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Encyclopedia > List of minor characters in the StarCraft universe

In addition to the main characters, the StarCraft series also has a significant roster of supporting characters. These characters are usually main characters in their prospective source, for example Michael Liberty is the central character to StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade and Jack Frost is a key character in Insurrection but neither have any major influence on the overall storyline outside these mediums. Whilst their contributions are noteworthy in expanding the universe, they can be regarded as minor characters within the entirety of the StarCraft series. This article contains an alphabetical list of minor characters in the three primary sources of the fictional StarCraft universe - the official games developed by Blizzard Entertainment, the novels licensed by Blizzard and published by Simon & Schuster, and the add-ons authorised by Blizzard. Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ... “Starcraft” redirects here. ... Insurrection: Campaigns for StarCraft is an add-on pack for StarCraft developed and published by Aztech New Media[1] and released on July 31, 1998. ... For other uses, see Fiction (disambiguation). ... Blizzard Entertainment, a division of Vivendi Games, is an American computer game developer and publisher headquartered in Irvine, California. ... Jean-François Millet Le Semeur (The Sower) Simon & Schuster logo, circa 1961. ...

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In the official games

Adun

Adun is a legendary Protoss leader. The Protoss, especially the templar caste, regard him as a hero and a demigod. In the history of StarCraft, the Conclave orders Adun to destroy a group of rogue tribes[1] to prevent a civil war over religion. Instead, Adun teaches the rogues to hide themselves and tries to show them the Khala's greater good that had led their race to unity[1]. However, his plan backfires and psionic storms rage across Aiur without the training of the Khala to hone the rogues' skills[1]. Unwilling to acknowledge their failure and the treachery of one of their warriors, the Conclave exiles the rogues from Aiur and labels Adun as a hero for supposedly destroying them[1]. The phrase "En Taro Adun" is used by the Protoss as a greeting[2] and a war cry[3]. The phrase "Adun Toridas" is also used by the dark templar as a war cry, translating as "Adun delivered us." Besides these events, it is revealed in Resurrection IV that Adun fought beside Taldarin, who claimed to have done so three thousand years before StarCraft[4], placing the time long before the incident with the dark templar. However, this timeline inconsistency has since been written off by Blizzard Entertainment, explaining that Taldarin's claim is false. Adun's ultimate fate has been clouded by myth, but further details about his life will appear in the upcoming novel Shadow Hunters.[5]. Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... A Dark Templar is a member of a group of Protoss in the StarCraft universe. ...


Daggoth

Daggoth is the highest ranking cerebrate in the StarCraft universe and the leader of the Tiamat brood, the largest and most powerful brood in the Zerg Swarm[1]. Daggoth is voiced by Micky Neilson in StarCraft. Daggoth oversees the training of the player's character[6] in the early parts of Episode II and assists in the protection of the chrysalis housing Sarah Kerrigan[7]. Daggoth continues to act as an advisor for the player's character during most of the Zerg campaign, providing specially bred hydralisks as bodyguards to the fledging Kerrigan[8]. Following the Zerg invasion of Aiur, Daggoth is charged with protecting the Overmind's core hive cluster. Zerg Cerebrates are fictional characters from the StarCraft series of video games and books. ... The Zerg are an alien race in the StarCraft universe. ... This article is about the StarCraft universe character. ... The Zerg Overmind, sometimes known simply as the Overmind, is a character in the StarCraft universe. ...


Following the Overmind's death, Daggoth orders several surviving cerebrates to form a new Overmind[9] and led the Swarm whilst it grew. However, the new Overmind is enslaved by the United Earth Directorate[10] and eventually killed by the renegade Kerrigan[11]. For most of Brood War, Daggoth is only mentioned by Kerrigan and not seen, although Chris Metzen has revealed that Daggoth dies with the rest of the cerebrates after the second Overmind is killed.[5] Logo of the United Earth Directorate. ... Chris Metzen is the Vice President of Creative Development at the computer game developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment. ...


Khas

Khas is an important character in Protoss history, responsible for the Khala philosophy. Though first introduced in the StarCraft manual, his character is heavily expanded on in the novel Firstborn, in which his real name is revealed to be Savassan[12], a member of the Shelak tribe, although in Protoss myth he is known as "Khas", which means "he who brings order"[1]. In the history of the series, Khas and his apprentice Temlaa discover that the Protoss psionic link - thought destroyed in the midst of civil war[1] - had simply been rendered inaccessible by the disparate Protoss egos[12]. Using a complex series of mathematics based on the golden ratio[12], Khas discovers that it could be revitalised through the use of Khaydarin crystals. He then begins to spread this knowledge through the Protoss youth[1]. For other uses, see Golden mean. ... Khaydarin Crystals are monolithic artifacts and psionic technology in the StarCraft universe. ...


