The story is shrouded in mystery...
MBV-707-F Temjin
At the beginning of the Virtual Century, Earth, long controlled by warring corporations, was perched on the edge of a new era of technology when the DN Group (Dyna-Tech and Nova Corporation) first discovered the mysterious Moon Gate.
By the year V.C. 96, only Enver IV, the most powerful stockholder in the DN corporation, began to realize the full potential of the Moon Gate. He was put in charge of the nine manufacturing plants which used the 'psychic energy' that had been collecting deep within the Moon Gate's V-Crystal. The Moon Gate itself later became known as Plant 0.
These Plants drew their power from the Moon Gate's V-Crystal and came to produce the greatest combat vehicles ever known: VIRTUAROIDS!
But stability within the DN Group ended when Enver IV, for reasons known only to himself, sold all nine plants to rival corporations. In the anarchy that possibly dangerous information relating to the original Moon Gate. Large scale conflicts ensued. Earth's contact with the Moon Gate was lost! And the DNA, the DN Group's newly formed Virtuaroid army, was splintered into two rival factions.
The year is now V.C. a4 and a single plant - the 9th Plant - has mysteriously vanished with the Tangram. It is believed that the Tangram could possibly control the 'laws of casualty", control the Moon Gate itself, and allow certain victory for the army that finds it!
You must choose sides as the DNA and RNA continue to fight for control of the nine Virtuaroid Plants. Choose sides! Find the missing 9th Plant and find the Tangram!!!
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