As time progressed, scientists began using genetic engineering techniques to create the perfect soldier. They drew upon the myths and stories that were based on werewolves, vampires and the fae, and started human experimentation. These experiments were used in the third world war, a war which caused an enormous amount of devastation and left us a degraded planet. The scientists then started investing their brain power in repairing our planet, completely abandoning their mutated experiments. We now lived in an artificial environment: Cloned animals, plants grown from tissue cultures, artificially cleansed air, treated water, processed food with just the right amount of necessary nutrients and affected climates. These forgotten 'experiments' diffused into the outside world, leading to an unseen consequence, namely, breeding. The fictional world came alive- werewolves, vampires and the fae. Due to the dangers associated with mutants, the government began drafting mutants, training them and enlisting them to protect what remained of the planet's various forms of life.
Artemis is one such guardian, a high-ranking combatant. She is what you would call a vampire, a ruthless one at that. She travels the artificial world, capturing rouges, troublemakers and keeping peace. Her partners-in-crime are the werewolf Apollo, her friend and benefactor, and of course, her tech-whizz Athena, a pixie. They are sent on an assignment involving a eco-violation. But, things aren't as it seems, and it turns out to be a much more sinister plot. To top it all, another team is also assigned the same, a team led by her nemesis (slash ex-fling). Artemis now has to endure her fellow combatant's relentless flirting AND unearth a dangerous stratagem, one that may be Artemis' most toughest yet.