History Recap / StarCraft

27th Jun '14 10:15:30 PM slvstrChung
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The player now takes the role of a UED captain, who is placed under direct command of Vice Adm. Stukov and ordered by the force's leader, Admiral Gerard DuGalle, to establish a forward base on Braxis. Stukov and the NonEntityGeneral make landfall but discover that [[YouRequireMoreVespeneGas They Require More Vespene Gas]]; all the local geysers are already occupied by Dominion refineries. Salvation comes in the form of Lt. Samir Duran, a Ghost in leadership of the Confederate Resistance Forces, and he and Stukov form an EnemyMine situation (though, as far as the UED is concerned, the rebels have merely been "conscripted"). Duran also aids them in seizing the Dylarian Shipyards, where the UED is able to commandeer a number of Battlecruisers and use them to repel a counter-attack led by Gen. Edmund Duke.

The UEDEF then travels to Tarsonis, which houses the ruins of the Terran Psi-Disruptor. Though Stukov argues for seizing it, DuGalle sides with Duran and mandates that it be destroyed. The UED Captain and Duran fight through four Zerg broods guarding the Psi-Disruptor, but are stopped at the device itself by Ghosts answering to Stukov, who has announced he will destroy it himself. Next, DuGalle moves on Korhal, the center of the Dominion. Mengsk has both a large Battlecruiser fleet and nuclear silos primed at its defense, and DuGalle allows The UED Captain to decide which one to disable, as there is not enough time to stop both. Depending on the Captain's choice, s/he faces a slightly different challenge as the seige descends to Augustgrad, the capitol city. The UED is successful. The Dominion falls, and Arcturus Mengsk's flagship, the ''Norad III'', is intercepted by DuGalle's ''Aleksander''; only the unexpected [[BigDamHeroes interference]] of Jim Raynor, aboard his own flagship ''Hyperion'' and backed by a Protoss flotilla, allows Mengsk to escape with his life. And even then, that life might not be very long, since the UED track them to Aiur.

The situation on Auir is complicated: Raynor's base is near the decommissioned Warp Gate, with Zerg broods in all directions--Zerg who awaken when the Warp Gate re-opens. The Captain is ordered to deal with the Protoss guarding Raynor, while Stukov, Duran and DuGalle hold the flanks against the Zerg. Ultimately, the Captain succeeds, but Raynor and Mengsk escape to Shakuras in a DropShip; the Warp Gate then self-destructs. In addition, Duran shows his trustworthiness by moving his forces out of position under guise of FakeStatic, allowing the Zerg access to the UED war machine. Stukov, who has long doubted Duran's loyalty, leaves the fleet to deal with his own issues.

DuGalle tracks Stukov to Braxis, where he has secreted the Psi-Disruptor. DuGalle, feeling betrayed by his oldest friend, authorizes Duran and The Captain to do what needs to be done. Duran infiltrates the Psi-Disruptor complex and shoots Stukov, [[StealthHiBye disappearing shortly thereafter]]. Stukov, for his FinalSpeech to DuGalle, declares Duran the real traitor. He advocated against the Psi-Disruptor, reportedly the only weapon that could defeat the Zerg; he allowed the Zerg to attack at a crucial moment, enabling Raynor and Mengsk's escape; and now he has succeeded in turning DuGalle and Stukov against each other. He is either infested by the Zerg or is working on their behalf. As though to underscore Stukov's words, the computer announces that the Psi-Disruptor's reactor has been set to overload, and that Zerg are smashing their way in. Despite stiff resistance, DuGalle and the Captain make it to the reactor in time to save the complex. DuGalle announces his intention to operate the Psi-Disruptor 24/7 and garrison it--though he will not have many troops to spare, as his next mission requires his full attention:

Char. Here, the Psi-Disruptor's signal has already put many of Daggoth's broods into disarray, but three Cerebrates remain. One can make its Sunken Colonies temporarily invincible; one can respawn a "Torrasque" super-Ultralisk at will, and the third is surrounded by infested Command Centers with which it can make "Infested Terran" {{Suicide Attack}}ers. The Captain's mission: to defeat all three Cerebrates and take control of the Overmind using powerful drugs. Despite powerful opposition, The Captain succeeds, and the Overmind falls under UED control, rendering them the undisputed masters of the Koprulu Sector.

