The Wrath of the Gods
Originally a Greek resistance group, the Wrath of the Gods has grown quickly after the capture of Demitrious Palamara, to the point of being able to develop a weapon capable of fighting Titans in less than a year. Besides being capable of launching an attack that brought Sanguine’s Boston-02 base to its knees, the group has also captured large swaths of territory in Africa, South America and Europe. The U.N. forces in these areas were caught completely by surprise by the Wrath of the Gods armies, which seem to have materialized out of thin air. The U.N. has naturally covered up the Wrath of the Gods existance and is looking into how it could have grown into such a large threat in such a short amount of time.
The answer may lie in the groups past. The Wrath of the Gods is older than many realize, being formed after the Turkish conquest of Constantinople (though rumours persist that the group is far older than that, some even say the original members fought in the Trojan war). To fight the invading Turks, the Wrath of the Gods staged rebellions and supplied resistance groups, however in a matter of years the Turks had all but wiped out the conspirators. It was at this point the surviving members of the group met at the Eleusinian Mysteries and vowed to keep the movement alive in secret, until such a time as they could strike back. The members began to amass wealth and power, of centuries converting many of Europes elite to its cause.
As soon as the group reached the pinnacle of its power, however, it vanished, seemingly all but wiped out in a single catastrophe. Or at least that is what was thought, until now. Today it seems the Wrath of the Gods has agents and supporters everywhere, as evidenced by its agent inside Sanguine, Dr. Faust. It would also seem that the cause of Greek independence has become secondary to the group. Instead they criptically say they oppose Sanguine and it’s alleged plans to cause a Third Impact.