“How powerful of a man to desire to walk amongst the Gods, but you have no enemies to prove your power. What is your plan, great King?” Damion asked.
“I will teach my enemies everything that I know, then I will make war against them to test the strength of the Gods,” King Zed replied.
Damion began to leave, then he turned to ask King Zed one more question.
“Great King, is there one God that rules the Gods?”
King Zed stood tall.
“If there is, after this last battle, we will see his strength on earth. At the stroke of midnight, once I feel that the armies that I have raised up are ready for the biggest war ever on this planet, we will see. Look to the sky Damion. If you see the veins of lighting in the stormy clouds, then we have awakened the God of Gods. If he strikes our tower, we will stop fighting and make peace.”
After his proclamation, King Zed’s messenger then confirmed that his enemies had been taught every technique of war invented by his entire army. He assured him that they were ready to fight.
Soon after, hot steamy bombs began falling from the sky, mighty armies with equal power were soon thrashing at each other’s throats. Smoke and soot from burning buildings filled the air and men fought until death. The smoke was so thick that a storm with powerful lighting struck the watch tower where King Zed was under attack at. Seeing that he had awakened the God of Gods an earthquake swallowed the entire battlefield with only the tower remaining.
“Great King, the tails of battle have been recorded, and from this day forward we will speak of one God. Did you hear how he calmed the earth with one bolt of lighting? For this God of Gods must also be a God of peace,” Damion explained.
Weakened from battle, King Zed could hear nothing but silence.
“We shall never make war again. From this day forward, we will serve the God of peace, for his strength is perfect. He has made me a believer,” King Zed said, while also throwing his sword from his watch tower into the huge hole in the ground created by the earthquake.
After the last Great War, the Kingdom of Zed became known as a place of peace. The legend had spread of how the God of Gods swallowed the world’s strongest armies with one bolt of lighting.
In fear, the people of earth never awoke the war Gods again, for they vowed to serve the God of peace.