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The player now takes the role of a UED captain, who is placed under direct command of Vice Adm. Stukov and ordered by the force's leader, Admiral Gerard DuGalle, [=DuGalle=], to establish a forward base on Braxis. Stukov and the NonEntityGeneral make landfall but discover that [[YouRequireMoreVespeneGas They Require More Vespene Gas]]; all the local geysers are already occupied by Dominion refineries. Salvation comes in the form of Lt. Samir Duran, a Ghost in leadership of the Confederate Resistance Forces, and he and Stukov form an EnemyMine situation (though, as far as the UED is concerned, the rebels have merely been "conscripted"). Duran also aids them in seizing the Dylarian Shipyards, where the UED is able to commandeer a number of Battlecruisers and use them to repel a counter-attack led by Gen. Edmund Duke.

The UEDEF then travels to Tarsonis, which houses the ruins of the Terran Psi-Disruptor. Though Stukov argues for seizing it, DuGalle [=DuGalle=] sides with Duran and mandates that it be destroyed. The UED Captain and Duran fight through four Zerg broods guarding the Psi-Disruptor, but are stopped at the device itself by Ghosts answering to Stukov, who has announced he will destroy it himself. Next, DuGalle [=DuGalle=] moves on Korhal, the center of the Dominion. Mengsk has both a large Battlecruiser fleet and nuclear silos primed at its defense, and DuGalle [=DuGalle=] allows The UED Captain to decide which one to disable, as there is not enough time to stop both. Depending on the Captain's choice, s/he faces a slightly different challenge as the seige descends to Augustgrad, the capitol city. The UED is successful. The Dominion falls, and Arcturus Mengsk's flagship, the ''Norad III'', is intercepted by DuGalle's [=DuGalle=] ''Aleksander''; only the unexpected [[BigDamHeroes interference]] of Jim Raynor, aboard his own flagship ''Hyperion'' and backed by a Protoss flotilla, allows Mengsk to escape with his life. And even then, that life might not be very long, since the UED track them to Aiur.

The situation on Auir is complicated: Raynor's base is near the decommissioned Warp Gate, with Zerg broods in all directions--Zerg who awaken when the Warp Gate re-opens. The Captain is ordered to deal with the Protoss guarding Raynor, while Stukov, Duran and DuGalle [=DuGalle=] hold the flanks against the Zerg. Ultimately, the Captain succeeds, but Raynor and Mengsk escape to Shakuras in a DropShip; the Warp Gate then self-destructs. In addition, Duran shows his trustworthiness by moving his forces out of position under guise of FakeStatic, allowing the Zerg access to the UED war machine. Stukov, who has long doubted Duran's loyalty, leaves the fleet to deal with his own issues.

DuGalle [=DuGalle=] tracks Stukov to Braxis, where he has secreted the Psi-Disruptor. DuGalle, [=DuGalle=], feeling betrayed by his oldest friend, authorizes Duran and The Captain to do what needs to be done. Duran infiltrates the Psi-Disruptor complex and shoots Stukov, [[StealthHiBye disappearing shortly thereafter]]. Stukov, for his FinalSpeech to DuGalle, [=DuGalle=], declares Duran the real traitor. He advocated against the Psi-Disruptor, reportedly the only weapon that could defeat the Zerg; he allowed the Zerg to attack at a crucial moment, enabling Raynor and Mengsk's escape; and now he has succeeded in turning DuGalle [=DuGalle=] and Stukov against each other. He is either infested by the Zerg or is working on their behalf. As though to underscore Stukov's words, the computer announces that the Psi-Disruptor's reactor has been set to overload, and that Zerg are smashing their way in. Despite stiff resistance, DuGalle [=DuGalle=] and the Captain make it to the reactor in time to save the complex. DuGalle [=DuGalle=] announces his intention to operate the Psi-Disruptor 24/7 and garrison it--though he will not have many troops to spare, as his next mission requires his full attention:

Char. Here, the Psi-Disruptor's signal has already put many of Daggoth's broods into disarray, but three Cerebrates remain. One can make its Sunken Colonies temporarily invincible; one can respawn a "Torrasque" super-Ultralisk at will, and the third is surrounded by infested Command Centers with which it can make "Infested Terran" {{Suicide Attack}}ers. The Captain's mission: to defeat all three Cerebrates and take control of the Overmind using powerful drugs. Despite powerful this opposition, The Captain succeeds, manages to secure the Overmind, and the Overmind falls under UED control, rendering forces subdue it using powerful drugs. This renders them the undisputed masters of the Koprulu Sector.



