Stargate - Empire at War: Pegasus Chronicles is a total conversion for the fantastic game Star Wars - Empire at War: Forces of corruption. This total conversion will replace every single Star Wars asset of the original game with Stargate assets. This includes units, buildings, icons, sounds, videos and so much more. Pegasus Chronicles offers 3 playable races, the Ta'uri (alliance between Earth and the Asgard), Anubis (a mighty systemlord) and the Wraith. Beside these 3 playable races, you will meet many non-playable ones like the Replicators, the Asurans, the systemlord alliance, the Aschen, the Ori and many more. Each faction will have several space and land units, well known from the series or completely new ones. Contrary to our first full version for the normal Empire at War, the next release will offer finished GC maps, in which you can play through the known Stargate storylines and experience a lot of never seen missions and adventures.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias

Hive is doomed!

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

thats more like go TAURI!!

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PRAW171
PRAW171

ya that hive is done for...

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Venators
Venators

The Hive would be crushed. The O'Neill was the height of Asgard engineering brilliance.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yeh before they blew themselves up

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Gaunt123
Gaunt123

They did that because of a biological issue, not a military one. They could have crushed the Wraith had they devoted full attention to it. Remember the O'Neill escaped the Battle of the Supergate basically unharmed.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yes but they could have carried on fighting for a few months or even a year but they chose not too

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Venators
Venators

That's because the Ori were on their way and they wanted the ship to escape. Hence, they sacrificed themselves and took, what was it? Two Ori motherships with them.

If the Asgard could cure their genetic disease, and start to be able to reproduce sexually, then they would have remained a super power in the galaxy. Possibly even being able to help destroy the Wraith.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yeh but if you look at it this way entire asgaurd civilizasion 4 2 ori motherships with the asguard beam wepons they could have have equipted their ships with them and destroyed the ori ships easily even if they could nolt reproduce

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Venators
Venators

They knew they could not survive and did not know how long their civilization would remain intact. So, thinking they had not enough time to equip their O'niell-class ships with the Plasma Beam weaponry, they decided to give it to the Earth vessel...

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

hmm i see your point it probebly was one of the better options but they should have given their ships to the tauri after all it seems like a waste of a perfectly good fleet

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Just wondering will you add the Arturus Maximus Primus? and i don't mean Tauri only or Asuras's last defence but as a ship for all faction's, something like a race, first one to this planet get's the Arcturus.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

ive not heard of that ship before?

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Ryuseimaru
Ryuseimaru

Oh my god! It's Project Arcturus moblized!

To all those people wondering:
Project Arcturus is the thing where they try to extract zero point energy from our own space-time. McKay blew up a solar system in that episode. Was in season 3. Watch it, it's pretty cool.

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Google it, you will be glad you did ;)

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

i love that ship! is it in the series?

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

never mind

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Rissien
Rissien

The Ancients were more numerous and more powerful than the Asgard and couldnt defeat the Wraith, what gives you the idea the Asgard would win? Sure in any stand up fights but the war overall would of ended the same.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

The ancients belived the problem with the wraith was best solved using technolegy one example is the replicators the asgard would have just gone in with their O'Neil class ships and blown the wraith to hell!

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Seems like every advanced race in the series was kinda arogent believing their tech. to win the battles for them, kinda like the Future warrior program right? training and tactics can never be replaced by technolegy only upgraded.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

even with the stongest ships and soldiers without tactics and training they will be useless. The ancients could have destroyed the wraith in a matter of days but they choose to find a technologicol means of fighting then instead of attacking them head on with their ships

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

That's what i meant, if someone remeber's the Zulu? they beat the English with club's! and the English had rifle's, so you see you really do need tactics to win a war not just numbers or tech. since enemies adapt to face certain tactics.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

I agree the S.A.S, delta force and navy seals all use tactics and technolegy and they are some of the worlds most elite combining tactics and tech! an army of 500 poorly armed milita would not stand against a battalion of any of these forces! in any battle, tactics are esencial to win

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AC-Suchti Creator
AC-Suchti

The right mix of tactic, technology and mass wins! When you have only 2guys beside you with great technology and tactic, you will loose against 50thousand guys with stones. And when you have 50thousand guys beside you, you will be destroyed by only one nuke. And when you and your enemy have the same weapons and the same count, you will win with the best tactic :D

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

not always a defendable position with only 1 entry 2 mini guns and a few million rounds of ammo it would be a massacre only by pure luck could sticks and stones beat that!

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Venators
Venators

Except the right tech can easily defeat huge numbers of enemies. Like a plague, for example, could have defeated the Wraith, if it were advanced enough.

