A Tale That Wasn’t Right, The Toon Legacy

Once upon a time not so long ago, there's a land called Geordieland where the people there live with passion and pride was looking for a proper knight to lead them conquered the world with bare hands. They just have a new King who banished all of the previous regime and give promise of new hope for Geordieland citizens.

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The new King found out that the previous Landlord has just appointed a knight who has won many battles before, he is then willing to give that knight the chance to make another glorious wins up to the next wars ahead. The King promise him the amount of money to buy his soldiers, but that promise was never come into reality.

So, the new knight called Sam Allardyce has to win his own battle inside and get the soldiers he needed by selling the old ones. He did marching on to his battles with no sufficient back-up from the new King.

The new appointed knight was actually had just bowled over the whole nations six-man interview panel with a mightily impressive presentation on his plans to succeed another knight, Sven-Göran Eriksson as the whole country general.

The new knight wants to concentrate on the Job he's already accepted, and believe with his old battle track records, he can do the same with his new task.

But the tale wasn't right everytime, and with the legacy he's got from his previous five knights in charge, Big Sam meet the battle that was hard to win this time.

After succesful in winning his first war, following with several hard fought wins in and outside his castle, the new knight failed to keep his soldiers in good shape and curse of the legacy starts to haunted him down. Cannot sleep well at night, his mind and soul terrorized by the Geordieland citizens, and his strength slowly faded.

The legacy is still continuing hunt for another victims, and whoever will come next, he must be the one that could break the old curse, to fix the devastated morale of the team and the people of Geordieland. The new hope is look like will never come, and the fog of the tyne still as cloudy as before for many years to come, unless the new King is already got the ace card in his pocket.

“Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea, for the Devil sends the beast with wrath, because he knows the time is short…” (Iron Maiden, the Number of the beast)

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