After drifting for so long on the Forums, reading the major faction's lore and history, I have decided to Carve into Stone the history of the Emerian Empire. The following is as recorded in the Red Moth.
In the beginning, there were large factions, that each inhabited one planet each (Vamtopia, Evon, and Skarl). They were the Vamtopians (Lived on Vamtopia, which later became the Emerian capitol world), the Vaktovians, and the Dales (Or Daleks, as the others called them). The Vamtopians were them Imperial economic powerhouse, the Vaktovians the mercenary, and the Daleks, (What we Doctor Who fans know them to be) the hostile and racist robotic trash cans of death that gave the Emerians their start on advanced Technology.
They warred constantly, killing to no end. Then some in the Vamtopian High Council realized their folly in their constant and incessant warring. they easily pushed the motive of unification through the Vamtopians, but not through the others, thus leading to the War of Unification, in which the Vamtopians bought the services of the Vaktovians, used them to force the Daleks to surrender, and finally opened their eyes to the erroneous wars they fought. Once the came to, the Vaktovians unified with the Vamtopians, becoming the Republic of Gameria.
But the Daleks would not easily sway to the new regime.
They demanded to have 15 Dalek officials in the High Council, to rule over the other members, as a sign of their superiority over the Mini figs of Vaktovia and Vamtopia. They refused these outrageous demands, and the long War of Succession was fought, resulting in the Daleks either fleeing or being completely destroyed. The bitter wasr destoryed and ravaged most of the empire, but those that remained of the Daleks agreed to unify, and they became the Emerian Empire, A very large mercenary imperial faction ruled by an Emperor and High council.
(More to come soon)
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You must use only medieval pieces.
The Lego briks must have been manufactured between the 5th to the 15th century.