Tempers flare between the Gods and Marid Djinns.Acts of revenge have blurred the boundaries between the realms. After Ragnarok, Sitoel returns to her gypsy tribe to sort out her feelings for Banter. When she arrives, she discovers her parents are outcast. The boy she scared while competing for the tribe’s sacred bloodstone is now their gypsy king. Sitoel is forced to return to her escapology acts to pay the heavy toll of bringing her parent’s back into the tribe. Gall loses Excalibur to the sea. His victories have gained the attention of the Greek gods, and Hel uses it to her advantage.
Hel convinces them to declare war against the Marid Djinns. The scheme stirs a challenge that forces the Marid Djinns to retrieve the Greek gods’ most sacred weapons. The task becomes nearly impossible while Banter and Sitoel face their trust issues. Akantha’s personal feelings provoke her to join the quest, but secrets from the past bring more doubts. The turmoil introduces a fourth Marid Djinn. His origin and purpose answers several questions for the Marid Djinns. It also formulates a connection between the weapons Iblis collected, and a new one called the Corpse Candle.