After the ravages of the Great Civil War in heaven, God replaces both the dead and Fallen to fill the vacancies their duties demand. These replacements are slightly modified to ensure revolution would not occur again. Viziel is the first reborn, suspected by many to be a close replica of Lucifer himself, and thus a horrific danger to all of heaven. His assigned duties are withheld from him until he bow before the very throne of God, an allowance granted only to the most honorable of God's servants or most vicious of traitors. Before God's throne he is named the Angel of Chaos. Unfortunately, because chaos naturally opposes God's providential order, God has no choice but to command Viziel's betrayal. If Viziel refuses the order he is treacherous, if he obeys, a traitor nonetheless. The commandment is a paradox, which cannot be defied. Due to his unavoidable transgression, Viziel is sentenced to execution so as not to feed Lucifer with new recruits. In his imprisonment, before a formal façade of a trial, a superior informs Viziel that his execution is meant as a symbolic victory to God as overcoming his chaotic forces. Viziel's execution does not end in death, but reincarnation, where he will again be reformed, assigned as Angel of Chaos, and executed for his natural defiance once more. This damned reincarnation is eternal. God imposes this perpetual punishment to reinforce his never ending control over chaos and secure the safety of his providential design as well as all the beings within it, especially His most prized - humanity. Viziel, as Angel of Chaos, however, has a unique power to invoke discord. As a result, his execution goes horribly wrong. Chaos is unleashed to fulfill his own agenda. This is the story of the beginning of his revenge.