Phoenix Fighters Episode Guide

She's A Diamond
The Ties That Bind
Malik Must Die
Scarlet Letter
Summer Lovin'
One Fine Day
Call of the Wild
Be Your Own Windkeeper
The Collector's Edition
What I Did For Love
Twisted Every Way
Chain of Command
The Botan Boys
Til Death Do Us Part
The Great Rescue Part One
The Great Rescue Part Two
Broken Lines
The Dust of Life
The Persephone Game
Monkey Business
The Calatia Affair
Call of the Wild

Ariadne is overjoyed when on one of her nightly patrols, she encounters a feral Andorian living in the remains of the Shaldani forest named Bendix.  While she becomes familiar with her newfound cousin however, another family reunion goes less than well back at the House.  Shawn's brother Dagllas resurfaces to pay a visit and though Eris greets her father with open arms, Shawn and Casey make very plain their disapproval of Dagllas' abandonment of her.
Soon, Dagllas' ulterior motive for visiting the House is revealed when he begins soliciting the natives of the Phoenix Fighters to leave the House and join his underground rebellion against the Ebene.  He further boasts that once the foe is eliminated, he will dethrone the monarchy and set up a democracy himself.  When some of the natives complain to Casey about his behavior, she reports it to Adriana.  Adriana politely asks Dagllas to leave.  He agrees, asking only that his daughter remain, a request Adriana grants.
The incident leaves Shawn and Casey somewhat strained and the Ebene, taking note, decide to take advantage of the situation.  They point out the location of the House to a ghost named Lloyd who, in his life, was obsessed with Kara Fanel.  Suddenly aware of the presence of her daughter Mia, Lloyd possesses Shawn and uses his body to violently rape Mia.  Cammie, witnessing the event, reports it to Casey the next day.  Casey calmly packs up her belongings and gives a letter of resignation to Adriana before leaving the House, reportedly for Sybok.
Shawn's name is quickly cleared, although Tranns is forced to secretly break a drunken Aden's hand to prevent him from harming Shawn.  Desperate to get Casey back and denied permission to leave for Sybok, Shawn gives a letter to Ariadne who in turn asks Bendix to deliver it.  Bendix dutifully brings it to Casey at the Tin Roof, but is surprised when she discards the note without reading it.  Soon after, Dagllas pays Casey a visit and offers her another chance at membership to his movement.  She accepts and quickly learns his next target, for which she is asked to prepare some explosives.
Meanwhile, an exhausted Adriana decides it's time for a bit of R&R.  She travels to Sybok herself and convinces Kit to join her on a trip to Miranda.  Leaving Casey in charge of the Tin Roof, the women set off for their trip.  Dagllas returns to the tavern and finds three refugees dead, Casey holding a knife.  She is soon revealed to be a shapeshifter; the real Casey never made it to Sybok.  Bravely, Dagllas disposes of the Ebene, but not before learning that the Ebene had planned from the beginning to have Shawn driven out of the House by his actions, not Casey, and to use him to learn of Dagllas' plans.  After destroying the fiend, Dagllas returns to the House just long enough to explain what happened, leaving the others to wonder about the real Casey's whereabouts.