It all came to a head in the late 20th century…or the 56th century, or the 46th century, or in the 13th century. Honestly, it depends on how you choose to mark time. Time makes its mark on humankind - and we attempt to do the same in return. But I’m getting ahead of myself. For those that listen for the whispers of the oldest legends, things started to pick up a bit in the 14th century. Let me tell you what happened then.
Pope Clement V had moved the Curia from Rome to Avignon the year before. Popes get away with all sorts of things, but moving a papacy around is still the sort of thing that raises eyebrows. The curious and the faithful alike traveled to France to see the Pope. Among the throngs of the curious, few had any idea that twenty seven of them were Immortal.
The Armistice of the Immortals forbade combat for one entire year in each century. And in the 14th century, that year was 1310. And it is here our story begins.
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