- the general name for AirTrek Users. Often shortened to just “riders”.Air Treks
- Very expensive ( $1000 USD+ ), customizable, motorized inline skates. Require regular maintenance and tuning because of their air cushion system which allows the user to perform tricks or “fly”. Each pair is installed with a program called READ. They can have two or four wheels and are made of three main components; a Wheel Motor, Hydraulic Cushion System, and a Power Injection System.Road
- What ultimately develops after excessive runs, a road is a rider’s characteristic style and repertoire of tricks. Riders who master their road to a high degree are known as “King-leveled” riders, and “King-leveled” riders who posses their road’s regalia are known as Kings/Queens.R.E.A.D
- A downloadable app for cellphones, it allows riders to access and download the details of other riders from the data logged on the rider’s AT memory cards. Information can range from basic stats (top speeds, max airtime) to more detailed stats (performance levels; moves executed; average reaction time; ect.)Parts War
- a battle between Storm Riders to gain AT parts, emblems, territories or Regalia. They also compete in these battles to advance their team to a higher rank. A team has to bet something in order to battle. Teams will usually bet parts, thus the name Parts War, or a team can bet their emblem.
Parts War actually began as a website were riders simply traded parts with other riders. Someone later developed the website into a tournament. The person who created of the current Parts War system is unknownRank
- the skill level of a rider or tuner. There are 8 different ranks; F-Class, E- Class, D- Class, C- Class, B- Class, A- Class, King-level, King/Queen.King-Level Rank
- Riders who have mastered their road to a high degree but don’t have a regalia. Team:
Obviously, a group of StormRiders going towards a similar goal, while most have some type of uniform, some are more modest and let their team wear what they want, but most at least have their emblem, or a jacket. Some all ride the same road, others are very varied, and follow many roads. Some teams have several hundred members, while others are only five strong, three is the minimum when making a team.
- While there are many variations of roads, ten are considered to be the most powerful and owned by a single rider known as a King or Queen. Kings/Queens are the most skilled of Riders and each have their own Regalia.Regalia
- special air trek parts that are specifically engineered to use air in conjunction with the king/queens road. Each possess a unique design and ability. A double edged sword, they give a large power boost to the user but at the cost of putting an enormous amount of strain on the body. MUST be tuned/ adjusted regularly to keep from shattering or severely damaging its king/queen. Core
- Only found in regalias, it is the most important component of a regalias make and what allows them to be so powerful. Infinity Atmosphere
- the strongest attack/defense of a king or queen, the regalia uses the air to mold the atmosphere into functioning in conjunction with their road. Sub-regalia
- degraded copies of the original regalia used by kings and queens. Does not contain a core.
- Assistants of riders, they repair/ adjust the ATs of a single rider. Unlike regular mechanics, tuners are able to match the rhythm of the AT to fit that of the rider, maximizing performance. All tuners belong to the team Tool Toul To.Pledge Queen
- A King-Leved tuner, harbors the Pledge Regalia and is leader of Tool Toul To. Ring Road
- Non-offensive, supportive road that focuses on the sound of riders. Only tuners use this road, and do so by matching the rhythm of a rider’s ATs to that of their body. SC
- Otherwise known as a microsuit, its used by only A and King ranked tuners and worn to tune AT's. It is skin tight, elastic, and translucent, containing 7,600 sensors in its fabric. images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__c…Drone
- Some tuners carry them in order to monitor and retune regalia on the fly. They are simple machines that aid tuners in repair, simple voice commands to retrieve tools they don't have directly with them. They are graded in quality in sync with Tuner ranks (hold your horses more information later)