There is a war brewing. Many have no idea of it. Many deny it but a few have seen what is coming and frantically try to prepare for a storm, the likes of which the Galaxy has never seen. Some might not even call it a war... They'd call it extermination. Omega, claimed to be the Terminus System's dark parody of the Citadel. It is easy to make such claims, Omega's history is a long one that dates back thousands of years and as one would imagine has a colourful past of so called rulers of Omega, the current ruler of Omega isThe Pirate Queen, Aria T'loak. The station is a haven for many who would be considered... Unsavoury by most civilised systems and races but at one time or another their services are called upon. Omega is filled with various warlords calling to arms from those who're stranded, looking for adventure or those who're just willing to kill for credits for their personally armies. The docking bay is filled with these warlord's men and women striving through the cattle for those who'll be killing or the ones being killed for their respective warlord. There is many throwing out calls to join the Blood Pack, others the Blue Suns and some for the Eclipse but many freelance groups such as this small group, The Terminal who do odd jobs here and there at prices cheaper than the other mercs around but are so small they for the most part go under the radar. If they pulled more jobs then perhaps the bigger groups like the Blood Pack would convince them to go elsewhere but till that day they were taking what they can from the constant flow of business on Omega. Their recruiter was a tall Turian, was an odd one without his face painted, a Barefaced Turian but had scars across his face, where they came from is a mystery but it mattered little. This Turian was offering a chance to the citizens and those stranded on Omega alike a life within a Mercenary clan. To many on Omega this was a golden ticket. The only draw back was those wanting to be hired needed to bring their own equipment and willing to follow orders. If the Turian didn't bring compliance through his demeanor he did so through his weapon, an M-27 Scimitar that looked like it'd seen just as much combat as its owner. The Turian seemed to be ignored by most who were there looking for a group to join with, it could have been that they were unknown and many would wish to take a chance with the Eclipse or Blue Suns or perhaps their mission was a much more dangerous one.