Invicta was a citizen of Australia, born shortly after the creation of the New World. A staunch supporter of a free and independent Australia. He lived for a substantial amount of time in the United States of America. He died whilst residing in New South Wales.
One of the founding members of the Republican Party for Growth and an early supporter of Zaney and his prominence in Australian politics.
The first mayor of Melbourne, Victoria and Congress member during Zaney's term in office.
As editor of the early Australian newspaper 'The Australian, Word.' Invicta used this publishing as a political tool and released several controversial editions that did nothing more than hurt the Republican Party for Growth's public image. With his disappearance from the new world, this newspaper has since fallen into other hands.
Shortly after Indonesia's invasion of Australia and subsequent victory, Invicta disappeared from the new world.
Reviving months after the war, with new political ideals and a belief in Australia and Indonesia working together.
Invicta has been working since to come to a peaceful resolution while maintaining the integrity of the Australian Nation.
With the Resistance War against Indonesia which began in the Australian Capital Region of New South Wales a new tempo has been set for the conflict, making peace talks almost impossible. Invicta pledged military aid in the form of gifts and weapons, but also fought alongside other Australians.
Invicta fought a total of 13 times during his eRepublik lifetime. He did a total damage of 71.