When one hears the word Immortal, you automatically assume that they never die. That's not entirely true. You see, the word is used so loosely nowadays that everyone just assumes that immortality means to escape death - to cheat death. When in reality, they can die from being staked in the heart. Sometimes they die from being staked with wood from a sacred tree. Holy water; It either burns them - acting as a substitute for Sulfuric Acid - or it sets them on fire and they turn to ash within a matter of seconds. Consecrated grounds--Vampires cannot step foot on them, it's considered holy - virginal, and the dead (or rather undead) are tainted and unable to gain entrance without spontaneously combusting .
Does one ever wonder if a "true Immortal" exists? What if he does exist? What if no stake could penetrate his skin, and what if the effects of holy water can't turn his undead, earthly body to ash. As far as decapitation goes... well, let's just say the owner of the weapon always lost their head. Undefeatable, unable to be killed, unable to be hurt. A true immortal walks the earth in search of the answers to the mysterious prophecy etched on the cave walls, and how to put an end to the curse he's rapidly spread around the world.
Follow Caen Tomes as he sets about on a journey that will forever change his once human life, into a truly immortal one, and the world as you know it. A prophecy to be fulfilled, questions needing answers, an end to the curse that plagues him, and a fight to the death. Caen will never be the same again. Nor will the world.