Temple of the Moon Knights (TUE)

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The Most Worshipful Order of Brave Fellows of the Lunar Temple
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Parchment of the Temple
General
Playstyle
Faction Colour Lunar Blue
Type TUE Concordiatverse Minor Faction
Dev. Status Conceptual

Call her moonchild.
Dancing in the shallows of a river.
Lovely moonchild.
Dreaming in the shadow
of the willow.

- Moonchild, King Crimson

The Temple of the Moon Knights or just the Moon Knights is a minor faction of the Concordiatverse within "The Universal Emergency" multiverse.

Background

The Sacred Islands

Great Pan is Dead!

Fates of the Oracle

Legion of the Luna Templars

Structures

Knights of Delos

Golden Kite Flock Mechanical automatons modeled after the Stymphalian Birds of myth, the Golden Kite swoops across the battlefield to aid the Moon Knights in combat. Besides having deadly talons to claw away at foes with, the Kite can also shoot out razor-sharp feathers from its metal wings which can pierce even the toughest of infantry armor.
Brave Fellow Squad Warriors of the Moon Knights' soldier caste, these modern knights charge into battle wearing specially-made, space age versions of medieval chainmail armor. Carrying semi-automatic shotguns with revolving cylinders, the Brave Fellows can blast through any opponent they come across. For more up close & personal combat situations, the Brave Fellow carries a rapier sword for stabbing away at foes.
Pythagorean
Numina
Delphi Augerer

Vehicles

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Airforce

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Navy

Mykonos PT Craft
Trireme
Charybdis Submarine

Behind the Scenes

  • The Moon Knights are inspired by multiple sources that are connected to knighthood. Visually they are Jedi Knights from Star Wars with a bit of the Grey Knights from Warhammer 40,000 (including a couple more of Space Marine chapters), culturally they value ancient Greek & Roman religious customs and real-life knightly orders. Their role is similar to the Avengers or S.H.I.E.L.D. from Marvel Comics, being public fighters against the terrorist organizations that worship "unnatural".