For seven years the Ibeden Empire has been at war with five nations. One of the most troublesome, is a small kingdom of Kemened. This small nation should have been easily defeated but it is still holding out after seven long, arduous years. The reason comes down to one person, the unknown assassin. As the name suggests, nothing is known about this person who strikes without detection leaving behind nothing but a corpse with burned out eyes.... more>>
As the First Prince of Ibeden closes in on the Kemened Kingdom, his subordinate Count Custer is killed in a brothel. His burned out eyes, like bloody moons, leave no doubt as to identity of person who killed him. Yet again it was the unknown assassin.
There is a secret beneath the maze of the Kemened Kingdom, as The First Prince will soon discover it goes much deeper than assassin’s or Kingdoms, it’s a matter of fate, and it will change everything
Even if you die, even if you are reborn…... more>>
You will never be able to leave me!
Unable to accept the Emperor who was engulfed in obsession and madness, he killed himself.
But a hundred years passed by…
and he was reborn again, as though it were fate's cruel joke,
And with his memories of the past intact at that!!
He vowed never to see the Emperor again, but he hoped that he had at least forgotten all his memories…
He could not escape him even in death…
Now he faces the reincarnation of the Emperor once again.
One day, I picked up a person who lost his memory. He is very big and he has a devilishly beautiful face, but he behaved like a seven-year-old child. I thought he was abandoned because of his condition. I brought him home and took care of him sincerely. At first, he caused many accidents like a troublemaker, but he became more precious to me day by day.... more>>
As their bond grew stronger, a man chasing after the whereabouts of the child appeared in a small county estate. In a desperate attempt to escape and in order to save the child, he pays the witch a price to save the child…
And so, the child’s identity was exposed as the ‘cursed prince’.