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21st Jul '17 9:07:46 AM emark4
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* In ''Titanfall'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''Titanfall 2''reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.

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* In ''Titanfall'', ''VideoGame/TitanFall'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from [[MegaCorp Hammond Robotics Robotics]] (A subsidiary of the IMC).''Titanfall 2''reveals ''VideoGame/TitanFall2'' reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.
21st Jul '17 8:59:56 AM emark4
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* In ''[[VideoGame/Titanfall]]'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''[[VIdeoGame/Titanfall2]]''reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/Titanfall]]'', ''Titanfall'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''[[VIdeoGame/Titanfall2]]''reveals ''Titanfall 2''reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.
21st Jul '17 8:54:16 AM emark4
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* In ''VideoGame/Titanfall'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''VideoGame/Titanfall 2'' reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.

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* In ''VideoGame/Titanfall'', ''[[VideoGame/Titanfall]]'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''VideoGame/Titanfall 2'' reveals ''[[VIdeoGame/Titanfall2]]''reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.
21st Jul '17 8:51:10 AM emark4
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* In ''VideoGame/Titanfall'', the multiplayer matches show the Frontier Militia using the same Titan chassis that the IMC uses and all of them come from Hammond Robotics (A subsidiary of the IMC).''VideoGame/Titanfall 2'' reveals that the Militia stole a lot of Titans from the IMC to maintain their Titan fleet and subverts this by creating their own Vanguard-Class Titan. Averted with the single player campaign's 7th level: Trial by Fire, where the Militia launches an all out attack on an IMC airfield using the Vanguard Titans against the variants used in the multiplayer.
24th Apr '17 2:10:33 PM Chabal2
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* Tyranid hive fleets, despite being one of the few truly unified factions since they have a HiveMind, will attack each other in order to ensure the winning fleet has the best adaptations and most biomass.
23rd Apr '17 10:10:32 AM nombretomado
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* SwordOfTheStars doesn't have a campaign, but the very detailed fluff makes a point of explaining how the otherwise-unified races might have multiple factions in play:

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* SwordOfTheStars ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'' doesn't have a campaign, but the very detailed fluff makes a point of explaining how the otherwise-unified races might have multiple factions in play:
16th Apr '17 3:11:58 PM nombretomado
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** The SpaceWolves were suspected to have been created as the Emperor's secret police to keep other Astartes in line. Nowadays this role is held by the Minotaurs, a (possibly Khorne-corrupted) Chapter that serves the Inquisition.

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** The SpaceWolves [[Literature/SpaceWolf Space Wolves]] were suspected to have been created as the Emperor's secret police to keep other Astartes in line. Nowadays this role is held by the Minotaurs, a (possibly Khorne-corrupted) Chapter that serves the Inquisition.
7th Apr '17 11:42:03 AM GuyIncog
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* A major component of ''VideoGame/TIEFighter'', as the player faces not one but two traitorous Imperial Admirals in the course of the game. Defeating the forces under their respective commands is ultimately the focus of over half of the campaigns - two of the original seven and a whopping five of six expansion campaigns feature rogue or defecting Imperials as the primary enemy. It is entirely plausible for the player to finish the game with more kills of some Imperial starfighter types than X-Wing kills.
26th Jan '17 7:00:35 AM Morgenthaler
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** The same for the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' Galaxy.
*** One White Dwarf magazine article featured a battle which the writers wanted to be the biggest battle possible. Unfortunately, the two biggest armies the writers had lying around were Space Marines and Imperial Guard, who are nominally on the same side. They came up with the explanation that an extraordinarily powerful psychic had arisen on an Imperial planet, who could mind control the entire planet, including its Imperial Guard contingent. The Space Marines were sent in to put him down.
*** The troops of the Ecclesiarchy also seldom need a reason more specific than "might be corrupted by Chaos" to battle allied Forces. The White Dwarf Scenario mission for the Grey Knights "Wipe out the Infestation" states that a Catachan expedition force might have been exposed to Chaotic influence... and so the Grey Knights have to deal with it appropriately.

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** * The same for the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' Galaxy.
*** ** One White Dwarf magazine article featured a battle which the writers wanted to be the biggest battle possible. Unfortunately, the two biggest armies the writers had lying around were Space Marines and Imperial Guard, who are nominally on the same side. They came up with the explanation that an extraordinarily powerful psychic had arisen on an Imperial planet, who could mind control the entire planet, including its Imperial Guard contingent. The Space Marines were sent in to put him down.
*** ** The troops of the Ecclesiarchy also seldom need a reason more specific than "might be corrupted by Chaos" to battle allied Forces. The White Dwarf Scenario mission for the Grey Knights "Wipe out the Infestation" states that a Catachan expedition force might have been exposed to Chaotic influence... and so the Grey Knights have to deal with it appropriately.
26th Jan '17 6:57:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[Videogame/BattleZone1998 BattleZone II]]'' has you destroy a [[DefectorFromDecadence splinter faction]] of the International Space Defense Force who wants peace, [[MyCountryRightOrWrong should you stay loyal]] to [[GeneralRipper General Braddock]]. If you join the Scions, you will fight a renegade commander who does not share [[BigGood Padisha Burns]]' vision for the future.

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* ''[[Videogame/BattleZone1998 BattleZone II]]'' has you destroy a [[DefectorFromDecadence splinter faction]] of the International Space Defense Force who wants peace, [[MyCountryRightOrWrong should you stay loyal]] to [[GeneralRipper General Braddock]]. If you join the Scions, you will fight a renegade commander who does not share [[BigGood Padisha Burns]]' vision for the future.



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