(The third and final solo King Tarko title, though he will appear in Power Crew: Ascension)
Taking place right where King Tarko And The Blood Of The Eternals had ended, the planet Firma has been destroyed yet Tarko has managed to safely evacuate a majority of his people and have reached an abandoned yet habitable planet where Tarko now struggles to rebuild his kingdom from the ground up with some help from Travis Ford a.k.a Sky Hawk and the Sky Warriors. Until an unexpected and complex secret about Tarko's family history arrives threatening to trigger a civil war between all that is left of Firma's surviving citizens. That secret is in the form of a mystery sorceress named Elysia, who is the leader of a radical group of sympathizers of the evil sorcerer Ryuko, who challenge Tarko's position and role of king and Elysia happens to be Ryuko's daughter as well as Tarko's half-sister.
We learn that in the distant past, Tarko's father Sartin along with Ryuko and the early generations of Sky Hawk and Cobalt Star were members of a secret intergalactic peacekeeping society called the Golden Knights, sanctioned by the Gods Of Infinitum. Ryuko and Tarko's mother Marina were close childhood friends who became lovers, But Ryuko went rogue following a change of motivation and the Golden Knights had been disbanded. When Marina learned what had become of Ryuko, she faked her death after giving to Elysia in order to escape Ryuko, then she found solace in Sartin and two fell in love, got married and she became the Queen of Firma and the two gave birth to Tarko, but when Ryuko found out what actually happened to Marina, he swore vengeance against her and Sartin for betraying him.)
(side-notes: This title takes full advantage of exploring the cosmic side of the Power Crew Universe, something I've been kind of failing to do. Also, this title fully introduces all of the Gods of Infinitum together.)
MPAA Rating: Rated R for sequences of sci-fi violence, bloody images, some sexual content, nudity and language.
Tarko - Main protagonist, a tough and badass mercenary and the King of the distant planet of Firma.
Elysia - Main antagonist, a mysterious sorceress who is the leader of a radical group of Ryuko sympathizers and happens to be Ryuko's daughter as well as Tarko's half-sister.
Travis Ford - An American billionaire who is immortal after he was saved by the Sky Warriors and he became their powerful leader/guardian known as the Sky Hawk.
Trisa - A beautiful and deadly assassin suffering from a traumatic past who serves as Tarko's captain of the guards as well as his love interest.
Nathan “Nate” Copperson - A troubled 25-year-old high functioning autistic inventor who is the sole heir of his deceased father's billion-dollar tech empire on Earth, and dons the persona of an ancient
and powerful interstellar guardian, known as the Cobalt Star.
Elk Lansid - Tarko's rival mercenary and an expert hacker and ace pilot.
Kit - A sky warrior who befriended Travis when he was a young boy who is now his trusted second in command.
Zeke - A street con artist/magician and a reluctant ally of Tarko's.
Mornos - The king of the Gods of Infinitum, the God of light.
Vy - The God of wisdom and battle strategy and Nate's mentor.
Ole - The Goddess of love and beauty.
Tema - The God of time.
Wyma - The Goddess of the seas and Ole's sister
Ased - The God of thunder
Fiuro - The Goddess of fire and Mornos' daughter
Kirctra - The “Trickster” god and the gods' messenger
Serferix - The Goddess of wealth.
Hannalae - The goddess of harvest and fertility.
Kyans - The god of the vine.
Starr Wolf - A powerful talking sword wielded by Tarko
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