The governments have gone wrong, continuously seeing bloodshed as the answer for all. They've begun to kill so much that there are now only a few powerful governments, and those are the ones with the biggest guns. There's no hope for a government hoping to simply be the smartest, or simply be the kindest, those without strength are squashed. Now that the super-powers have been established, they each want to control all. The three governments got ready to throw soldiers at each other, but government-free organization decided upon a better idea, one that would glorify the war while also removing the fear of death... at least for the viewers. This third party created a game... one that people could enter completely, and control the body in-game as if it were their own. They created a world, one in which three (or four, yet to decide on exact number, but may change from three or four even) countries could put people into to live, survive, and wage their war in while those at home may tune in and watch what would normally be barbaric, but in this case, the viewers don't know that they die for real when they die in the game. There was a condition, however, to have this glorified version of war, the creators wouldn't allow anyone to bring in any military. The war had to be waged by their civilians. They had records of every single military member, and would kill them, and the rest of the army, of any government that put them in. The governments agreed, putting in many of their own civilians to live, breathe, fight, and die so that they can say they're the winner.
-the governments would be called Gov-Tech (focused around technology of course, this would be where the players come from as well), W.A.R. (Winners Are Rivals, focused around survival of the fittest), and Trade.corp (focused around making money)
- 3 points given to start with per stat, and then 5-10 for each week of loyalty (if you're only half-loyal, and post every so often, you get less points... you can make up the difference in points by being helpful, and showing you're more loyal than we believed)