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While sailing down the River, they stop at Krall. They find evidence of Zavac, but are accused of murdering Rikard. They are cleared and then are captured by the Gatmeister at Bayrath. They are imprisoned but Lydia frees them. They then sail down Wildwater Rift and meet up with the SeaHawk. Her captain tells the Herons to stay behind him and the traders and they agree but are attacked by pirates further down river and the Herons save him and the traders.
They are rewarded and have a feast at Drogha. Here, Hal finds out about Raguza where Zavac is hiding and its rules and regulations. Hal then poses as a pirate and gains entry in to Raguza. The Korpaljo asks what they are up to and they accuse Zavac of cheating them of emeralds. Zavac is called and an argument starts but the Korpaljo breaks it and takes half of Zavac's emeralds. Zavac then arranges for them to be killed but they fight Zavac's men off. The following day Zavac is expelled from Raguza. However, Hal challenges Zavac to a ship battle.
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The Herons win, retrieving the Andomal in the process, and return to Hallasholm. Hal and the Herons have returned home to Skandia after defeating the pirate captain Zavac and reclaiming Skandia's most prized artifact, the Andomal. Now Erak believes it is time for them to once again prove their worth. The crew of the Heron is asked to travel to Araluen and be the Skandians that serve in the country for the next year.
Before they can arrive though, an old face returns. Tursgud, leader of the Shark Brotherband and Hal's constant opponent, has gained his own ship, and with his crew he's turned from a bullying youth into a pirate and slave trader. When Tursgud surfaces in Araluen and takes 12 citizens to turn into slaves, the Herons dispatch and pursue him with the help of one of Araluen's finest Rangers, Gilan, who also appears as an important character in Flanagan's other series, 'Ranger's Apprentice.
Hal, his Brotherband crew, and the Ranger Gilan have freed the twelve Araluens sold into slavery.
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After reaching the Royal Palace, the group is given a mission none of them expect. Princess Cassandra has recently survived an attempt on her life.
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Now whispers of a second attempt have reached the kingdom, and the deadly sect known as the Scorpion Cult is believed to be the culprit. An assassin who tries to take Cassandra's life gives up vital information on the cult during interrogation. The cult worships the goddess Imrika, and whenever anybody pays them, they make a compact called the tolfah, to kill the person the customer wants.
The crew of the Heron leaves to find the man who paid for the tolfah , Iqbal, brother of the previous Tualaghi chief. They bring along the Ranger Gilan to help negotiate with the cult and ensure Cassandra's safety. While sailing they meet an old friend of Gilan's, the wakir Selethen. He tells the crew that Iqbal has taken over a city called Tabork along with a Hellenese man Philip Bloodyhand. Using a surprise takeover of an attack vessel of Phillip's, the Herons takeover the city after a bloody fight.
They mortally wound Iqbal but find out the tolfah cannot be removed without the death of the Shurmel, the leader of the Scorpion cult. Ulf gets injured and has to stay in the port as the crew moves on to confront the cult.
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There they go inland and find the remnants of an old Roman-style city. Hal notices the constant wind and makes a land-sailer to travel across the desert without a horse.
He and Stig take Gilan inland to go and see the Shurmel to remove the tolfah. The remaining crew stays to defend against the Ishti , a group of fighters owned by the Scorpion cult. At the mountain the trio is let in with the Scorpions believing that they have come to buy a tolfah.