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In the world of Kartha, the Achaean peninsula is the only place where the gods still hold sway. The Olympians, unhappy with their diminished position, hatch a plan to spread their influence. Caught in the middle is a young Spartan princess named Helen who becomes an excuse to begin a full scale war. What the Olympians don’t know is that a group of extraordinary immortals including Heracles and Pythia, the Oracle of Delphi, is gathering to oppose them. Led by Kyra, the Immortal Warrior, the group heads toward Troy to try to stop the war. Along the way, they encounter dangers at every turn as well as legends both friend and foe. It is only when they finally arrive at Troy that they discover restoring peace may take much more than they imagined. It may even mean having to defeat the wayward gods themselves.
Kyra returns to her hometown in Albion three hundred years after being turned into an immortal to find it burned to the ground by the Black Knight. So Kyra sets off to find out more about this powerful thief lord who rose to power amidst the breakdown of central authority following the death of the last king. She meets and joins up with a band of adventurers including a noble Arthur, who turns out to be the rightful heir of the dead king. After convincing Arthur he is the true king, Merlin the mage accompanies them to see the Lords of the Land who meet to decide the fate of the country. Meanwhile, the Black Knight uses this opportunity to attack. All of the companions must use their skills to defend the land but the Black Knight may not be who he appears to be.