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The Corporation is a US-Sponsored black-ops group that has their mobile-headquarters upon the state-of-the-art spy ship Oregon, which is cleverly disguised as a hunk-of-junk tramp steamer. Its Chairman and CEO Juan Cabrillo, along with his group of mercenaries with a conscience, travel the world unhindered by normal laws, seeking out those that think themselves up-and-above the law.

The Oregon General Operations crew has had several experiences in ground and air combat. In The Golden Buddha, the General Operations crew went and screwed around in Asia, setting off an almost-war between Russia and China, and used this confusion to lend a hand to Tibetan rebels, and they all successfully shoved the Chinese out of Tibet and liberated the nation, while having convinced NATO to ratify the military coup. In The Sacred Stone, the Oregon Crew stops a Christianity vs. Islam world war from occurring, recovers a stolen nuclear missile, and disposes of a highly radioactive meteorite. In Dark Watch, the Oregon and Crew stamp out some modern-day piracy, human trafficking/slavery, and destroy a joint Russian-Chinese mining operation. In Skeleton Coast, the crew stops a revolution in the Congo, sparks a revolution in Zimbabwe, and saves the east coast of America from a really infectious illness. In Plague Ship, the crew fights off a bunch of Responsivists who plan to show the world how wrong they are with all the overpopulation.

In Corsair, the group rescues the Secretary of State from terrorists, and battle terrorists withing the Libyan government, alongside searching for an artifact that may bring a complete piece to the Middle East. In The Silent Sea, the group stops a multi-national conspiracy that wanted to turn Antarctica into a vast mining operation. In The Jungle, the crew battles the 'Al-Qaeda of the East' alongside fighting a sentient quantum computer. In Mirage, it turns out that the Philadelphia Experiment was not a hoax and that the biggest enemy of the US is going to auction off a 'stealthship' to the highest bidder. In Piranha, the Oregon and company fight against not only the Argentine Government but a traitorous American Weapons Designer who discovers the key to making ships sink without a trace.

Battle vs. Umbrella Corporation (by LB&SCR)[]

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Winner: The Corporation

Expert's Opinion[]

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To see the original battle, weapons, and votes, click here.

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