Republic of China Armed Forces

From eRepublik Official Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

AK47.jpg This page has been saved as historical information

This military unit played an important role in creating military history, however today it is no longer active

Republic of China Armed Forces


General Information
Founded 6th of October 2010
Disbanded 2011
Country Flag-Republic of China (Taiwan).jpg Republic of China (Taiwan)

The Republic of China Armed Forces were split into three military branches: one training branch and two combat branches.

The combat branches are separated by requirements in strength and activity, shown from lowest to highest here. The entire military was led by Minister of Defense and the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan).

The successor of the unit was the Republic of China National Troops.


Each branch had its own requirements for enlistment. Military personnel should have had the required minimum strength and minimum rank or minimum influence/damage inflicted with bare fists as follows:

Branch Strength Rank Influence Activity
Republic of China Training Corp N/A N/A N/A N/A
Republic of China Military Academy 100 Corporal 50 Moderate
Republic of China Army 700 Lieutenant 150 High
Republic of China Marine Corps 1600 Lt Colonel 350 Extremely High


Training Corp

Training Corp was the center for newbie soldiers, and the mission of this unit focused on Training Education. Training Corp was not a formal armed force, and the members had to pass the upgraded exam to join the Military Academy.

Military Academy

Republic of China Military Academy.gif

The Military Academy was the first step for all those wishing to enter the armed forces. The ROC-MA was a branch of the ROC Armed Forces dedicated to building the defense system of the Republic.

The last known leaders were Commanding General aibocow and Executive Officer Lt. General Sadanaga


Republic of China Army.png

The Army served as the core infantry deployment branch worldwide for the Republic of China Armed Forces.

The last known leader was the former President and at the time Chief of Staff, General BillWilson.

Marine Corps

Republic of China Marine Corps.png

Led by the Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General of the Army, the Marine Corps served as the elite fighting force of the Republic of China Armed Forces.

The last known leader was Jameson L. Tai.