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"My fellow Precursors set endless challenges in you path. Artifacts. Creatures. Don’t get me started on the Olympos project. Their meddling got out of hand."
―Aletheia, voicing her disdain for her fellow Isu and the Olympos Project, 431 BCE.[src]
The Olympos Project was a scientific exercise by the Isu to develop a series of hybrid beasts powered by purpose-built Precursor relics: the Atlantis artifacts. The Project was largely successful, with its creations long outlasting the Isu themselves and becoming legends in Greek culture.
Aletheia, a member of the Isu, documented her knowledge of the project in her messages located in vault connected to Atlantis. These messages were later reviewed by Pythagoras and his daughter, Kassandra, during the 5th century BCE.