Chapter 1: The Kidnapping
In the early hours of a cold morning in 1977, in the remote region of Tuva, Russia, a newborn male royal heir was kidnapped from his family’s palace by a secret society known as The Covenant. The mastermind behind the operation was a man named Mr. Dewity, who had been planning the abduction for months with the help of the KGB. With the use of advanced technology, Mr. Dewity and his team managed to evade the palace’s security and whisk the baby away without leaving any trace behind.
The royal family was devastated by the loss of their newborn, and the news sent shockwaves throughout the country. The search for the missing baby began immediately, but with no leads or evidence, it quickly became a futile effort. The world watched in horror as the days turned into weeks, and the weeks into months, with no sign of the kidnapped heir.
Meanwhile, Mr. Dewity and The Covenant went into hiding, taking the baby with them to a secret location known only to them. They knew that the stolen child was of immense value, and they would not rest until they had complete control over him. They raised him in secret, away from the eyes of the world, with the intention of shaping him into a powerful tool to further their own agenda.
As the years went by, Mr. Dewity and his team groomed the young heir, teaching him everything from combat and espionage to the art of deception and manipulation. They molded him into a weapon, a tool that they could use to gain power and control over the world. But the young heir had no idea about his true identity, and he grew up believing that he was just an ordinary boy.
The kidnapping of the royal heir sent shockwaves throughout the world, and the hunt for the missing baby continued for years. But as time passed, the search became increasingly futile, and the royal family lost hope of ever finding their precious child. Little did they know that the kidnapped heir was alive and well, living in secret, waiting for the day when he would discover his true identity and take his rightful place as the ruler of his kingdom.
Chapter 2: The Kidnapped Royal Heir, Renamed Korey
After being kidnapped from Tuva, Russia, the newborn male royal heir was delivered to the Covenant Security by Mr. Dewity, the leader of the secret society. With the assistance of the KGB, Mr. Dewity had successfully snatched the baby from his family and vanished without a trace. The child’s fate was unknown until he was delivered to a mormon host family at Disneyland in California.
The host family was entrusted with the care of the baby and was instructed to keep him hidden from the world until he turned 18 years old. They were to rename him Korey and raise him as their own in their house in Phoenix, Arizona. The Covenant Security made sure the family had everything they needed to keep the child hidden and to prevent anyone from discovering his true identity.
However, the host family treated Korey poorly, making him do all the house chores and favoring their own children over him. Despite this, Korey found solace in his art. He spent hours drawing and dreaming of a life where he could create cartoons for a living. His talent was undeniable, but he kept it hidden from the world, afraid that his foster family would take it away from him.
As Korey grew older, he became more and more aware of the mistreatment he was enduring. He longed to escape his mundane life and discover the truth about his past. However, the Covenant Security had made sure that he was kept in the dark about his true identity, and Korey remained unaware of his royal heritage.
Korey’s childhood was a difficult one, but his love for art gave him a sense of purpose and hope for the future. Despite being mistreated and isolated from the world, he never gave up on his dreams. Little did he know that his talent would one day lead him to uncover the truth about his past and change the course of his life forever.
After enduring 18 years of mistreatment from his mormon host family, Quinn decided to leave their house and start a new life. At the age of 18, he moved to Los Angeles, CA and began a journey of self-discovery. One of the first things he did was to change his name from Korey to Quinn, as a way of symbolically shedding his past.
Quinn found work as a graphic designer and computer programmer, and spent his free time teaching himself to program and build web pages. He was fascinated by the possibilities that technology offered, and he saw it as a way to create something new and meaningful in his life. Quinn also continued to draw and paint in his spare time, never losing sight of his dream to be a successful artist.
In 2001, Quinn decided to take a leap of faith and move to Portland, OR to pursue his passion for painting. He spent eight months there learning how to oil paint, studying the works of the masters, and developing his own style. He also continued to program and build websites, working hard to establish himself as a versatile and talented artist.
During his time in Portland, Quinn began to feel a sense of belonging that he had never experienced before. He made new friends and connections, and he felt inspired by the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. He also began to reflect on his past and the circumstances that had brought him to this point in his life.
As Quinn continued to grow as an artist and a programmer, he began to realize that he had a unique perspective on the world. He had experienced both the cruelty of human beings and the potential for creativity and beauty that technology offered. This realization gave him a sense of purpose and direction that he had never felt before, and he knew that he was destined for something greater.
Chapter 3: New Beginnings
Quinn couldn’t wait to leave the host family house at age 18. He was tired of being mistreated and wanted to start a new life. After saving enough money, he moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he started fresh and changed his name to Quinn.
Quinn had always been interested in graphic design and computers, so he decided to pursue those interests. He taught himself to program and build web pages, and quickly found work as a graphic designer and computer programmer in the late 1990s. Quinn’s natural talent and hard work allowed him to climb the ranks quickly, and he was soon making a name for himself in the industry.
Despite his success, Quinn never forgot his love for art. In 2001, he made the bold decision to move from Los Angeles, CA to Portland, OR to learn to oil paint. He spent 8 months in Portland, OR, immersing himself in the world of art while continuing to program and build web pages.
Quinn discovered that painting was a way for him to express himself and escape from the stress of his work in the tech industry. He enjoyed the process of creating something beautiful with his hands and found it to be a meditative experience.
Quinn’s time in Portland, OR changed him in many ways. He became more confident in his abilities as an artist and programmer, and felt that he had truly found his calling. Quinn knew that he wanted to continue pursuing both of his passions, and was determined to find a way to merge them together.
As Quinn returned to Los Angeles, CA, he felt a renewed sense of purpose and excitement for the future. He knew that he had the skills and drive to make a difference in both the art and tech industries, and was ready to take on whatever challenges came his way.
Chapter 3: A New Beginning
Quinn left the host family’s house on his 18th birthday, eager to start a new life. He had always felt like an outsider in the family, and he knew that he needed to leave if he was ever going to find happiness. He packed his bags and headed to Los Angeles, where he hoped to find a job and start a new life.
Once he arrived in Los Angeles, Quinn knew that he needed to find a way to support himself. He had always been interested in graphic design and computer programming, so he decided to teach himself how to build web pages. He spent countless hours in front of his computer, reading books and watching tutorials, until he was confident enough to start looking for work.
Quinn eventually landed a job at a small design firm, where he quickly proved himself to be a valuable asset. He worked tirelessly, pouring his heart and soul into every project, and before long he had gained a reputation as one of the best designers in the business.
As the late 1990s turned into the 2000s, Quinn felt like he was finally starting to make a name for himself. But he knew that he still had a lot to learn, and so he decided to take a chance and move to Portland, OR to learn how to oil paint.
For eight months, Quinn immersed himself in the world of art, spending his days painting and learning from some of the best artists in the country. He discovered a new passion for oil painting, and he knew that he had found his true calling.
Quinn’s time in Portland was transformative. He had come so far from his days as Korey, the mistreated child of a host family in Phoenix, AZ. He had learned to create beautiful things, and he had found a sense of purpose that he had never known before.
But as much as Quinn loved Portland, he knew that he couldn’t stay there forever. He had a new life to build, and he was eager to get back to Los Angeles and see where his newfound skills would take him.