-- Storyline: The G Knights --
Once upon a time, the world was filled with powerful nations, each with technology beyond imagine by their modern counterparts. Despite all of the advancements in the world of their time, it was not enough to tame the desire for power found in the human heart. And as found frequently through out the course of human history, this destructive desire soon lead the world to war. Unlike other conflicts which found their ways to an end, this nightmarish war engulfed the world in a level of destruction that bared little difference from that of an apocalypse. With the lands stripped barren, the great cities reduced to rubble, and the grand achievements of a once proud race reduced to little more then traces of a lost society by this war, the human race was only able to barely survive the aftermath of their actions.
While able to survive the turmoil that had rendered the world into fragile pieces, it was not long before the human race was once again fighting one another over the remains of their damaged planet. Utilizing the remains of the weapons left behind from the war that had exacted a heavy toll on humanity, the mobile units known as G Knights, it was not long before new kingdoms were forged from barren earth, and the lust for power by man. While not all of these kingdoms were based on the want of power, the desires of others to acquire more, soon gave rise to new battles.
In the 120 years that have followed the formation of the first kingdoms, the fighting for control over the remains of the world, and for the power to rebuild it have continued to take a heavy toll. As a result of this, the last of the weapons from the great civilizations, the G Knights, are beginning to vanish from the battlefield, as the knowledge of how to repair, and maintain them has long been lost. With time, and machines slipping away, how will this struggle of kingdoms come to an end? Will peace finally be obtained, or will humanity destroy itself once again?
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- The Kingdoms -
Currently the lands of the continent are divided between six kingdoms. These kingdoms control equal parts of the land, however this balance may not hold out for much longer.
- Valen -
National Color: Red
History: Based on the concept that the strong should rule over the weak, Valen has been on a footing to expand its grasp on the world since its founding. Quick to attack its neighbors, the only thing that has kept Valen from expanding its borders has been a long running war with the kingdom of Runoe
- Balire -
National Color: Green
History: Based on the concept that order can be maintained through equal parts force, and diplomacy, Balire has often mixed violence with incentives to draw others into their control. While this carrot, and stick style of rule has attracted many to them, Balire has been viewed by other kingdoms as always up to some sort of trickery.
- Runoe -
National Color: Blue
History: Based on the concept that the world must be governed by those with the knowledge to do so correctly, Runoe has been attempting to reign in other kingdoms for many years now. While at first successful in their methods, Runoe has found its progress halted due to a drawn out campaign against the forces of Valen.
- Tiet -
National Color: White
History: Formed from the efforts of many to support one another for the good of all, Tiet is by far the most peaceful kingdom. While caring for one another, their resources lack behind other kingdoms due to their kind natures. While Tiet would be an easy target for conquest, most nations have held back on attempts to capture it due to the stronger kingdoms that threaten their own borders.
- Silon -
National Color: Purple
History: A rag tag nation, formed from the ruins of those who saw the previous conflict coming but could do nothing to stop it, Silon has since taken a footing to stop conflict through force when possible. While this desire to end conflict through force has earned them many admirers, it has also drawn criticism from those on the receiving ends of their interventions.
- Mika -
National Color: Orange
History: Unlike Balire, who are seen as a little mysterious, the people of Mika are down right deceptive. When they see something they want they take it, usually by opening the back door. As such they are seen as a realm of thieves, and bandits. This style of deceit has made it incredibly difficult to pin down their true goals.
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