Kerrigan reclines in state on the orbital platforms above Char, but her rest is not easy: Artanis arrives to avenge Fenix, DuGalle arrives to avenge Stukov, and Mengsk arrives because he's a {{Jerkass}}. Most of her broods are on the planet surface, with only her loyal Cerebrate in space to defend the platform. Despite desperate odds, and Duran's unexplained absence, she and the Cerebrate repel the invaders. Mengsk is sent home with his tail between his legs, as is Artanis; but the UED, who have been a thorn in her side for so long, receive no quarter. Kerrigan sits now atop the ashes of the Koprulu Sector, the Queen of Blades and self-proclaimed "Queen Bitch of the Universe."

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Kerrigan reclines in state on the orbital platforms above Char, but her rest is not easy: Artanis arrives to avenge Fenix, DuGalle [=DuGalle=] arrives to avenge Stukov, and Mengsk arrives because he's a {{Jerkass}}. Most of her broods are on the planet surface, with only her loyal Cerebrate in space to defend the platform. Despite desperate odds, and Duran's unexplained absence, she and the Cerebrate repel the invaders. Mengsk is sent home with his tail between his legs, as is Artanis; but the UED, who have been a thorn in her side for so long, receive no quarter. Kerrigan sits now atop the ashes of the Koprulu Sector, the Queen of Blades and self-proclaimed "Queen Bitch of the Universe.""
29th May '14 11:54:59 PM slvstrChung
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!!Original Campaigns

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!!Original Campaigns
!!StarCraft I



The Overmind is no more, but Aiur is still in ruins. And far away, Kerrigan still lives.

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The Overmind is no more, but Aiur is still in ruins. And far away, Kerrigan still lives.lives.


!!Brood War

'''''Chapter IV: The Stand'''''

In the wake of the Overmind's defeat, the Zerg proliferate on Auir, though they are largely mindless. Despite protests from Judicator Aldaris, the remaining Protoss emigrate to Shakuras, led by Prelate Zeratul and the previous game's NonEntityGeneral, newly named Artanis and promoted to Praetor in Tassadar's place. The new FeaturelessProtagonist does not get an identity until later, but it's Selendis, a female Protoss, and we'll use that for convenience. Despite pressure from the Zerg, they succeed in evacuating the remaining Protoss through Aiur's last remaining PortalDoor, helped by the OddFriendship in Fenix and Jim Raynor, who stay behind to HoldTheLine. Barely have the migrants arrived, though, that they detect a Zerg infestation on the planet: the Zerg have seized the Auiran side of the Warp Gate. After Selendis & Co deal with this first infestation, Fenix and Raynor close the Warp Gate from the Aiur side, escaping via their own means.

The Dark Templar Matriarch, Razsagal, tells the threesome of of two special crystals, the Khalis and Uraj crystals, which can be brought to a Xel'Naga Temple on Shakuras and used to clear out the Zerg infestation. Selendis, Zeratul and Aldaris set out to obtain the two crystals, aided by the most unlikely of allies: Sarah Kerrigan, the Queen of Blades. Arriving, she explains that she is currently free of Zerg control, but that with a new Overmind growing on Char--created by Daggoth, a surviving Cerebrate--she hasn't her freedom for long. After earning Razsagal's trust, she departs with the Protoss for their mission.

The Uraj Crystal is found on Braxis, an ice world once colonized by Protoss but currently under occupation by the Terran Dominion. Even worse, the world is about to be beseiged by humans from the United Earth Directorate Expeditionary Fleet, sent from EarthThatWas to regain control of the galaxy. Despite opposition from both Mengsk's rank-and-file ''and'' Vice Admiral Alexei Stukov, TheNumberTwo of the UED fleet, Selendis's party succeeds at obtaining the Uraj Crystal and set out for the resting place of the other one: Char. Here, Kerrigan seizes control of a small brood, allowing Selendis control of both the Protoss and Zerg war machines at once. Leaving Daggoth's infant Overmind and now-diminished brood to their own troubles, Selendis's forces return to Shakuras with both crystals.

Here, they discover great trouble: Aldaris had staged a rebellion against Razsagal, with many Auir survivors behind him. Raszagal authorizes lethal force against Aldaris, and Selendis, Zeratul and Artanis are able to capture him. Amidst the heated discussion, however, Kerrigan arrives and executes him. In anger, the Protoss demand that she leave, and she agrees: all she really wanted was the ravaging of Daggoth's brood and the destruction of the Cerebrates growing on Shakuras. Once the Crystals wipe them out, she'll be able to seize Shakuras's growing broods for her own purposes. Despite knowing their actions would benefit their enemy, Selendis, Zeratul and Artanis move forward with the Xel'Naga Temple plan, activating it and freeing Shakuras of the Zerg.

