The Right of Heroes Volume 1: The New Legends
That's all anything was in the simplistic scale inside of war. There are the good guys, and there are the bad guys. The dark army wasn't a collection of like-minded people, not an exceptionally large squadron of independent thinkers. To the slow, unappreciated minds of the "good guys", they were the evil. The pure, undiluted spectrum of taint and malice and destruction. The battle of the ages people would call it in the distant recollections of time. Good vs bad. It all seemed poetic, the way of history and how it always repeats itself. Darkness and light in an eternal struggle, locked in a cage fight by the gods and left to gnaw at the other's flesh. It was just... just so stupid to think like that though.