It is no matter a question of what is right or wrong, good or bad, and black and white. Eleanor Peverell's life is starting at a new chapter ten years after the last. It is a time of peace and prosperity under a new administration. Little crime has been reported since the darker days during the war and the new Auror force has kept more prisoners in Azkaban than ever before. As newely appointed Head of the Aurors Department, her new authority suits her all while feeling the hidden corruption of the Ministry crack down on her. With a suppressing boss who quickly teaches her the cheat codes and a new unprecedented threat being thrown on her shoulders, Eleanor almost wishes her boring routine that was her life just months before. This new threat though comes in the shape of a familiar face. He goes by Voldemort now. The rekindled relationship is like trying to light a wet wick on a candle. Eleanor realizes Tom is long gone and Voldemort needs her to become her worst self in order to help him. With Tom dead set in building his regime with Eleanor at his side without much of a choice, she soon begins to wonder which side gives her more purpose. She begins to question everything, losing her sense of morality and rather becoming the gray area in between; essentially the kind of person she hated. In the last time Eleanor may ever have to stop Tom, she stands in the middle of a tug of war: will she join him or let the worst come of her if she tries to stop him?