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Now that she is finally released, Necrafa resumes her role as Queen of the Spectral Hand by turning her skeleton army into spectral-like creatures. Tazma tries to escape, but is discovered and brought before her. Determined to save her own skin, she reveals to Necrafa that she had helped Dreadbane release her, and that there are new Mysticons. Queen Necrafa does not believe her, as the Mysticons had perished long ago defeating her. Tazma contradicts her, stating that the Dragon Disk has chosen new Mysticons in her absence. To prove her worth to the evil queen, Tazma assures her that she will help her get the revenge she seeks if she is spared.
Back at the Crystal Archipelaco, Arkayna dives into the sea to recover her parents’ stone forms, leaving Zarya in charge. While the Astromancers prepare to defend Drake City via a protective dome-shaped shield, Zarya, Emerald and Piper are ready to take down Queen Necrafa and her spectral army, but the drastically increased dark powers of the Queen of the Undead proves too strong even for them. The Astromancers are having difficulty raising the dome, so Proxima tries to repair it.
Meanwhile, Arkayna is having problems raising her mother and stepfather’s statues to the surface. She suddenly has a vision of her mother, who assures Arkayna that they will be together again, but as the Dragon Mage, she must defend the realm first. Flying on Izzie, Arkayna almost reaches past the dome, but is knocked down on an island. She witnesses Tazma and Necrafa slowing down the dome and planning to cast a dark spell to turn everyone into undead zombies as Necrafa’s servants. At the palace tower, Arkayna attempts to stall Necrafa while Piper and Emerald sneak in the Astromancer’s base to deactivate the dome. Zarya later reveals that it only reversed Necrafa’s deathly spell, forcing the evil queen to flee. In the Astromancer’s castle, Proxima demands that the Mysticons be “brought to justice.”