Connor Magnuson is going to conquer Death itself.
A penniless drifter, Connor has survived the last eight years alone in a cursed woodland teeming with monsters that eat grown men whole. Shunned, forgotten, and with nowhere else to go, he looks death in the eye every night and draws his sword to face it. The forest, after all, burned the fear out of him long ago.
Still, it hasn't hardened the last shreds of his heart quite yet. When Connor hears a mysterious girl scream in the middle of nowhere, he ends up in a brutal battle that nearly costs him his life. His bravery does not go unrewarded, and in the aftermath of the fight, he finds himself bonded to the most infamous enchantment the world has ever seen: the Wraith King. The undead abomination grants him godlike power, but legendary magic always comes with a cost. Even as his fellow outcasts flock to him for help, Connor is branded as an outlaw. Kings and lords alike know where the wraith has gone, and they'll slit his throat to take it from him. To them, a peasant like Connor is unworthy. He's a mistake to be corrected, and nothing more.
But Connor is no ordinary man, and he'll drag those hunters to hell with him if that's what it takes to protect what is his.
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Clichés and stereotypes
The story, world and characters are okay-ish, the story is full of clichés and many characters are stereotypes.
Also the voice actor goes too far with the melodramatic narration.
For me the story felt very boring and with every new cliché, stereotype and over the top melodramatic scene it lost a bit more appeal until I just didn't want to continue anymore.