While Klem and Ralph are looking for Ralph’s sister who is a terrorist, Klem’s son – the deputy mayor of Midway, the only city on the Fuse – is shot by a sniper.
Ralph finally tells his story to Klem, explaining that he’s on the Fuse because he thinks his estranged sister is the leader of a local terrorist group.
Ralph Dietrich has been arrested due to his links with the Fuse Liberation Front. But Klem suspects that her colleague is hiding something different.
Leo, the Deputy Mayor of Midway (the only city on the Fuse) and Klem’s son, has been arrested – but Klem insists that he must be innocent.
The man Klem found dead during her retirement party has ties with a terrorist group, the Fuse Liberation Front, but the anti-terrorism seems not to care.
Klem Rystovich, the oldest Homicide agent on the Fuse, is retiring – but Ralph Dietrich has to leave the party after a phone call.
The Perihelion festival is nearly over on the Fuse, but our Homicide detectives still have some things to sort out before they can call it a day.
A police detective has some personal issues – while a super-villain called Oxymoron tries to destroy what doesn’t make sense in the city. Which is everything.
The hospital shooter is getting his moment of fame, while Dietrich is called to a different crime scene on the Fuse.
Millionaire Obadiah Horn is called by the Promethean corporation with a proposal: be in charge of a new army of elephantmen.