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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artos25977 Mar 21 2011 says:

I love HB-302

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Juffe Mar 21 2011 says:

F-302 FTW ;)

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ZionandGaz Mar 21 2011 says:

For the bomber can ye just make a space version of the B-52 haha could you imagin that.
Your looking out the window of your hatak and you see a B-52.

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EclipseStardestroyer Mar 21 2011 says:

F-302 are just awesome!

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Spinobreaker Mar 22 2011 says:


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Darth_Windu Mar 22 2011 says:

Question - why don't the Tauri use Puddlejumpers as bombers and transports?

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Hank Ishtar
Hank Ishtar Mar 22 2011 replied:

*Russian Commissar from COD2* Because real Puddle Jumpers are valuable! infact they are allot more valuable then you!

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[SGMG]McKay Mar 22 2011 replied:

Because Tauri never "built" Puddle Jumpers and never had enough for an army.

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Darth_Windu Mar 23 2011 replied:

True, but they were used very extensively by Atlantis personnel

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MerlinGalgotta Mar 23 2011 replied:

That's why you get some with Atlantis. But it makes no sense to make them the "usual" bombers and transporters.

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Darth_Windu Mar 24 2011 replied:

Are they going to be the transport units for Stargate teams trained/built on Atlantis?

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MerlinGalgotta Mar 25 2011 replied:


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Crash_and_burn Mar 22 2011 says:

The HB-302 wing shape looks like the TAC fighters from Starship Troopers.

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robertlovage Mar 25 2011 says:

so the drop ship to land troops can u take over a ship with them

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Dave27 Mar 26 2011 replied:

That would be awesome if you could send infiltrating teams in to distrupt enemy captail ship systems

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MerlinGalgotta Mar 27 2011 replied:

No, taking over ships is absolutely annoying in FoC as you can't restrict it, means you can take over every ship or none.

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Ratty450 Mar 28 2011 says:

it would be cool to have the X-302 with the hyperdive

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Darth_Windu Mar 28 2011 says:

Out of curiosity, have you considered some of the designs listed here -

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snowtrooper514 Mar 29 2011 says:

Not to complain but, if you were to designate the tauri ships the USAF does the B-302 would be a FB-302, since it is just a slight modification from the F-302. The HB-302 would be a B-305, because it is almost entirely different from the F-302. I also have a suggestion for the destination for the drop ship C-305 or C-306, which would be correct from a USAF point of view.

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Darth_Windu Mar 30 2011 replied:

I already pointed the designation errors a while back to the team but they won't fix it. The B-302 isn't so bad (though as you note, FB-302 is more correct) but the worst is the HB-302. According to the US military designation system it means "Helicopter, Bomber". Not sure I'd called the 302 a helicopter...

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WarJunkie Apr 16 2011 says:

the proper designation for a fighter with bombing capabilities is F/A
for example the F/A-302

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Darth_Windu Apr 19 2011 replied:

Not necessarily. Many multi-role fighter-bombers just have have the F designation, like the F-15E/K/S/I, F-16, F-22, F-35 etc

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WarJunkie Apr 28 2011 replied:

true but i was just sayign it looks weird with FB-302

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ChrPunx Dec 26 2011 replied:

its F/A-22, and there is the F/B-22, and the F35 isn't realy a fighter its was designeded for ground-suport, the F35 'll replace the F14,F16, A10 and other light bombers\ground-suport ... and should be F/B-302, our F-302A if it is a next generetion of the F302....And Bombers normaly get the "B" designation like the B2, B-52, B1....

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ChrPunx Sep 18 2011 says:

The 1.3 have those ships?

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Render of all Tau'ri fighters:

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