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This wiki is a fan-made backup for the Paradox Mod Wiki.

I learned that their Wiki was down one day, so I decided to backup some of the pages I could find.

If the mod's leaders - Sketch or Ferris, want this to be taken down, I won't hesitate to do so.

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Recent News

Keep in mind! April 27th, 2016

Many, many units have voice scripts already written for them on the Suggestions page... some of them are even canon! If anyone is looking to contribute, but would rather not write their own content, moving the more complete scripts to their respective pages would help tremendously. Now, not all of those quotes are actually decent... so don't feel obligated to transcribe some of the cringier stuff. Also, a few of the canon voice scripts may be a little bare: if you choose to add some lines of your own, make sure the CANON quotes are italicised.

In addition, we should consider adding short italicised blurbs to the top of the quote boxes which describe general age, personality, tone, inflection, regional accent, and whatever other quips and quirks that make each unit unique. The trick here is communicating our ideas in a more or less standardised way... but I think conventions like that will develop themselves over time.

One more thing before I forget: Paradox uses European spelling. If you catch yourself typing like a cowboy, just change some of those Z's to S'es. No biggie.

- Dentedhelm

Future TechReference April 21st, 2016

Some basic information of what exactly is going on here:

When the backup wiki was put up, several images were lost, links were busted, that kind of thing. Many of you have worked on that, so good job!

The most ambitious (and/or controversial) thing at the moment is adding

Quote boxes at the bottom of unit pages. Canon RA3 units feature full dialogue, and some Paradox units like the Beagle or the Riot Agent have some quotes already written by team Paradox. However, the vast majority of units have no script. Giving these units a voice should be done under a fan fiction banner with the understanding that what you write is open to public revision.

At the time of this writing, Allied infantry-- sans the Rocketeer-- have mostly complete quote boxes for anyone interested in referencing. Simply copy the section in the Source editor and paste it in another article to add a Quote section. A Quote template is on the way.

Again, if anyone wants those sections removed, just say the word.

- Dentedhelm

Lost, But Not Forgotten! April 21st, 2016

Paradox may not be developing, but that's no excuse to let the lore die! The world Infinity Realms developed is intricate and full of potential. Now incompletely housed on the backup wiki, it's our jobs as fans to make sure the articles are complete and the discussion is flowing. This isn't the Echoes Production Wiki; if you choose to tweak something, it should be unobtrusive and/or supportive.

Naturally, Sketch, R3ven, or Ferris have the final say on anything we do. Their word is God, and we stand ready to take down whatever we put up if they so will it. Additionally, we should ensure that whatever we do is seamless and up to snuff to the great examples set before us.

- Dentedhelm

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July 4, 1969: Confederate Revolutionaries invade Washington, D.C.

September, 1969: Last Allied forces withdraw from continental United States of America.

December, 1969: While digging tunnels deep beneath the sands of modern-day Iran, the Global Liberation Army breaches an enormous cavern miles deep.

March, 1970: A secret joint venture between the Mediterranean Syndicate and a yakuza group in Japan succeeds in uploading a human mind into a computer with 99% retention of memory, personality, and cognitive ability. This quasi-AI is designated "Oni."

July, 1970: FutureTech employees successfully reverse-engineer an Imperial AI program.

August 24, 1970: In the Aleutian Islands, representatives of the Soviet Union and Confederate Revolutionaries meet in secret. An agreement is reached: the Imperial presence in Alaska and Siberia will be violently expelled. Operation Northern Light scheduled to begin in December.

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When the Talon mobilizes for war, they call upon these soldiers to travel to their side and fight for them. The average community probably contains two or three of these secret warriors; old war veterans, respectable young churchgoers, unassuming businessmen, using various clubs and societies to train and recruit new members. When the call goes out, hundreds or even thousands of them can converge on the field, grouping together once again under the banners of the Talon.

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