In a realm ruled by elves and men, a darkness thrives only a few can see. Lurking in shadows, and stalking each mortal like prey, are immortal Wraiths. The demonic phantoms hunger for more hearts to crush and lives to claim. Thus is the Spellbinder’s fate, consumed in darkness, led by Wraiths, and plotting to destroy the innocent. With barbaric tribesmen at his side, coupled with invisible demons, it is a pity no one believes the Spellbinder is real. He is only a legend. A simple child’s story, isn’t he? Such is what Prince Theron believes as he guides his fiancée through Wraith’s Hollow; the forest claimed by the so-called Spellbinder. Yet, only a fool would fear myths. Thus, Theron leads on, unaware of the eyes watching and Wraiths grinning between tree’s shadows. Theron learns all too late the error of his ways; his fair maiden and realm quivering at the end of the Spellbinder’s sword of fire.