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==Rebels==
 
==Rebels==
The rebels are the primary antagonists of FTL. They are rebelling against the Federation for currently unknown reasons, and have almost destroyed it. As you progress through the sectors in FTL, you will be pursued by a rebel fleet which will follow you as you play. If you are caught by the rebel fleet, you will have to fight an elite fighter, which is a more powerful version of the rebel fighter. The most powerful enemy in FTL is the [[Rebel Flagship]], which is also the final boss.
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The rebels are the primary antagonists of FTL. They are rebelling against the Federation for currently unknown reasons, and have almost destroyed the Federation. As you progress through the sectors in FTL, you will be pursued by a rebel fleet which will follow you as you play. If you are caught by the rebel fleet, you will have to fight an elite fighter, which is a more powerful version of the rebel fighter. The most powerful enemy in FTL is the [[Rebel Flagship]], which is also the final boss.
  
Rebel ships can be identified by their orange hull and cyan stripes. Rebel crews are all human. The rebels also use AI ships, which are dark gray robotic ships built by the rebels to scout ahead of the fleet. They have no oxygen room, so boarding them is dangerous.
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Rebel ships can be identified by an orange hull and blue stripes. They sometimes have drones. There are also ships known as auto-scouts, which are ships built by the rebels to scout ahead of the fleet. They have no oxygen room and therefore no crew, so boarding is inadvisable with these ships. They are identified by dark gray paint. Elite fighters can be found if the rebel fleet overtakes a beacon you are currently waiting at.
  
 
==Federation==
 
==Federation==
The Federation is composed of a group of [[races]] united in the galaxy to pose a great strength in numbers and are the main protagonists in FTL. You start as a Federation ship carrying information which is vital to the survival of the Federation, and must progress to the eighth sector to deliver it to the commander of the Federation fleet. It is known that the Federation treats races with equality, though the Slugs were discriminated against within it, allegedly on account of their secretive and conspiratorial character.
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The Federation is composed of a group of [[races]] united in the galaxy to pose a great strength in numbers and are the main protagonists in FTL. You star as a Federation ship carrying information which is vital to the survival of the Federation, and must progress to the eighth sector to deliver it to the commander of the Federation fleet. It is known that the Federation treat races with equality.
  
 
Federation ships have a white hull with orange stripes. Unlike other ships, Federation ships are only interacted with in distress beacon [[events]] and found as pirate ships.
 
Federation ships have a white hull with orange stripes. Unlike other ships, Federation ships are only interacted with in distress beacon [[events]] and found as pirate ships.
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Again, slaver ships have the same markings as pirate ships.
 
Again, slaver ships have the same markings as pirate ships.
 
==Civilians==
 
Civilians are people who don't really take either side and just want to stay out of the war. They have their own forces that defend them, however, they aren't heavily armed.
 

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