Legions are one possible result of White Chlorination Syndrome. When a human contracts WCS, it is suggested that they are given a choice between death, or binding their soul in a pact with The Gods (not to be mistaken with The Watchers, whom are servants of the Gods) and thus becoming a Legion.

A human who becomes a Legion undergoes radical changes. The most obvious is the transformation into a "white monster" which is nevertheless said to look unmistakably human. Humans who die from WCS are said to end up composed entirely of salt (NaCl); it's not clear whether the same is true of those who become Legions, however. They also become violently aggressive towards other humans, much in the same way as relapsed Gestalts. Finally, particles of Legions (possibly Maso) can spread the White Chlorination Syndrome to other humans. It's not known if a way of reverting Legions to human was ever discovered.

The Legions were led by a monster called Red Eye. After its defeat in Jerusalem in 2030 by the 13th Crusade, the Legions became much less organized, and thus less of a threat to humanity. However, due to the remaining presence of infectious maso, Project Gestalt continued, leaving Replicants and androids behind to rid the world of the maso and the remaining Legions. In 3276, a Replicant traveled to Jerusalem and unwittingly caused the rebirth of Red Eye from its atomized remains. With this, the Legions once again became a major threat. After an 11 year battle, Red Eye was once again defeated and all traces of infectious maso were confirmed purged from the world, thus ending the threat of Legions and White Chlorination Syndrome.

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  • "Legion" is the name given to a demon or group of demons in two of three versions of the Exorcism of the Gerasene demoniac, an account in the New Testament of an incident in which Jesus performs an exorcism.
    • In the Christian New Testament Gospels of Matthew (8:28-34), Mark and Luke describe an incident in which Jesus meets a man, or in Matthew two men, possessed by demons who, in the Mark version, when asked what their name is, respond: "My name is Legion, for we are many."

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