In a faraway land called Yuman, in a small village called Darmin, Tara Keene lives in peace and harmony. She is in love with a young, handsome villager named Erin Cla. Their lives consists of taking care of the farms they live on and enjoying the company of other creatures that live in an immense forest that covers their land. Tara has a reputation of being a sorceress because she touched a great golden rock that fell from the sky. Only Tara and Erin know that she uses the power of the stone to create miracles. Very much in love, they have grown farther apart because Erin has accepted more adult responsibilities after his father died. Their tranquil existence is threatened one day as Tara and her two sisters Lita and Serona tend the sheep in the forest. The Batavians, a fierce, warlike race attack and their lives change forever.
Tara Keene, a beautiful young woman must use her powers she received from touching a golden stone that fell from the sky to thwart an evil race called the Batavians.
It was told, and it has been written that in the days before Yuman’s became a species to be reckoned with—long before they presented a dominating presence to other creatures of the great forests that covered the world they lived in—that trolls and dwarves dwelled in a land called Tharvia.
Tharvia was a beautiful land bordered on the North by great lakes and on the East by Yuman, a land where peaceful tribes lived in small villages. To the South was the land of the Vorgos, a swamp place where lizard people dwelled. To the West was Batavia, a territory where evil existed in the form of bat-like creatures who were dangerous and warlike.
Tharvia was bustling with life of every variety. Fairies flew about on warm summer nights avoiding mischievous elves and goblins that wished to capture them. Keeping a Fairy in captivity would surely bring luck to those who had captured them. Fairies were ordained to be magical creatures that could grant wishes at the whim of their captors and so they were exceptionally valued, prized possessions. It was not only fairies that dwelled in the land of Tharvia. Elves, Gnomes and Pixies lived here too. Tharvia was a warm and pleasant land, most of the time.