In every folk story one can find both glorious and dark times. One of these dark times took place in the middle of the second era, also called Compagnia. It was the reign of terror of Hrak The Tormentor that began in the 3162nd cycle and ended in legend in the 3529th cycle. Hrak led the Naphas into countless senseless battles and began to oppress his people. As time went by and the suffering of the population constantly increased, there were more and more critics, of whom hardly anyone found the courage to rebel against Hrak. Vakron, a Krogar, was one of the few brave ones. He tried to convince the people in the capital, Crogall, that Hrak wanted to harm the people and that something had to change urgently.
It wasn't long before Hrak found out about the rebel and put him in captivity. Vakron spent several cycles in prison before he managed to escape. Hardly free, Vakron went to Crogall to challenge the tormentor to a duel. He waited until there were enough spectators on the scene so that Hrak had no choice but to fight unless he wanted to lose his reputation. Said and done. In a hard-fought duel, Vakron the rebel emerged victorious and put an end to the reign of terror in front of a raging crowd. Since then, a monument to Vakron The Chain Breaker has been standing west of Crogall. It was built as a symbol of the fight against oppression. His statue holds his legendary sword with which he defeated Hrak. It is said that the sword serves as a warning to future lords and can only be used to fight tyrants.