Story of Lang Dao a.k.a Bladewolf
Centuries ago, before the Roman Conquest at Eastern Europe, a group of mercenaries has been kidnapping children and sell them for a reasonable price to different warlords. Sima Yi, Cao Cao's strategist, had a meeting with one of the mercenaries and made a deal on adopting some of them to train as a specialize group of assassins. A black hair, wide, and little brown eyes was among those children. Without a memory of his real name, he was named as Lang Dao (Bladewolf) because of his amazing skills in battle that he may even be compared to the mighty General Lu Bu. Honed by countless hours of training replacing memories of fun, laughter and blissful childhood he once had. Due to these skills, he was placed in one of Cao Cao's elite guards. Slaying a classmate, a friend a random peasant, anyone that interferes his King's ambition.
During the Yellow Turban Rebellion, Lang Dao was sent in a mission to suppress the rebel's forces. A poisoned arrow, originally aimed at Cao Cao's heart, struck his face. On the brink of death, he was left alone on the battlefield.
Lang Dao, with a pale face, was found unconscious by the river. After days of rest, he once again hold his bloodcurdling blade. Training with new companions, his necessity to fight to survive turned into lust. Lang Dao approached and conversed with the maiden. "It's not your time yet, and you are alive for a greater cause" the maiden said.
The maiden told Lang Dao that Lord Zhao Yun, one of Liu Bei's famous generals was the one who saved him. Before he was left alone in the battlefield, Lord Zhao Yun was amazed of his courage to fight that he could not bear to waste his talent.
Though Lang Dao's face was disfigured, the scar became the foundation of his new acquired strength and purpose to live in life. For some unexplainable reason, the poision also affected the color of his hair, turning it from black to gold.
Later, Lang Dao met an old man and asked him if he knows anything about the Einherjar. Though, he has no idea what it meant, he seems determined to figure out the meaning behind it.
Lang Dao (Bladewolf): I will once again change my name from Lang Dao to Bladewolf as a respect and a remembrance of the place where I was born. I will train and be the best to fulfill the dreams that was once deprived from me.