Post news RSS Updates: Warriors of the Cause Part 3

This is an update about the new GIN infantry with some backstory.

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Retreating the stronghold to the north, NATO security force has now fortified itself within the base. Towers are full of sentries and snipers. Gates guarded by heavy armour. Guns ready to blast at sighted GIN forces.

A map displaying territory factions control over the Middle East (4/7/2018)


Suffering casualties, the GINGF has brought in support to recover the lost and deal with the enemy.



GIN "Madfai (or Bombardier)" squad is the long-range fire support team of GINGF. They provide indirect fire and cover support for ground troops. Their static nature and the range of their weapon makes them extremely venerable to most threats on the battlefield if left unguarded.

Armaments: BM-41 82mm mortar with deployable bipod.
Body armours: None.


GIN "Museaf (or Medics)" squad is the combat ready medical unit of the GINGF. They provide first aid and AED support for ground troops while being able to conventionally survive the harshness of the battlefield.

Armaments: AK-47 assault rifle and RDG-5 grenades.
Body armours: None.
Extra Equipments: Stolen first aid kit and field-deployable AED.
Capture time: 32 seconds.


GIN "Muhandis (or Engineers)" squad is the combat ready engineering unit of the GINGF. They provide mine detection and field repair for damage vehicles in combat. They maybe upgraded with homemade satchel charge for demolition operations in place of the existing construction shovel.

Armaments: Baikal MR-153 semi-automatic shotgun and homemade satchel charge (upgrade.)
Body armours: None.
Extra Equipments: Shovel and homemade welding tool.
Capture time: 32 seconds.

To be continued ...

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