Cassius “Little Wolf” Clifford is on the trail of a notorious criminal organization known as the Wild Hunt, intent on stopping whatever villainous plans they have in mind. Little does the hunter know that he is, in fact, the hunted.
High above the rooftops of Greater Cascadia, a Little Wolf reminisces about the life he’s led to this point.
In the city of Greater Cascadia, a grizzled veteran reminisces about his origins before the hunt begins.
Corey plays with his neighbor but ends up taking things a bit too far.
Corey learns of a more sinister facet of his powers, and finds out that he’s less of a goodie-two-shoes than he realizes.
The Artemisian Commonwealth is home to people of every stripe and creed, from the most mundane of everyday-men to the most spectacular of heroes.
But this story isn’t about heroes. In the Quayside Quarter of Seaside City, there’s a little street tucked away from the view of the major thoroughfares, where one could go to slake every perverted little appetite.
It’s Brian Hummer’s first time in Bacchus Boulevard, and he can’t take his eyes off the pretty slaves displayed in front of the shops. He’s sure that he wants one of them, but a particularly savvy businessman who has been watching him thinks he’d be better off being one.
Training starts for Corey as Marcus prepares him for the role he has to play in things to come.
Corey gets bored in Marcus’ bedroom and looks for Castor just as Marcus suggested.
It’s the day after Marcus’ party and Corey wakes up to a wonderful surprise from Master.
But there are games and plots afoot, things greater than Corey could have ever imagined. And Imperious is at the heart of it all.
Joseph “Joey” Stutton has come into his powers as an Heir of the Dragon Force and has been something of an eager new member of the Hall of Heroes. But when he encounters another Heir during a bank heist, things take a turn for the worse, and Joey finds out that he is way out of his depth.