Human God of Light
In the ancient realm of Yukue, there were twin brothers born to the Emperor, heirs to the throne. Kawabata Keiji, the younger twin, was imbued with divine blood as a descendant of the sun god. However, he was denied his birthright and the throne due to his birth order, and his older brother Kawabata Nori ascended to power as Emperor.
Feeling betrayed and overlooked, Keiji left Yukue, taking with him powerful artifacts stolen from his own kingdom. He sought to gather allies and build an army with the aim of reclaiming his rightful place as Emperor. In his pursuit of power, he became known as a demi-god, using his divine bloodline to gain followers and amass strength. He changed his name to Aquilor to destroy the roots to his previous home.
Aquilor launched a campaign against the kingdom, Lordarus, seeking to overthrow King Malanthosus and seize control. He manipulated events and spun a tale of rebellion, painting himself as a savior figure to gain support. His ambition and thirst for power led him to plot, inciting conflict and chaos.
Aquilor established his son as the new ruler, and the kings of Lordarus were descended from him. This, however, was not enough to feed his ambition. After conquering the Kingdom, he set his eyes on a new goal - usurping the Goddess of the Sun and replacing her completely.
He learned of a hidden cave where Amaeus, the Goddess of the Sun, had withdrawn her powers. Seeing an opportunity, Aquilor seized the chance and managed to infiltrate the cave.
Through cunning and manipulation, Aquilor convinced Amaeus to bestow her powers upon him. Amaeus, weakened and swayed by Aquilor's deceit, granted him a portion of her divine powers, making him the Sun God and enabling him to further his ambitions.
With his newfound powers as the Sun God, Aquilor's might grew exponentially. He radiated with divine energy, commanding the elements and bending them to his will. He could summon scorching flames, create blinding light, and control the very rays of the sun. His influence spread far and wide, as people from all corners of the realm bowed to his power and acknowledged him as the supreme deity.
Aquilor's rise to godhood was met with fear and awe. He demanded unwavering loyalty from his followers and ruthlessly crushed any dissent. He established a tyrannical rule, where his word was law and disobedience was met with swift and merciless punishment. His thirst for power was insatiable, and he sought to extend his dominion over all realms, both mortal and divine.
With Amaeus weakened and diminished, Aquilor's power continued to grow unchecked. He marshaled his forces, both mortal and celestial, and launched a conquest of the heavens, seeking to assert his dominance over the entire pantheon of gods and goddesses. His divine bloodline and stolen artifacts, combined with the powers granted by Amaeus, made him an unstoppable force.
The other gods and goddesses, taken by surprise by Aquilor's audacity and power, were no match for the Sun God's might. One by one, they fell before him, either submitting to his rule or facing obliteration.
As the Sun God, Aquilor's influence extended beyond mortal realms and into the very fabric of the universe. He controlled the cycles of day and night, and his radiance blazed across the cosmos. He was revered and feared by all, and his name struck terror into the hearts of those who dared to oppose him.
Aquilor's ascension to godhood was complete. He had become the supreme ruler of the heavens and the earth, wielding power beyond measure. His ambitions had been realized, and he now reigned unchallenged as the Sun God, a deity of unparalleled might and authority.
However, even as Aquilor basked in his newfound godhood, a seed of darkness had taken root within him. His insatiable thirst for power and conquest had consumed his soul, and he had become a tyrant, ruling with an iron fist and sowing chaos and fear across the realms.
The once noble prince who sought to reclaim his birthright had been corrupted by the overwhelming power he now possessed, and his reign as the Sun God was one of tyranny and oppression.