The story of "Behlo if the soil could talk" is a African-inspired tale that follows Kappo, a gifted boy born with extraordinary abilities, including the power to see beyond the human eye. Raised by a warrior god (Kwame) and an Earth goddess (Yahya), Kappo becomes a powerful Asante warrior, wielding two axes that split apart and connect seamlessly to cut through any evil. One day, Kappo's sister (Dayo) is abducted by a giant spirit chimp seeking a debt owed by his father, and Kappo sets out on a journey to the spirit realm to rescue her with the help of a supernatural talking amulet named Gollo. Along the way, Kappo faces powerful deities, sorcerers, and mythological creatures, and he absorbs the powers of his enemies to reach godhood. Ultimately, Kappo travels to the underworld to ensure his sister's safe return to the land of the living. The story is steeped in West African mythology and legendary folktales, making for an emotionally charged and exciting journey.
The story begins with two brothers named Hiroki and Yasahiro training in their father's dojo. Later their father becomes very ill and has to pass down his legacy to one of his sons. Naturally since Yasahiro is the oldest he shall inherit his father's kingdom, but unfortunately their butler had other plans.