Synopsis: While there can be no doubt that Tien (Tony Jaa) is an amazing warrior, he simply cannot take on an army of highly skilled warriors, the most fearsome of which is the Crow Ghost(Dan Chupong). Taken into custody by the cruel Lord Rajasena (Sarunya Wongkerjang), Tien is beaten to the point of being crippled and is about to be executed when a rider enters, bearing a royal decree that frees him. Lord Rajasena is not happy to hear that this ‘traitor’ has been freed and begins to have hallucinations and terrible dreams, remembering earlier treachery that caused him to be cursed by an important official that he murdered. The cause of the dreams are supposedly known and can be cured by the Crow Ghost, the same malevolent figure who took down Tien in the previous film. The Crow Ghost wrestles with Lord Rajasena’s sanity and his power while Tien must deal with being crippled. Through the teachings of a Buddhist monk and his childhood friend and love, Pim, Tien trains in the way of the Buddha and prepares to face his greatest rival. Will Tien choose the path of revenge again? Or will he finally set things right within the kingdom and within his soul?