This is the end, folks! The gods of Columbus have solved all the mysteries presented before them and are ready to deal with Stephen and the dragon. Very normal episode where everyone reacts normally and Nathan is not at all high.
The Knights of Columbus have discovered the location of the Cult of the Ascended Lizard and decide its time to introduce themselves. What follows is maybe the dumbest cult fight in the history of the world, proving that even gods can be complete and total morons.
The Columbus pantheon continues their investigation into the dragon living under their city, along with the mysterious disappearances of members of the magical community, all while an out of town God of Adventure conducts his own, unsupervised hunt with the goal of absolutely murdering the dragon. The gang also deals with a dead body, searches an apartment, and adopts a cat.
The Knights of Columbus, the gods of a few blocks in the city of Columbus, are not exactly the most organized pantheon in Columbus (or even Ohio), and they certainly aren't the most effective, but they're who fate has chosen to save the city. Probably. Well, maybe. Okay, they're just the only ones around. With a murderous god of adventure on the loose, a kidnapped man, a dead supernatural monster, and a dragon waking up, the Knights find themselves neck deep in mystery. Will they be able to solve it or will Columbus die?
The gods are not dead, despite what some mortals claim; no, they're very much alive and kicking in the modern world. Of course, being a god isn't a full time gig anymore, so the gods of today are forced to work part-time, with one foot in the divine and the other in the mundane, balancing their humanity and divinity in an effort to keep themselves centered and rational.
The Knights of Columbus, just one of the many pantheons of modern day gods in the city, are a rag-tag band of individuals; a Goddess of Knowledge rubs shoulders with the God of the Audience, while the Gods of Locks and Taxonomy make deals with the Goddess of the Hunt to protect their territory against other local gods. So far, they've only had to deal with the relatively mundane aspects of godhood, but something under Columbus is awakening, and its none too happy; will the Knights rise to the challenge, or will they fall?