Once upon a time, there was an age so grand it changed the course of the world. Sure, there were a myriad of advancements in literature, art, and learning, but it was something more. It was something in the people, in the very fabric of the times. So it was, centuries after the age had come and gone, people would dress in the attire of that age; they would dance their dances, play their music, partake in their games—and a whole new generation would be inspired anew . . .