///----MOD INFO----/// The Mod Star Wars Empire at War The Terran Incident is a Mod of Frankie, Drako & Raab. The TTI Mod is a total conversion for the game Empire at War: Forces of Corruption and gets 3 complete new races which you can play. There is no compare to a TV series or any game, so all is complete new! The 3 races are the Terrans, Eridanes and the Dragans, more later. There will be a new Galaxy map with nice new features like black holes or supernovas and has ca. 80 - 100 planets. All things will be changed what can be changed !!! projected are: - 3 races: Terrans made by Frankie Eridans made by Raab Dragans made by Drako - complete new units - new skins - new planet areas - complete new weapons, engines and all other, but we will see what is possible and what not in the view of the scripts. - there are a complete new galaxy map which will be reworked in many aspects, also not only the planet names… many new things, black holes, supernovas, wormhole and so one…! Let...
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