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It’s turned whole regions of the globe (dubbed ‘red zones’) into barren, lethally-radioactive wastescapes more closely resembling an alien world than a human one. But whaddaya know, folks: The material is still powerful enough for men to fight over it, and amongst, it. The high-tech, more-or-less civilized Global Defense Initiative find themselves in a sticky spot, as they’ve become rather dependent on Tiberium as a war-resource to continue fighting the Brotherhood of Nod…and yet, they recognize the need to check the spread of the alien ore before it does a creeping-death, ice-nine job on the whole planet.


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