The 31st of October 475. A young Emperor is crowned in Rome. His name is Romulus Augustus, known to some in his early reign as Romulus Augustulus. His father, Orestes, held true power during the early days of his reign, and when a coalition of barbarians demanded a third of all of Italy, he refused. This would ultimately lead to his father's capture and execution by the barbarians and the near total collapse of the Western Roman Empire. However, the young boy, only 12, would prove himself to not only be worthy of bearing the names of both the mythical founder of Rome and its first Emperor, but also as the true savior of Rome, ascending to glory beyond any of his predecessors.