'''''Chapter V: The Iron Fist'''''

The player now takes the role of a UED captain, who is placed under direct command of Vice Adm. Stukov and ordered by the force's leader, Admiral Gerard DuGalle, to establish a forward base on Braxis. Stukov and the NonEntityGeneral make landfall but discover that [[YouRequireMoreVespeneGas They Require More Vespene Gas]]; all the local geysers are already occupied by Dominion refineries. Salvation comes in the form of Lt. Samir Duran, a Ghost in leadership of the Confederate Resistance Forces, and he and Stukov form an EnemyMine situation (though, as far as the UED is concerned, the rebels have merely been "conscripted"). Duran also aids them in seizing the Dylarian Shipyards, where the UED is able to commandeer a number of Battlecruisers and use them to repel a counter-attack led by Gen. Edmund Duke.

The UEDEF then travels to Tarsonis, which houses the ruins of the Terran Psi-Disruptor. Though Stukov argues for seizing it, DuGalle sides with Duran and mandates that it be destroyed. The UED Captain and Duran fight through four Zerg broods guarding the Psi-Disruptor, but are stopped at the device itself by Ghosts answering to Stukov, who has announced he will destroy it himself. Next, DuGalle moves on Korhal, the center of the Dominion. Mengsk has both a large Battlecruiser fleet and nuclear silos primed at its defense, and DuGalle allows The UED Captain to decide which one to disable, as there is not enough time to stop both. Depending on the Captain's choice, s/he faces a slightly different challenge as the seige descends to Augustgrad, the capitol city. The UED is successful. The Dominion falls, and Arcturus Mengsk's flagship, the ''Norad III'', is intercepted by DuGalle's ''Aleksander''; only the unexpected [[BigDamHeroes interference]] of Jim Raynor, aboard his own flagship ''Hyperion'' and backed by a Protoss flotilla, allows Mengsk to escape with his life. And even then, that life might not be very long, since the UED track them to Aiur.

The situation on Auir is complicated: Raynor's base is near the decommissioned Warp Gate, with Zerg broods in all directions--Zerg who awaken when the Warp Gate re-opens. The Captain is ordered to deal with the Protoss guarding Raynor, while Stukov, Duran and DuGalle hold the flanks against the Zerg. Ultimately, the Captain succeeds, but Raynor and Mengsk escape to Shakuras in a DropShip; the Warp Gate then self-destructs. In addition, Duran shows his trustworthiness by moving his forces out of position under guise of FakeStatic, allowing the Zerg access to the UED war machine. Stukov, who has long doubted Duran's loyalty, leaves the fleet to deal with his own issues.

DuGalle tracks Stukov to Braxis, where he has secreted the Psi-Disruptor. DuGalle, feeling betrayed by his oldest friend, authorizes Duran and The Captain to do what needs to be done. Duran infiltrates the Psi-Disruptor complex and shoots Stukov, [[StealthHiBye disappearing shortly thereafter]]. Stukov, for his FinalSpeech to DuGalle, declares Duran the real traitor. He advocated against the Psi-Disruptor, reportedly the only weapon that could defeat the Zerg; he allowed the Zerg to attack at a crucial moment, enabling Raynor and Mengsk's escape; and now he has succeeded in turning DuGalle and Stukov against each other. He is either infested by the Zerg or is working on their behalf. As though to underscore Stukov's words, the computer announces that the Psi-Disruptor's reactor has been set to overload, and that Zerg are smashing their way in. Despite stiff resistance, DuGalle and the Captain make it to the reactor in time to save the complex. DuGalle announces his intention to operate the Psi-Disruptor 24/7 and garrison it--though he will not have many troops to spare, as his next mission requires his full attention:

Char. Here, the Psi-Disruptor's signal has already put many of Daggoth's broods into disarray, but three Cerebrates remain. One can make its Sunken Colonies temporarily invincible; one can respawn a "Torrasque" super-Ultralisk at will, and the third is surrounded by infested Command Centers with which it can make "Infested Terran" {{Suicide Attack}}ers. The Captain's mission: to defeat all three Cerebrates and take control of the Overmind using powerful drugs. Despite powerful opposition, The Captain succeeds, and the Overmind falls under UED control, rendering them the undisputed masters of the Koprulu Sector.

