It is 1529 in Cuzco Valley, a stretch of luscious, fertile land in the midst of the Andes of modern-day Peru, and the great Inca Empire was at the peak of its entire existence. However, this immense strength was being tested as the Inca people were posed with problems: outbreaks due to diseases brought to the continent by Christopher Columbus and his crew a few decades prior, and the death of the Sapa Inca—the ruler of the Inca—Huayna Cápac in 1527. A civil war incites between brothers Huáscar and Atahualpa, the sons of the late Sapa Inca, fighting for control of the Realm of the Four Parts. Despite these challenges already present in their lives, the people of the Inca Empire meet their greatest threat arriving from overseas: the Spanish conquistadors. This council of royals, military generals, and valued members of the Inca society will be tasked with combating disease, surviving war, and protecting the land, culture and legacy of the great civilization from colonization.