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clans [2013/05/27 19:49]
prpi [The Red Company]
clans [2013/05/28 03:40] (current)
prpi [Block Nine]
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 There is a dozen different stories about the origins of the "Niners." The most commonly accepted one is that they started as a prison gang in some block #9 from whence they took their name, and it is believed that a particularly fierce and infamous prisoner rallied the gang to join the rebellion, leading his side of a two-pronged attack on the overseers. Theories as to the precise identity of this leader range from infamous Titan crimelord Ixiblat Gor to various former Terran dictators or terrorists, and he is revered more for what he did than for whom he may or may not have been. Often referred to simply as the First Boss, the Niners drink to him every month and rarely worry much about his authenticity. There is a dozen different stories about the origins of the "Niners." The most commonly accepted one is that they started as a prison gang in some block #9 from whence they took their name, and it is believed that a particularly fierce and infamous prisoner rallied the gang to join the rebellion, leading his side of a two-pronged attack on the overseers. Theories as to the precise identity of this leader range from infamous Titan crimelord Ixiblat Gor to various former Terran dictators or terrorists, and he is revered more for what he did than for whom he may or may not have been. Often referred to simply as the First Boss, the Niners drink to him every month and rarely worry much about his authenticity.
  
-Block Nine is a gang of hedonistic punks, for the most part. Some do take up the slack and manage the faction's businesses or beat some minor discipline into the ranks, but most are lax and unruly. They prefer to put their minds to the present and enjoying life's pleasures, something they tend to do at their renowned bar and "dancing" establishment, the Happy Clam **(name subject to change)**. Niners are often easy to spot by their bold hairstyles and tattoos, and many dress in trashy ragtag outfits. Prone to casual violence, raucuous behaviour and disgusting habits, they are a nuisance for other denizens to be around.+Block Nine is a gang of hedonistic punks, for the most part. Some do take up the slack and manage the faction's businesses or beat some minor discipline into the ranks, but most are lax and unruly. They prefer to put their minds to the present and enjoying life's pleasures, something they tend to do at their renowned bar and "dancing" establishment, the Dark Side. Niners are often easy to spot by their bold hairstyles and tattoos, and many dress in trashy ragtag outfits. Prone to casual violence, raucuous behaviour and disgusting habits, they are a nuisance for other denizens to be around.
  
 The Niners' turf is on the west side of Rust, directly opposite of The New Guard's with whom they fought fiercely in the settlement's infancy and still maintain a tense rivalry. Their streets are poorly cared-for, often littered with trash and debris, and it is rare that a Niner bothers to maintain whatever building they are currently sleeping in. They do care about their bar, though, and keep it somewhat presentable as many of its customers come from other parts of Rust. Located in the northern end of their turf, the raunchy and flamboyant club is impossible to miss. Further north is the turf of The Red Company with whom they have fought little, but have long suspected of secretly aiding The New Guard in order to encroach on Block Nine's turf. The Niners' turf is on the west side of Rust, directly opposite of The New Guard's with whom they fought fiercely in the settlement's infancy and still maintain a tense rivalry. Their streets are poorly cared-for, often littered with trash and debris, and it is rare that a Niner bothers to maintain whatever building they are currently sleeping in. They do care about their bar, though, and keep it somewhat presentable as many of its customers come from other parts of Rust. Located in the northern end of their turf, the raunchy and flamboyant club is impossible to miss. Further north is the turf of The Red Company with whom they have fought little, but have long suspected of secretly aiding The New Guard in order to encroach on Block Nine's turf.
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