Factions

  • The Resistance

    The Resistance represents the last traces of freedom and democracy to survive global chaos known as The Big Mistake. The Resistance was months away from certain destruction when a coalition of engineers and hackers wired together the free world's computers to create seven advanced war machines called host stations. The faction is responsible for pioneering various high-technology inventions such as the plasma formation technology or the Stoudson Bomb. Their HQ and training grounds are located in Britain, with their remaining forces and contested territories dispersed throughout Western Europe.

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    • Drones

      The Drones are a tutorial faction that appears in the training missions. They are developed by the Resistance to be used as target practices in their secret training sanctuary.

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  • Ghorkov

    The Ghorkov is a militaristic nation that holds totalitarianism and communism ideologies. They possess many futuristic, state-of-the-art vehicle designs and weaponry for a rapid reaction in battle, including the extensive application of radiation-based and electromagnetic impulse technology. The Ghorkovs were originally allies of the Resistance, but this alliance was severed when the Resistance attempted to sell the Ghorkovs out to the Mykonians. The faction had emerged from Eastern Europe after The Big Mistake. Their influence and territories stretch across the entire Eurasia.

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  • Taerkasten

    The Taerkasten Order is a fanatical brotherhood with a fundamentalist, 'neo-Luddite' society. Their vehicle designs are chiefly reminiscent of the World Wars equipment with some notable exceptions in advanced weapon development. They have a cult-like formation in Southern Europe and Africa with an organisation structure resembling a masonic fraternity and a medieval military order. The faction has its origin in Central and Northern Europe. The Taerkasts had subsequently escaped to their current territories after their dreadful encounter with the Mykonians to protect the planet.

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  • Mykonians

    The Mykonians are an extraterrestrial, imperialistic invader group who disdain humanity for wasting a precious planet. They view Earth as a valuable battery, and use the Parasite Machine to harvest energy from the Earth's core. All Mykonian vehicles are symmetrical polygons in shape. This is the result of their biovein construction, which forms in crystalline symmetry in zero-gravity space. The Mykonians are typically located in Northern Europe and Scandinavia within their biovein-infested environments, where the low temperature makes their data transfer and operations optimal.

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  • Sulgogars

    The Sulgogars are a vegetative, bionic off-world species whose powers resides in biotechnology, genetic manipulation and cloning. The Sulgogars hope to claim Earth and its scarce remaining ocean body as their spawning ground, but their numbers are few and they are rarely encountered. The Sulgogars initially made their migration to the ocean of Earth shortly before The Big Mistake. They wish to exterminate the other factions for causing the environmental collapse and pollution, destroying their natural habitats in the process.

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  • The Black Sect

    The Black Sect is a mysterious faction whose true identity is unknown. Having no original units of their own, the Black Sect can gain access to various war machines from the other factions through their extensive intelligence networks. All Black Sect units linked to their host station battle network are rendered invisible on radar, thanks to its stealth projection module. They have invaded the regions surrounding the Black Sea. Their true origin could be traced back to the earliest European secret societies, with all the requisite branches into the royal families.

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