Khas' actions mark the beginning of the Khala[1], a philosophy developed by Khas involving restructuring the Protoss into its caste based system, designed to remove the tribal separations and promote unity[1].Thanks to his efforts, the Protoss people turn more and more to the discipline of the Khala until they had put the Aeon of Strife behind them. However his philosophy also leads to the beginning of the dark templar, who reject it on the belief that the psionic link will strip them of their individuality[1]. In October 2007 Chris Metzen revealed that Khas dies peacefully with his spirit becoming part of the communal Protoss consciousness that he had helped reestablish[5]. Khala (path of ascension) is the fictional religion of the Protoss alien species in the Blizzard game StarCraft. ... A Dark Templar is a member of a group of Protoss in the StarCraft universe. ... Chris Metzen is the Vice President of Creative Development at the computer game developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment. ...


Angus Mengsk

Angus Mengsk is the father of Arcturus Mengsk and was a famous political figure from Korhal IV in the history of the series[1]. Korhal IV was a loyal Confederate colony, but its citizens secretly despised Confederate rule. When security is tightened to avoid a rebellion, the tensions grow and the Korhal colony declares war on the Confederacy, with Mengsk leading the charge[1]. Worried that the rebellion would inspire other colonies to do so, the Confederacy sends three elite ghost agents to assassinate Mengsk[1]. His family is found killed and Mengsk himself had been decapitated - his head is never found[1]. Afterwards a barrage of nuclear missiles bombards Korhal[1], destroying nearly all life on the surface. These actions would later cause Angus' son Arcturus to lead a second rebellion in his father's stead[1]. Arcturus Mengsk is a character in the StarCraft universe. ... Korhal IV was an important Terran Confederacy core world, considered the jewel of the Confederacy. ...


Doran Routhe

Doran Routhe plays a major role in the Terran history of the StarCraft universe. Routhe is an ambitious scientist under the United Powers League[1]. Whilst the UPL was undertaking a purification of the human gene pool by mass genocides[1], Routhe believed that the only way to secure more space for the growing population, as well as to further his own desires, is to colonize other planets[1]. Using his influence, Routhe secretly acquires fifty-six thousand[1] of the captured humans and loads forty thousand[1] of them into super-carriers destined to Gantris IV, an outyling planet believed to be habitable[1]. However, the ships malfunction and do not leave warp-space when required[1], sending them on to the Koprulu sector. When the media learn of these events, Routhe's reputation is instantly destroyed[5]. Routhe ultimately dies in obscurity on a farming colony, although rumor develops that he was working on a new project just before his death[5]. Despite being directly responsible for the Terran colonization of the sector, Routhe is never mentioned in-game. This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Logo of the United Earth Directorate. ...


Selendis

Selendis is the commander-in-chief of the unified Protoss military in StarCraft II[5]. A female Protoss templar holding the rank of executor, she is revealed by Chris Metzen to be a student of Artanis[5] and was elected to her position by the people. She is described as being fiercely loyal to her race's ideals and completely dedicated to her responsibilities[5]. Her role in StarCraft II has not yet been revealed. Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... StarCraft II is a computer game currently under development by Blizzard Entertainment as a sequel to the popular real-time strategy game StarCraft. ... Artanis is a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ...


Taldarin

Taldarin is a crippled Protoss templar from the StarCraft 64 secret mission Resurrection IV, confined to a dragoon unit. In this mission he accompanies Jim Raynor on an expedition to find and de-infest Vice-Admiral Stukov[4]. The two are successful in this mission, escaping from the planet Braxis before it is destroyed on the orders of Artanis[4]. During the course of the mission Taladrin shows intrigue in human behaviour, in particular in the arrogance of one human attempting to assault Stukov's fortress single-handedly[4]. James Raynor, usually referred to as Jim and less frequently as Jimmy, is one of the central characters in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ... Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ...


He also reveals his history to Raynor at the beginning of the mission, where he claims to be over three thousand years old and a personal friend of Adun[4]. According to Taldarin, he has survived as he was mortally wounded in combat and spent millennia in a stasis cell until the life sustaining dragoon technology became available and he was able to rejoin the Protoss military[4]. Taladrin's true age is never revealed, and the character has not been featured since Resurrection IV.


