The Great Mage Returns After 4000 Years tells the story of Lucas Traumen
the greatest archmage in history
who was cursed by Demigod to spend eternity losing his mind.
However, after four millennia, Lucas is suddenly thrust back into the world
into the body of Frei Blake – the weakest and most untalented student at the prestigious Westroad Academy for mages. Despite the passage of time, Lucas discovers that the world of magic has barely progressed. He wonders if this could be the work of Demigod, and he is determined to find out.
Lucas begins to explore this new world, seeking to regain his former power and glory. He studies magic relentlessly, determined to reach the highest levels of power once again. As he progresses, he becomes increasingly drawn to the art of manga, finding inspiration in its creativity and imagination.
Although Lucas’s passion for manga is a departure from his former life as an archmage, he finds solace in its fantastical worlds and colorful characters. He realizes that the world of manga is not so different from the world of magic. Both are rooted in the power of imagination and the ability to create something out of nothing.
With this newfound inspiration, Lucas sets out to conquer the world of magic once again. He is determined to prove that he is still the greatest archmage in history, and to take revenge against Demigod. As he delves deeper into his studies and his passion for manga, he begins to see a connection between the two. He draws strength from the stories of manga, seeing in them a reflection of his own struggles and triumphs.
In the end, Lucas’s quest for power and revenge becomes intertwined with his love of manga. He sees in the art form a new path forward, one that incorporates his passion for creativity and his desire for greatness. The Great Mage Returns After 4000 Years is a tale of redemption and renewal, of discovering one’s true passions and rising to meet new challenges.