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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brodur May 3 2012 says:

O my, that there is a fairly large hulk of space plants!

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godroyah May 4 2012 says:


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Enceladus Creator
Enceladus May 5 2012 replied:

From left to right; MC90, Viscount and a MC80B.

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Med8r May 4 2012 says:

Love it, I was wondering when the Viscount would finally make it in. Compared to an Executor-SSD, will it be more/less formidable, or about the same?

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ZeronTR May 4 2012 replied:

In terms of sheer weaponry, they are about equal. However, the Mon Calamari have clearly learned from the mistakes of the SSD and as a consequence the Viscount has much better firing arcs. The Viscount is much more versatile, can fight much better, carries better fighters, and has more health. While they may have the same amount of weapons, the Viscount was designed and built quite a few years after the SSD and is pretty much the straight up superior ship. There's a reason they'll be rare and limited to certain GCs.

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woodiedude18 May 13 2012 says:

These are amazing :)

did you ever consider adding the mc30 from FOC? :) (maybe limiting its weaponry)?

Or the assault frigate mk 2? :)

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.Corey. May 14 2012 replied:

Both are ugly ships we'd have to remodel, and neither serves a purpose we need filled. The Assault Frigate Mk. II should have just been made as the Mk. I in the first place, really. Why would they do a second version of a ship that's already made by modifying another ship?

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woodiedude18 May 15 2012 replied:

Yeah, the mk 2 was a bit pointless
and come to think of it.. it's rarely mentioned outside of the Empire at war series.
:) Are you guys re-naming any of the individual ships? :) (i.e the names like "Aliance" or "Ardent".
Brilliant work by the way man :)

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videogamelover Nov 24 2012 says:

it looks like a huge ship with metoer skin

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Zenmaster2010 Feb 19 2013 says:

******* amazing :D

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The new supership for the New Republic in era 5 in 2.0. These will be very limited, both in production numbers and which GCs they're actually in (meaning they won't be in every GC set in era 5).

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