Governor Seus Demeter leads the city-state of Indipol, guided by visions of the ancient civilization of the United States. Led by visions from his god Saul, Seus strives to recreate the ancient civilization through war. After conquering a neighboring tribe of warriors, the Sisters of Ohia, Seus must contend with unrest brewing between the Sisters and his citizens. To bring peace between the peoples, Seus intends to marry the warrior Polyta.
In the tense weeks before the marriage celebration a riot breaks out during an Ohian ritual, resulting in the death of the last witch of Ohia. With her loss, the Sisters fear that their ways will be lost, and despair for their future. Oberon and Titania, Master and Mistress of the Fair Folk, have returned to the earthly plane to witness the marriage and resolve their own relationship woes. Oberon sends his servant Puck to manipulate the human actors, confound the wedding plans, and antagonize Indipol for attacking his beloved Ohians. Titania wishes for the marriage of the two peoples, and reunion between herself and Oberon, but is distracted by her love of a human infant, tended by her servant Dandelion. Governor Seus only suspects that his daughter Michelle, and her betrothed Commander Sanderly, have each fallen in love with Sisters Helen and Hermia. On the eve of their wedding, Sanderly suspects the Sisters' desire to escape the city, and acquires a spell that will confound their plans. He and Michelle escape the wedding party and take to the forest to pursue their beloved Sisters, shortly before Indipol erupts into chaos. This reimagining of A Midsummer Night's Dream is a story of magic, religion, ambition, regret, lust, hatred, the costs of war, the despair of loss, and the hope of creating something new.