Tales Of The Legendary Scholar
- Chapter 1 - The Challenge
- Chapter 2 - Official Candidate
- Chapter 3 - Mourning
- Chapter 4 - Like Brothers
- Chapter 5 - Observant Freidrech
- Chapter 6 - The Battle Begins
- Chapter 7 - No Ink, Not Simple
- Chapter 8 - What Could Be Harder
- Chapter 9 - Saved For Last
- Chapter 10 - The Two Drechs
- Chapter 11 - The King's Scheme
- Chapter 12 - Side Story: Anthology of the Griffin Nation
- Chapter 13 - The Birth
- Chapter 14 - Sir Louvel and Lady Aenor
- Chapter 15 - Temporary 2 Mystical Bow Amberdrift
- Chapter 16 - Temporary 3 Useless
- Chapter 17 - Temporary 4 First Test
- Chapter 18 - Temporaty 5 Friends
- Chapter 19 - Temporary 6 Auspicious Phenomenon
- Chapter 20 - Temporary 7 Deimer's Difficulty
- Chapter 21 - Temporary 8 Warning
- Chapter 22 - Temporary 9 Fred's Experiments
- Chapter 23 - Temporary 9 Storm Brewing
- Chapter 24 - Moving On
Tales Of The Legendary Scholar,
They meet in the most unlikely moment and turned their life around.
Freidrech newly arrived in his own nation's capital city, which is so foreign to him compared to his village's idyllic and nondiscriminatory atmosphere, after he is forced to come. Now, he is facing a royal prince and tells him to bow.
This draws out one of his late father's teachings from the deepest recesses in his mind. "The blood of your great ancestors runs in your veins. Don't easily bow down to anyone, or accept suppression by any being, not even from a monarch, unless you pledge your allegiance to him. Also, giving in to oppression is directly telling the oppressor that you're easy prey and open for manipulation."
He is uncertain on how to face this oppression right now. Will he bows or not? What will he do to uphold his father's words while keeping his life safe?
As for the prince, Theodrech has nothing to do with Freidrech, so he wishes to let this slip, but the boy opens his mouth and proposes the most ludicrous challenge he ever heard and triggers his curiosity.
"I, Freidrech Goederf Gerboud, son of the late Village Chief of Wrilon, will challenge you, Your Highness, to a battle of riddles… If you win, I will not only bow but be your servant for the rest of my life."
This amuses the prince. It is the first he met a boy of the same age who is not intimidated by the air of authority he projects. Rather, this boy challenges him.
"Why are you so headstrong? In fact, bowing to me is an honor. You saw the King's noble Knights. When they saw me, they bowed," says Theodrech, testing Freidrech.
"Allow me to be forward, Your Highness. For me, bowing to a monarch does not guarantee loyalty. If I were you, I rather have men who stand straight in my presence but who got my back, than bowing men who are dreaming of my death," replies Freidrech.
The prince’s curiosity increases. A huge smile is seen on his face. Prince Theodrech decides to take Freidrech under his wing.
Little did they know, this boy who Prince Theodrech takes in as his confidant and friend in the most ridiculous fashion is someone indispensable in his life and the one who can help him succeed the throne when he almost believes he has lost. Thus, the Tales of the Legendary Scholar begins.