At some point, Gelon and a member of her crew, Gyke, fell in love with each other. As a mark of her affection, Gelon gave Gyke a bracelet engraved with their names. Gyke also served as her second-in-command, and a temporary captain when Gelon wasn't around.
Around the Peloponnesian War, Gelon had made a deal with the Pythia of Sanctuary of Delphi. The Pythia told Gelon where pilgrims were coming from, and Gelon shipped them to Phokis, sharing the profits with the Pythia. This deal seemed to work, until Gelon sent Gyke to trap some pilgrims in the cove nearby while Gelon met with the Pythia.
When Gelon returned to Kirrha, the Shark's Tooth had not yet returned. Left stranded without her crew, Gelon spent her days drinking by the shore, awaiting her ship and crew's return. In 431 BCE, Gelon later came across the misthios Kassandra, requesting her aid in finding out what had happened to her ship and crew. She sent Kassandra to investigate the shorelines in the Hill of the Sacred War, where pilgrims were known to frequent. Kassandra did so, discovering that the Shark's Tooth had sunk, taking Gyke and the crew with it. After looting the leftover treasure chests, Kassandra returned to Gelon, reporting the fate of her crew and Gyke.
- At the conclusion of Crewless, Gelon can be recruited by Kassandra as a crewmember aboard the Adrestia, serving as one of the lieutenants under her command.