|Tek Level 6|
|Controls the central Brikverse, trade routes and colonies|
|Elizabeth Halifax Northbrook|
The Brittanian League is one of the biggest and most prevalent monarchies in the Brikverse, mostly thanks to its control over major trade routes and the control of many colonies that are key to its economy. The Brittanian League is marked by its stereotypical 'Britishness', which includes an overbearing sense of nationalistic loyalty towards the Royal Family, 'King and country'... in most cases, most of the time.
Recent times saw the League take a bit of a beating as they got engaged in more and more conflicts and it was generally assumed they were becoming a victim of their lacking technology
Over the course of their history, the Brittanian League has almost constantly been slowly expanding their territories, trade routes and colonies through a combination of diplomacy and force. Their endless Imperial ambitions gained them a lot of power, but also a large score of enemies and empires that are wary of them, and recent times saw the League's growth begin to stagnate, even crumble, though efforts were immediately made to turn the tide.
Technologically, the Brittanian League is largely lagging behind on the more advanced factions, specifically in relation to their space navy. Even though recent times saw them adopt their contacts and influence in the Brikverse to gain access to more advanced technologies, the vastness of the League makes it difficult to implement these changes effectively, and a lot of Brittanian forces still rely on steampunk technology. The League is renown for their use of electrified steel.
The Brittanian League employs various kinds of infantry that supplement each other's qualities in battle, and are most well-known for their solid use of light infantry. The infantry is often supported by light, often steampunk vehicles, or infantry units wielding intricate steampunk devices to aid them. The steam gatling would be one such example. Larger and more imposing vehicles exist, but the sheer size of the League restricts the use of these impressive, if somewhat outdated machines mostly to the core worlds.
Brittanian armed forces
There are so many various troop types in the vastness of the League that even the Brittanian government has difficulties keeping track of them all. Brittanian light infantry are the most prevalent units and there are many types, including the Anzacs. Rocketeer units are often employed as support, and sometimes they are supported by Heavies or special units such as the All-Rounders.
Brittanians still utilise cavalry.
The Royal Family bears the highest authority, but the commanders of the fringe worlds and colonies can usually rule with a great deal of autonomy, rarely receiving The nationalistic feeling that houses within every Brittanian actually makes this a pretty effective system, as most Brittanian leaders are able to put the well-being of the League before any personal desire. In fact, becoming a renown historical figure in the history of the League through loyalty to the Crown is probably their most important personal desire.
For years, the League had been stagnating. Things only grew worse during the events of Zombie Zulu Dawn, during which an entire planet was lost to the Peach Virus and the seeds for a war with the mighty Assyrian Empire were planted. Weary of aggression from their neighbors, the Brittanian League joined the Immortal Alliance.
The Brittanian League partook in the Prussian-Monarchial Conflict, which they didn't manage to get much profit from.
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