Patron of unicorns
June 21, 2018
David, a young man in his twenties, is joyous and open to everything, a shining example to all who surround him. He dreams of seeing true equality come to light in the world, seeking his purpose through travel and discovery. He works as a visiting professor at the university, lecturing on ancient civilizations.
His childhood friend, named Omar, entices David to travel around the world, accompanied by his friends, to set off on adventures to discover ancient civilizations and uncover forgotten treasures. One day, they receive a letter about the discovery of an ancient site in Turkey, and so they decide to go there. When they arrive to the mountainous region where the discovery was made, David falls into a hole, and there discovers a treasure box filled with jewels and precious things, among them a beautiful horn. David decides to keep the horn, and when he and Omar travel back to their home country, they examine the treasure they found, and realize that it is at least 30,000 years older than all of human history.
News of the discovery spreads, until it reaches the ears of the Valley Gang, a band of criminals made up of maligans—a non-human race who possess supernatural powers—along with some humans who have advanced weapons. The gang decides to search for David and Omar in order to seize their treasure.
One day, at home, David accidentally places the horn on his forehead, and is suddenly transformed into a humanoid unicorn wearing powerful armor. At first, he is shocked by this, but he begins to slowly discover his amazing new powers, and sets off on a journey across the city to test and understand them. He finds out that when he removes the horn from his forehead he returns to his natural state. He goes then to see his friend Omar, who advises him to show the horn to the history professor at the university and get his opinion on it. Together, they go see the professor, who takes them, along with his beautiful assistant Jenny, to his lab at the university. There, they discover a book of ancient legends that mentions the myth of the horn, and they find out that it dates back to the Age of Unicorns, and once belonged to a legendary king of that time, the Patron of Unicorns. The legend also includes a prophecy: that one day, the Patron of Unicorns will rise once more to protect the earth anew.
Meanwhile, the Valley Gang goes to Turkey, hoping to get their hands on the Patron’s horn. When they fail to find it there, they decide instead to go looking for the ones who discovered it, having learned that they took it with them.
Once David masters his transformation into the Patron, he begins helping people and fighting crime in the city, and everyone begins whispering about the mighty Patron of Unicorns.
The Valley Gang then arrives in the city, and begins searching the houses of all David’s friends, killing them off one by one when they are unable to find the horn. The professor examines the photos of the many victims across the city, and discovers that the gang in fact belongs to the same era that the Patron came from: the Age of Unicorns. Quickly, he contacts David to let him know, warning him that there is serious danger afoot.
Wishing to lure David out into battle, the gang begin a campaign of chaos to wreak havoc throughout the city, in order to force David to come out of hiding and hand the horn over to them.
David is hesitant about facing them down at first, but soon decides that he is powerful enough to do so and to protect the people from the gang’s reign of terror. With Jenny’s help, he begins studying them carefully, learning all he can about them and their weaknesses, and over the course of their research together, Jenny and David fall deeply in love. The gang then kidnaps Omar, threatening to kill him unless David hands over the horn. Instead, David goes to save his friend, managing to free him from the gang’s clutches, but sustains a severe wound from a quartz weapon. Along with Jenny and Omar, David discovers yet another one of the Patron’s immense superpowers.
But the gang soon learns of the professor and his assistant Jenny, and they murder the professor and manage to abduct Jenny along with some of the children in her care. They force her to call David and tell him that he has to give himself up in order to save her life. David runs to her as fast as he can, and as he tries to negotiate with the gang, they kill one of the children. David is enraged, and he puts the horn on his head and turns into the Patron, in order to avenge the child’s life. A mighty battle ensues, and David kills every last member of the gang, with the exception of their leader, who manages to run away, vowing revenge. After peace returns to the city, David understands that he has finally found his life’s purpose: to unite all people together and to protect the earth. He asks Jenny to marry him and she says yes, and together they decide to make their lives in the city.