Ages Of the Federation is a new series of total conversions to Sins Of A Solar Empire: Rebellion starting with "The Four Years War". The first mod in the series takes place between the Enterprise and Original series eras, focusing on the conflict between the early Federation and Klingon Empire. A Resurgent Romulan Star Empire, angry and still licking its wounds after its defeat to the federations waits in the shadows, ready to take advantage of a misstep by either the warring powers.

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ExiledHunter
ExiledHunter

DAT AFT BE FINE AF!

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LegionN7
LegionN7

Dat aft be getting spanked.

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Centurian128
Centurian128

Smack Dat Aft?

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ExiledHunter
ExiledHunter

🎵All on the floor, smack DAT AFT, give me some more.🎵

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LegionN7
LegionN7

This reminds me somewhat of how the Soviets defeated the Nazi's in WWII. Stalin used strategic withdrawals and counter attacks to buy time for his industrial base to move and properly organise the military. But once the Nazis were in Stalingrad and at the gates of Moscow and Leningrad, the order became "no retreat". It wasn't long before the Wehrmacht lost the initiative.

It's always cool to use real history as inspiration.

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noodlezombie
noodlezombie

Minor corrections: the Wehrmacht gave up on Moscow by the start of 1942. Stalingrad was the target of a later push to seize the oilfields in Azerbaijan. The siege of Leningrad lasted until 1944, well after Stalingrad.

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LegionN7
LegionN7

This is true, but I didn't intend to go into details. I think my point holds true.

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Starfleet openly strikes back at the Klingons.

With the new Ares-class providing a tactical edge, and better weapons and equipment distributed throughout the fleet, Starfleet was finally able to challenge the Klingons openly. Finally unleashed, Starfleet battlegroups held in reserve regrouped and struck back at the Klingons with their full force. The Klingons' steady advance, after two years of victories, ground to a halt.

This moment couldn't have come too soon - the Klingons were on the verge of invading the very core of Federation space. The strategic situation could hardly be more dire. The Federation could absolutely not afford to lose any more territory to the Klingons. In the simplest terms, if the Klingons continued to advance, the Federation faced almost certain defeat.

Fortunately, the technical advantage the Klingons had hitherto held over the Federation was gone - dozens of worlds working together in cooperation had allowed Starfleet to leapfrog Klingon technology. The fighting grew all the more vicious as Starfleet transitioned from guerilla tactics to engaging the Klingon fleet directly.

Such a change of pace was welcomed, most surprisingly, by the Klingons. Frustrated by delays and, frankly, starved of true challenge, Starfleet's new strength finally gave them what they had been craving - an open contest against a worthy foe. On both sides, it was as though a pressure valve had been released.

In war, however, there is nothing more honourable, or more glorious, than victory, and the Klingons understood the strategic situation all too well. Though Starfleet was now putting up a more entertaining struggle, the Federation was backed into a corner. One more deep thrust, and their enemies would fall before the Empire.

The line was drawn. The future of the Federation hung in the balance.

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