(The third and final instalment to my dragon revival series, Eye Of The Inferno.)
Following over a year after the events of Eye Of The Inferno: Rising Incineration, the world's population is now fully aware of the existence of dragons, the top-secret dragon-hunting organisation Wildfire had been persecuted and shut down to due their unsavoury ulterior motives, intensive collateral damage and human endangerment, the world's governments are trying to protect and sanction off humanity from any potential encounters with the creatures, and two-time survivors Jason Greer and Isabella Cadmus have gone into hiding attempting to leave no trail behind as they're starting a new family through protecting the young girl Alycia they picked while they were with Wildfire. But everything will inevitably turn for the worst as a classified project is underway to create a biochemical weapon that could extinguish the dragons for good, codenamed: “Caeruleum”, and when a newly-formed terrorist group dedicated to the preservation of the dragons calling themselves “The Crimson Wings” have stolen the weapon's formula by force, they manage to alter and retrofit it into a contagious virus intended to wipe out the entire human race so that the dragons could reign supreme over the planet once again without anyone trying to prevent it. as well as killing humans, the virus is affecting the dragons also, but by genetically evolving them at a rapid rate making them now more dangerous than ever. With human population quickly and fatally decreasing and the constant threat of the dragons increasing, Greer and Isabella are forced to come out of hiding for one last time by a personal tragedy, as they now lead an extremely perilous mission to track down and stop the Crimson Wings and find a cure for the virus, a mission that will lead them back to where their journey all began and will ultimately decide who will maintain their control over our world, man… or dragon..?
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi creature violence, mayhem and peril, and for disturbing images, and brief strong language.
Jason Greer - An arrogant disgraced former US marine turned private military contractor.
Isabella Cadmus - A young and ambitious yet cocky and somewhat naive government geologist and humanitarian.
Alycia - A young quiet yet bright orphaned thief who Greer and Isabella have essentially become adoptive parents to her.
Ruben Gallagher - Main human antagonist, a mentally unhinged sociopathic former EPA agent and religious fanatic turned the leader of a terrorist group dedicated to the dragons' preservation called the Crimson Wings.
Nicholas Limen - A celebrated yet slightly neurotic biochemist who is the head scientist behind the Caeruleum project, he also happens to be Greer's estranged half-brother.
Howard Thorne - Gallagher's sleazy and abrasive second-in-command and a former member of Wildfire who supplies the Crimson Wings with all of Wildfire's old resources.
Charlie Sullivan - A slightly maniacal yet determined and ballsy helicopter pilot who was an old friend of Isabella's late mentor/father figure Grant Anderson.
Corrine Knightly - The Caeruleum project's NSA liaison with trust issues and a strict superficial black-and-white perspective and the world around her.
Justin Wright - A lone battle-scarred former US Navy Seal turned bloodthirsty dragon-slaying mercenary who has made it a personal mission in life to rid the world of the fire-breathing beasts following the devastating loss of his only daughter, he's also hunting the Crimson Wings for his own gain and forms an unstable alliance with Greer and Isabella.
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