On the shores of Corlean a young man lives. He stands on edge of his estate as the waves collide upon the stone covered shore. The Corlean flag whips along with his hair with it's blue and red color's shining in the glory of daylight. Suddenly a man walks behind him, with the same long brown hair.
"Jean" his father Michael says, a deep voice one from many years on the fields of battle.
"So, you found me" he says with dismay.
"Well Son, I've known you since you were born, and I also know this is where you go to get things off your mind."
"I don't think you'll want to know."
"You've gotten all your daily work done early, and that's defiantly not your status quo" the young man turns around, at this point ready to admit the truth tired of holding it in.
"Back in school I started to feel a patriotic sense of duty, one to Olean, just like my brother Charles felt, and just like you felt" his father takes in a deep breath to take in the new info and with that formulates a response.
"You're finally going to do your service for King and Queen" he says with slight dismay.
"I knew you'd say something like that, after all you were a Hussar back in your day, so why all the protest?" he says with a sudden flare of emotion.
"Because it's hard for a man from Corlean to fight when he doesn't truly know his loyalty" as he looks at his son, timidly.
"But I truly know that my loyalty lies with Olean, and I'm willing to do my service for King Phillip!" he says with pride looking up at the flag.
"Well, you are a grown man, and if Charles can go so can you, so if you think this will be good for us Leroux's, now go and gain us some honor" his father says putting his hand on Jean's shoulder.
"Thank you father" Jean says as he walks inside to get his stuff.
"To think I was just like him once, just pray he doesn't end up like me" he says looking out at the seas, and the shores of the peninsula, that same one that's swallowed so many lives, and hides many secrets.