The Sogarat Tempest Regiment is one of the oldest and most prestigious regiments of the Morat Aggression Forces. Their function is simple: attack, defeat and, as their name suggests, sweep the enemy from the battlefield through aggressive and extreme use of maximum fire power. The Sogarat are a unit of terrestrial tactical superiority, the ideal of the Morat Infantry. It’s the regiment that has won the most Sotaraks – confrontations for the honor of leading a battle. Its headquarters are full of trophies summing up a violent Morat history, and they are the pride of their race. Being a unit in constant active service, and with the high number of missions they are charged with, any member who survives a year of service is decorated with the prized badge ‘Badirak’ (Act of Sacrifice). The regiment has a strict and implacable selective recruiting policy: to serve with the Sogarats is a desired honor for all Morat soldiers. There is no worse disgrace than that of he who cannot achieve the unit’s high expectations, thus handing over his armor and identifying emblems. The Sogarats are considered the undisputed kings among all other Morat units. None dares compare to them. Confrontations with this regiment end almost immediately. They crush every unit they face, without batting an eyelid. They exercise an undeniable and deserved dominance. They are a mythical formation, protagonists of legendary deeds. Nothing scares a regiment who embodies the virtues of war, military compromise, warlike ambition, and martial honor. They answer the call to honor and put all of their fury and energy into pursuit of their assigned mission. They stare into an enemy’s eyes and act directly and brutally, without hesitation, as the traditional canon of Morat Aggression Forces commands.