Three years ago, Keket's parents left her with Hicke Maier, a fast friend of Rahotep, Keket's father. While there, Keket met and befriended Iòna Barrach, a 13-years-old trap. A strong bond formed between the two, though Keket had no romantic or lustful emotions developed for Iona. She, though, began to form strong feelings for her friend. By the start of this game, just three days till her 16th birthday, her romantic feelings blossomed into sexual ones as well.
Iona promised to herself that on her birthday, she would confess to Keket. But, three days before, while exploring a new cave, they stumbled across the remains of what appeared to be mages cut down, no doubt, by the rusty blades found by several orcs. They died of immolation by magical fire. By the state of the bodies, they had died decades ago. The two intrepid explorers found one item they could salvage, a medium-sized wooden box with intricate carvings and a robust lock sealing it shut.
Looking the wooden box over, the two teenagers decided to break the lock using one of the many rocks on the cave's floor. Once done, the box held one glowing, sickly green stone within. Not being mages or understanding the basics of magical artifacts like this, Keket grabbed hold of it, releasing the stone's magic in an expanding globe of greenish light the same color as the stone had. After the fireworks had subsided, Keket held a grey rock like those within the cave.
Returning to town, Keket and Iona told of what they had found and its aftermath. Hicke and the two friends found the mayor, then a renowned mage. The mage looked the grey stone over, detecting cthunhonimic mana. She knew would be the case seeing the green globe as it expanded miles in diameter. In other words, people within the area affected would most likely be assaulted by depraved and highly lustful emotions.
Now, with the mage's help, Keket and Iona must find a way to exercise the town and surrounding land of the cthunhonimic mana.