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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Forloftol Apr 6 2013 says:

I still don't like the look of that planet... Looks '2D'. I don't know how to fully word it...

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AC-Suchti Apr 6 2013 replied:

There are some issues about it, we have to deal with first. After that, we'll have a try on making it more realistic :)

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Jack_Hunter Apr 7 2013 replied:

Like I answered you under the news, the destroyed planet is just a skydome, the background of every map. OK, it could be 3D and not 2D, but we are no professional development team and we havn't such big resources. Our 3D artist have many other imporzant things to do, so we could just take a 2D grafic.

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EclipseStardestroyer Apr 6 2013 says:

Wait, if it's where the battle of the episode "Camelot", why is there is an exploded planet in the background? I don't remember a planet there. I thought the whole planet was swallowed up by the black hole powering it or something.

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Jack_Hunter Apr 7 2013 replied:

Yes you're right. The planet collapsed and changed to a Black Hole, but what looks better in the background, this cool destroyed planet or a faintly to see Black Hole? Besides it is a game and not reality. So not all must be 100 % correct. In this episode you havn't see a Black Hole and just an empty black background is boring.

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We have a winner!
As Drain correctly assumed, the planet we were looking for was P3Y-229.

The next clue for riddle four will be posted tomorrow ;)

Apr 6th, 2013
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