The military unit which was isolated


There is the notecard named New Factions for MCE. It seems to be the thing which rebuilt the definition of the faction in Olds.

Below is a list of nations.



  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • West Germany


Warsaw Pact (WP)

  • Afghanistan (occupied)
  • Bulgaria
  • Czechoslovakia
  • East Germany
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Soviet Union
  • Yugoslavia (occupied)




Japan (United Nations Mandate)

Surprisingly, ULF is defined as a Japanese military unit. Originally most of ULF consisted of Japanese people. There were some people except Japanese, too. However, as for the Japanese, they gradually left ULF because they did not talk with them. Then Japanese people attached nationality beacon of Japan magnificently and have begun to participate in a battle. However, why does Olds AFB treat a Japanese well? Why do Japanese people deeply attach to the Japanese military unit? I do not think that Olds AFB treats them well. It is a kind of isolation.

They do not talk with other teams. They do only a battle. And they leave fast. It is not strange that other teams think them like an alien.



And they took even a fighter of the Japanese empire navy at last. Japanese people with some good sense consider them to be ultranationalists. And their fight is never respected. They always attack few enemies in great numbers.

After MCE introduction, it will become remarkable. MCE does not admit an extremely strong weapon. The foot soldier slaughter with the plane which they liked does not work anymore. Therefore, their battles in Olds decreased very much.

We came to be able to do the battle along the theme of original Old AFB 😀


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