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After a luxury space cruise goes wrong, the Heroes Act end up getting stranded on a world on par with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. After seeing in shock and wonder races thought to be lost or extinct, they realize where they are: the legendary yet mythical Teadr 1 world of Higherworld, which is where Non-Teadr 1 races that were thought to be extinct reside under the governance of the Teadr 1.5 Arctirians, a race hailing from Planet Arctiria. The initional first impressions quickly went south due to the group being quickly reckindised that they are outsiders and guards were quick to go after the HA, which the lot eventually evaded thanks to the convinence of the guards not being the sharpest swords of the armory, being that this is litterally the first time Higherworld has legit visitors. After making friends, including a Mew-tailed humanoid Pephan vagabond omni-criminal of many levels of experience yet is hard to trust named Whayney, his squirrel-like Seopten crush Seacha, a gambling cat/fox-like Cruftan named Dyce, a Gremlin-like magic Jeen named Madam Ruze, a giant bulky frog-like Ilesion named Clobber, a Chredder named Heady, and two innocent carefree outcast Arctirian siblings named Budda and Bubba who are troublemakers that are secretly the heirs of the title as leaders of Higherworld, and are actually surrogate kids of the original makers of Higherworld, the Teadr 1 race known as the Balactans, who are currently artificial intelligence pods that supervise Higherworld as they went extinct due to having little place in the Teadr 1 Ages, and never got such until they preserved their consciousness into nodes that are now the pods today. They have since guided the Arctirians into publicly watching over the world and the races spared from a cruel fate. While the Heroes Act try to convince the Balactans that they could use protection despite the fact that the world is hidden for a reason, it turns out they couldn't have arrived at a better time because it's in danger. Budda and Bubba are orphans because of one thing: Count Gruemberger, who is a wartorned Gneollan that runs a guild of vengeful individuals from every race who seek to use the Balactan technology to avenge the death of their worlds, and/or repopulate. The Count himself is taking the orders of an imprisoned petrifived Ehaexon named Scordin, who has promised that ability for revenge AND the chance to restore their spieces. Scordin malmitulated the count to be in his position of power that he is the current ruling count of Higherworld, hence why the guards were quick to go after any outsiders, indicating that it's more then Higherworld not having a clue on how to handle visitors. Gruemberger has been told by Scordin that he needs the Balactans to stay in Higherworld so he can gather the tec to power a portal to free Scordin. However, dispite te group's best efferts, The Count freed Scordin's spirit from the boundery cluster as it returned to his body now de-petrifived. However, when the count promised that it is only until his followers are given the due justice they deserve and have their worlds back, Scordin, in typical demon fastion, proved to be a serious malmitulive dick and told him that he doesn't actselly have such powers and only said he did so the count would be stupid enough to free him, Scordin reveiling that he was a particular strain of Ehaexon that the Balactans made a mistake in trying to bio-engineer to see if they can pasify demons, but Scordin proved that throey wrong in being a very unrulely prototype, resulting in his predicterment to begin with. And now that he's free, he doesn't need the reckless count anymore, and "awards" the count's generosity with he and his group being trapped in a burning vine cage! Now Scordin is free to cause trouble! Now the HA need the Lougers to put Scordin in his place for good.

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