Anasazi was right to believe that evil would be smart enough to find its way to the kingdom he had built. It seemed that the magical wars would never end and all of the evil wizards were trying to ‘dethrone’ the most powerful wizard in the universe. What he did not anticipate, however, was the fact that he would be betrayed by his own kin. Anasazi grew desperate and thought that if he hid the fact that his son had the color black, Kafele would not become the dark wizard that he was destined to be. However, Anasazi was foolish: destiny always played out, one way or another. In the end, Kafele followed his path that would ruin everything. He would soon discover that his true color was black, not purple; hatred and jealousy of his brother would grow in him; he would kill his own brother. No matter how powerful a wizard Anasazi was, he could not take it upon himself to destroy his own first born. Instead, he gave Kafele mercy and Kafele was banished. If he should return, Kafele would immediately be executed. Years went by as Kafele plotted a way to become the omnipotent wizard in the whole universe. He spent years strategizing on how to lay waste to the Kingdom of Anasazi. Finally, after thirteen long years, he came out of hiding and started his seize . . .
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