The different groups within Espionage Wars are referred to as factions. Factions can vary greatly in nature such as being private military corporations, arms manufacturers and security forces, to drug runners or religious cults. Despite faction differences, most factions maintain armed forces of some description, allowing them to pursue or defend their interests across the globe.
The complete list of active factions can be found in the "Active Factions" category.
If you wish to remove yourself from the game, whether permanently or to just take a break, please remove your faction's article's "Active Factions" tag and replace it with, "Inactive Factions"
Inactive factions are factions that have not been updated by their owners for an extended period of time. Inactive factions have no effect on active players and can not be destroyed or taken control of by others. Players with an inactive faction may resume control of them at any time, but may be forced to re-deploy due to changes to the world map.
If your faction is tagged as inactive, and this was in error or you wish to return, simply remove the "Inactive Factions" category tag, and replace it with "Active Factions" tag, along with the thread version (i.e., "V5 Factions").
Factions on this list have been booted from the game and blacklisted due to either the owner continually violating the rules or by community vote.
NPC factions represent other ‘established’ forces such as a countries armed forces or the United Nations. NPC factions may be interacted with, but may not be eliminated or allied with. NPC factions are controlled by the current game supervisor.
- Global Reporting Network
- United Nations
- European Union