This is a total conversion mod for Empire at War / Forces of Corruption. It takes place right after the Battle of Geonosis in "Attack of the Clones". Replacing the Empire, Rebels and Zann Consortium with the Galactic Republic and Seperatist Alliance along with The Hutt Cartel, Pirates and Neutral Worlds.

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_w_ Dec 20 2012, 3:37am says:

So many adorable little faces ;(

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Melbournelad
Melbournelad Dec 20 2012, 3:42am says:

It is extremely good of you to do this ozzy. I agree no recognition should be given to that freak of a human being. RIP to these kids and brave staff :(

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Dec 20 2012, 11:34am says:

This is very powerful. What you see here, is potential which has been destroyed. Just like the 2nd and 1st WWar imagine the potential of the millions of people who died. One of these kids could have grown up to find a cure or become great. And it is gone. That is the real tragic thing.

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Ordo3122
Ordo3122 Dec 20 2012, 12:42pm says:

I still cant believe the Westboro Baptist church wanted to picket their funeral, ****** up, poor families have had enough

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IC-OSIK
IC-OSIK Dec 20 2012, 2:19pm says:

Honestly, why someone would do this is beyond the imagining of any sane person.

Also, the National Rifle Association has broken its silence and basically said "we need to make sure this doesn't happen again."

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Jedi_Clone_X2
Jedi_Clone_X2 Dec 20 2012, 4:20pm says:

it's funny how people remember the ones that died at the school but not the mom of the shooter that got shot in the dead several times and died

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.JAS
.JAS Dec 22 2012, 3:43pm replied:

The mother of the shooter did die at the school, she was a teacher.

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george76
george76 Dec 20 2012, 8:32pm says: Online

did anyone hear about the guy near ceder lake im just curiouse cause someone said another guy was planning to kill more people at school and live pretty close to ceder lake

ps idk if this was at ceder lake was real or not or just some rumor but if u know let me know

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Ozzy667
Ozzy667 Dec 20 2012, 8:46pm replied:

There have been a lot of arrest nationwide of people planning or threatening copy cat massacres.
the guy in Ceder lake was arrested for threats and was found with 47 guns in his home
Suntimes.com

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Cody17
Cody17 Dec 20 2012, 10:29pm says:

This is just saddening so young and us older take our lives for granted :(

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malanthor
malanthor Dec 21 2012, 1:44pm says:

This is just the symptom of a diseased society. Still, i think we should try our hardest to prevent tragedies such as this, but not by giving out more guns like the NRA wants. All those young ones who had their lifes snuffed out, and all those left behind.
My deepest sympathy for your grief.

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Legend67549
Legend67549 Dec 22 2012, 3:54pm replied:

Okay, here is a problem that nobody realizes involving gun control: It only affects the people that obey the law in the first place. The NRA does have a better idea, that of an armed populace. In Texas, schoolteachers can legally have handguns. If someone attempted a shooting at a school there, they would last about 30 seconds before they are gunned down from all sides, saving the lives of dozens of children. Now, if I had an actual intent to go on a shooting spree, gun control laws wouldn't be able to stop me one bit. Fully automatic weapons aren't hard to come by, if you know where to look. The black market is pretty prevalent. I could pick up a military-grade weapon in about a week. So, in the end, gun control only affects the law-abiding citizens, not the kind of people who have every intention to break the law in the first place by committing murder.

This is a terrible tragedy, and I give my deepest condolences to the families of the deceased and all those affected.

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malanthor
malanthor Dec 24 2012, 8:09am says:

That argument is lame. There is a direct connection between having lot of legal weapons AND lot of illegal weapon. If you were to cut off the legal supply of weapons in the US it would pretty soon be felt in the illegal market aswell. Where in the world do you think the black market gets their guns from? The latest masacres have also been done with LEGAL weapons, not illegal. People like you make me sick, its because of people like you things like that are allowed to happen. Shame on you.

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Legend67549
Legend67549 Dec 25 2012, 9:41am replied:

And whoops, I forgot to sign in when posting that, so here it is again:

Excuse me, but no need to get personal. A person who does their research makes you sick? Fine, then live in your sorry ignorance. A couple years ago for my research paper I did extensive research on this whole topic to find out the truth behind the issue, and from what I saw it was pretty clear. If you want to merely see what I saw, then do your research as well. Until then you have no right to declare shame on me.

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malanthor
malanthor Dec 25 2012, 3:48pm replied:

When you say that the solution is more weapons and more armed people, then you are indeed part of the problem. You are what, 18 years old, did you do your research as part of a school project. Sorry young man. But you are clearly mistaken. I dont know where you get your data from, but its clearly not correct. Im not going to continue this here, but as long as you stand for what you do you are indeed indirectly and partially responsible for tragedies like this. So yes, indeed: shame on you and those who think like you.

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I just want to share these images with you and tell some of the stories of true heroes. I feel it i very important that we do not mention the killers name, his face for these people feed off of this attention. They should remain unknown and be erased from history. The media should receive no encouragement to show these peoples faces.
The lady in white is Dawn Hochsprung, the schools principal. The the killer started shooting Dawn and the school psychologist Mary Sherlach ran toward the gunshots. They both attempted to rush the killer to stop him and both paid for it with there lives.
The girl with the green scarf is Victoria Soto. She was one of the teachers and when she heard the gunshots she hid her students in the closet while she stayed to face the gunman and tell him her students were in the gym. Because of this 10 of her 15 students were able to survive.
Certainly we can make our world better than this. As I have said before this latest shooting has hit me very very hard. I have been affected by this in a way that feels like one of my own loved ones was killed. I want the world to know there names and I want the world to give the killers no recognition. They should forever be forgotten. RIP beautiful angels of Newtown Elementary.

The list of names are names I will not forget
20 Children:
Charlotte Bacon, 6
Daniel Barden, 7
Olivia Engel, 6
Josephine Gay, 7
Ana M. Marquez-Greene, 6
Dylan Hockley, 6
Madeleine F. Hsu, 6
Catherine V. Hubbard, 6
Chase Kowalski, 7
Jesse Lewis, 6
James Mattioli, 6
Grace McDonnell, 7
Emilie Parker, 6
Jack Pinto, 6
Noah Pozner, 6
Caroline Previdi, 6
Jessica Rekos, 6
Avielle Richman, 6
Benjamin Wheeler, 6
Allison N. Wyatt, 6

Six adults
Rachel Davino, 29
Dawn Hochsprung, 47, principal
Anne Marie Murphy, 52, special education teacher
Lauren Rousseau, 30, teacher
Mary Sherlach, 56, school psychologist
Victoria Soto, 27, first grade teacher

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