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It is the late Victorian era, a time of drastic social upheaval and shifting values. Yet everything seemingly remains routine and unchanged in 'Ashgrove Park,' a stately mansion surrounded by a vast forest. But then a man arrives to disturb its tranquility—a man who spent his boyhood at the estate has now returned after 10 years. The Baron Edenic—the master of the house—and his four sons, the doctor, and the servants greet him with wariness, joy, or unfamiliarity. A story of discord and destruction between and the people of the mansion and a man who hides his thirst for revenge beneath
They're all perfectly normal human beings. ￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣ The world you are about to enter is one in which the dead come back to life. It is a phenomena which has occurred since time immemorial. But these unlucky individuals do not return as the person they once were. They rise from the grave with depleted cognition, memory, and awareness. Their bodies, stripped of all regenerative abilities, slowly rot away. In Japan, those with this affliction are known as "hihiru." Though once revered as holy beings, over time they have come to be shunned and reviled by society