Schild was raised as a bastard, not knowing the identity of his father.
Because of his mother persistently keeping the secret of his identity, he and his mother were looked down on with contempt in the village. Harsh treatment and cold eyes followed them one after the other, and Schild, who was constantly treated that way, grew up to be a bad, yet a tough child. Out of patience for his misbehavior, however, many of the villagers started to encourage Schild’s mother to marry, and when he was 13 years old, her mother decided she couldn’t take it anymore and finally joined the arms of another man.
After remarrying, her mother’s new partner declared that has no intention of feeding Schild. Because of this, he was forced to leave the village, also by the unanimous decision by the villagers.
Finding that she could no longer have any backing to remove their decision to evict Schild, adding the tiredness of the tribulations she had with the child, his mother gave him a sword before leaving, the only clue of his father’s identity.
“This was a keepsake given to me by your father. He told me to give it to you when you grow up.
Take this sword to the royal capital. Your father is there. Once you deserve his qualifications, you will naturally meet him, eye to eye.”
Will he be on time to meet his father? What will happen to him right after? Schild’s adult life in the royal capital begins now!