Over rolling sands and blazing sky’s, there is a Kingdom. A noble one that covers the whole desert. That Kingdom flourishes and disputed its hardships. And many flock there for help. The one who rules over it all is a King, a noble King that wants nothing more than to help his people. But, sadly his son was not the same. He was selfish and cruel. The King knew that he was unfit to rule. So the King with a heavy heart used a deep magic spell to temporally wipe his sons mind and sold him as a slave in another country. For the King did not allow slavery in his Kingdom. The boy sadly still had his pride and his cruelty and it was soon beaten down. His spirit was beaten down and slowly the good within him blossomed and he became kind and caring, though he was still a slave. Finally the King removed the spell and took his son home. The boy never forgot his lesson and when his father finally died, under his rule the Kingdom became richer than ever. But his favorite thing to do in the world was to go on a nearby mountain and look over his capital city and remember his times as the Desert Prince. An all his enemies fell beneath his feet while he ruled his kingdom for all time, even in death he lives on through his people. His people became enslaved and later was known as African-Americans AKA the sons and daughters of ancient Kemet. His people will remember him and they will rise again to reclaim and rule this world like they did in the old days while defeating their oppressors. They remember his spirit. He is the Pharaoh of Kemet!