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BR1: Operatives Guide
In 2089, bio-engineered apes, enhanced and bred to obey humans, were created for low-cost manual labor. Despite protests, the Great Ape Project received multi-billion dollar grants, and by 2100, over 1000 apes were distributed in industrial fields. In 2133, these genetically modified apes form a significant part of the manual labor force, handling tasks traditionally avoided by humans.
Playing as a BR1: Ape Operative provides the highest Earnings Retention Bonus of all Operatives. Extra bonuses may be granted to those who play with a Legendary Ape Operative.
Government-produced droids, sometimes sentient and remotely controlled, are militarized robots primarily used for perilous tasks. Made from rare high-density alloys, they're exclusive to the government and the wealthy, participating in the BR1 Games. Unlike Apes, Droids are immortal and easily controlled, serving in military, police, and hazardous roles. Programmed to function independently, they lack personal opinions.
Playing as a BR1: Droid Operative provides a high Earnings Retention Bonus. Extra bonuses may be granted to those who play with a Legendary Droid Operative.
In the dystopian society of 2133, controlled by tyrannical leaders with hyper-capitalistic goals, life is harshly divided by factions. Quality of life depends on class and political affiliations, with everyday people struggling for survival amid limited resources and job opportunities. The vast gap between social classes fuels protests and desperate actions, pushing some to participate in the brutal BR1 for fame, money, or sheer survival.
Playing as a BR1: Human Operative provides a lower Earnings Retention Bonus. Extra bonuses may be granted to those who play with a Legendary Human Operative.
Humans have yet to be released