Chronicles of the Great Patriotic Revolution
From: Lieutenant General Simon Aralov, Third Department of the Field Staff's Operations Directorate
To: Private Viktor Ivanovich Suvorov
Re: New Orders
First, we extend our sympathy for the news of what has occurred to your brother; be assured that for every one of our comrades to fall, ten of the Tsar's do too!
In light of this, and the personal recommendation of Mikhail Kalinin, we are proud to offer you the opportunity to join the Red Army's Main Intelligence Directorate, 1st People's Guard Brigade. Understand that refusing this opportunity would be considered dereliction of duty.
You may have heard of rumors, doubts about the potency of the revolution in light of the secrets of the Tsars and the vile aid that Rasputin has given to the White Army, but fear not! The reactionaries can not drive back the inevitable swing of history. No matter what abominations they bring out of Kremlin's pit, no monster can match the strength of labor unchained!
Keeping this in mind, our great leader Lenin has founded an elite guard to match foul sorcery with muscle and sinew, steel and piston. An armored psionic brigade to defend our people with the strength of diesel engines and pure worker's spirit! You have been chosen for this brigade, young Viktor, based on our scientific assessments and your experience in war.
Show no mercy to the Tsars that would drag our people back into the long night of the dark ages!
- Letter to Private Suvorov from Lieutenant General Aralov, December 5th 1917.