We will always pose as heroes in our own stories, believing to be the beacons of light, hope and justice. Unfortunately heroism depends on perspective. One person's hero is another's villain. Illness and foodshortages ravage the Soritan Kingdom, as it violently works to expand its borders into the tribal, resourceful Farlands. However, having a stubborn child in a ruling position isn't the most reassuring thing to have in a fragile truce. Everything is at stake as the two factions try to find ways to beat eachother into the ground, while upkeeping gentle smiles when facing the public eye. In the midst of it all, we follow a young Messenger, who is determined to change the political situation for the better, even when not having the most solid plan of doing so... Forget Me Not follows the themes of loss, acceptance and forgiveness, while mixing in the troubling effects war can have on participants and bystanders, as they are picked-off by those much more powerful than them.