Time to get started on this episode. Let's see if we don't end up pissing each other off when creating this episode.
When on a trip to a nerd's convention on Planet Mugioh, the Heroes Act talk about the families known as Huncus and Armatage as two weapon-manufacturing families that have had a 190-year corporate feud with each other even after the death of their founders. Now the two families try to get along with each other, having the same corporate successes and have a hold over a hundred worlds in the AUU. They even discover that a popular branch in the Beofynzeny System has been unknown for over 25 years as it was surrounded by a red Micro-Dyson Sphere that protected it from the Villains Act, especially the Planet Uridia which was the origin place of the U-Tech Armatage Weapon line, and was the only unknown sellers of such weapons. But when they analyze one of the U-Tech weapons and how it has similarities to a Huncus weapon, they stumble upon a conspiracy that might mean that the two families might be fighting again. They investigate through both companies' current presidents, Clinton Armatage and Atrick Osse Huncus, and that they have had no idea about this as they were so busy to not notice the similarities. Thus, this may turn out to not just be protection against villainy and crime, but as protection from heroes as well considering there MAY be evil within. Thus, discovering that the system's shield only allows Armatage Corporation ships to enter, they bring all their vehicles in an Armatage Cargo Ship to sneak inside and investigate. They discover that it is a living hellhole "on par with Borderlands", as the two families there are indeed fighting, but not because of rivalry, but because the system's branch had been taken over by a greedy adopted descendant of the Armatage family by the name of Awesome Jaxtom. He had taken over the branch, turned it into a corporatocracy, and gained control over most of the system, and thus the Huncus branch formed a rebellion to end it as the result of the corporatocracy not just stealing their technology, but also by stealing their facilities thanks to clever manipulation of the technology gained from underground vaults left behind by ancient Teadr 1-like beings called the Uridians, which were from this system. Jaxtom took over because of the fact that he had big ideas for his family's company, but when he was denied the chance due to controversy, he forced the issue by crippling his father, betraying his two polygamy families, and selling them out or doing whatever he wanted to them as they refused to play ball, and thus, despite keeping to his word of making the company better, he did it at a cost, forcing everyone to follow through with lies and conspiracy to the rest of the people of the system, maintaining their loyalty through it's public police force, the Phaseforce, through their corrupt usurper Commandant Steelea, and doing private fights against his enemies through his Armatage Armed Forces (AAF) consisting of mind-controlled people and Loader-like robots. With the Heroes Act being accompanied by the Lodgers thanks to request to the Grand Council, the heroes decide to find a way to end Jaxtom's reign of terror and restore peace within the Beofynzeny System. But they discover that Deadpool is there as well after killing an other-worldly mercenary posing as him as he was stuck there for a few weeks as it was 'a system that spoke his language' and he couldn't resist violating the limits of his work to go there, and was this close to escaping until he met the Lodge who conveniently came in, and thus he joins their cause to stop Jaxtom, especially since he was seeking to kill him himself, and now because of 'teacher's pets', he has to clearly back down on such a punishment. However, Jaxtom is not going to let his power die so easily as he places the entire system under the Quarantine Initiative, shutting down the OmniNet connection and anything reliable for the heroes to succeed unless they heed his orders to surrender, which they still refuse, sending the AAF and the Phaseforce after them as they are always able to track their location and demeans them wherever they went. Thankfully, with help from some new allies fighting against Jaxtom, the allies of the fabled Vault Seekers in Fyregem who had been under Jaxtom's control for a whole year thanks to Steelea, they discover that Jaxtom is indeed vulnerable. They state that the Quarantine Initiative is an advanced form of jamming as it only retains OmniNet connections and power for him as it has control over the system's robotic and artificial forces, especially since much of it is done through some kind of AI construct guarded heavily by Steelea and the AAF. Should they destroy that, it will compromise Jaxtom's control and leave him with little control over not just his robots and mind-controlled victims including the Vault Seekers, but also his dozens of backup plans he has in store which can be activated anywhere by him and his robot army. Then that will leave them with a chance to deactivate the rest of Jaxtom's control, leaving him completely powerless save for certain creations. But throughout their journey, they discover more including the fact that the AI construct actually contained one of Jaxtom's half-breed daughters, Wenby Armatage, who was thought to be dead, but was acting as the corrupt Vault Seekers' 'Guardian Angel' who guided them through their quest to find all 88 Uridian Vaults so Jaxtom can claim them as they constantly interfered in such a quest before being mind-controlled, and upon her release, she explains her father's back story. However, despite her being hooked up to the OmniNet, she has no memory of what happened afterward. As they free more of his family and friends, they discover more, and eventually find the key to defeating him once and for all. But Jaxtom is still not giving up as he offers a huge reward for any criminals and bandits within the system who can bring them to him. So, with Jaxtom doing any and all that he can to ensure that his rule is secure, will our heroes succeed?
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