Darth Revan is back...A Sith Lord from a time period 4,000 years prior to star wars: A new hope. One of the greatest strategists in the galaxy, his actions had lasting ramifications for the Republic, Jedi and the Sith for millennia to come. The Reckoning is an alternate history to the original trilogy, the storyline is 4000 years in the future, therefore, making it non-canonical; a story of what would have happened if certain key events in their respective canon sources had played out differently. EIGHT CAMPAIGNS...Groundbreaking, the 'Final Edition' is a technical triumph...Featuring eight campaigns; the Fourth Faction is fully playable and does not interfere with GC or Skirmish mode. In conclusion, uncompromising, unrestricted and fully executable game play...'Bad to the Bone', a formidable beast.

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packy21 Sep 6 2012, 9:22am says:

what is actually the era of the mod. seeing the civil war and clone wars. and what does this video mean? is version 1.0 almost done? because you where finished with 0.5 verry fast

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166248 Sep 6 2012, 11:21am says:

a number of clone-wars ships were used well into the civil war, even with the introduction of newer warships. many of the Acclimators were converted into cargo ships, and as vanilla EAW showed us, light cruisers. and the Venator remained much the same. although i think one of them might have been converted into a flight school. and the Victory and Imperial Classes made their debut in the clone wars

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Belitinog Nov 7 2012, 9:03pm says:

Actually it can be all eras. If you play the Rebels you can unlock CIS and Republic ships in Galactic conquest. If you play as the Empire you can unlock some advanced Sith ships. If you play as Revan's Alliance you get the crew from KOTOR and old republic ships and Sith ships.

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