It’s summer in modern day Greece and everything seems normal, a group of mortal teens have finished school and are now bumming around the surrounding beaches, surfing, playing various sports and tanning. All of them are bored out of their skull; beaches can only go so far. The teens are eager to have an adventure before their summer vacation ends.
Volos, a large manufacturing city near the ocean, has been noticing small earthquakes but they take no notice of them; they’re quite common in the area. However, after one severe earthquake the group of friends notices a stream of light coming downwards from the sky. Something flashes in the middle of the light and something glows brightly, like a star. They leave to investigate the strange phenomenon by following the stream of light coming from the sky; their journey leads them to a nearby beach about an hour away from their city.
Lying in a deep crater in the sand they find a glowing girl wearing a white dress. The girl takes on the appearance of a young human teenager—blonde hair, deep green eyes-like the sea-and light tanned skin. She seems like the perfect girl. Once the girl regains consciousness and almost attacking them the teens find out that she’s Alcyone, the Ancient Greek Goddess of the Sea. Alcyone tells them that Thanatos, the God of Death, is after her, wishing to marry her. Her father Aeolus, the God of the Wind, personally set up the marriage for the powerful alliance. And like an obedient daughter she couldn’t complain. However, she tells them that she wishes to marry Ceyx, the son of the mortal King of Thessaly. The teens are confused at first but soon realize that it’s real.
Alcyone predicts that Thanatos might be coming to get her back by force. She guesses that theirs a battle in their future and she needs to get them prepared for it. In exchange for protection Alcyone teaches them the way of battle. But because of the gender differences and Ancient Greek Law the boys are taught the complex way of Hoplite soldiers, traditional Greek Warriors; while the girls are taught magic like the Ancient Greek Priestesses. They are also instructed in Ancient Greek History, including past battles and battle tactics. Alcyone believes the more they know about history they can better their chances of winning the battle. The training challenges them both physically and mentally.
After training each teen is given a set of magical armor and weapons for battle, they put the armor under their clothes and they keep the weapons hidden at their secret meeting place, which is at an abandoned steel warehouse. The warehouse also provides them with lots of training space and no prying eyes from their parents or the authorities.
Meanwhile, Thanatos builds and trains an army of demi-gods and those who are stuck in Hades, forever damned. Studying the spell Alcyone uses he finds out she uses it to go to the modern world. He’s all a-twitter about going to the modern world. He soon convinces the Hydra and the Minotaur to join his army. Before leaving he promises Aleous to bring his daughter back in time for the wedding. Hidden amongst his army is Ceyx, Alcyone’s love interest. Using the same spell Alcyone used he soon confronts the kids. They soon take on the disguises of humans so they wouldn’t be conspicuous and sets up base outside of Volos. Thanatos learns the culture of the city very quickly by sucking the energy from unsuspecting humans and making them join his army. He then uses the empty bodies as spies.
It’s the battle of the centuries and the tension is high. The fate of one Goddess’ life is in the hands of a group of teenagers. And so the battle between mortals and gods begins. Who will win? Thanatos and his evil army? Or, the small group of teens? Will they be able to protect Alcyone? Pick a side and join in on the adventure.