Index of Argyre Factions and Leaders

Factions and Leaders of Argyre

New Quarter Factions
Democratic civilian government, led by Mayor Kent McAlester.
Council of corporate representatives.

Old Quarter Factions
Government Factions
Permanent military garrison presence, refer to the Argyre Military Base file.
Temporary military presence, refer to the Hellstrom’s Hellions file.
Police presence, led by Sherif Matthew Lee.
Wolkehoffen Einrichtung, a military-industrial cooperation / collaboration initiated in early 3050.

Civilian Uprising Factions
Orange Council, led by political leader Chairman Ross Williams and chief organiser Secretary Robyn Hedley.

Map of argyre old quarter   post session 20

Worker’s Resistance Militia, overall leader by consensus Rene DuVal

  • (Multiple Zones) South Side led by Jacques Dubois, chief lieutenants Slab and Bishop. Currently incorporates the Marketers, the Fight Club Brassards, the Southern Vests, the Hospital Guards and remnants of the Roapers and the Masks. Identifying mark, official Strata militia ab/flak vests and orange gloves. Alternative name ‘The Fists’.
  • (Zone 1) The Roapers, one source (re-distributor) of military grade ordinance. Contesting their northern border with Headbands gang. Identifying mark, orange rope worn as belt and sash. Eliminated by military action targeting their weapons cache, remnants currently amalgamated into South Side. Discovered to be a puppet organisation under direction of Sons of Brion agent Min.
  • (Zone 2) Fight Club Brassards, controlling the area around the Argyre Military Base and The Drunk Rat Saloon. Lead by Slab. Identifying mark, orange brassard / armband. Currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 3) Known as the Headbands gang. Current leader is unknown, representatives were sent to Orange Council meetings. Identifying mark, orange headbands. Contesting their northern and southern borders, apparently attempting to control as much of the New Quarter border as possible. Eliminated by military action, remnants currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 4) Marketers, defending the market complex located on the easternmost landtrain route in the Old Quarter. Identifying mark, none (no set item, orange safety vests are most common).- Currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 5) Current name unknown, current leader unknown, heavily armed, one half of the armed power struggle resulting after the death of former zone leader Courtney. Contesting their northern and southern borders, apparently attempting to control as much of the New Quarter border as possible. Identifying mark, unknown. Eliminated by military action, remnants currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 6) Current name unknown, current leader unknown, heavily armed, one half of the armed power struggle resulting after the death of former zone leader Courtney. The southern half of their territory (south of the landtrain route) was formerly part of Courtney’s gangs turf, the northern half (north of the landtrain route) was captured from the North East Section. Contesting their northern and southern borders, apparently attempting to control as much of the New Quarter border as possible. Identifying mark, unknown. Eliminated by military action, remnants currently amalgamated into South Side
  • (Zone 7) Guards of the North East Section, led by Ben McNiel and chief lieutenant Graham Bayley. Profiteers and smugglers, rumoured to be a source of heavy weapons. With the elimination of the Roapers and Courtney, the North East Section appears to be the main current supplier of military grade weaponry. Their access to the main east-west landtrain route was cut off by the gang to the south pushing into their territory. Identifying mark, orange sash over the right shoulder. Subjugated due to the capture of their leaders to suppress smuggling activities. Currently administered directly by the Orange Council, counted as South Side territory.
  • (Zone 8) The Road Guard, attempting to control the landtrain route between the hospital (Zone 11) and the New Quarter. Allied to North East Section, contesting eastern border with unnamed heavily armed force there (Zone 6). Identifying mark, orange sash over left shoulder. Territory eliminated by contamination of water supply by Agent DC37. Currently administered directly by the Orange Council, counted as South Side territory.
  • (Zone 9) The Northern Vests, not contesting territory. Primarily occupied with ensuring supplies of food from their northern border with the lowlands. They were cut off from hospital access by the Road Guard. Identifying mark, none (no set item, orange safety vests are most common).
  • (Zone 10) Kelly’s Crew, bordering the hospital zone and the Orange Council zone, Kelly’s Crew formed around a landtrain crew stranded in Argyre. They were in Argyre while their landtrain was on another tour crewed by the second crew and they were on leave. Led by Ian Kelly who recruited other off-duty workers in his area and formed a militia to secure the area from being claimed by others and coming under their protection-racket or other arrangement. Well supplied and bordering the lowlands and the central landtrain route, not appearing to possess militarised weapons but equipped with small arms and militia vests. Identifying marks, orange loaders fatigues under fog-camo ab/flak vests.
  • (Zone 11) The Hospital Guards, dedicated to defending the main Old Quarter hospital. Identifying mark, orange medical bracelet. Currently allied with South Side but remaining independent.
  • (Zone 12) Orange Council Security, guarding the buildings they use for their base of operations and political consensus efforts.
  • (Zone 13) The Masks, attempting to hold the derelict zone north of the markets. Led by Anthony ‘Clint’ Clinton and lieutenant Kim Forbes. Notable fighter James ‘Edge’ Revell. Eliminated by military action in response to heavy weapons presence, remnants currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 14) The Southern Vests, who did not name themselves since they were not concerned with Worker’s Resistance Militia politics, were allied to the Brassards and attempted to keep food supplies moving into their area using their southern border with the lowlands. Currently amalgamated into South Side.
