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A world-class economics professor, after years of experience, He found that people were divided into exactly four. According to that; The biggest crowd is "fools", those who don't contribute anything to themselves or the world. The remaining small section is divided into three; victims, thugs, and wise men. Our story is not about idiots and victims. It describes the universal war between the bandits and the good. On the one hand, Oya, on the other hand, there is clearly a bandit, Merve and Pelin, who have always won. Desire's side is not clear. Desire's duty is; Making us watch the question "Is a person good because he can't afford to be bad, or is he only good and conscientious?" Do bandits really always win? Or do the good always win in the end?