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 ====== Black Sect ====== ====== Black Sect ======
-The Black Sect is a splinter faction allegedly composed of scavengers, pirates, and mercenaries who have decided to enter the war for personal profit and gain. Having no original units of their own, the Black Sect relies on stealing technology from the other factions, including the Resistance Anvil-class host station and the Taerkast Bronstejin flying ion cannon. Black Sect units also have a special stealth projection, rendering them invisible to enemy radar.+The Black Sect is a splinter faction allegedly composed of scavengers, pirates, and mercenaries who have decided to enter the war for personal profit and gain. Having no original units of their own, the Black Sect relies on stealing technology from the other factions, including the Resistance Anvil-class host station and the Taerkast Bronstejin flying ion cannon. ​All Black Sect units are also equipped with a special stealth projection, rendering them invisible to enemy radar.
  
  
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-The Black Sect has stolen ​an Anvil-Class Host Station designed for SDU1 from the [[:​resistance|Resistance]] thanks to her defection. The database containing all units of the Resistance was probably available on this Host Stationand now transferred to Black Sect database. This is probably how they gained access to the [[:​resistance:​units:​units|Resistance Units]]. The Black Sect acquired the [[:​taerkastens|Taerkastens]] [[:​taerkastens:​units:​units|units]] by forming a technology alliance with them. But when the Black Sect turned "​their"​ Bronsteijns against their real creators, the alliance dissolved. ​It would also explain why every human faction think they can't form any potential allies.+The Black Sect gained ​an access to Anvil-Class Host Station designed for SDU1 from the [[:​resistance|Resistance]]thanks to her defection. The database containing all units of the Resistance was probably available on this Host Station and fully transferred to the Black Sect network. This is probably how they gained access to the [[:​resistance:​units:​units|Resistance Units]]. The Black Sect acquired the [[:​taerkastens|Taerkastens]] [[:​taerkastens:​units:​units|units]] by forming a technology alliance with them. But when the Black Sect turned "​their"​ Bronsteijns against their real creators, the alliance dissolved. ​This would also explain why every human faction think they can't form any potential allies.
  
  
-Interestingly,​ the Black Sect also has the ability to terraform Sulgogar and Mykonian units, which hints that there might be renegade Sulgogar and Mykonian scientists amongst the group. They are usually one of the player'​s top priorities, the other being the [[:​sulgogars|Sulgogars]]. It has been suggested ​that the Black Sect's origin could be traced back to the earliest European secret societies, with all the requisite branches into the royal families.+Interestingly,​ the Black Sect also has the ability to terraform Sulgogar and Mykonian units, which hints that there might be renegade Sulgogar and Mykonian scientists amongst the group. They are usually one of the player'​s top priorities, the other being the [[:​sulgogars|Sulgogars]]. It has been mentioned in the game lore, that "the Black Sect's origin could be traced back to the earliest European secret societies, with all the requisite branches into the royal families".
  
  
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