Long ago King Harrison spoke to the most wise and powerful Sorcerer of the land. During his visit, the Sorcerer gave the King a map to an island far away. On this island was a small, but deep pool. This pool was known by very few, to be the fountain of youth and immortality, but only if one was submersed in its crystal clear water before their first birthday. In an effort to put an end to a centuries old war, King Harrison and King Bergund agreed that their eldest children would be married and peacefully rule the old battlefields that are their two kingdoms, but King Harrison had more in store than the arranged marriage for his first daughter. If she were immortal, she could forever rule both kingdoms without a king at her side, so a month before her first birthday, King Harrison ordered his most loyal seaman to captain a voyage to the island and dip Princess Harmony into the pool. The captain returned without the Kings daughter, and told him that she had slipped into the pool and drowned on the island. The kingdom mourned the loss of their young princess, but nobody knew that she was still alive, and living far away, safe, with the sailor’s elder sister, who was never able to have a child of her own, but loved baby Harmony with all her heart.