The Eurasian Alliance has spent decades, centuries, playing catch up
to the Atlantic Federation and the Pacific Rim Coalition. Some lessons
they learned quickly, and applied their uniquely Russian skills to. One
such success is the creation of the Mechograd cities. These cities are a
mirror of the Federation's Castles Avalon, and a conventional
mechadrome on a massive scale. The traditional mechograd layout is a
geofront burrowed into the Russian permafrost, with a megascale spomenik
central monument. Unlike the Federation's central arco serving as a
residential zone and the industrial sectors buried, the artistic central
spomenik houses the industrial, intelligence, and military operations
while the residents of the mechograd live on the surface in a sort of
gulag-chic sprawl. The mechograds lack defensive walls or towers, and
rely on their defensive armies, remote locations, and environmental
Kobalevsky was built under the guidance of the massively wealthy and
powerful Kobalevsky family. They used contracts bulding bogatyr
paramecha, superheavy tanks, and other heavy support gear to finance the
construction of the facility. Once built, Mechograd Kobalevsky turned
its attention inward towards become not just the leading mech
manufacturer in the Neo-Soviet empire, but the most profitable one. The
Bureau over Kobalevsky had the dream of becoming to mecha what
Mikoyan-Gurevich was to aerospace fighters.
The Iron Line of Defense for Mechograd Kobalevsky comes from its
cadre of custom and prototype mecha, bogatyrs, and super heavy tanks.
The fields around Mechograd are littered with the remains of destroyed
mecha and other vehicles, even the wrecks of ships that attempted to
breach the city defenses. Any force attempting to drop and strike
against the facility has to run a gauntlet of debris, concealed weapons,
mines, drones, and a waiting force of defenders annoyed to be left on
The premiere defenders of the Mechograd are the unique superheavy
mecha that Kobalevsky have built. Where most such war machines seldom
reach 100 tons, and never really surpass it, many of the superheavies
Kobalevsky have built have reached as much as 200 and 250 tons,
bristling with weapons and armor, with mobility being incredibly low.
The terrifying K-41 mounted a pair of cooling plants on its shoulders,
based on atmospheric processing tech, that allowed it unprecedented heat
dissipation. With the two massive dimensional freezers on it's
shoulder's, K-41 was able to mount a terrifying array of eight particle
cannons and could fire them at will. It was sometimes paired with the
equally frightening K-42, which was only a few tons heavier, but had
four large lasers, and the ability to launch hundreds of missiles in a
There are only three Kobalevskys that matter in the history of the company: Ilya, Vladimir, and Alexander.
Ilya Kobalevsky founded the original factory, where it manufactured
heavy industrial equipment. He would go on to found a dynasty that would
become one of the most important and wealthy in the Eurasian Alliance.
Vladimir Kobalevsky made the prudent decision to take the family business from making industrial and construction equipment into military contracting, swapping bulldozers for tanks.
Alexander Kobalevsky is the current scion of the house and has made an impressive name for himself by, of all things, becoming a mecha gladiator, and using Kobalevsky mecha to fight in tournaments. This has driven the company to design better and better mecha, competing against industrial groups who build one of a kind war machines.
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