Sultan Alparslan, who is on his way to Egypt, hears that Kaiser Diogenes is moving towards Ahlat with an unprecedented army. Serdar Alp, whom Diogenes and Iraz buried alive, brought the news. Serdar Alp also tells how he got out of there. Sultan Alparslan makes his choice and turns his direction from Egypt to Anatolia. The enemy army is many times more than the Seljuk army, and Alparslan must make a completely different plan in order for this not to be noticed. In a battle with the armies of the Roman army scattered in different directions, General Brachamios is captured by the Seljuks. And Alparslan starts the false intelligence chain he wants Diogenes to go to. Diogenes will not be able to realize the apocalypse that awaits him while making sure of the accuracy of the news. The order established by Alparslan works perfectly and finally the two armies meet in Malazgirt. Sultan Alparslan and thousands of soldiers, each of whom is a lion, bury Manzikert in Rome. This victory of Sultan Alparslan becomes a turning point for the Turks: Anatolia is now the homeland of the Turk from the ground to the sky.