In traditional Wuxia stories, the premise is almost always that of a hero’s journey to right a wrong or some sort of injustice. Part of that injustice is usually a strongly corrupt government – the Emperor’s advisor targeted your homeland for plunder only to enrich his coffers; some petty official has a grudge against a group of people and goes out of his way to make them miserable; the wife of a high military commander spends money frivolously while he’s away and ignores any pleas for assistance in the middle of a drought, or something of the sort. It is believed that you can buy your own BNS Gold before the launch day.
The Warring Factions are not evil – they aim to eliminate evil in the world, whether it comes from supernatural sources or from men’s hearts. Their differences lie in their belief system on what should be a more “ideal” form that should replace the evil. They sit on a lawful-chaotic alignment system, rather than a good-evil alignment system.
Let’s use an example: A village just got raided by pirates and is burning.
Cerulean Order members will immediately seek out the town’s mayor, work with that person to identify the greatest priorities, assign people to follow out each of the tasks – save the children, stop the fire on that building, set up a water line – and possibly obtain permission from the town mayor on seeking down the pirates. This is their belief in structure and formality and everyone working together for a common cause. The downside is, is that people will get set in their tasks and may not look at doing anything else other than what was assigned.
Crimson Legion members will each identify something for themselves to do, and they’ll each go in and do it. If, in the middle of fighting a fire, a small child approaches them crying and scared, the Crimson Legion will probably shift focus on comforting the child rather than fighting the fire. Their belief in choice and flexibility means they can always do what they think is right; but the downside is, embracing chaos means that it’s very possible that all the Legion members go run after the Pirates and no-one stays behind to look after the village and the village gets destroyed.
At the very extremes, either ideal has a downside. You can get dictatorships and tyranny from Cerulean; but you can also get anarchy and complete lawlessness with Crimson laissez faire leadership. (don’t be misled – “democracy” as a governing system does not belong to either group). You are allowed to get more information in the official website to buy more Cheap Blade And Soul Gold.