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The Saxony Empire is one of the most influential countries in Europe, with powerful industry, developed cities, modern factories, and a strong military tradition. After the unfavorable conditions of surrender in the Great War, the current mood in the Empire is bad, and proud elites and humiliated aristocrats secretly oppose the Emperor’s appeasement policies.
Saxony is most likely an absolute monarchy. However, a version of the German Revolution may happen within Saxony.
|Gunter von Duisburg||A great-war-veteran with a hand-cannon as weapon and 2 wolves as companions|
|Prince William of Saxony||The prince of saxony controls one of the most technically advanced mechs in the world of 1920+.|
|Brunhilde||Gunter von Duisburg's personal mech.|
|Saxon Engineer||The only saxon unit, that is able to construct buildings, fortifications and mines.|
|Saxon Stormtrooper||The basic saxon infantry.|
|Saxon Grenadier||Stromtroopers with grenades.|
|Saxon Gunner||The saxon infantry unit that has anti-mech capabilities.|
|Saxon Medic||This units is used to heal friendly infantry units.|
|Saxon MG||A very strong anti-infantry unit, that causes suppresion.|
|Saxon Flamethrower||A very strong anti-infantry unit, that can be used to damage units with high amounts of cover (e.g. units in buildings).|
Neither mech nor infantry, but something in between. Each faction's Exos are unique and can be found quite effective on the battlefield.
|Pkp 17 "Eisenhans"||A squad of medium-armored soldiers with mortars on their backs and armor-breaking battering rams in their hands.|
The majority of the Saxon mechs do have box-like structures and less of rounded design compared to Polania. They often take on the appearance of tanks with spider legs. Their mechs primely focus on fire-power and armor. Most of the mech-names are based on characters or creatures from German fairy-tales and folk-lore.
|Sd. KS 49 "Grimbart"||A light-armored anti-infantry-mech with a gatling gun, capable of taking out unarmored and light units.|
|Sd. KS 78 "Isegrim"||A medium-armored mech, that is equiped with a turret that can be used to take out light to medium mechs. Furthermore it is effective against infantry due to its splash damage.|
|MWF 28 "Stiefmutter"||A light-armored mech, that deployes explosive wheels, which follow enemies.|
|SLL 33 "Erlkönig"||A light-armored artillery-mech, which has a enormous range.|
|SKS 156 "Wotan"||A heavy-armored mech, that is capable of taking out all types of armor. It's drawbag is it's very low speed.|
|SKS 300 "Kaiser"||A heavy-armored mech with high health and lots of weapons. It can be described as a walking fortress, that is capable of taking out tragets with all kinds of armor.|
|World of 1920+||The Factory|
|Polanian Characters||Saxon Characters||Rusviet Characters|
|Gunter von Duisburg|
Nacht and Tag
Prince William of Saxony
Kaiser Friedrich of Saxony
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