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A surviving Pacific Front task force in Central America sends an S.O.S. signal, requesting assistance in protecting the device they've been working on, while offering access to a rich array of new technology and arsenal in return. With the Chronosphere, Siegfried's task force arrives to the rescue.
—Mission description

Operation: Stormbringer is the seventh Allied Act Two campaign mission.


Not long after the full recharge of the Paradox Engine on Tenerife, we received a distress signal from Pacific Front survivors in Central America. A research complex stationed in the Virgin Islands is now under heavy siege from mind-controlled Soviet forces. This site appears to have been developing weather manipulation technology with the help of SteinsTech during the early stages of the war, when plans for their joint venture with Kanegawa Industries have begun to form. Supposedly, the research is ready to be returned to us for use against Yuri's army now that it is complete. However, their defense line is becoming weak, and so they request that we assist them in taking out the hostile forces on the surrounding islands, or else the first fully working Weather Controller will be destroyed - or worse, captured.

While we cannot afford to move the entire Paradox Engine expedition force towards the Virgin Islands, as they're busy destroying Yuri's bases in Africa, Siegfried has elected to send in a strike force, one that consists of himself and you, to take temporary control of the base and defend the device until it is ready to be used. Furthermore, Norio Tomokawa, the hero of the Pacific Front, who has recently arrived there with the remaining survivors from Asia and Australia, has also declared support. On the side, he apologized for the dishonourable actions of his fellow combatants on the American soil in the past.. For now, that will have to do - there are bigger matters at hand.

Objective 1: Protect the Weather Controller.
Objective 2: Destroy the enemy bases.


Defending the Weather Controller

As soon as the small European force arrived, Pacific Front intel got word of a nearby PsiCorps-controlled Soviet base that was preparing to attack their position. They only had a few minutes before the invasion force arrived. Not wasting time, the Allies quickly constructed defenses around the Weather Controller.

Norio who returned to the Allied side after fleeing from fallen Japan and Australia soon arrived to assist the defense, plus some arriving Rocketeers and Horizon Destroyers at later time. Considering the massive amount of open water surrounding the area, a large naval force was quickly built to counter any submarine attacks, as well as any naval unit that could bombard from long range; A considerable amount of ground forces such as Mirage Tanks was also deployed in strategic places in order to defend the choke points that led into the Pacific Front base.

The enemy invasion force arrived from the south after several more minutes passed, with sending Kirovs and Akula Missile Subs to destroy the Weather Controller, along with a sizeable Typhoon Submarine force to deal with the Allied fleet guarding the harbor.

Several Akulas tried to attack from the backdoor in order to weaken the defenses. However, Norio and several Elite Rocketeers managed to destroy them and their missiles before they could do any damage. After a minute had passed, another attack wave arrived. This time, the Russians had brought Zubr Transports, along with Seawolf Gunboats as escorts, to attack the base via an amphibious assault.

The hidden Mirages proved useful in attacking the transports before they could hit the beach, drowning all the units that were onboard. Several Wolfhound Gunships soon arrived to deal with the infantry and vehicles guarding the harbor. However, Norio and the Elite Rocketeers, once again, managed to bring them down before any damage could be done.

PsiCorps soon got annoyed at the tight defense of the base and launched a Tactical Nuke, obliterating many base defenses and destroying several Pacific Front Power Plants.

The counter-attack

After thwarting the initial attack by the invaders, the PF commander had said that this wasn't the end yet. They sent additional intel showing Soviet forces down the south, and require to capture their Palace to coordinate enemy Tactical Nuke Silos. From there, they activated the Weather Controller and wiped out the small garrison force that was present there.

After that, they chronoshifted an MCV, and the Paradox Engine expedition force chronoshifted several Mirage Tanks into the area, stating that the PF commander would resume command of the base. However, in return for defending the Weather Controller, they gave the Commander a new taskforce, as well as giving him permission to use the Lightning Storm against Soviet positions. They quickly established a base where the small garrison force once stood, as they organized their naval forces to regroup at their new position and strike at the Soviet base.

Not only were mind-controlled Soviets threatened by the newly constructed area, but also some controlled American forces were deployed nearby. The Pacific Front gave Allied Command blueprints to the Suppressor, an amphibious combat specialist that was capable of converting incoming damage into healing for friendly troops. The fight was long and heavy, many units were lost in the initial attacks due the mass amounts of defenses and ground forces in the enemy's base. However, the Allies successfully captured the Palace and acquired necessary information.

Attacking the Epsilon base

Information obtained indicates that Nuke Silos is located further south on either side of the PsiCorps base, where there is also a Psychic Beacon that controls local Americans and Soviets. The PF Commander had granted the Commander permission to use another Lightning Storm to wreck the enemy defenses before commencing the attack.

The commander managed to destroy the Psychic Beacon set high on the island by PsiCorps, freeing the local Americans and Soviets. The fight was, again, hard and slow. Many units were either lost or mind controlled by PsiCorps forces. The Americans joined the Allies and offered them production rights for the Warhawk, while the Soviets stubbornly fought against both the Allies and the PsiCorps. The Allies prevailed as they were able to successfully fight their way to the Tactical Nuke Silo and destroyed it, preventing any more nuclear strikes against the Weather Controller Finally, they cleared the base of Epsilon forces and the mission was complete.


Yuri's and enslaved Soviet forces no longer threaten the Pacific Front resistance in this region, making it a useful support base for us. With the newly acquired technologies we can proceed to effectively destroy Epsilon positions and regain control.
—Battlefield report

Now that the Russian and PsiCorps bases were effectively wiped off the face of the map, the Pacific Front base guarding the Weather Controller had finally been secured. Using this support base, the Allies could now regroup and rebuild their forces. With the newly acquired technologies in hand, they could now proceed to take back the planet from both Soviet and Epsilon control.

Despite the success of the defense, intelligence soon came in detailing the presence of a Psychic Amplifier along with two Tactical Nuke Silos in South America. Considering the threat it posed to the Weather Controller and the Paradox Engine, a desperate assault against it was immediately ordered before it could come online...

Difficulty changes


  • Starting credits: 25000
  • Large amount of Soviet defenses, some Typhoon Attack Subs and an Epsilon Naval Shipyard at bottom right will be removed.
  • When the player's credits is less than 1000, the ally will build 6 Kappa Tanks and give them to the player.
  • If the player loses their second Construction Yard, the ally will send a Voyager carrying an MCV to the player's base, giving MCV to the player's control.


  • Starting credits: 15000
  • Additional Zubr carrying 2 Demolition Trucks will land on the southeast coast near the player's base until the Soviet base is destroyed.
  • Epsilon will carry more mighty units to the player's base.


  • Starting credits: 10000
  • Additional Zubr carrying 2 Demolition Trucks will land on the southeast coast near the player's base until the Soviet base is destroyed.
  • Epsilon will carry more mighty units to the player's base.
  • 5 additional Magnetrons are included among the Epsilon continuous attack forces spawned from the bottom of the map.

Easter egg

Perhaps we could be of assistance!
—Riot Trooper after he exits the tent
  • Loacted north of the mind controlled Soviet base is an island with several tents and barrels on it. If the player sends a unit to the tents, a squad of Riot Troopers will exit them and join their forces. They will also give the above message when found.
    • A video demonstrating this easter egg can be found [here].

Behind the scenes

Yuri with Psychic Beacon, he sold it and went away.

  • Prior to version 3.3.5, Yuri appeared in this mission. He would sell the Psychic Beacon at bottom left and leave the map after eliminating mind-controlled Soviets.