story…of not only me but the Horizon.
Emiya Shirou. Ally of justice. Entered into the fifth holy grail war, he resolves to save as many as he can. He is a sword,... more>> forged through cursed flames. It’s no surprise when he summons a servant of the Saber class. Yet, instead of a blade he summons a swordsman, one clothed in black. A blade cannot change, but in the right hands it can be shown the proper path…
“I-I failed to protect her that time. T-that’s why! This time… I must become a hero!”... more>>
Occupations. The blessings from the Gods given to the people of this world. Blessings that dictates the path of a person even before he as born. Blessings that demands the person to follow his predetermined fate. Blessings that won’t let you escape from your persistent destiny.
The Guider, after getting stabbed from the back and slowly dying an agonizing death in a disastrous campaign against the demons, he mysteriously finds himself to the day after he acquired his blessings from the Gods, his occupation, “Guider”.
The people who acquired this occupation are only considered as the herald of the arrival of the hero. When this occupation holder appears, the whole world will move to find the destined hero.
The occupation holder is only left behind afterwards, never giving him special attention yet only treated as an unlucky person as his only occupation was to let people know of the hero’s descent.
Yet this Guider, knowing experiences of his past… his future, will move forward against the Gods, against the cursed destiny they have been given. He will show them, with his own power, that he can also become a hero. A hero, enough to save his love one from that disastrous event. Only, he is perfectly unaware of the true nature of his occupation—
This is the story of the Guider who fought the power of his occupation yet moves along with it.
The Guider of Heroes