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The Tohaa heard the distress call from their allies, the humans.  Wotan, a critical gate which jumped deep into humanity’s territory, was exposed.  A Daraani corvette rushed to Wotan and beheld a great fight.  But then, the Tohaa heard a message come from the Nomads:  “Aid us or lose your ship.”

The Nomads, longtime rebels of the two greatest nations of humanity, PanOceania and Yu Jing, was the instigator.  It was reported that the Nomads were ferrying Shasvastii.  But the commander of the Daraani corvette winced.  “We submit.  Whom would you like us to strike?”

“The Yu Jing State-Empire,” said the Nomads.

Very well, thought the commander, vengeance is a good enough excuse as any, since the Yu Jing State-Empire did strike the Tohaa medical facility on Flamia Island.

“We do not wish to disturb you, good Nomads.  We will declare vengeance and strike Yu Jing.”

The Tohaa, acting vassals of the Nomads, went on to harass the Yu Jing frigate, and limped away from Wotan, afraid for their lives.

Wotan Propaganda Memo

Campaigns, Entertainment

Good day, arithcokes and artichettas of the Tohaa Master Race.  Today we begin the campaign in the “Wotan” sector, to bring to peace our allies, the Humans, who are meddling amidst themselves, heedless of the looming threat of the EI.  We are en route to the battlespace.

Infinity Factions, Artichoked

Game Theory, Smelly Humans

My thoughts on Infinity’s factions after 12 months of Human Sphere.  Because I am rating factions on a scale of 1 to 5, I don’t see how it’s meaningful unless at least 1 faction gets a 1 artichoke rating, and another gets a 5 artichokes rating.  This rating considers factional context, and model availability and obsolescence.  On a strict rate of balance, nothing would get lower than a 2 or 3.  With that said: