With the Paradox Engine hiding over the Atlantic, Yuri prepares a Psychic Amplifier to revert the effects of Pacific Front actions in America, steal the Weather Controller and use it to destroy the Engine. Special Agent Tanya, accompanied by an unusual ally, is chronoshifted nearby to take it out.
- Mission description

Paranoia is the eighth Allied Act Two campaign mission.


Despite the Commander's successful defense of the Weather Controller in the Virgin Islands, it seemed the Allies weren't out of the woods just yet. Intelligence reported that Yuri set up a Psychic Amplifier in the Amazon Rainforests of Brazil, which he very likely planned to use to control the entire Pacific Front outpost along with the Weather Controller. Failing that, however, it would appear that the next step of Yuri's master plan is another set of Tactical Nuclear Silos that were also deployed in the vicinity, likely to be aimed at the Weather Controller if the Amplifier fails, leveling the base entirely with no survivors. Most likely, both silos would have to be destroyed at the same time, to prevent the other from firing as an immediate response to the other's failure.

While sending in the Chrono Legionnaire would make simultaneous removal of the targets easy, Siegfried expressed concern over potentially letting the Chrono Backpack fall into Yuri's hands through mind control. With the option of the Chrono Legion not on the table, Special Agent Tanya and Norio Tomokawa, who rejoined the Allied forces and proved himself in battle, volunteered their services to taking care of the threat. Taking into account that EVERYTHING WOULD BE OUT TO GET THEM in the jungle, the Commander began keep his senses sharp.


Making way to the silos

No sooner have Tanya and Norio arrived at Amazonas Rainforest by chronoshifting a Humvee than they received the bad news, and they were told to destroy two Tactical Nuke Silos first simultaneously, making sure that Epsilon wouldn't launch them and target the Weather Control Device and the Paradox Engine after the Psychic Amplifier was destroyed. While the duo began to take action, PsiCorps was paradroping a large amount of infantry, including Archers, Initiates and especially Brutes. Being awared of everything here was out to get them, the duo swept them in no time. Then, they continued going and Tanya dealt with the anti-air unit such as Gatling Cannons and the Chimera Cores that Norio cannot detect Gatling Tanks hiding near them. Norio dealt with most ground Epsilon forces, for example, the Inferno Towers, and also the Invaders and the Basilisks patrolling in this area and Duneriders, Viruses on cliffs instead. During the battle continues, the Intel said that he won't miscalculate again like the last time, and warned the duo that there were some Shadow Tanks hiding everywhere and Gehenna Platforms, which Norio must avoid them so that he wouldn't be chased by their Dybbuk-Interceptors. Tanya destroyed them after they get this warning, and finally the southwestern path was clear. Surprisingly they found a heal crate and start clearing the northeastern path. They also found assistance that an elite Sniper joined the team.

A Toxic Strike happened as soon as the duo arrive at an Epsilon Ore Refinery, but it was missed by the duo. Destroyed several Invaders and Basilisks, they headed towards the north and a small Confederation base controlled by Epsilon was discovered after they acrossed a bridge. After that, four Viruses were paradropped at the chronoshift site and more and more paratroopers were coming. Tanya chose to destroy Flak Cannons and Halftracks and that for Norio was Tesla Coils and Desolators. All enemy units were purged, Norio went to the southwestern silo site and Tanya escaped from a new Toxic Strike. After the southwestern silo was destroyed by Norio, PsiCorps prepared to launch the another one in just about 60 SECONDS, Immediately Tanya destroyed that by C4. The nuke threat eliminated.

Ready to destroy Psychic Amplifier

With the silos gone, Yuri has no ace up his sleeve here. Before the duo going to the west, two groups of Brutes came, but failed to kill them. A CIA was found by Tanya and greeted to her during the way. Tanya found a Stryker IFV near a tunnel in central part, and creates a mobile rapid fire laser weapon. However, the task became harder when they reached a PsiCorps' outpost. They almost cannot hold on any longer unitl they found another heal crate next to a Nuclear Reactor. When the duo got the amplifier closer, they saw a big statue with its green eyes, and Norio destroyed it without doubt while Tanya took a Gehenna Platform near here down. They found lots of heal crates behind a cliff that the amplifier stood so that their step-by-step action became quite possible. With the statue, Gatling Cannons and Tanks and another units cleared out, they aimed at the Psychic Amplifier. Eventually, the amplifier downed and the mission accomplished, and the duo evacuated by a chronoshift.


Without this Amplifier, Yuri will no longer be able to steal the Weather Controller and use it against the Paradox Engine. The counterattack in the Americas will soon begin. We have also located a formidable Epsilon base near the Engine's current location.
- Battlefield report

With three threatening weapons vanished, the commander came back to Atlantic Ocean and continued commanding his forces to eliminate Epsilon in Africa. Soon, he received a new intelligence about a major Epsilon naval base in South Africa. It also acts as a communication hub for all Epsilon forces in the world. Due to capturing Radar Spires to target Yuri's headquarters, the commander set out to taking his great combat in Cape Town...

Difficulty changes

  • The countdown before the Psychic Amplifier activates differ from each difficulty. On Easy, it starts in 1:30:00, on Normal, 1:15:00, and on Mental, 1:00:00. Do note that the countdown is based from in-game, not real-time.




  • This mission is a remake of Paranoiac, a mission in 2.0.
    • There is an abandoned Allied Barracks located south of the Psychic Amplifier, which is a reference to Paranoiac.