Persephone was sheltered from the evils of the world, from birth, by her mother Demeter, the Goddess of Harvest. Always in her mother’s shadow, she was faithful and obedient… Yet for once, she decided to pick a flower on her own…
Persephone stumbled upon an odd flower, colored in the darkest of reds. The flower then transformed into the King of the Underworld, Hades. The young goddess fell in love at first sight. She followed Hades to his kingdom, so that they could be together forever. Demeter, too late to stop them, was in despair.
Six months have passed and Persephone has been given the title of Queen of the Underworld. The young monarch rules the land by the side of her King with kindness. To help her with her function, Hades giver her a servant of her own, Yvonne.
A strange group of humans infiltrates the Underworld. They plan to liberate the souls imprisoned here. Persephone swiftly disposes of them, yet they then find out that Hades has mysteriously vanished. A bunny-eared messenger, Ethan, then comes from above bearing a message for Persephone: Demeter wants her daughter’s return, and will be coming to rescue her.
Persephone rushes back to the palace, only to come face to face with her mother, Demeter, who sets a devious trap. The palace is under siege by Demeter’s army, the Eleusinian Mysteries. And Demeter uses five powerful artefacts, the Order Flowers, to rob Persephone of her title.
Persephone, who now bears no title, is in a weakened state. Her servant Yvonne helps her escape. The Underworld, now under the control of Demeter, starts its fall into chaos.
Persephone now needs to explore the Underworld with her three servants, so that she can retrieve her title and find Hades. Will she be able to do so before it’s too late?