The year is 1795. The Kingdom of Poland has been in a period of steady decline, and there looks to be no hope for recovery. The Prussian Army looms across the western border, whilst the Russian Bear growls from the east. At present, the nation is ruled by King Stanislas Poniatowski. However, the peoples' hope lies not in their Monarch, but in their parliament. An aggressive politician within the Sejm named Krzysztof Kwasniew has begun to vow painful vengeance against all nations that dare threaten the perseity of Poland.
Prussia and Russia, however, seem to have deaf ears to Kwasniew's fiery words.