The Gutting of Hansun's High Council
And the gathering of more power
Hansun's high council is a shell. A puppet government. And the Legion are the ones pulling the strings.When news of The Human Augmentation Program's horrific experiments broke to the world, governments that once shared a close working relationship with the Legion began to withdraw -- including the High Council of Hansun, the Legion's closest working partner on the world's stage. This prompted the organization to secretly begin a hostile takeover of the High Council; using bribery, blackmail, and political maneuvering over the course of a year, the Legion managed to assume command of Hansun's government without the general public ever becoming aware.
The Seeds of DecayHansun has forever been the unofficial home to the Legion; it's here the organization properly started thousands of years ago, and it's here where the majority of their forces reside. While the Legion has never been officially connected to Hansun's government -- a high council of 12 individuals operating out of Sansu-Sesu, the country's smog blanketed industrial capital -- it has always shared a favourable relationship with Hansun.
That is, until The Human Augmentation Program's horrific deeds regarding the creation of Catalurgy came to light; from that point on, many governments across the world, Hansun included, began to attempt to distance themselves from the Legion. Construction projects within Hansun were put on indefinite hiatus while funding and revenue ceased pouring in, effectively putting the Legion's operations within the country into stasis. Promises that things would "return to something resembling normal" after "investigations were complete" fell on deaf Legion ears, as the organization quickly began planning operation High Council.
We've managed to get one of the Regiment in on the game -- and better yet, they're working as a Rendulgraph operator transmitting encrypted reports. Every message they're commanded to send by Legion bastards, they're memorizing to send to us later as well.
Operation High Council Begins
Blackmail and Bribery
The Council Calls a Vote