  • (Zone 15) Bayley’s Bootleggers, also known as Bayley’s Booters, led by Catherine Bayley and control the area around the southern portion of the central landtrain route. Openly operate as smugglers, and had done so before the uprising but covertly. Identifying mark, orange safety (anti-slip) boots.
  • (Zone 16) Bandanas hold a thin zone west of the central landtrain route. Relatively militant to any forces encroaching on their territory.
  • (Zone 17) Central Zone, also known as the ‘orange coats’, bordering the hospital district and the Orange Council holdings, backing onto a partly depopulated now-slum and zealously holding onto their western border along the central landtrain route. Well armed, numerous and armoured with militia vests. Identifying mark, field coats, lowlands high-visibility (orange) rain-proof gear.
  • (Zone 18) Orange Tower, led by Stephen Craft, occupying the territory between the crossroads under Rene DuVal’s control to the west and the Orange Council to the east. They have moderate and unreliable supply lines and have attempted various schemes to fund and support their zone including attempting to tax and toll traffic, then being bribed by Rene DuVal to stop doing that. Currently under negotiation with the Orange Council and Samara Hellstrom to reactivate and renovate the abandoned Old Quarter Airship Docking Tower, and to revitalise the surrounding area.
  • (Zone 19) North Centre Zone, led by Byron Vance and bordering peaceful zones on all sized, sharing the central landtrain route north of the Orange Council zone. West of the landtrain route there is a sizeable residential area and they have taken in refugees from other areas of the Old Quarter. Identifying mark, orange ribbon worn as a badge over the heart and often another on the barrel of any long-arms. Noted absence of shoulder mounted missile launchers. Small arms and lightly armoured (neo-chainmail), no apparent access to military small arms or armour.
  • (Zone 20) North Gate, controlling the area around the western landtrain route north of the crossroad. Allied to Argyre Crossroads, North West Corner and West Gate. Led indirectly by Rene DuVal.
  • (Zone 21) North West Corner, sheltered by the Argyre Crossroads, North Gate and West Gate. The North West Corner is preferred for housing non-combatants from those four allied regions and supporting them. Only minimal defenders are required for this zone due to the three front-line surrounding zones. Led indirectly by Rene DuVal.
  • (Zone 22) West Gate, controlling the area around the east-west landtrain route west of the crossroad. Allied to Argyre Crossroads, North West Corner and North Gate. Led indirectly by Rene DuVal.
  • (Zone 23) Argyre Crossroads, centered on the intersection of the east-west landtrain route and the western landtrain route. Allied to North Gate, North West Corner and West Gate. Led directly by Rene DuVal. Southern border contested.
  • (Zone 24) The Chain Gang, led by Lois Hughes. Holding the embattled territory of the western landtrain route between the crossroads and the entry point to the south. Fighting the zone to the north and south fiercely, resisting Rene DuVal’s attempts to wipe them out and link up the southern portion of the western landtrain route with the crossroads and the routes west and north. The Chain Gang are known to extort the isolated slums to either side (Zone 26 and Zone 29) supplying food and some other supplies at vastly inflated prices. Identifying Marks, orange painted chains worn as belts.
  • (Zone 25) South Gate, holding the area where the western landtrain route enters Argyre. Allied to Rene DuVal’s bloc and led by Simon Smith. Northern border fiercely contested, and eastern border with the Jackers was guarded from previous (but not ongoing) encroachment.
  • (Zone 26) Several semi-united gangs, most often uniting to attempt to fend off common threats. An isolated zone locked-in by six other territories, sparsely populated and plagued by supply problems. Notably lightly armed and armoured, and weak in numbers.
  • (Zone 27) Jackers also known as ‘orange jackets’ and ‘hijackers’, led by Anna Crichton, this zone was ceased by force and cutting off the disorganised gangs north of them.
  • (Zone 28) Westerners, a relatively peaceful militia on the west of Old Quarter bordering the lowlands. Able to cut cross-country to the east-west landtrain route and with a cease-fire agreement with West Gate to the north. Have steady supply routes from outlying mines attempting to keep their company headquarters supplied which is in this zone. Formerly landtrains would park on the edge of Argyre here rather than enter using the landtrain routes. Led by Esther Winford of Winford Mining. Identifying Marks, Winford Mining field cap (note, not orange).
  • (Zone 29) Several semi-united gangs, most often uniting to attempt to fend off common threats. An isolated zone locked-in by six other territories, sparsely populated and plagued by supply problems. Notably lightly armed and armoured, and weak in numbers.
  • (Zone 30) The South West Corner, led by David Adams of Adams Shipping, the zone borders the lowlands. Able to cut cross-country to the western landtrain route. Have steady supply routes from Adams Shipping landtrains attempting to keep their company headquarters supplied which is in this zone. Formerly landtrains would park on the edge of Argyre here rather than enter using the landtrain routes. Identifying Marks, Adams Shipping uniforms (note, not orange).

Worker’s Liberation Movement led by Collett Durand

New Orange Union led by Paul Hines.

Grey Party apparently led by Mist-Dreamer Blue-Stream

North Quarter Factions
Eisen Mining corporate enclave, led by Executive Vice President David Smith

South Quarter Factions
Larsson-Baxter Mining dominated extension of the New Quarter with some presence by other corporations. Led by CEO Brett Baxter and CEO Melissa Larsson.

Index of Argyre Factions and Leaders

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