A new school year begins, and Ray has just arrived at a magical academy.
His personal history has forced him to have responsibilities beyond what any other boy his age would have imagined. But despite that, his spirits couldn’t be better.
Immediately, he runs into a problem, in this school the social class of its students is very clear, and Ray, on the other hand, is an ordinary citizen.
He bumps into a student, who reacts rudely upon realizing that Ray isn’t a noble, and she’s not the only person to notice.
Despite the bad attitude and some insults, Ray doesn’t pay attention, and luckily Amelia, the heiress of one of the most important families, approaches him and welcomes him to the school.
Amelia informs him that he is the first “ordinary” student to enroll at school, however, that doesn’t seem to matter to Amelia, who tells him to come to her if she has any questions.
In his class, Ray’s classmates don’t understand why someone like him, who apparently doesn’t control his magical power, has been accepted into such an academy.
As his teacher talks about the different levels a magician can reach, she comments on seven people in particular, known as the greatest in history.
Mystery has always surrounded their existence, but some of them have integrated into society after fighting for years in a war, including their Principal.
Later, Ray visits the library and runs into his partner Elisa, who is very interested in certain magical theories. Which he knows firsthand, as his mentor is her favorite author.
Despite everything, Ray ends up finding a group of people whom he can consider friends, but in the meantime, he must adjust to live a more relaxed life, while he controls his own insecurity.