Zasz

Zasz is a Zerg cerebrate and the leader of the Garm brood in the StarCraft universe and is described as a clever but somewhat questioning leader[1]. Zasz performs first strike assaults for the Swarm[1]. Zasz was voiced by Bill Roper for StarCraft. Kerrigan often comes to blows with Zasz through Episode II over her impulsive and seemingly rebellious actions[13]. Despite the support of the rest of the cerebrates and the Overmind's assurance that Kerrigan is loyal, Zasz remains untrusting[14]. Whilst Kerrigan is distracted by attacking Tassadar, Zasz is attacked by Zeratul and slain[15]. This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... This article is about the StarCraft universe character. ... The Zerg Overmind, sometimes known simply as the Overmind, is a character in the StarCraft universe. ... Tassadar is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... Zeratul is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ...


Despite being relatively unimportant, Zasz's death gives the Overmind and Zeratul a temporary mental link, allowing the Overmind to find and invade Aiur[16], and Zeratul to learn the origins of the Zerg and how to kill them[17]. In essence, Zasz's death sparks one of the largest battles in the Brood War. Zasz's final recorded words are to Kerrigan, proclaiming she "would be the doom of us all."[13] Ironically, following Kerrigan's rise to power at the culmination of Brood War, Zasz is proven correct.


In the authorised add-ons

Atticus Carpenter

Atticus Carpenter is the overriding antagonist in Insurrection. A Terran ghost agent aged thirty-eight[18], Carpenter is the ringleader of the Fist of Redemption, an insurgent group on Brontes IV who believe that the Zerg are the saviours of humanity. Carpenter himself was originally in the employ of the Confederacy until his psychic control implants malfunction, resulting in the murder of his superiors[18]. Although he initially appears in-game as a ghost agent, Carpenter later appears as a Zerg cerebrate. Insurrection: Campaigns for StarCraft is an add-on pack for StarCraft developed and published by Aztech New Media[1] and released on July 31, 1998. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Ghost commandoes are covert operatives in the StarCraft universe. ... Starcraft redirects here. ... This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ...


Carpenter and his forces are always in the background throughout Insurrection's storyline. Uncovered by an investigation into a missing patrol[19], the Fist of Redemption is the primary target for the colonial militia during the early parts of the Terran campaign[20]. Despite taking substantial losses through these missions, the Fist of Redemption remains strong, with Carpenter even being able to launch a direct - if unsuccessful - assault on the colony's primary military base[21]. Carpenter is also able to bring the Hammer strike force over to his side[22], using it to target his enemies in the militia[23]. After the main Fist of Redemption stronghold is destroyed by Jack Frost's militia, Carpenter allows himself to be consumed by the Zerg cerebrate Auza. However, Auza is unable to assimilate Carpenter, whose unique psionic power ends up taking control of the cerebrate and thereby the entire Incubus brood[24]. Although both the Terrans and the Protoss attempt to destroy Carpenter's new brood, they are unable to and are eventually defeated by other Zerg forces[25]. However, the Overmind perceives Carpenter as a major threat[18], and has the Incubus brood destroyed. Unable to hold back the Swarm, Carpenter is ultimately killed when the cerebrate's body is destroyed[26]. Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ...


Edullon

Edullon is the primary Protoss protagonist in Insurrection, a templar ground commander of the Seventh Fleet forces alongside her father Demioch[18], under the command of the fleet's executor, Andraxxus. Along with the fleet's judicator advisor Syndrea, they are notable for being the first female Protoss characters portrayed in the series, preceding Raszagal in Brood War. In-game, Edullon appears as a zealot. Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... Insurrection: Campaigns for StarCraft is an add-on pack for StarCraft developed and published by Aztech New Media[1] and released on July 31, 1998. ... Matriarch Raszagal is leader of the Dark Templar people in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... StarCraft: Brood War is an expansion pack released in 1998 for StarCraft — an award winning real-time strategy computer game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. ...


Edullon, Demioch and the archon Aedus/Xerxes are dispatched by Syndrea on missions to the surface of Brontes IV early in the Protoss campaign[27]. During her missions against the Zerg, Edullon comes into contact and mutally allies with the Terran militia commanded by Jack Frost[27]. Edullon later departs in search of Demioch, who Syndrea claims was killed in the course of duty [28], but Edullon discovers that her father is held in captivity by the Fist of Redemption and proceeds to free him with the assistance of Charlie Vane[28]. This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ...