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icer
icer

they did create a virues that kills not only wraith by also the hive ship thye just couldnt deliver it effecntly. however all they had to do was create a hollow rail around, load it with the virus, and fire it at a hive ship, the virus will infect the hive and the wraith then bye bye hive.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yes but when it penatreted the ship the virus would be sucked into space and even if it was not sucked into space it would not have spread fast enough to be of any tactical advantage

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Venators
Venators

They could have, I know, invented beaming technology! *gasps*

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

wraith had jamming technology"gasp"

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Gaunt123
Gaunt123

Yes, about that. Why not set the nuke to go of a second after beaming, then beam it right OUTSIDE the Wraith hive? That way they don't mess with the beaming jamming, and a nuke right next door would still be VERY painful.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

well because the wraith where using a certain frequency to jam the signals it would make sense that signal would extend around the hive aswell. also a single nuke hitting the hive does little damege as seen in the episode where 2 of them are on there way too earth(cant remember which one it is) a nuke gets though the darts and hits the hive sheppard and todd(i think its todd) are in and it barly shakes the ship so you need the nuke to enter the ship then detonate it. also any one correct me about the episode if im wrong anywhere :)

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Venators
Venators

*But if they could simultaneously teleport a whole lot of nuke right outside the hive, then have them automatically fly into it, they could do a lot more damage. Let's not forget the majority of the nukes get hit before they even get near the hive.

Jump in, beam the nukes next to the hive, have them travel the rest of the way by themselves (for a few seconds), and they would ruin the hive.

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icer
icer

lol you guys are forgetting that the nukes are in missles, so they dont ahve to beam it next to the hive, just get it as close as possible and let the rocket part do the rest.

but hes right 1 nuke hitting the hull dosnt do that much damage, youd need several to cause some serious damage to the hive (unless its a gatebuster inwhich case the hive is going bye bye)

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

i theory it would be possible but it seems a waste of nukes as you would need at least 4 to destroy the hive while only one from the inside but it probebly would be the best way to get a nuke to the hive. but what i would do is beam the whole missile outside the dart bay and fly it in when it opens then detonate it assuming they dont destroy it the nuke would do a lot more damage from there and you should only need 2 nukes then 1 for each bay

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Venators
Venators

True, but you would have to be sure they'd actually let out the darts. The Daedalus' main weapons before the plasma beams were devastating to the darts.

Also, better safe than sorry.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yeh but by placing the nukes there they may not deploy the darts which will allow for the bc 304 the concentrate on the hive if they do let out the darts bye bye hive ship

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Venators
Venators

True. But they certainly seemed to have a sufficient amount of nukes to take out several Hives.

So there we are folks, one way the Tau'ri could have better fought the Wraith without beam weapons.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yeh but in the end the beam wepons where the most effective wepon against hive ships

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Venators
Venators

Except it takes three beam attacks to take down one hive and they can only fire four shots per attack run. So in truth, they can only destroy 2 hives before their shields start to fail. With the nukes, seeing as they have hundreds, they could very well destroy a large amount of hives very quickly.

Add the beam weapons as extra, and you've got one VERY powerful ship.

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icer
icer

no way, the reason it only fired 4 times is cause they were using hit and run tatics. if they were going to a battle, they wouldnt use hit and run tatics, they stay at a distance and fire the beam weapons at the hives. as for the sheilds, the 304 sheilds can last well over 10 mins of attack before they start to succumb to the firepower and thats without a ZPM

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Venators
Venators

Obviously they can only fire four shots per 'swoop', else they would have destroyed both hives. It's that simple. The weapons clearly need a short time to recharge before you can fire four more shots. Tell me one episode where they've fired more than four shots in a row.

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

i doubt there is one and the reason most likely being they would have blown the capacitors or something

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icer
icer

season 10 last episode, they fired several shots at the ori vessels

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Venators
Venators

So in one scene they fired more than four beams in a row?

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

yes but the oddesey had the asguard core and the zpm so maybe the extra power allowed it to let off more shots?

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Venators
Venators

Perhaps.

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Spinobreaker
Spinobreaker

dont forget the battle against the replicators, theyre seen firing several in rapid fire against auroras...

personally id put my money on CAter Class asgard ships...
Yes i know theres no such thing, but thats what i call Oniell class ships that have been upgraded with asgard beam weapons lol

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Venators
Venators

There was more than one ship, so if you are to review the episode, make sure they're all from the same ship. because i don't think they can fire more than four shots in a row (The only possible excuse being with a ZPM).

A Carter-class ship for me would be the science vessel, always upgraded with the latest technology. Sleek, not overly-powerful but with a special super-weapon. Possibly a mass fighter-destroying ability. Perhaps volatile nano-bots that spread quickly amongst fighters but have little effect against capital ships?

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Adrien_Victus
Adrien_Victus

during the battle with the Aurora replicators there was the appolo and the daedalus right? the daedalus had a zpm???

also the carter class. multipul beam wepons! nano missles maybe(G.I joe style)? asgaurd cores(2) and maybe a zpm for extra power that would be deadly :D

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Venators
Venators

The latest ZPM replica, it powers the ship's heavy weapons, but is deadly when it goes critical. If the ship is destroyed, it can damage nearby vessels as well. That would be cool.

And yes, the battle of Asuras had (I think, maybe more) two ships. I do not think there was a Zpm, but both ships look extremely alike, so it would be difficult to differentiate between them during the scenes.

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