I'm a writer researching Greek mythology. What I wonder is are there any stories where the mortal survives a God/Goddess's wrath? One where they survive, or break the curse somehow? As far as I can tell everyone in the stories dies.
The Greeks were the best storytellers and philosophers of their time. Down to our day we are still being affected by their thinking and myths. In considering the Greek myths, it is of interest to see how the Bible sheds light on their possible or even probable origin.
Genesis 6:1-13 Talks about angelic sons of God who came to earth, evidently materializing in human form, and cohabited with attractive women. The numerous gods and goddesses they described had human form and great beauty, though often being gigantic and superhuman
They produced offspring who were called Nephilim, or Fellers, that is, “those who cause others to fall down.” The demigods thus bear a marked similarity to the Nephilim in the Genesis account.
These so called god's ate, drank, slept and lived as families, quarreled and fought, seduced and raped.
They had the same human weakness and strengths as any other person so could not carry out a continuous wrath or curse on someone.
I know this is not the answer to your question, but I so enjoyed researching and sharing it with you.