(aka the Builder's League, the Union, Anti-War Front, that anarchist rabble)
From the ruins of war-torn civilizations, survivors are a malleable commodity. They seek outlets for the emotions. Anger, despair, hope. The Front as it simply calls itself is a loose organization of these survivors. It was created shortly after the last great war rocked the cities. As the dust settled and people began to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives they began to wonder, "How can I prevent this from happening again."
The Front is not a large, or well-organized, group. Of its members it is predominately filled with the lower rungs of society, and many of them suffer from survivor's guilt. Many members simply attend its meetings and rallies to vent some form of frustration, as a cathartic exercise. Financial support is spotty at best.
What the Front lacks in stability, it makes up for in mutability. It can easily find ways of championing any cause. It started as a simple group of anti-war protesters, but has come to include union organizers, anti-government types, various fringe government groups, and so on.
Some say the Front is nothing more than a collective of terrorists and anarchists. A few isolated cases of violence point back to the group, but little implicates the group as a whole. It may be only a matter of time before the pot boils over and their supporters cannot be held in check.