Exiled NCR Forces

The exiled NCR forces have found a new home in the Frontier. They’ve taken residence in an abandoned military airport. For once, after dealing with the harsh conditions of the Frontier, fortune has smiled upon them.
Inside the hangars were prototype vertibirds and military equipment laying disused. The NCR began experimenting and refurbishing these prototypes for their use. When they realized how much more advanced these prototypes were, they began to dig deeper into the Frontier. Slowly and almost eerie similar to the obsession of Brotherhood of Steel, the NCR were attracted to any prewar technology hidden in the Frontier.
The Exiled NCR believed that there were even more hidden secrets lying deep in The Frontier. Any secret discovered can give these NCR forces the upper hand. General Blackthorne has heavily invested in outfitting and upgrading his troop’s weapons and equipment. He knew they were close to being a formidable force.
Once they reclaim the lost relics of the old world and push out the Legion from the region, they will begin the long trek back to the Mojave. At long last, order will finally be restored in the Mojave.

The XXe Legion

Over the years serving in the NCR, Captain Marcus Atkins tried to believe that they were actually fighting for a cause. After watching his friends die, he lost faith in the NCR. To him, the NCR was festering with greed and corruption. The only way to cure this disease was to completely annihilate the NCR and begin anew.

One night, Atkins deserted the NCR. He fled north away from NCR held territory. He was devastated after learning his former squad was summarily tried and executed for crimes against the state. The NCR was using his former unit as an example to anyone who had thoughts about deserting the NCR. Filled with grief and regret, he wandered further north and arrived at the Frontier. He hoped the harsh environment would finally grant him the peace of death. Unfortunately, fate had other plans for him…

He stumbled upon people living in the region. They called themselves Scavengers. Atkins was surprised that anyone could survive yet alone an entire faction in the Frontier. These people were determined, tough and loyal to each other. He told them tales of the Mojave and how much a place it was to live in. He told them the NCR was choked with corruption and they had to be rooted out before any of them could live comfortably in the Mojave. The only force strong enough to do so was the Legion…

Before long, the Scavengers and the Legion began to exchange emissaries. Caesar even took a step further and offered the Scavengers that they can be assimilated into the Legion. A small platoon of Legion soldiers arrived in the Frontier to teach them how to fight and the traditions of the Legion. No longer the captain of the NCR, he was now known as the Praetorian Marcus Valerius I.
He would lead the Scavengers and together with the Legion they will eradicate the NCR.

As if yet another twist of fate for Valerius, a sizeable force of an NCR has arrived at the other end of the Frontier. He saw this as his opportunity to strike back, planning to push the NCR all the way back to the Mojave and retake his home.


Prospectors, thieves, murderers… does any of that matter now?
Only the fittest and strongest survive in the Frontier. Scavengers can work alone or team up with others to increase their chances of survival. They’re extremely loyal to one another, yet the arrival of the Legion and NCR has split them.
Some trust the Legion, Some trade with NCR, and some hate both sides for ruining their own peace.


Someone has to do the job.
Not only scavengers, not only traders, slavers are part of this world. they trade humans to who ever want some. Fight arenas, whorehouses, farms, they sell slaves to anyone that will pay the price for some. They are also always in research of new ones…