|The Transhumanic League|
|Name||The Transhumanic League|
|Tagline||"Any one of our mindcities will be happy to relieve you of your currency of choice in exchange for goods."|
|Logo||A coat of arms displaying multiple stages of transhuman evolution, starting with a glasshole. The border of the shield is crenellated like a cog. A fist reaches up out of a virtual reality headset at the top to grab a handful of cash (itself an extremely vintage concept here). The ribbon under the shield is written in a dot matrix font, and the abbreviation of the transhumanic league, TTL, harks back to terminals of old. Chained padlocks with wings represent the intrinsic limitation of the human condition, and the keys below and crown above symbolise the League's liberation and subsequent rule over that condition. The background features a faintly drawn face, referencing the ubiquitous posters in Mamoru Oshii's The Red Spectacles.|
The Transhumanic League
A global trade megacorporation, with its roots in the Hanseatic League, this megacorp is as much a protectionist and diplomatic organisation as one dealing directly with the movement of goods, with subtle illuminati implications.
They pay a 90% higher salary than average, and have one of the slowest hiring rates.
They are one of the very few megacorporations to have a positive relationship with 256 Shades of Hats.
This megacorp feels warmly towards the following corporations:
- Secure Storage Syndicate: +1.5 rep
- Providing warehousing and protection for trade goods.
- 256 Shades of Hats: +1 rep
- Adsplay: +0.2 rep
This megacorp has a competitive relationship with the following corporations:
- Happy Banking Corp: -1 rep
- An economic force unto themselves, the Transhumanic League are in direct conflict with the bank.
- The Construct: -0.5 rep
This megacorp won't become a client for your advertising until you've unlocked the following technologies:
- Kitten Ads
This megacorp knows the following technologies, which the player can unlock by getting a sufficiently high reputation with the megacorp, or by way of a hostile takeover: