Players first come to learn about the Crimson Empire as they're thrown into the game in the midst of a brutal conflict between crimson-colored units that are part of the Crimson Army and blue-colored units which belong to the Homeland Island's defensive military. The war begins on an island that is reffered to as "The Homeland".
How the Crimson Empire came to be is entirely unknown. Because of the small size of "The Homeland", it would be reasonable to expect that they started as a splinter cell resistance group that was opposed to the democratic Homeland; however, because of their large mechanized milit
ary it is exceptionally unlikely they would've been able to mobilize and build up their vast army without the Homeland's military or elected officials ever knowing which suggests that the Crimson Empire attacked from their own island where they were able to prepare for a large scale conflict without the threat of the Homeland forestalling their impending invasion.The Homeland was described as a peaceful civilization with a military that never fought in any conflicts. Their military was most likely not very advanced in military capability so when the Crimson Empire invaded with their technologically advanced Army, the Homeland quickly found themselves overwhelmed in a losing fight.
The Crimson Empire ruled several islands with an iron fist. The fact that "The Homeland" didn't have time to help the other conquered islands implies that the Crimson Empire launched a massive campaign covering several islands with precise coordination, landing on each island at the same time.
Resisting the Empire's invasion was becoming increasingly difficult since, as each island nation fell, the Crimson Empire was able to put more soldiers in areas with resistance movements.
Very quickly all islands fell to the autocratic Empire's control except "The Homeland" which became the only standing military resisting the Crimson Empire's invasion. The Homeland's downfall seemed inevitable until the player of the game steps in and turns the tide of the war. Very quickly the Crimson Empire was forced to overstretch itself in order to prevent "The Homeland" from retaking their island. As "The Homeland" militarily evolved, they forced the Crimson Empire into a multi-front war stretching over every island that had once been under the control of the ruthless Empire.
Note: This is an ongoing story and could change at any time based on game updates or different players advancing further into the game and finding out new information. Expect this article to change frequently.
The Crimson Empire appears to have a totalitarian government with one person being the autocratic ruler. The following list will explain the roles of some notable people in the Crimson Empire.
Viceroy Vile: Viceroy Vile is the supreme ruler of the Crimson Empire who viciously rules his newly conquered land.
Chief McDuff: Chief McDuff is the very agressive leader of the Western area of "The Homeland". He was thought upon favorably by Viceroy Vile for his agressiveness but, due to his impulsivity, was a poor tactician.
Commandant Tubman: Commandant Tubman is a cousin of Viceroy Vile and the leader of Southgate in "The Homeland". He is fairly defensive and does not have very advanced military units at his disposal. Commandant Tubman was an all around poor leader and most likely gained his position through family influence ratherthan experience.
Governor James Fierce: Governor Fierce is a minor member of the Crimson Empire. He originally served with the President of "The Homeland" but defected and joined the Crimson Empire.
The Crimson ArmyEdit
The Crimson Army is the main military branch of the Crimson Empire and is heavily mechanized. Although they do have infantry units, they rely on mechanical units such as Battle Tanks and APCs more often. The Crimson Empire is a force to be reckoned with due to their immense size and impressive coordination. In addition, their elite units such as Stormtroopers, wreak havoc on "The Homeland's" front lines, but they're only human.