Upon returning, Edullon objects to Syndrea heavy-handed tactics of indiscriminate attacks against both the Zerg and Terrans, but is branded as a traitor by the judicator[29]. Edullon herself takes Demioch and her forces, along with Frost and the remaining Terran militia, to attack the forces of Carpenter[24] - now in control of the Incubus brood due to a miscalculation in his assimilation by the cerebrate Auza[24]. As the allied Protoss and militia forces rest after this battle, they are hit by a surprise attack from Aedus/Xerxes and Syndrea's vanguard[30]. Despite heavy losses the combined forces of the Terrans and Protoss defeat the vanguard's assault and Edullon slays Aedus/Xerxes in hand-to-hand combat[30]. However, during the final Zerg assault on the primary Protoss encampment, Edullon falls in battle along with her Protoss comrades and Terran allies[25].


Jack Frost

Jack Frost is the primary Terran protagonist in Insurrection and a thirty-eight year old[18] retired lieutenant of the Brontes colonial militia[18]. Described as "having written the book on colonial warfare"[18], and brought out of retirement by the colony's marshal, Frost is tasked with putting down a rising insurgent threat from the Fist of Redemption[20]. After several missions against the Fist of Redemption, Frost is conscripted in to lead the Delta squadron strike force the Hammer[31], but deserts after being ordered to destroy civilian targets[32] by his superiors and assists the colonists in escaping the Hammer with Black Morgan[33]. As the Zerg threat to the colony increases, Frost destroys the Hammer's headquarters using tactical nuclear missiles in hope that the Hammer would then return to it's original task of protecting the people[34], but discovers that they are in fact in league with the Fist of Redemption[22]. In response, Frost launches an assault on the primary Fist of Redemption stronghold and is successful in destroying the Hammer and killing the leading collaborator, Tsuname[22]. This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Insurrection: Campaigns for StarCraft is an add-on pack for StarCraft developed and published by Aztech New Media[1] and released on July 31, 1998. ... For the Greek mythological figure Brontes, see Cyclops. ... This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ...


Frost later allies himself with the Protoss fleet commanded by Andraxxus[27], but both forces are gradually beaten back by the Fist of Redemption and the Zerg[35]. Ultimately, Black Morgan is infested[36] and unintentionally leads the Zerg to Frost, who in turn leads them to Andraxxus[25]. As this last Protoss emcampment is being destroyed by the Zerg, Frost detonates the fuel tanks on his firebat suit, killing both himself and his immediate attackers[25].


Mojo

Mojo is a male Protoss and one of the protagonists in the Enslavers campaign for the original StarCraft. In the campaign, Mojo is a praetor in the vanguard of Aiur and is represented in-game by a scout-class starfighter. He is first seen in Enslavers when he makes contact with the Dominion, warning them not to kill a Zerg cerebrate Alan Schezar had gained control of[37]. In the canonical events of the campaign, Mojo is rescued from Schezar's captivity along with the reaver Warbringer and the arbiter-class starship Danimoth, later leading a joint Terran and Protoss force against Schezar's group on Aiur[38], destroying Schezar's forces and his abilities to control the Zerg. Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... A Colonial Viper from Battlestar Galactica, an example of a starfighter. ... The Terran Dominion was created after the fall of the Confederacy at the height of the war between the Terrans, the Zerg and the Protoss. ... This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ...


Mojo also makes a brief appearance in one mission of the sequel to Enslavers, Dark Vengeance, where he works with Zeratul and leads an attack on Schezar's forces on Korhal IV[39]. Zeratul is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... Korhal IV was an important Terran Confederacy core world, considered the jewel of the Confederacy. ...


Alan Schezar

Alan (or Allen) Schezar is the primary antagonist of the Enslavers campaign. A smuggler and crime lord, Schezar's character is named after a character of the same name in The Vision of Escaflowne and he appears in-game piloting a goliath combat walker. Somehow able to build a base on Aiur during the Zerg invasion, Schezar steals Khaydarin amulets from a Protoss temple and uses them to control a Zerg cerebrate[37]. Despite the ability to reinforce his men with Zerg, a Dominion task force allies with the Protoss under Mojo and destroys the cerebrate along with Schezar's base[38], although Schezar himself escapes. Original run April 2, 1996 – September 24, 1996 Episodes 26[1] Manga: The Vision of Escaflowne (shōnen ver. ... Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ...


