WATCHER FACTIONS -
The shape of a Tngris' 'heart' is very close to the national symbol of Mongolia. The Soyombo symbol means "self-created" and is derived from the Sanskrit "Svayambhu". The Tngri constitute the highest class of Deities in Mongolian Shamanism.
The external shell of the Tngri 'hearts' are made mostly from Cryolite which causes their energy to glow with a bright neon yellow colour.
The Tngri faction commands' nomenclature follows the Deity pattern and are all named after prominent Gods from Mongolian Shamanism.
An up and coming Balor is Arshi, named after the Hermit God associated with Mongolian fire rituals.
The most impressive Tngri Arawn is Dayisun, named after the Mongolian God of war.
Taking control of the Tngri 'home' planet is the Ayrmid Sülde, named after the equestrian war God.
Ruling over the Tngri faction is the Scahach Qormusta, named after the chief of the 99 Tngri and leader of the 33 Gods.