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As a young boy, Bray Brandalack lived the perfect life with his family in the city of Breistan, the capital of the nation of Polia. Bray had all he could have ever wanted; loving parents, a good example-setting older brother, a life of luxury and wealth and the opportunity to pursue any path and receive any sort of job he wanted in life. Then in a span of a couple short ye As a young boy, Bray Brandalack lived the perfect life with his family in the city of Breistan, the capital of the nation of Polia. Bray had all he could have ever wanted; loving parents, a good example-setting older brother, a life of luxury and wealth and the opportunity to pursue any path and receive any sort of job he wanted in life. Then in a span of a couple short years, everything changed. Beginning with the abduction of his best friend, who was kidnapped by slavers from a distant country looking for strong boys to work their fields, Bray’s life began to fall apart. His father was drafted into a foreign war and died overseas, and his mother died of great illness, leaving Bray and his older brother, Cleran, to fend for themselves. After many years of working hard labor jobs just to scrape by, the two brothers’ lives changed further when a war broke out – the worst war in their world’s history. Cleran enlisted into the war in hopes of making more money to provide for Bray and give him the chance to still pursue a job of his choice at home. Despite Cleran’s wishes for Bray to live a better life, the young man decides instead to seek revenge for their father’s death, and also enlists into the war in hopes of hunting down the man responsible – a cruel and devious man named Hansoff Lukaine. In the opening months of the ‘Grand War,’ the separated brothers witness horrific events on and off the battlefields of the war. Cleran finds himself trapped in a city under siege, and is one of very few survivors of the assault, which almost entirely levels the city. Bray finds himself taken captive by the enemy and confronts his greatest foe, Hansoff. Both brothers end up being presumed dead, and they both hear news of the other’s supposed deaths. Two brothers, alone in their separate fronts of a massive war, must find the strength to continue on and make it back home alive, whilst doing all they can to ensure the men under their command survive the war as well. Both Bray and Cleran are led to believe they are the only living member of their family, and although both men are determined to return home to keep the family in existence, they both learn to set aside their own wishes to put their brothers in arms first and value their men’s lives above their own, in order to do all they can to get each man home safely. In a tale of brotherhood, hardship, loss and the realities of war, the two protagonists discover who they are as individuals and their own purposes in life. Bray learns first-hand through his quest to avenge his father’s death that vengeance is a like a double-edged blade, and no man can emerge unscathed when seeking revenge. As our young hero loses those he cares about along the way, he is brought to question just how far he is willing to go to gain justice for his father, and he learns what the price is of such mad bloodlust. When all is over, Bray is a new man, wizened by his time in the war, and it becomes profoundly important to him to honor and remember his fallen brothers in arms, whom had made the ultimate sacrifice in order to help bring the war to an end and to help preserve the freedoms of their world. ‘Fallen Heroes’ is the tale of how two young men are thrust into the horrors of war and must learn the value of fighting for the men beside them on the field, rather than for personal gain or glory; and also a story of how tragedy and loss are facts of life, and that to tell one’s story and remember them after they die is the best way to honor a fallen one’s life.


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As a young boy, Bray Brandalack lived the perfect life with his family in the city of Breistan, the capital of the nation of Polia. Bray had all he could have ever wanted; loving parents, a good example-setting older brother, a life of luxury and wealth and the opportunity to pursue any path and receive any sort of job he wanted in life. Then in a span of a couple short ye As a young boy, Bray Brandalack lived the perfect life with his family in the city of Breistan, the capital of the nation of Polia. Bray had all he could have ever wanted; loving parents, a good example-setting older brother, a life of luxury and wealth and the opportunity to pursue any path and receive any sort of job he wanted in life. Then in a span of a couple short years, everything changed. Beginning with the abduction of his best friend, who was kidnapped by slavers from a distant country looking for strong boys to work their fields, Bray’s life began to fall apart. His father was drafted into a foreign war and died overseas, and his mother died of great illness, leaving Bray and his older brother, Cleran, to fend for themselves. After many years of working hard labor jobs just to scrape by, the two brothers’ lives changed further when a war broke out – the worst war in their world’s history. Cleran enlisted into the war in hopes of making more money to provide for Bray and give him the chance to still pursue a job of his choice at home. Despite Cleran’s wishes for Bray to live a better life, the young man decides instead to seek revenge for their father’s death, and also enlists into the war in hopes of hunting down the man responsible – a cruel and devious man named Hansoff Lukaine. In the opening months of the ‘Grand War,’ the separated brothers witness horrific events on and off the battlefields of the war. Cleran finds himself trapped in a city under siege, and is one of very few survivors of the assault, which almost entirely levels the city. Bray finds himself taken captive by the enemy and confronts his greatest foe, Hansoff. Both brothers end up being presumed dead, and they both hear news of the other’s supposed deaths. Two brothers, alone in their separate fronts of a massive war, must find the strength to continue on and make it back home alive, whilst doing all they can to ensure the men under their command survive the war as well. Both Bray and Cleran are led to believe they are the only living member of their family, and although both men are determined to return home to keep the family in existence, they both learn to set aside their own wishes to put their brothers in arms first and value their men’s lives above their own, in order to do all they can to get each man home safely. In a tale of brotherhood, hardship, loss and the realities of war, the two protagonists discover who they are as individuals and their own purposes in life. Bray learns first-hand through his quest to avenge his father’s death that vengeance is a like a double-edged blade, and no man can emerge unscathed when seeking revenge. As our young hero loses those he cares about along the way, he is brought to question just how far he is willing to go to gain justice for his father, and he learns what the price is of such mad bloodlust. When all is over, Bray is a new man, wizened by his time in the war, and it becomes profoundly important to him to honor and remember his fallen brothers in arms, whom had made the ultimate sacrifice in order to help bring the war to an end and to help preserve the freedoms of their world. ‘Fallen Heroes’ is the tale of how two young men are thrust into the horrors of war and must learn the value of fighting for the men beside them on the field, rather than for personal gain or glory; and also a story of how tragedy and loss are facts of life, and that to tell one’s story and remember them after they die is the best way to honor a fallen one’s life.

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