☆Highest Rating: #103 in HF!☆
A Retelling of WWII... with a twist.
Principalities. Winged beings who have been bound to a people, a place, a culture and country from the moment their eyes opened to this earth, and doomed to fall with it. They feel the toils of war, and hear the words of all leadership. They exchange the secrets of their government when their rulers cannot. They whisper into the ears of the brightest what must be done. They are messengers, deliverers, saviors. Warriors.
Arthur had decided he'd had enough of the other nations bickering, and unintentionally drawing themselves into more wars. So, in the late 1700s, he was granted leave. He tucked himself away in a church, feathers and all, to forget. But he could not forget the urge to fight, to be beside a king, and now, a Prime Minister.
It is 1932 when Arthur allows himself to be drawn out of the shadows once more, word of an assassination in Austria causing tensions among the Nations to rise once more. Arthur stands to speak of his reasons for leaving, and vainly attempts to cast away any ideas of war.
Now Arthur is thrown into a new century, with new weapons, and far many more ways to die. He must struggle to keep the human citizens closest to him safe, while also delivering aid to the other Nations who pleaded for his help at the beginning of the war. This will not be easy. And though he may be far beyond the grasp of death, there are many who are close who he cannot bear to lose.
Even though a Principality cannot be easily killed, the concept of a global war is worse than death itself.
(Rating last confirmed 9/30/2017)
(Based on Characters and Concepts by Hidekaz Himaruya (OOC)
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