It's the near future, and earth is under constant threat from extra terrestrial attacks. Of these threats, none are more dangerous than the Deathparta Empire. Humanity is not without hope however, as the discovery of a new energy source has allowed us to cultivate an army of warriors with superpowers to defend the planet. These heroes are all managed and employed by Ilios, an organization dedicated to protecting the planet. Amongst their many heroes is Makoto, a teenager who can transform into Love Fighter Shuravan. While not their strongest fighter, he will always risk everything to defend the weak.
It's this decision that gets him a girlfriend, Helene, who asks to date him after Shuravan Taking the Bullet for her resulted in Helene discovering his secret identity. All seems well... Until it turns out that Helene is the daughter of Death Zeus, the leader of the Deathparta Empire. Who runs the empire out of his suburban home, cooks for his daughter, and has a bad habit of trying to turn the boyfriends he likes into monsters.
This work contains examples of:
- Action Mom: Helene's mother is also a high ranking member of the Deathparta Empire.
- Chick Magnet: Makoto quickly shapes up to be one, earning the affection of multiple female Ilios fighters after Helene.
- Dating Catwoman: While Helene isn't an active member of her father's empire, her relationship with Makoto becomes this.
- Enemy Mine: Helene seems fine with her status as heir to the Deathparta Empire and helping Makoto. The former fact seems to make her even more intent on making Makoto stronger.
- "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: Defied and parodied. This is the mistaken conclusion folks from Ilios come to when it's discovered that Helene's big brother is a high ranking Deathparta Empire warrior.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Death Zeus is a kind and loving father.
- Magical Girl: Some female Ilios fighters are themed like this.
- Obviously Evil: Later in the story a new conquerer named Agamemnon attempts to conquer earth. Not only is his design very blatantly ominous, but anyone who knows a thing or two about The Iliad should understand why he's a very bad person.
- Robot Girl: Artemis states that they have no gender, but their creator gave them the body of a woman and a feminine personality, complete with wanting to eat at dessert cafes and have sleepovers.
- Shipper on Deck: Both of Helene's parents approve of Makoto. Helene's mother still does so even after finding out that he and Shuravan are one and the same, and agrees to hide this fact from her husband.
- Transformation Trinket: Most Ilios fighters have one.
- Villainesses Want Heroes: Helene is well aware of her family's line of work and seems intent on succeeding him, and this seems to be a factor in why she's attracted to Makoto.
- We Can Rule Together: Parodied. Death Zeus tries to turn Makoto into a goofy Monster of the Week after meeting him, and thinks of this as a way to officially make him a member of the family.
- Yandere: Helene quickly turns out to be one.