(The kingdom of Fiore is at peace and all is as it should be. A comet has hit the land and though things seemed fine, it is only the beginning. Soon, people begin to go missing, then entire towns. The only thing that people ever see that is left are claw marks and a strange black ooze. Something must be done! Makarov has made up a team of the best wizard of the Fairy tale guild to take on the mission. They must investigate every town that has been deserted, find clues on who the enemy is and save the kingdom from total destruction. Will you make it in time before the invaders destroy everything?) The kingdom of Fiore has finally began to experience peace as some of the dark guilds have gone quiet in recent times. Of course, that is not to say that they have disappeared completely but have rather been showing up in fewer numbers. Just as everyone thought everything would be fine, something unexpected happened. What looked to be a red streak cutting across the sky would only be the beginning of Fiore's new troubles. -- Fairy Tail guild hall, home to Fiore's best wizards and rated number one wizards guild. This is where it all begins. The guild hall is in full swing and everyone is talking to one another or looking up at the job boards, trying to see if they can find a job. Sitting on the bar counter was the Master of Fairy Tail, Makarov Dreyar. This man was one of the Ten Wizard Saints and is able to wield Titan Magic. He sees everyone of the guild as his children and is never one to stand by and see his "children" get hurt. (Phantom Lord learned that the hard way.) Makarov sat on the bar counter, looking down at a mission sent from the King of Fiore himself, pretty much ordering Makarov to send some of his best wizards out to investigate the resent string of disappearances that has been occurring for the past couple of days. Looking up, Makarov scanned the faces of the guild members, trying to decide who would go before turning to see Gildarts Clive taking the seat next to where he was and ordering a drink from Mirajane Strauss. "Gildarts, Mirajane, I have to talk to the two of you" The old man states in a serious tone, forgoing his usual goofy nature do to the seriousness of the letter.