Clouds. Rain. Overcast skies. Dead trees, dying grass, old tombstones, a general feeling of unease in the air. Not the most upbeat of places, but there's a reason they called this place the 'Sorrow Fields'. Only a few centuries ago it had been the home of an entire race, but their neighbors saw fit to take their land and make it their own, slaughtering thousands and scattering the survivors to the wind. The conflict was long over however, the only remnants from the era being the mass graveyards that can be found throughout the area, casualties from both sides of the war. None of this was particularly relevant at the moment, however; it merely sets the stage for the story to come. In the small town of Memento, the capital of this sparsely populated place, a fresh faced man donning shining steel armor and a finely woven purple robe with gold trim, stood out like a store thumb among the cruddy stone huts and dirt covered peasants comprising this fair 'city'. Holding a great helm underneath his arm, he seemed to be speaking with the village elder, an ornery gent that always seemed to look as though he were displeased. At this very moment, he seemed even more agitated than usual. "They're terrorizin' us, don't you get it you whippersnapper?! We can't live like this!" "Calm down, sir, please. I am going to do what I can, but I would like to have all the information first. When did these attacks first start?" The old man tapped his cane impatiently on the ground, responding to the inquiry with more than a little bitterness in his voice. "Months ago... We sent for help back then, and your people are just now gettin' around to it... typical. Guess you church folks ain't as generous and helpful as you lead us 'commoners' on to be." Daron sighs, shaking his head. "I am sorry your pleas went unheeded until just now... But I promise I will do everything I can to help your people." The tone of his voice was so oddly sincere, a trait not many people possessed in this world. "But I need your cooperation, alright? Now please, just answer my questions..."