In the year 1842 of the Tenpō era, government reforms have banned all entertainment luxuries, including fireworks. Despite this, Seikichi, a fireworks maker, has dreams of making fireworks unlike any other, even though he gets chased by government officials every time he sets one off. One night, he encounters a blue and white monster battling each other. The next day, a mysterious and beautiful girl arrives into Seikichi's life, demanding that he builds a firework rocket that will return her to her people on the moon.
Lila is a young girl who grows up helping her father Lalchand making fireworks. When she announces that she wants to be a firework-maker like Lalchand, he refuses, saying that it's no job for a girl. She then learns that in order to be a firework-maker, she must travel to Mount Merapi to get some Royal Sulphur from Razvani the Fire-Fiend. Together with his friends Chulak and Hamlet (the talking elephant), Lila travels to Mount Merapi, battling pirates, supernatural beings, wild animals, and eventually, her own worst fear.
Simeon is a firework maker who has a dark and dangerous past as a magician. When his enemy, Circastes, returns for revenge, Simeon's son, Casmir, gets caught in a spiral web of murder, magic and deceit where he must fight for his survival, as well as confront the harsh truth about his father and what he has done.
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