Thrawn's Revenge is a large-scale mod for Empire at War: Forces of Corruption. It includes the events of the Galactic Civil War after Palpatine's death at Endor, up until the signing of the Pellaeon-Gavrisom treaty. If you own the Steam version of EaW, you will have to complete extra steps to run the mod after installation. Please see the manual for these steps.

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Ixor779 Jan 29 2012 says:

The Hand is my favorite faction, and this is why.

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Zig92 Jan 30 2012 says:

everything looks awesome

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Plejadenwolf Feb 12 2012 says:

I think the new Ascendancy-class in it's shape does not look as good as the previous model. The only weird thing about the old model was the hangar. But the overall design and silhouette of the old one was just better and in my opinion more symbol-like such as the Imperial-class is for the Empire.
Don't get me wrong, this model looks good but it looks more like an in-between of destroyers up to cruisers and capital ships.

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.Corey. Feb 13 2012 replied:

The Ascendancy, size-wise, isn't meant to be the same as the Imperial Star Destroyer. It's about as strong or stronger, but it's more compact and has less defining hull characteristics so there were fewer obvious targets (based on the description of the Chiss Star Destroyer in every book it's been in). The only problem is that like the Warlord and Kariek, it still has to be set to the proper scale. The old model was a turbo-smoothed triangle full of mesh errors.

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Plejadenwolf Feb 13 2012 replied:

I see, but the overall shape was nice especially the front part of the old model, it was more gentle some kind of. The new model is very well done, nothing to criticize about. It's just that this compact design should be representative for the symbolic Ascendancy-class... A mixture of both would be an interesting concept to see. But well, it's just me complaining. Keep up your great work, can't wait to see the Ssi-ruuk!

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Some screenshots of Imperial, New Republic and Empire of the Hand fleets.

Jan 29th, 2012
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