'''''Chapter VI: The Queen of Blades'''''

The player steps into the shoes (ooze?) of a Cerebrate on Tarsonis, now serving Sarah Kerrigan. She's not in good shape: though she has the help of Samir Duran, indeed infested, the Psi-Disruptor's signal has reached Tarsonis, and she, Duran and the Cerebrate are forced to put down the feral Zerg. Next, she takes her brood to Braxis, where she conferences with Raynor, Fenix and a recently-returned-from-cryo Arcturus Mengsk. He agrees to turn over to her the Dominion's Psi-Emitters in return for her help in retaking Korhal. With the help of said Psi-Emitter, Kerrigan collects many of the feral Zerg roaming Braxis, eventually overwhelming the scanty UED defenses and destroying the Psi-Disruptor once and for all.

After a quick stop at the resource-rich planet of Moria to refill her brood's coffers, Kerrigan moves on Korhal. Despite defensive efforts from the UED, employing their new Slave Broods, Kerrigan's Zerg are successful, dealing yet another blow to the UED's stranglehold on the Koprulu Sector. (Indeed, she notes that, if the small size of the Slave Brood was any indication, the UED are having trouble controlling their new Overmind.) The easy victory also makes it the perfect time to engage in some ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. General Duke is killed in defense of his Emperor, and Fenix's Protoss are wiped out to a man. Jim Raynor, his wroth roused, swears to kill her for her crimes before departing.

Kerrigan, weary of bloodshed for the first time since her transformation, returned her brood to Tarsonis for recuperation. There, the UED descends with its slave broods. However, Duran identifies the locus of UED control, and Kerrigan is able to turn the slave broods against their masters. Newly augmented, Kerrigan sets out for Shakuras. Besieging the capitol of Talematros, Kerrigan is able to devastate the defenses and kidnap Matriarch Razsagal. She spirits the Matriarch to Char, with Zeratul and Artanis in pursuit. There, she reveals her intentions: Zeratul can have his beloved monarch back if he aids her in destroying the new Overmind. Despite his mistrust, he complies; but when he asks Razsagal if she wishes to return to Shakuras, she declines, and Kerrigan "admits" that she took mental control of Razsagal quite a while ago, thus turning the Protoss into perfect tools. Zeratul, incensed, arranges for transport to the surface of Char, where he arranges for a warp transit back to Shakuras. With only [[TimedMission 30 minutes]] to stop him, Kerrigan orders the full might of her broods to descend on Char. She does not succeed in killing Zeratul or Razsagal, however--because Zeratul, realizing his beloved Matriarch is gone forever, slays her himself. [[MercyKill Freed from her mind control]], Razsagal declares Zeratul the new ruler of the Dark Templar, and Kerrigan lets him leave, knowing he will not be able to live with himself.

Zeratul, attempting to locate Artanis, instead stumbles upon a secret lab where unholy experiments have been taking place: someone is attempting to create Protoss-Zerg Hybrids. That someone is revealed to be Samir Duran, who claims to be thousands of years old and serving some higher power. Zeratul destroys the lab, but its contents will continue to haunt him.

Kerrigan reclines in state on the orbital platforms above Char, but her rest is not easy: Artanis arrives to avenge Fenix, DuGalle arrives to avenge Stukov, and Mengsk arrives because he's a {{Jerkass}}. Most of her broods are on the planet surface, with only her loyal Cerebrate in space to defend the platform. Despite desperate odds, and Duran's unexplained absence, she and the Cerebrate repel the invaders. Mengsk is sent home with his tail between his legs, as is Artanis; but the UED, who have been a thorn in her side for so long, receive no quarter. Kerrigan sits now atop the ashes of the Koprulu Sector, the Queen of Blades and self-proclaimed "Queen Bitch of the Universe."
15th Nov '11 1:53:59 PM MrBadAxe
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Suddenly, Daggoth informs Kerrigan that Zasz has been slain, and that the Overmind's usual ability to reanimate the fallen cerebrates has somehow been nullified. As a result, Zasz' Garm Brood has gone berserk, killing everything in sight. Kerrigan is ordered to slay all that remains of Zasz' wayward brood. The Overmind is displeased with this turn of events. However, in the moment when Zasz was slain, the Overmind touched minds with Zasz' assassin, the Dark Templar Zeratul, learning from him the location of the Protoss' homeworld of Aiur. Kerrigan is tasked with trapping and exterminating the Dark Templar, to insure they don not interfere with his plans again.

