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|Act||Act 3, Chapter 4|
|Preceded by||The Great Escape|
|Followed by||The Skyward Path|
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Over the course of Iksanun's travels, the Realmwalker experienced many visions, images of what must someday be. Some of these visions were clear, while others lay shrouded in metaphor.
In recent years, however, there were two visions that stood out above all others. The first was much clearer. Iksanun foresaw that a student of Hong Sokyun would appear, branded with the Mark of the Black Rose. If Iksanun was interpreting his visions correctly, only this individual was capable of stemming the tide of darkness Jinsoyun hoped to unleash upon the world. The trouble was that-as far as Iksanun knew-both the school of Hongmoon and its master were no more.
The second vision was that of a lone red flower standing defiantly against the great blue sky. Iksanun was certain that this flower was in some way vital to the success of the one who would challenge Jinsoyun; however, the meaning of the flower itself remained a mystery. That was, at least, until he quite literally stumbled upon it.
One day while Iksanun wandered in the Lycandi Foothills, he encountered a beautiful woman garbed in red. She lay bleeding and half-hidden in the brush, having crawled away from the site of some battle. Recognizing her at once, the Realmwalker did the only thing he could think of. He brought her to the safety of his home in the secluded village of Greenhollow.