The U-TIC Organization (U-TIC
- Joachim Mizrahi (founder)
- Andrew Cherenkov
- Albedo Piazzolla
- Kevin Winnicot
- Suou Uzuki
- Aoi Uzuki
The Zohar energy research organization founded by Joachim Mizrahi.
Official name: The Unknown Territory Interventing and Creation Organization. Its previous incarnation, the Cerebral Sciences Research Center, was founded by Joachim Mizrahi; it was Joachim who proposed it be restructured into the U-TIC Organization.
After becoming the U-TIC Organization, the group continued its research into using the Original Zohar as an energy generator and weapon, as well as performed the development of 100-Series Observational Units, the Hilbert Effect, and combat Realians.
Aiming to rule the galaxy through command of the Zohar, the group then rebelled against the Federation government and set off the Miltian Conflict. However, Labyrinthos was overrun by the Galaxy Federation descent operations, and the organization's mastermind, Joachim Mizrahi, fell to his death.
After the Miltian Conflict, it vanished from the center stage of history, but the group itself survived, setting up base on the planetoid Pleroma. Gathering information and building up its military power in secret, it leapt back onto center stage in order to obtain the Y-Data that had been sealed within the 100-Series Observational Unit prototype, MOMO.
Ostensibly, the organization was founded by Joachim Mizrahi, but in truth, everything was under the direction of the Ormus Patriarch.
As it was restructured into the U-TIC Organization, the group expelled nearly all Federation government officials and researchers, who had been stationed there as inspectors for the Cerebral Sciences Research Center. It cemented its internal staff with members of Ormus and the Old Miltia hierocracy; Hyams (a business affiliated with Ormus) joined the group, taking Vector's place in weapons development and sponsorship.
At that time, even Federation Colonel Margulis, U-TIC's supreme commander, was already a member of Ormus. From this, one can see that a sizable number of Ormus members had been embedded within the Federation's government and military.
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