The comic largely follows the story of Tallidan Bright, a character who originated from the Avatar Battle Royale as a joke character named "Darklord Bright" but has since changed into a more serious character. The strip details his adventures from shortly before he is initiated into a mysterious group called the "Isolators", but as he travels to their tower to begin his training, he crosses paths with a deadly enemy who turns out to be only the tip of the iceberg, and is swept up in a plot which spans all the way to the beginning of time.
The comic itself was drawn in the vector art program, Inkscape, with a mouse, but was officially discontinued due to the writer having a falling-out with the forum it was hosted on. A spiritual successor may be in the works, however.
Tropes used include:
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Seriously, there are red people (Slaa'ti), green people, blue people (Changelings), and orange people (Dwen). But no human... people.
- Art Evolution: Dear lord, so much. Seriously, compare the first comic◊ to the newest one◊.
- Cute Little Fangs: Silke has one.
- Fatal Flaw: Tallidan really, really needs anger management.
- Genki Girl: Silke.
- Mission from God: All of the Fallen, and maybe even Bright himself if you count his dad.
- Ms. Fanservice: Silke. Azarie too, to a lesser extent.
- Orphaned Series: Unfortunately.
- Our Demons Are Different: The Fallen; Slaa'ti as well if they actually are demons.
- Physical God: Arkan would appear to be this.
- Power Incontinence: Apparently, Silke.
- Slasher Smile: The Fallen all sport one.
- Unstoppable Rage: Tallidan goes into this when Silke is kidnapped. Then it's Subverted when Anathema stabs him through the chest.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Azarie.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Tallidan appears to be this.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Azarie calls Tallidan out on "not thinking before killing someone."