The leading nation for the Asian Pacific Alliance (APA), using nothing but conventional warfare to over run their enemies.
Their leading advances include the devastating use of flame weaponry, attached to infantry units, artillery, and fighter jets alike. If enemy commanders last long enough, they may be greeted by China’s new Shenlong tank, a heavy flamethrower on treads.
China’s military doctrine promotes a strong pride for its military and nation, which can be improved with repeated bouts of nationalism. This encourages infantry armies to gain increased proficiencies and fight harder on the battlefield. Commanders who fight against these armies will need to be quick and decisive with their actions. The longer the fight goes on, the stronger the Chinese armies become.
With the help of the Chinese and their resources, the North Korean’s were able to expand and pride themselves on technology advancements, improving survivability and effectivity on the battlefield.
Such advancements include the beginning stages of railgun tanks, piercing multiple vehicles with every shot and reducing their ability to fight back. Minigunners replace common rifle infantry, mowing down aircraft with ease as they fly over them.
EMP tech is commonplace among their armies, either granting EMP missiles to Tank Hunter squads, or calling in specialized bombers to immobilize an entire army.
Commanders that group their armies together will often find difficulties facing the North Koreans, so a good amount of micromanagement is needed to keep your army in one piece.
Prior to China’s control of Vietnam, you would never see the Vietnamese operate in open battlefields. Their armies continue to use the elements to their advantage: any amount of forestry, unsavoury weather conditions, or tight and dangerous travel routes were used to bait armies to enter right into their traps and end them swiftly. Now, these tactics can be used in almost any element during a battle.
Using the same tactics commonly used under jungle warfare, commanders that believed held the upper hand soon found their armies eliminated with ease.
Snipers are the most efficient infantry unit the Vietnamese use, large groups on infantry eliminated with precision. Newly formed Disc throwers charge at tanks and throw their albeit small but heavy ordinance to halt vehicles. Mines are commonplace, unsuspecting or lone units often never return home to report their findings.
Any smart commander knows to watch every angle in both their armies and bases, you never know what they’ll hit next.