The land of Randor is in turmoil. There is war, and the King has been killed in battle. The throne has been inherited by Ian Firth of the Clan MacIleason, upon the death of his uncle and cousin in the same batle that took the life of the King. Ian feels he is not worthy of the throne, even if those closest ot him and , indeed, his very actions prove otherwise. The druid, Nathan Graham, has told Ian that he is on the throne by virtue of "the Prophecy of the One", a long forgotten prophecy that, if interpretted wrong, could spell the doom and ruin of Randor. Is Ian the One proclaimed in the prophecy?