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The '''Society''' of the [[Hero Factory]] [[Locations|universe]] is complex, with several different practices on various planets.
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The '''Society''' of the [[Hero Factory]] [[Locations|universe]] is complex, with numerous different practices on various planets.
 
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==Robo-Sports==
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There are a number of sporting activities played by [[Hero]]es, known collectively as "Robo-Sports".
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===Roboball===
 
===Roboball===
 
The sport of Roboball involves the serving and hitting of a type of ball and eliminating other players. The game usually is played in teams, but players can compete solo if they please. [[Hero Factory (Corporation)|Hero Factory]] has designed training dummies that are simulated by computers.
 
The sport of Roboball involves the serving and hitting of a type of ball and eliminating other players. The game usually is played in teams, but players can compete solo if they please. [[Hero Factory (Corporation)|Hero Factory]] has designed training dummies that are simulated by computers.
  
===Foot Race===
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Many [[Hero]]es often engage within foot races to determine who is the faster Hero.
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==Occupations==
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There are many occupations in the galaxy, and many involve law enforcement. Law enforcement careers include those as Heroes, as well as general police forces on many other planets, who handle criminal justice without the presence of Heroes. The police department on [[Mekron City]] is headed by Chief [[Drax]]; an associate of Stormer's, [[Aquax]], was also once a police officer. When Aquax became captain of the ship ''[[Valiant]]'', his head of security was Commander [[Kirch]].
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===Hero Factory===
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Many of the inhabitants of [[Makuhero City]] are employed in the Hero Factory. They serve in a myriad of different capacities, all supporting the law-enforcing Heroes. In addition to specific positions, there are also a number of general workers, who operate at the discretion of their managers.
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=====List of Occupations in Hero Factory=====
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*'''Professor''' - Educators in charge of teaching rookie Heroes are known as "Professors"
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*'''Call Center operatives''' - The [[Hero Factory (Building)#Call Center|Call Center]] employs many workers to field incoming calls to the Hero Factory, and see that they receive the right amount of attention. The Call Center manager is Sherman Lennard.
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*'''Mission Manager''' - Mission Managers delegate crises to Hero teams, and assist them during the operations. The Chief Mission Manager is [[Nathaniel Zib]].
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==Crimes==
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Criminal activity is severely prohibited in the universe, but there are many who turn to the lifestyle. The crimes that are committed include sabotage, theft, energy absorption, murder, destruction, and extortion, among many others. In order to house the growing criminal population, Hero Factory is involved with several different incarceration facilities, such as [[Asteroid J-54]], [[Tantalus 5#Penitentiary 1331|Penitentiary 1331]], in addition to their own Villain Storage.
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==Mining==
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Mining is a popular occupation throughout the universe; many natural resources can only be acquired by mining a planet.
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===Aird Mining Corporation===
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The Aird Mining Corporation was a mining group working in far galaxy planets during the early days of Hero Factory. The [[Legion of Darkness]], as part of a scheme to eliminate the Hero Factory, sabotaged a number of their [[Mining Robots]], then tricked several [[Alpha 1 Team]] members into investigating. The robots went berserk, and started attacking the [[Hero]]es, who eventually quelled the Legion's activities. The Aird Mining Corporation later claimed damages for the incident.
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===Quatros===
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The planet [[Quatros]] was one of the last reserves of [[Quaza]] on the planet, and was frequently mined for the material until it was discovered that the planet could no longer sustain having the Quaza extracted.
  
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===Tallos 5===
=='''Occupations'''==
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The planet [[Tallos 5]] is the site of frequent mining, so much that it is often referred to as the "mining planet"; Tallos 5 developed mining robots to help with the mining, though their mining later went insane due to a faulty upgrade, forming a criminal group.  
There are many occupations in the galaxy, and many involve law enforcement. Law enforcement careers include those as Heroes and police (including chiefs such as [[Drax]]). Other professions include advertising and news reporting.
 
  
=='''Crimes'''==
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===Merak 9===
In the galaxy, there are several criminals that are actively hunted. The crimes that are committed include sabotage, theft, energy absorption, murder, destruction, and extortion. As well, actively engaging in at least mining on a protected planet is illegal. Heroes can commit a crime by fleeing from a mission. Only [[Von Nebula|Von Ness]] is known to have fled a mission.
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[[Merak 9]] is also a mining site, using the explosive '''C-4000''' in their activities.
  
