While Spartacus finds an opportunity to get revenge, Glaber is surrounded by intrigue.
Spartacus and his group of rebels attempt to free those who became slaves by falling in foreign wars while Lucretia manages to recruit one of her husband's former gladiators.
Spartacus and his rebels train hard to keep their new sanctuary safe while Glaber's forces are made stronger with the enlistment of some new deadly recruits. Lucretia and Ilithyia become close again.
In an ironic twist of fate, a gladiator from the house of Batiatus will stand in the way of Spartacus trying to free Crixus from Roman captivity.Ilithyia's scheming puts her marriage to Glaber at risk.moreless
Odin believed the answer to the riddle "When light dies, then will Ragnarok begin" would bring about the end of all things. Loki went to Odin in disguise and gave him a metal mask. When the King of Norse Gods looked into the mask, he was blinded -- which fulfilled the third tragedy. Loki then blew Gilma's Horn, which brought on Ragnarok, and he killed Thor with a poisoned dart. When Hercules poured magic paint onto the Book of Fate, he returned to the moment before he accidentally killed Balder. He exposed Loki's plan to Balder and Thor, saving their lives.moreless
Hercules wanted to save the Norse God Balder, but Balder explained that his death was foretold in the Book of Fates and could not be changed. Sure enough, Hercules was tricked by Loki, the God of Mischief, into accidentally killing Balder. An enraged Thor tried to kill Hercules with his huge stone hammer, but Hercules beat Thor and took him to Valhalla. There, Odin -- the king of the Norse Gods -- explained that two parts of an ancient prophesy had been fulfilled. If the third part took place, the final nightfall and end of all things would occur.moreless
When Xena tries to help the Centaurs protect a sacred stone that contains their evil, she encounters someone from her past... her son.
Hercules and Xena thought Darphus had been killed in the battle over Parthis. But Ares resurrected Darphus, who headed off to cause more mayhem with his army. Darphus fed his victims to Graegus, Ares' man-eating Dog, and the creature grew more powerful with every meal. Working together, Hercules and Xena outwitted the evil Darphus and destroyed Graegus. They also fell in love. Although the passion they felt for each other was strong, Xenafelt compelled to make amends her past wrongdoings on her own. She thanked Hercules for unchaining her heart and departed.moreless