A great Egyptian pharaoh summons his two young nephews, Chuma and Azur, and commissions them to a monumental task: Build two massive pyramids as a tribute to Egypt. Upon completion, the pharaoh promised them kingship and riches for their remaining days. The only condition is that they must construct it without the help of anyone else.
Chuma and Azur are both young, ambitious, and up for the challenge.
Azur gets to work immediately. He drags heavy stones into a square formation, and in a few months completes the foundation of the pyramid. Townspeople cheer him on and commend his hard work.
But Azur is confused. When he looks over to where Chuma’s pyramid is supposed to be, he only sees an empty lot.
He goes to visit Chuma, only to find him working on a twisted apparatus that resembles some kind of a human torture device.