In the Trojan War, the wrath of gods and heroes shall storm upon the shores of Ilium, as Olympus itself is divided by the greatest mortal war ever seen. Legends and kings, whose daring deeds and glorious conquests shall be sung of for all eternity, will turn red the sands of hills of Troy. Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, has assembled the fleet of a united Greece to lay waste to the great city of Troy, and to retrieve his brother Menelaus’ wife of famed beauty, Helen. With him goes Achilles, Ajax, Nestor, Odysseus, Diomedes, and countless others, eager to win great kleos and immeasurable timê. They will contend with Priam, King of Troy, his mighty Son Hector, heroes from lands far-afield, and the immortal gods themselves. Long shall this mighty struggle endure, and deep shall run the suffering of the Greeks; but should the mighty Achaeans prevail, no man alive shall be able to match their fame, or reap their equal in glorious rewards!