Access: Closed Roleplayers: Shaki and Temptation Description A young man by the name of Alexander had been born into a wealthy family, his ancestors famed for their marvelous swordsmanship and fine blade craftsmanship. Many of the greatest weapons wielded by kings and warlords had been created by his bloodline. However, due to a tragic accident 5 years ago young Alexander had remained the final living member of the family tree. Though his family had been taken away from him Alex had still been left the vast riches as well as the main manor. His childhood home was now his own property filled with plenty of maids and butlers to keep it up and running as well as his health taken care of. But, even with all of this the young royal blood found himself lacking something and after long thought realized that what he sought out was a personal servant. The household's current servants wouldn't suffice sadly; the young man wanted something new. Such is a logical choice for his young and still adventurous heart. The burden of running the blacksmith family business had been given to loyal family friends by him so when he sought a new room mate for his manor he sought their advice on whom to choose. Many offered up their own daughters as personal slaves in an effort to gain even more of his trust and grace but he refused. On his way back home with disappointment overwhelming him Alexander came across a man who had been begging for help in the streets. He had just recently lost his job and needed money for his family. Having approached him the peasant was shocked to have found out his identity for Alex very rarely left his home and showed his face in the village but Alexander quickly proved the rumors of him being a cruel and solitary man wrong by offering to help the man. He first asked of his story and why he had lost his job, but the kind deed soon proved to bring good karma when the begging man showed Alex a picture of his family. The young man's eyes were caught by the beauty of his daughter and a devious plan had been created within his mind. Instead of buying the man and his family dinner he had offered him a small fraction of his wealth to the man in exchange for his daughter. The man was hesitant at first even with the large sum of money offered but after being reassured that his daughter would be in good hands he agreed. Our tale begins with Alexander at his manor with the new maiden arriving.