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Before his death in 1923, Lenin writes a testament to the XII Party Congress denouncing Stalin's candidacy for General Secretary of the Soviet Union. The document is given to Lenin's wife Krupskaya, who presents it to the Congress herself. Stalin is stripped of his status and cast from influence within the Party. His adversary is elected in his place; a shrewd journalist with military experience and theories aligned closer with Lenin than with Stalin or Bakunin. Led efficiently and with confidence, the Soviet Union is set to realize the promises of its original constitution: To liberate an impoverished lower class and move toward a future free of famine, tyranny and unfathomable human loss.
The document quickly shifts Stalin's adversary Democratic Centralist Leon Trotsky into power: The Soviet Union shines during the Great Depression, causing the Communist Party to surge in popularity in the West. The German Fascists under Hitler are swiftly overcome by a mobilized and well-armed Red Army, those of which enjoy a service without the purges and peace-time deployments of Stalin. Post-war relations between the East and West depreciate as Trotsky's administration becomes a powerful threat to Western Capitalist systems.
It is now the 21st century, and the Soviet Union lives on
We are the 41st Guards Battalion, also known as the Soviets Airsoft Group. Resource and ideology wars pit the Eastern powers against the West, with a full escalation of the Cold War on the horizon. The 41st has been tasked with entering the United States through Alaska and Mexico to engage with Western and European contingencies as movements are made toward the Eastern American Coast.