It's 1881 in south Louisiana... Murderous outlaw Seth Granger and his gang, Granger's Dozen, have terrorized the southern states for over 5 years. From their cabin hidden deep in a swamp, Seth spearheads a tidal wave of blood and destruction the likes of which have never been seen; threatening and attacking homesteaders, businesses, travelers and peaceful Choctaw villages across southern Mississippi and Louisiana. Local politicians fear for their citizens while local law enforcers fear for their lives. The only saving grace for most comes in the form of a "protection fee" paid to Seth and his men for keeping other bandits at bay. Payment doesn't always promise a peaceful existence, but it's far better than the alternative. An example is made of those who refuse the protective services of Granger's Dozen - and death without prejudice is the ultimate penalty. When Chief Red Bear and his peaceful Choctaw village refuse to give in to Seth's threats, the gang decides to make an example of ...