|Military||APA Military (亚太联军)|
|Formed from||Eurasian Unity League|
|Conflicts||Second GLA War|
|The following is based on the cancelled game Generals 2 and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
The Asia-Pacific Alliance(abbreviated APA) is a coalition of Pacific Rim nations organized around China and a unified Korea. It is the third faction to be revealed for Generals 2. It was created under more or less the same concept as China from the first Generals game, with cheap and plentiful units. It upgrades in a centralized technology headquarters.
After the Global Liberation Army was defeated in Europe by China, Europe and China formed an alliance known as the Eurasian Unity League. However, between Zero Hour and Generals 2, unknown circumstances led to the fragmentation of the League.
The Asia-Pacific Alliance was formed soon after, with China and a unified Korea at its centre. Initially a fragile coalition due to internal conflicts, the Alliance ultimately solidified into a global superpower, largely thanks to General Xiao Ri, a prominent Chinese field commander during the First GLA War, who suppressed dissent and drove out rebels.
For ten years, the APA reigned virtually unchallenged as the single most powerful geopolitical faction in the world. However, ten years of peace has left it stagnating, leaving it lagging behind the upstart European Union in terms of technology.
In 2023, the APA finds itself challenged from all sides: an increasingly expansionist EU continues to flex her muscles, while a series of bloody uprisings take place within key EU and APA satellite states, supposedly orchestrated by a reorganized GLA, though eyewitnesses claim that they possess technology far beyond the reach of any normal terrorist organization.
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