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Download Mercenaries
March 26, 1999

[[Universal News Network]]
[[Outpost 782XJG, Koprulu sector]]

The pirates of New Trinidad have been plundering the shipping lanes and outlying outposts across the Koprulu sector for decades. The constant governmental shifts, coupled with the recent UED conflict in that sector, have made the creation of a standing militia strong enough to deal with the threat impossible.

In an attack launched from their impregnable space station over the empty world of New Trinidad, sustained shelling from Arclite Siege Tanks led to the death of Jacqueline Angel, heiress to the Angel Shipping empire. Reliable sources within the shipping conglomerate have reported the transfer of considerable funds to the accounts of local authorities for the expressed purpose of retaining groups of mercenaries to remove the pirate threat once and for all.

[[End News Brief]]

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Download Scorpion
March 19, 1999

The original strain of Scantid grew to a length no greater than 15 Centimeters and was a common inhabitant of the desert regions of Korhal. The insect's mild venom, used to repel predatory animals, caused nothing more than mild rash and bothersome itching to those inadvertently stung by the shy animals. After Korhal was ravaged by nuclear fire in the surprise attack by the Confederates, nothing was left alive on the surface of the planet. Although the lowly Scantid survived in their deep underground communal burrows, exposure to massive radiation forever changed the creatures. Where once they had been nothing more than a footnote in Entomology journals, the Scantid were now monstrous beasts with claws capable of ripping a man in half and a stinger filled with an extremely lethal poison. If it were not for their lack of innate aggressiveness and the instinctive reflex to flee when threatened or injured, the Scantid may have over-run the planet, rendering Korhal virtually uninhabitable. Their communal instinct has also survived, and the area known as Scorpion Ravine is home to a large nest of the creatures. Although it seems dangerous, remember that the Scantid is more afraid of you than you are of it

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Download Shoreline
March 12, 1999

The expansive shoreline of Heimdall IV is a peaceful setting where the bitter memories of battle can be washed away by waves, gently breaking over hundreds of miles of pristine beaches. The natural beauty of this planet has helped make it one of the more fashionable spots in the sector as the smell of the salt air and the bracing spray of the sea can restore the spirits of even the most shell-shocked veteran. The popularity of the sleepy resort setting has caused some unexpected occurrences, however, as members of opposing military forces sometimes decide to vacation there at the same time. It is only a matter of time before someone inevitably kicks sand in someone else's face and then the beaches become an impromptu battleground. Regardless of the outcome, the tropical rains always seem to wash away any signs of strife in time to prepare the beaches for the next gathering of those seeking rest and relaxation.

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Enslavers: Dark Vengeance
March 5, 1999


Enslavers: Dark Vengeance
Episode II: Hung Jury

A Single Player Veteran Level Campaign.
(Look in the campaign folder in your maps directory for the original Enslavers missions)

At the same time that the UED was launching their massive assault against the Dominion capital of Augustgrad, a small Protoss force was sent to the Homeworld of Aiur. Their mission of infiltrating the infested Zerg stronghold and securing the stasis cells that held three critically wounded Protoss war heroes went awry with the arrival of an unidentified Shuttle. The Dark Templar that exited the craft did not join in the celebration of the mission's success, but instead savagely attacked and destroyed two of the three stasis cells, killing the warriors who were held within. Fortunately, these villains were stopped before they were able to destroy the final chamber that held the great hero Eredas.

These traitors now await trial where they will be judged for their crimes against the Protoss...

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