May 28, 1999
Enslavers: Dark Vengeance
Episode IV A: Desperate Measures
Episode IV B: Turnabout
A Single Player Veteran Level Campaign.
(Look in the campaign folder in your maps directory for the original Enslavers missions)
What has gone before...
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 to secure three stasis cells that held
the bodies of critically wounded Protoss war heroes went awry as several Dark Templar destroyed two of the
stasis cells, and were captured mere moments before they could destroy the third. Led by the powerful and
defiant Dark Templar, Ulrezaj, these traitors to Aiur were found guilty by the tribunal, but before their
sentencing could be carried out, a strike force commanded by the Terran criminal Alan Schezar arrived. These
invaders freed the Dark Templar from their imprisonment and nearly destroyed the Protoss base that housed
them in the process.
During his escape, Ulrezaj stole a Khaydarin crystal and -- through the powerful psionic emanations from that
crystal -- was tracked back to a Terran base on Korhal controlled by the sympathizer Alan Schezar. The
Protoss criminals were nowhere to be found at the base, but Schezar did have a sizable contingent of Zerg
there, controlling them through means unknown. The Protoss fleet sent to attack the Terran base was faced
difficult choice: either flush out the base commander by destroying the Terran Command Centers and force him
to divulge where Schezar and Ulrezaj had fled, or track down and reclaim the stolen Khaydarin crystal.
If you rescued the Khaydarin Crystal then you should play scenario 4a.
If you destroyed the Terran Command Centers then you should play scenario 4b.
To have these levels run properly, they must ALL be placed in the Campaign Folder in your StarCraft/Maps/ directory. When asked if
you want to overwrite the (1)Episode04a.scx and (1)Episode04b.scx placeholder maps, answer "Yes".
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