Agurts

Agurts

Agurts is an agricultural country that established anti fossil fuel policies before the acid rains began. These policies allowed Agurts to thrive in the Acid Rain Era, when agricultural products turned into luxuries. Unlike most countries and city states in the Acid Rain World, Agurts adopted a legislative government with elected representatives. Despite its beautiful lands and unique governance, the country has an unusually high crime rate and frequent civil unrests. The current government focuses on threats from foreign invasions and the drastic increase in bandit raids. The military demand for both troops and machinery are constantly rising. The Argurts military sports a unique combination of specially trained troops and customized Synchro exoArmors, modified from reconstruction units. Agurt’s most powerful military asset lies in its natural environment and terrain, as it is surrounded by towering mountains on both sides and the sea to its rear, with only one entrance to the north.

Omanga

Omanga

Omanga is one of the leading countries in nuclear technology research, and it has developed nuclear power plants. As nuclear power proved far more efficient, Omanga was able to sell extra energy supply to neighboring states that relied on the less efficient and scarce fossil fuels. The accumulated wealth from the sale of nuclear energy encouraged Omanga to invest more resources in researching other biochemical and mechanical technologies. Just when their development of nuclear energy reached an unprecedented level, one of their first-generation nuclear plants in the north exploded in an accident and effected a huge nuclear fallout that covered the entire northern regions of Omanga. With the entire population suddenly migrating south and the mounting pressure of land and resource scarcity, Omanga became exceedingly aggressive. They developed the multi-armor system and created the terrifying and infamous Abaddon Army.

Gafia

Gafia

Gafia is an inland state between Omanga and the land of the Soil Ghosts. Faced with the invasion from Omanga towards the west, Gafia’s government adopted an appeasement policy. Ignoring government policies, the people living along the borders refuse to surrender and continue fighting ceaselessly against Omanga’s invasion. This contrast has torn the state apart, and regional conflicts erupt daily.