The Story of Yoshiku
The story of my past is a hard one to tell. Even now as I sit
under the tree of my adopted country, Nagnang.
I supposed my story starts when I turned twelve. My family
lived on the northern part of Sicily. My mother died when I was
younger. All I can remember of my mother was that she was a
strong warrior. My mother left me her most prized possession, a
dark-blue stone that she nicknamed: "Shade" .. My father and I
would sit by the fire while he regaled me with stories of how my
Mother, along with the army ( "But of course she could of gone
alone" my father would explain ), fought off the bandits and
raiders that came from the sea. My father would always start his
story telling very happily, jumping around the room to imitate the
great ogres. At the end of his storytelling my father would
become quite sullen and spend the rest of the night in his room.
This was all I knew of family in the house by the sea, just me, my
sister, and my father.
My father was a well-liked man in our town. He owned a small
shop where he sold exotic goods from foreign lands. One could
often come into the shop to find my father telling the story of
how the very dagger he held in his hands once pierced the
heart of a might demon.
My sister, well my sister was one of a kind. We would often go
on long walks in the woods. We would sit on the rocks by the
waterfall as she explained to me about the spirits of the earth.
My happiest memories are of when my father would let us
sleep out under the stars. My sister would point out stars
which she said made pictures (None of which I ever saw)
Shortly after my 16th birthday (Which would be about Yuri 40
in your lands) My father confided a secret in me. He told me
about his true past, when he had been in something called the
KSG. I did not know where this KSG was or even what it was.
My father left the next day on what he told us was a business
trip. That was the last I saw of my father.
My sister and I waited days, then weeks, then months until
one day a man stopped by. The man's name I do not remember
but I knew it was not from our region, possibly not even from
our country. The man explained to me that my father was
okay, but that I would never see him again. On my 21st
birthday I was finally old enough to find my father. I took my
sister with me and traveled to the city of 'Koguryo' the journey
took quite a long time. During the trip my sister and I stopped
in the wilderness for the night. There, my sister met a group
of people who called themselves 'Druids'/ My sister wanted
to stay with these people. I agreed, and continued onward
When I first came to the lands of the Nexus I know little about
it's people. I soon grew tired of city life in 'Buya' and sought
somewhere else to dwell. Then I met a member of the group I
recognized as the ones my sister was with. He was named
Borfshwitz. He showed me the country of Nagnang, where I
now write this from.
I haven't seen my sister since the day I left her, but as it
has done throughout my life, my search goes on...