The sorceress, Morgana, had won. The death of King Arthur signified the end of Camelot and the age of chivalry casting the world into a dark time where evil had little constraint. Merlin, the magician, had failed in his effort to limit the black magic of the fairy witch and instead found himself captive in the cave of Druid Island where he would linger while the chaos flourished. Years later his wizard son, Thomas, would be given the opportunity to succeed where his father had failed. It was not something he could undertake on his own and, as his father had used the youngster Arthur to further his goals, so Thomas would mentor the young boy, David, knowing that soon he would have to face the evil sorceress.
Their quest would take the two on a journey to the strange land of the Fantasian Forest to obtain the Druid’s Egg, a gem capable of destroying the witch. But it would be a journey fraught with danger and creatures not known to the modern world. Even if the Egg were to be obtained, it would still be necessary to face the witch and her followers and the wizard was unsure if the boy had the courage to do so.