The old ways are over. I make my own way.
Jacob Holn, War Veteran
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The vast lands of Valgora have born witness to numerous groups of citizens rallied together for certain causes. Political groups and coalitions form to improve or remove government, religious organizations gather to honor a god or belief system, while merchants band together to protect shipments and increase profits. Regardless of the reason, certain groups proper while other flounder. Below are some of Valgora's more notable organizations.

Companies & CorporationsEdit

These notable merchant enterprises have a grand effect on the current society of Valgora.


The Allied Broadcasting Network is the largest news and entertainment television network in the world, servicing the entire United Allied States with offices in every major city.

Allied CyberneticsEdit

The leading designers and developers of state-of-the-art robotics and other cybernetic items.

Curry CorpEdit

The Curry Corporation is a multi-national conglomerate with a large share of the drilling, mining, and oil industries.

Grayson IndustriesEdit

A large, multi-national weapons manufacturing corporation willing to sell their goods to anyone willing to pay the price – including to both sides of any war.

Kovacs IncEdit

A large medical corporation with hands in numerous fields of medicine and medicinal equipment, Kovacs also has the most extensive genetic-research and alteration facilities within their control. The company has been experimenting with individuals of all species for decades, which has resulted in many new races.

The MarketEdit

The Market Stores International is the company behind the world’s current largest chain of grocery and general retail stores, with each being called simple The Market. Typical citizens of numerous countries get an overwhelming amount of their goods from these stores.

Criminal Gangs & GroupsEdit

The BrotherhoodEdit

Formed by members of the KKK and various other neo-Nazi white supremacy hate groups, The Brotherhood grew massively during and after the eugenics wars. This gang is known for their ruthless violence and preaches for a racial “purification” of the land.

Giacco FamilyEdit

A large mafia family that runs a globe-spanning crime syndicate with it’s hands in numerous industries.

Mendez CartelEdit

The largest Central American, Latin-ran drug smuggling family, the Mendez Cartel is proficient at border passing and trafficking in controlled substances. Their amassed wealth has provided them with friends in numerous positions of power within the Latin Coalition. They have familial connections with members of the Mayans gang in the North American west.

Sons of AnarchyEdit

A gunrunning outlaw motorcycle gang in the North American west, the Sons of Anarchy were in a perfect position to benefit from the world’s social-order decline. Since the last of the great wars, their numbers and power has grown massively.

Military Organizations & MilitiasEdit


A paramilitary corporation, Blackwood leases out its services under contract to countries or other clients who can afford and require them. The company is full of ex-military or police, and they typically provide protection, patrol services, or extraction. Rumors persist of clandestine activities being done if the price is right.

Political Parties and GroupsEdit

Religious Movements and OrdersEdit

The Valgorian OrderEdit

Followers of Jason Valgora, these individuals may be the last true hope for a decadence and violence-free society. Living in sects throughout ever country and across every land, these peaceful petitioners spread a belief based in acceptance and peace.

Sporting Leagues and OrganizationsEdit

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