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Suddenly, Daggoth informs Kerrigan that Zasz has been slain, and that the Overmind's usual ability to reanimate the fallen cerebrates has somehow been nullified. As a result, Zasz' Garm Brood has gone berserk, killing everything in sight. Kerrigan is ordered to slay all that remains of Zasz' wayward brood. The Overmind is displeased with this turn of events. However, in the moment when Zasz was slain, the Overmind touched minds with Zasz' assassin, the Dark Templar Zeratul, learning from him the location of the Protoss' homeworld of Aiur. Kerrigan is tasked with trapping and exterminating the Dark Templar, to insure they don do not interfere with his plans again.
15th Nov '11 1:51:57 PM MrBadAxe
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Mengsk and the player's forces relocate to Antiga Prime, where the population is sympathetic to the Sons of Korhal, but kept in line by General Duke's Alpha Squadron. With the help of Mengsk's right hand officer, Lieutenant Sarah Kerrigan, a telepathic ghost operative, Raynor and the player assassinate the leader of the Antiga colony, and the population enter into open revolt against the Confederacy. Duke is dispatched to put down the rebellion, but his flaghip, ''Norad II'', is shot down by Zerg flyers. Sensing an opportunity, Mengsk offers to rescue Duke's forces, if he and Alpha Squadron would defect. Duke reluctantly agrees.

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Mengsk and the player's forces relocate to Antiga Prime, where the population is sympathetic to the Sons of Korhal, but kept in line by General Duke's Alpha Squadron. With the help of Mengsk's right hand officer, Lieutenant Sarah Kerrigan, a telepathic ghost Ghost operative, Raynor and the player assassinate the leader of the Antiga colony, and the population enter into open revolt against the Confederacy. Duke is dispatched to put down the rebellion, but his flaghip, ''Norad II'', is shot down by Zerg flyers. Sensing an opportunity, Mengsk offers to rescue Duke's forces, if he and Alpha Squadron would defect. Duke reluctantly agrees.



The player's perspective shifts to that of a newly-created Zerg Cerebrate, a being responsible for commanding the Zerg broods. Whereas other Cerebrates are charged with commanding vast swarms of Zerg, the player's purpose is much more focused: it is responsible for guarding a chrysalis, in which the Overmind is growing a great champion for the Swarm. The cerebrate's clears out the last Terran resistance on Tarsonis, with the assistance of two other Cerebrates, Daggoth and Zasz. The player then clears a path through the Protoss fleet in orbit. The Swarm leave Tarsonis and travel to the lava planet Char.

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The player's perspective shifts to that of a newly-created Zerg Cerebrate, a being responsible for commanding the Zerg broods. Whereas other Cerebrates are charged with commanding vast swarms of Zerg, the player's purpose is much more focused: it is responsible for guarding a chrysalis, in which the Overmind is growing a great champion for the Swarm. The cerebrate's cerebrate clears out the last Terran resistance on Tarsonis, with the assistance of two other Cerebrates, Daggoth and Zasz. The player then clears a path through the Protoss fleet in orbit. The Swarm leave Tarsonis and travel to the lava planet Char.
15th Nov '11 1:51:05 PM MrBadAxe
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Mengsk now turns his attention to Tarsonis, the Confederate capitol world. Using General Duke's knowledge of the planet's defenses, the Sons of Korhal dispatch the Delta and Omega squadrons defending the orbital platforms. Another set of Psi-Emitters is deployed. Kerrigan is incensed that Mengsk would continue to use them. At that point, the Protoss arrive, presumably to repeat their performances on Mar Sara and Antiga. this time, Mengsk orders Kerrigan and the rest of the Sons of Korhal to defend the rampaging Zerg from the Protoss. The Protoss are dispatched, but a huge wave of Zerg are approaching Kerrigan's position. Kerrigan demands evac, but Mengsk ignores her and moves his fleet away from Tarsonis, leaving Kerrigan stranded.

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Mengsk now turns his attention to Tarsonis, the Confederate capitol world. Using General Duke's knowledge of the planet's defenses, the Sons of Korhal dispatch the Delta and Omega squadrons defending the orbital platforms. Another set of Psi-Emitters is deployed. Kerrigan is incensed that Mengsk would continue to use them. At that point, the Protoss arrive, presumably to repeat their performances on Mar Sara and Antiga. this time, Mengsk orders Kerrigan and the rest of the Sons of Korhal to defend the rampaging Zerg from the Protoss. The Protoss are dispatched, but a huge wave of Zerg are approaching approach Kerrigan's position. Kerrigan demands evac, but Mengsk ignores her and moves his fleet away from Tarsonis, leaving Kerrigan stranded.
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