 
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=='''Inventions'''==
 
[[Hero Factory (Corporation)|Hero Factory]] has led the surge in radical new inventions. They have created, among other things, Heroes, [[Hero Pod]]s, and [[Drop Ship]]s. These inventions have been instrumental in galaxy-wide law enforcement. Led by [[Akiyama Makuro]], the Hero design was upgraded to a 2.0 form, and old Heroes received an [[Upgrade]]. There is an electronic encyclopedia called Heropedia which Heroes have been known to use.
 
  
=='''Communication'''==
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==Communication==
Most robots speak the same basic language in the galaxy. There are exceptions, such as animal-based languages, including one spoken by [[Tratix Reptoid]]s. Hero Factory uses an alphabet system comprised of circles within squares, the circles having lines cutting into fourths. The circles and the squares are either colored a shade of green or blue.
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Most robots speak the same basic language in the galaxy. There are exceptions, such as animal-based languages, including one spoken by [[Tratix Reptoid]]s. A group of beings on a banking planet known as We Who Serve communicated via flashing lights, and were able to translate electrical impulses from robotic beings.
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Hero Factory uses an alphabet system comprised of circles within squares, the circles having lines cutting into fourths. The circles and the squares are either colored a shade of green or blue. There is an electronic encyclopedia called ''Heropedia''. Popular social networking medias include ''HeroFeed'' and ''HeroBook'', and much of their news media is delivered through the news channel HFX.
  
 
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The Society of the Hero Factory universe is complex, with numerous different practices on various planets.

Sports and Contests

Robo-Sports

There are a number of sporting activities played by Heroes, known collectively as "Robo-Sports".

Roboball

The sport of Roboball involves the serving and hitting of a type of ball and eliminating other players. The game usually is played in teams, but players can compete solo if they please. Hero Factory has designed training dummies that are simulated by computers.

Occupations

Occupations

There are many occupations in the galaxy, and many involve law enforcement. Law enforcement careers include those as Heroes, as well as general police forces on many other planets, who handle criminal justice without the presence of Heroes. The police department on Mekron City is headed by Chief Drax; an associate of Stormer's, Aquax, was also once a police officer. When Aquax became captain of the ship Valiant, his head of security was Commander Kirch.

Hero Factory

Many of the inhabitants of Makuhero City are employed in the Hero Factory. They serve in a myriad of different capacities, all supporting the law-enforcing Heroes. In addition to specific positions, there are also a number of general workers, who operate at the discretion of their managers.

List of Occupations in Hero Factory
  • Professor - Educators in charge of teaching rookie Heroes are known as "Professors"
  • Call Center operatives - The Call Center employs many workers to field incoming calls to the Hero Factory, and see that they receive the right amount of attention. The Call Center manager is Sherman Lennard.
  • Mission Manager - Mission Managers delegate crises to Hero teams, and assist them during the operations. The Chief Mission Manager is Nathaniel Zib.

Crimes

Criminal activity is severely prohibited in the universe, but there are many who turn to the lifestyle. The crimes that are committed include sabotage, theft, energy absorption, murder, destruction, and extortion, among many others. In order to house the growing criminal population, Hero Factory is involved with several different incarceration facilities, such as Asteroid J-54, Penitentiary 1331, in addition to their own Villain Storage.

Mining

Mining is a popular occupation throughout the universe; many natural resources can only be acquired by mining a planet.

Aird Mining Corporation

The Aird Mining Corporation was a mining group working in far galaxy planets during the early days of Hero Factory. The Legion of Darkness, as part of a scheme to eliminate the Hero Factory, sabotaged a number of their Mining Robots, then tricked several Alpha 1 Team members into investigating. The robots went berserk, and started attacking the Heroes, who eventually quelled the Legion's activities. The Aird Mining Corporation later claimed damages for the incident.

Quatros

The planet Quatros was one of the last reserves of Quaza on the planet, and was frequently mined for the material until it was discovered that the planet could no longer sustain having the Quaza extracted.

Tallos 5

The planet Tallos 5 is the site of frequent mining, so much that it is often referred to as the "mining planet"; Tallos 5 developed mining robots to help with the mining, though their mining later went insane due to a faulty upgrade, forming a criminal group.

Merak 9

Merak 9 is also a mining site, using the explosive C-4000 in their activities.

Inventions and Communication

Communication

Most robots speak the same basic language in the galaxy. There are exceptions, such as animal-based languages, including one spoken by Tratix Reptoids. A group of beings on a banking planet known as We Who Serve communicated via flashing lights, and were able to translate electrical impulses from robotic beings.

Hero Factory uses an alphabet system comprised of circles within squares, the circles having lines cutting into fourths. The circles and the squares are either colored a shade of green or blue. There is an electronic encyclopedia called Heropedia. Popular social networking medias include HeroFeed and HeroBook, and much of their news media is delivered through the news channel HFX.