Back in the Ming dynasty (1740), Kaita was a strong young man who belonged to the Ede ethic group. His group all lived in the forest. Life of his ethnic was totally peaceful. Kaita was an orphan, who lived with his sister. Every day, he went deep into the forest to hunt animals while his sister sold stuffs in the local market. People in his ethnic group included 24 people, who treated each other kindly. They helped each other when needed. Because of his helping characteristic, Kaita was loved by all of his people.
Sadly, one day, a group of a far Northern land attacked this Ede peaceful land. They turned the peaceful land into a red area. They burnt all markets, houses, killed all Ede members including Kaita’s sister. Because Kaita was out for hunting, he did not witness this bloody invasion. When he arrived home, his sister had already died. Kaita sat next to his sister’s corpse, his tears burst out. The copse was still burning when he held her in his arms, which also burnt his left arm. Because the pain is more than endurable, half of Kaita’s hair also turned into white color.In his supreme anger, he ran into the fire deity, who was believed to be the protector of his ethnic group. He knelt down, prayed and begged the almighty deity to help. Touched by the pain of Kaita, the deity granted Kaita a fire sword and a “fire arm.” Since then, his left arm was always hot and painful, which only calmed down at moments he drank the enemy’s blood.