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"Eden - Part Two": Grifter and Paris are engaged in combat as the Kindred and the other Wildcats watch. Both sides allow it to happen because the Kindred and Kheran way will allow for the winner to take control of the forest. As the fight ensues, Spartan asks Ladytron to try and detect any sign


Quote1 Aw, damn it. I knew I'd miss the good part! Who won? Anyone get his clothes "accidentally" torn off? Quote2
-- Ladytron



Appearing in "Eden - Part Two"

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Synopsis for "Eden - Part Two"

Grifter and Paris are engaged in combat as the Kindred and the other Wildcats watch. Both sides allow it to happen because the Kindred and Kheran way will allow for the winner to take control of the forest. As the fight ensues, Spartan asks Ladytron to try and detect any sign of the Nevada Garden's nanotech. The fight between Grifter and Paris intensifies and Voodoo decides to step in-between the two. A weakened Jeremy sees Voodoo do this and believes her to be in danger. In his anger he transforms into Maul and begins to destroy the forest. Paris captures Voodoo and demands that Maul stand down but Voodoo's empathic abilities see through Paris's threats and she proceeds to calm Maul down.

After hearing Paris out, Spartan realizes that the wish-fulfilling nature of the garden is what created it. He tells Paris that they do not intend to hurt the garden, they only want to use the nanotech to help the rest of the world. Ladytron and Jodi Slayton return and report that there is no sign of any of nanotech in the garden. This disproves Spartan's theory that this is the Nevada Garden but the team is now at a loss as to how the garden exists.

Voodoo reaches out with her mind and discovers the one who made the garden, revealing to be Tumbleweed of The Paladins. Tumbleweed tells them that he heard Paris's desire to help the animals and created this place for Paris. Spartan tells him that they need him to help create other gardens around the world but Tumbleweed reveals that he can only sustain the garden he occupies meaning only one garden can exist. Though, on a helpful advice from Voodoo, Tumbleweed can grow and provide fruit for the people near the forest's edge. The Wildcats leave the garden and its inhabitants in peace.

As the Wildcats return to Los Angeles, they are unaware that Lord Defile and a horde of Daemonites have reached the city.

Appearing in "Father Knows Best - Part 1"

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Synopsis for "Father Knows Best - Part 1"

On the island of Gamorra, Kaizen Gamorra has problems with a familiar foe. The female resistance fighter known as Cybernary has infiltrated Gamorra Tower, Kaizen's seat of power, and has proceeded to make short work of all its defenses. Cybernary reaches Kaizen, who is her father, and informs him that she has come to kill him.

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