Almost twenty years have passed since the mutant war, but mutants still have serious issues. For the mutants of Earth (outside of Bain) it is business as usual, exploitation and persecution by the humans and the struggle to be accepted. For the mutants of Bellasaria it is now disunity. Strong women have broken away from the empire and established powerful nations of their own. In the wild areas beyond the established queendoms control, all manner of tribes, both mutants (native and earthborn) and humans, have taken root. Their motives range from a desire to live or worship as they please, to imperial ambition. War, although fought under strict rules, is everywhere, even among the great nations. Although Bellasarian men fight for honor, glory or the agendas of their queens and clan mothers, women fight for more than land or fame. Their reason and primary objective in these raids and ritualistic battles are prisoners…male prisoners. Originally bred to be the perfect pleasure slaves, aggression and passion are in Bellasarian women’s DNA, but not completely the way their former masters intended. For their former masters, two out of three wasn’t bad…it was disastrous! Although later proven to be gentle and very affectionate with males of their own kind, the exact opposite was the case for the humans who they eventually savagely overthrew. Mutants now rule the humans and women rule the mutants, but DNA rules the women. Unlike human and even the original strain of mutants on Earth, Bellasarian females go through an extreme hormonal change beginning at puberty due to their original genetic breeding called “The Hunger” they MUST mate. Making matters worse, females still outnumber males’ 10-1 among mutants, so competition is fierce. Now the Earth humans have their greedy sights set on Bellasaria and Queen Bellasaris is faced with the task of bringing these various quarreling and warlike clans, nations and even relatives together…or lose all.