Assume command as the ambitious Hierarchy, the robotic Novus, the mysterious Masari, or the desperate humans in this mod inspired by the game Universe at War by SEGA and Petroglyph. New gameplay mechanics, new units, and an exciting campaign bring the war to life with additional factions to add to the chaos. So what will you do? Conquer, or survive? All models added in this mod are property of SEGA or Petroglyph, used with permission of their respective creators, or were made by the developers of Triumph of the Hierarchy. Permission was recieved from Petroglyph and SEGA prior to the start of work on the mod.

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mbmcdon Sep 12 2012 says:

Great choice for the Novus. It definitely fits with their overall color and style!

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Admiral-Ace Sep 12 2012 says:

The Ori Warship, it definitely looks Novus. Looks kinda like the Novus collectors.

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HammBoyTheDestroyer Sep 13 2012 says:

Remember, these models will only be placeholders until we can get our own models ready. I'm doing this one first because, yes, it does seem to fit the Novus perfectly.

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zachtou78 Sep 13 2012 says:

hey look! The Toilet ships!

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nightovizard Creator
nightovizard Mar 17 2013 says:

You should use a similar design for the novus ships:

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Thank you to the Stargate Empire at War team for allowing us to use their assets as placeholder models until we can get our own game ready. Yes, this does mean we'll be seeing a lot of coding progress.

Sep 12th, 2012
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