Every morning, Squire William took a stroll along the banks of Glenne Loch, the large body of water near his home. Glenne Loch is full of legends, the foremost being that a monster lives at the bottom of the deep, dark waters.
Squire William's life is a simple one. He lives with his aging Mother in their humble, little, three-room house. He is a servant to Sir Robert, the Lourde of Glenne Loch. His favourite meal is squirrel stew, which his Mother often serves, and his favourite colour is blue, except on Tuesdays.
But all of that changes one morning in May of 1279 when Squire William comes upon a document washed up on the shore. The document unlocks an ancient secret. Before you know it, Squire William is off on an adventure to faraway lands. He will meet many different people, including King Algron, the king of Piedmont (Glenne Loch is part of Piedmont), and he will encounter several types of creatures. He will witness great and bloody battles, and will endure hardship in many forms. His life will often be in danger. Will he survive? Will his quest, spelled out in the document, be successful? Will he gain great riches? Will he meet exotic women? Will they be naked? Or will his body be cut into hundreds of bite-size pieces to serve as snacks for the cannibals of Crag?