|The Bellato Union utilise machines and some magic in their culture. Renowned for their great mechanical minds, intelligence and hand-eye coordination, the Bellato can construct huge armoured battle mechs and weapons to use in the war. Though they are physically strong and intelligent, the huge gravitational energies from their home planet have left the Bellato with smaller builds. The Bellato are experienced traders and their financial minds and greed have driven the need to extend out to other planets, to colonize and claim resource. To expand to the rest of the universe, the Bellato have to ensure that the Novus Sector doesn't fall under the supremacy of the Accretia or Cora. This desire to expand and grow will no doubt leave the galaxy engulfed in turmoil and chaos.|
» Background Story
The mechanized equipment was initially produced for use in scientific progression, and was used on construction sites in the past and not for battle purposes. As the technology progressed, more diverse types of armour equipment were mass-produced and as the armour unit became more established it was placed into live battle zones.
Those early battles featuring the armoured machines saw some impressive victories for the federation. This led to the national defence expenditure increasing, with the army gearing towards producing more of the armour units. However, in the course of the Novus War, the armour unit’s previous criminal records coupled with a series of defeats in battle to the Accretian launcher units, saw the internal position of the unit's effectiveness within the army weakened. These defeats where largely as a result of the armoured units not being designed in consideration of the geographical features of the Novus Planet, but after the rights to manufacture was handed over to the civilian contractors, they were remodelled to suit the landscape of Novus.
As the efficiency of the armour units dropped due to the huge operational costs involved, the federation’s peace committee decided to close down the armour unit group. The armoured units can be divided into two types; one constructed as a field style unit and the other as a siege warfare unit. The Siege unit was very complicated to produce and required vast amounts of consumable resources, more than the federation could really sustain. The Field Armour unit in contrast was better suited to mass production as it was possible to produce them economically and for this reason they are more widely available. The committee then became unsure as to how to dispose of the units, so they decided that the civilians could dispose and trade the units at a low price, but a law was passed due to the powerful firepower of the units to ensure that they were not used outside of the army.