Morris Atkinson was born the village of Othea, a settlement owned by the small Kingdom of Asmal. At the age of 14, Morris joined Othea's local militia as an archer to defend his town from the dangers of Altira, honing his skills over the years battling foes ranging from bandits, rivaling armies, and creatures. At the age of 24 he was given command of his own platoon of archers.
When the beings known as the Titans began terrorizing the lands of Altira, the 8 Gods and Goddesses of the realm began looking for heroes to defeat them. Morrison was one of six individuals selected by the eight deities and was gifted with immortality and abilities that far surpassed any human was capable of. Together with his companions, they managed to defeat the Titans and restore peace to the lands. After the Titan Wars and disbandment of the Six Heroes, Morrison returned to his homeland to train subsequent generations of archers.
Moribund War and aftermathEdit
When the Moribund War began, Morrison help lead the defense of his nation against those who threatened the Kingdom of Asmal. Eventually his homeland would fall, much of it's military either destroyed or scattered after the death of the royal family, Morrison led an enclave of soldiers and civilians on a journey to find a new home. After many losses, they eventually managed to find refuge in a castle that was abandoned and began fortifying the location. After the fortress was fully fortified, Morrison began leading parties to rescue refugees who's homes were destroyed by the war.
Decades later, the war came to an end when Ami raised the lands into the skies. The castle that Morrison's group was using was split in half, with one half being left behind while the other was raised into the heavens and many were killed in the event.
After gathering who were left alive and burrying their dead, Morris took a small group to find out how much of the land got raised into the sky and to see if others outside of the castle survived. After returning to the castle, the survivors were faced with a new dilema. Their supply of food was reduced due to most of it being destroyed when the castle they were in was damaged as the island was raised into the skies. This situation, in the short term, was fixed by hunting and gathering what animals there were in the piece of land. However this it's self soon became an issue, as there were not enough animals or plants to maintain a substainable supply. Soon starvation struck the group of 600 survivors, many dying as time went on. Morris, out of desperation in the hopes of even saving one, continued to look for even the smallest amount of food, but his efforts were in vain. All ending up dying either by starvation or sickness. Morris buried all of the bodies and held a ceremony for them, reading passages from ancient tomes, and grieved for them, and cursed his own immortality as he was the last one alive on the island. He would not see another human being until 210 years later when the first Old Dawn Empire sky ships found the island.