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The European Alliance (EA, also known as the Euro Alliance or just Europe) is an intergovernmental military, political and economic alliance based in the European continent. The EA has developed a single market through a standardized system of laws that apply in all member states. Its policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital, enact legislation in justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on economic matters. The organization constitutes a system of collective defense, whereby its member states agree to mutual defense in response to an attack by any external force. Most European countries are involved, with the exception of Switzerland, Sweden, Ireland, and the Vatican.

The European Alliance was founded after the Soviet Union's invasion of Europe during the Second Great War in an effort to rebuild the devastated continent and improve economic development. At the war's end, with the Soviet threat defeated, the military junta returned their political and military control over to the respective Allied states. The United States also helped in keeping the peace throughout contested areas and territories as pro-Soviet uprisings ignited. In time, the European Alliance formalized into a multinational treaty organization. The balance was not to last for long, however, as several years later the Russians launched a massive invasion on the United States and, not long after, attacked Europe itself through Ukraine. The Third World War had at that point begun in Europe as well.

Official description

The Euro Alliance relies heavily on high-tech weaponry provided to them by SteinsTech, a research group led by the late Albert Einstein’s protégé, Siegfried. SteinsTech has devoted itself to the further development of technology invented by Einstein for military applications. This means exotic weaponry such as chrono, weather controlling, prism, and mirage tech features heavily within the Alliance’s arsenal.

Due to the previous invasion of Europe by the Russians, the Alliance has always been wary for another attack, fearing retaliation from the Soviets once the Americans had ceased their occupation of Russia. This resulted in the focus on primarily defensive and supportive technology within European armies, designed to remove threats quickly and efficiently, while maintaining base operations without disruptions.[1]


Second World War

Third World War

Mental Omega War


The European Alliance relies heavily on high-tech weaponry provided by SteinsTech and focus mainly on defensive and support tactics. It follows the doctrine of effective retaliation while reducing the losses of its own forces. Some exclusive units such as Archon AMCs and Thor Gunships are designated to stand their ground as long as possible with their tough armor, while units like Mirage Tanks and Charon Tanks focus on rapid reaction before their opponent can break through.

The European Alliance employs advanced technologies such as prism, chrono and weather manipulation technology to turn the tides. The Force Shield support power renders any building invulnerable for a short period of time, while the Lightning Rod serves as a backup power source when faced with a blackout, allowing European bases to quickly recover from power plant losses without compromising their defensive perimeter.

On the other hand, European Alliance units are usually slow and do mediocre damage. Most of their support powers focus on pure defense, making them somehow short of powerful attack methods compared to their other Allied counterparts.







Support powers


See also

External links

  1. Allied Information page on the official Mental Omega website