I submerged myself among old books and found this character called Huascar. He is a character whose role history books never mention much. I came to look for a place and return it to its history. I embodied myself in it; I intermixed with his people; I learned their language; I learned their culture. Though Im part of their culture, I taught them the progress of my time in the future. I helped them to organize the tribe. I taught them to make weapons and to be benevolent, to take care of one another. He fell in love with a woman who mistook him as her old love for his enormous physical resemblance, a love that she called Huascar. Knowing the events of the future, Huascar assembled an army to deal with a group of tyrants commanded by a ruthless man named Francisco Pizarro. He had arrived from the other side of the world. Huascar had a brother who wuld be in danger, and Huascar decided to save him. Not only that, he wnted to save the land that saw him be born and thus avoid the scourge of poverty plaguing their land in the future. But there was no time to deal with them yet. Th ey had not yet arrived at its territory. So he decided to give knowledge to the tribe that housed it. It was also thanks to the help of his two old friends who shared adventures with him. Sorry, I meant them three as his mascot called Nio would also share with their adventures. The daily life with his tribe does make him love his people. He felt happy being with them, so much so that he had no intentions of returning to his life in the future. Luck was not on their side. The brother, who was trying to defend from the invaders, upon learning that he was back, changed plans and tried to ask for help from the invaders. The man called Huascar did not have much time and hurried to travel through lands dominated by his older brother, Atahualpa. Not only that, he also went through the lands overrun by invaders of many sites in Europe. Huascar didnt have much time, and he hurried to save his brother. He wanted to save the life of Atahualpa. He wanted to save the life of the last of the Inca.