To start off, the Emerians are a deeply traditional people. They resemble Europe during the 14th century, and fiercely believe in honor and Chivalry, but in an fashion that strongly resemble how Vikings or Samurai viewed these principles: glory and honor through bloodshed and battle. Furthering this, these people look on battle as the British did during World War II: Thousands of men armed with rifles, zerg rushing into an enemy fortress, overwhelming it with their enormous numbers. past engagements with Peaches, whom they despise even more than the Assyrian Empire ever could, have taught them to preserve their numbers, adapting to modern warfare, while keeping to their tradition, changing it where it needed to change. However, the Emerians never had to fight tanks before the Veil broke, they strongly believe the thought of hiding in a giant chunk of metal is a very, very, cowardly action, despite realizing the advantages. They have only recently begun to realize and adapt to the Universe around them.
Now, because of their traditions, the Emerians still believe in thousands, millions, and now billions of troops being deployed onto the field at any one given time, making the Emerians very valuable to factions relying on nearly endless amounts of Cannon fodder. The Emerians swap their numbers for technology. Despite their traditions, the Emerians desire to be on an equal footing with other factions in the universe. They just two things: To destroy all peaches in the universe, and a faction to show them the way, and lead them to glory. They believe that this faction is the Assyrian Star Empire, whom they annoy by following their actions like a lost dog, following their defeat on a planet called Atlantia.