With their ambush set, the Legion awaited the arrival of the British artillery train. When it arrived, the colonists were encouraged to see that the British forces were small, but puzzled by the presence of several civilians with the train, including two carrying swords - one of them a woman. The ambush began with Suzanna, shapeshifted into elephant form, charging into the wagons and knocking two of them into the river. The two sword-carrying civilians both fired bolts of magic towards the colonists, revealing themselves as hostile superhumans.
Francis charged the enemy man while Jacoby did the same for the enemy woman. Francis struck out with his fire axe but the attack was deflected... and then the man simply exploded, injuring Francis badly. The man reappeared in the same spot, his clothes tattered and his weapons missing. Meanwhile, Jacoby managed to grapple the woman, but her extreme strength soon broke her loose. After missing a shot at the woman, Godot leapt to Francis's aid with his saber, and the two of them managed to avoid damage from a blast of lightning and another explosion from the male superhuman. The woman manifested a burning greatsword and managed to deal a wound to Jacoby with it, but then the man saw how badly the overall battle was going and that Suzanna had finished with the wagons and was now charging him, still in elephant form. After taking a hit from Suzanna's tusks, he called for a retreat, and Godot taunted them as they left.
Without their artillery, the British were soundly defeated at the battle of Saratoga. However, General Gates had more work for the Legion. The Oneida tribe of the Iroquois Confederation, the only tribe currently allied with the colonists, was threatening to join its fellow tribes on the side of the British. Gates dispatched the Legion to negotiate and as a show of strength. When they arrived, the heroes were dismayed to find their nemesis Kahwihta negotiating for the British, although she left most of the talking to a British-sympathizing war chief. Despite this setback, Godot was able to convince the Oneida to maintain a more neutral stance and to allow Oneida warriors who chose to fight with the colonists to do so.
Having rescued George Washington from British captivity, the heroes now take on Washington's assignment to capture the British crown prince William, who is posted as a midshipman aboard the HMS Prince George in New York Harbor. Washington's agent Hercules Mulligan and his man Cato have determined that William often carouses in the Fraunces Tavern in New York, but is escorted by Royal Marines. The Legionnaires recruit some local "ladies of the evening" to attempt to entice William into an alley for an ambush, but William ends up inviting them in to the tavern instead. Godot and Francis follow the prince in, while Jacoby and Suzanna remain on watch.
Inside the tavern, Francis engages the prince in a game of poker, losing all of his funds in short order. The prince graciously buys Francis a drink to compensate him. After some time with the ladies on the upper floor, the Marines return, and the prince and his escort set out to return to the ship.
While Jacoby distracts the Marines with rebel rantings, Suzanna, in the shape of a cottonmouth, bites the prince, rendering him insensible. A small melee ensues as one marine tries to tend to the prince while the other attempts to secure Jacoby. Francis manages to stun the marine tending the prince while Suzanna bites him, killing him. Jacoby finishes off the marine with a claw, while Godot memory-implants the idea of a fire in another direction on a passer-by as a distraction. Suzanna shifts into a horse to carry the prince and the four heroes make a run for it, chased by British sailors. Despite interference from cart horses and street vendors, the heroes make their escape, and Mulligan arranges for the group, along with William and Washington, to escape New York.
Back in uniform again, Godot is promoted to Lieutenant, Francis to Sergeant, and the others to Corporal. Washington assigns them to Lieutenant General Horatio Gates, who is preparing a defense against a British advance from Quebec. Gates assigns the heroes to prepare an ambush for supply convoys in the area of Skenesborough, New York. While Godot works on the locals for assistance, Suzanna uses her affinity for nature to design the perfect ambush site, and the heroes wait for the convoy to arrive...
Having found no information of note at Dr. Miller's home other than the potential existence of another lab, the team proceeded to Miller's known lab, the site of the attack. The door to the lab had a sign stating it was locked down per campus security, but Ryo and Matt heard sounds from inside, so the group entered to find a woman conducting tests. CP claimed they were students looking for Dr. Miller, and the woman, identifying herself as Aubrey (the victim of the attack), said she hadn't seen him. She finished up some blood tests and left the lab, with the students accompanying her. Mariana tailed Aubrey in her SUV while the others returned to search the lab space.
Marco spotted some water leaking out from the base of a metal storage cabinet, and with a bit of investigation, the group discovered a secret door at the back of the cabinet leading to a second, smaller lab. There they found Dr. Miller, seemingly just waking up from a nap in his office chair. CP claimed the team was here to fix the clogged sink, and when Dr. Miller questioned their apparent status as students, said they were interning. Dr. Miller seemed to accept that and engaged the juniors in conversation until he abruptly shapeshifted into a wolfman. The heroes attempted to attack, but even Troy and CP's silver slingshot bullets had no significant effect. The wolfman grabbed a folder and made a run for it; despite a valiant attempt to slow him down in a stairwell by Ryo, he made his escape, only slightly injured by slingshot fire from Troy.
Outside, campus security stopped the students and accosted Ryo about carrying an arrow, but CP talked the juniors out of trouble and they escaped as well. With finals behind them, the students head out for some well-deserved summer vacation.