In Enslavers: Dark Vengeance, Schezar is contracted to free Ulrezaj from capitivity on Shakuras[39] and assists him in assaulting the Khalai Protoss on the surface. However, Ulrezaj has Schezar's goliath rigged with a bomb to ensure continued loyalty[40]. Schezar successfully captures numerous Zerg on Char using a stolen Khaydarin crystal for Ulrezaj and also builds an EMP device capable of disabling Protoss shields[40]. In the canonical ending, he remains loyal to Ulrezaj even after the Protoss reclaim the Khaydarin crystal and as a result remove Ulrezaj's Zerg reinforcements. Schezar is later killed in a battle to defend the EMP device. Shakuras is the homeworld planet of the Protoss Dark Templars in the StarCraft Universe, a fictional universe in which a series of computer games and books are set. ... Look up char in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Khaydarin Crystals are monolithic artifacts and psionic technology in the StarCraft universe. ...


Ulrezaj

Ulrezaj is the primary antagonist of the Enslavers: Dark Vengeance bonus campaign. In-game he appears initially as a dark templar and later as a dark archon comprised of six other dark templar.


Ulrezaj is the leader of a minority of dark templar who want Shakuras cleaned of the Khalai Protoss in retaliation for the exile of the dark templar from Aiur. First revealing himself by attacking a rescue operation on Aiur[41], he is imprisoned on Shakuras but forcibly freed by a Terran fleet under the command of Alan Schezar[42]. Despite being opposed by Zeratul, Ulrezaj forms a two-stage plan with the help of Schezar. Building an orbital base over Shakuras, Ulrezaj's forces use copied Khaydarin crystals to mutate Zerg in order to attack the Khalai Protoss on the surface[40] whilst Schezar employs an EMP device to disable the Protoss power networks on the planet[40]. In the canonical ending of the campaign, the Protoss reclaim the Khaydarin crystal and in the process preventing Ulrezaj from employing Zerg reinforcements in his plans. The combined forces of Schezar and Ulrezaj[43], proceed to besiege the Protoss on an orbital base above Shakuras, with the EMP device severely hampering the Protoss war effort. [40] However, the Protoss are successful in defeating Ulrezaj's forces and destroying the EMP device along with Schezar, although Ulrezaj manages to escape and flees into space. Ulrezaj is confirmed to have a role in the upcoming novel Shadow Hunters[44]. Shakuras is the homeworld planet of the Protoss Dark Templars in the StarCraft Universe, a fictional universe in which a series of computer games and books are set. ... Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Zeratul is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... The term electromagnetic pulse (EMP) has the following meanings: electromagnetic radiation from an explosion (especially a nuclear explosion) or an intensely fluctuating magnetic field caused by Compton-recoil electrons and photoelectrons from photons scattered in the materials of the electronic or explosive device or in a surrounding medium. ...


In the novels

Matt Horner

Matthew Horner is the primary advisor to Jim Raynor as well as his second-in-command in StarCraft II. A "young and idealistic"[14] Terran lieutenant, Horner was first introduced in the novel Queen of Blades, a novelisation of the events of StarCraft Episode II, where he is seen as the executive officer of the battlecruiser Hyperion[14]. He is one of two StarCraft characters to be introduced in the novels and carried on into the games. James Raynor, usually referred to as Jim and less frequently as Jimmy, is one of the central characters in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... StarCraft II is a computer game currently under development by Blizzard Entertainment as a sequel to the popular real-time strategy game StarCraft. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... A space battleship is a spacefaring warship in science fiction which functions similarly to a contemporary aircraft carrier and/or battleship. ...


Horner's appearances in Queen of Blades are relatively brief. Whilst under attack from the Zerg on Char, Raynor gives Horner an order to withdraw the Hyperion from the system[14] in order to prevent the ship from being attacked as well, but thereby stranding Raynor on the surface[14]. Horner does so by executing an emergency warp jump[14] and despite the dangers this reckless action faces, he is successful in doing so. Horner reappears with the Hyperion at the end of the novel, a good number of months later[14], in order to evacuate the survivors. At Blizzcon in August 2007, Horner's character was revealed to continue with a similar role in StarCraft II[45]and is described as acting as Raynor's conscience[46] and trying to keep his commander focused[46]. This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... Look up char in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... StarCraft II is a computer game currently under development by Blizzard Entertainment as a sequel to the popular real-time strategy game StarCraft. ...


Michael Liberty

Michael Daniel Liberty is the main character in StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade. A Tarsonian reporter, his life is threatened by political interests involved in illegal dumping activities[47]. In order to ensure his safety, his boss arranges for him to be embedded on the Norad II, the command ship of Alpha squadron commander General Edmund Duke[47]. Tarsonis was the capital of the Terran Confederacy in the StarCraft universe. ... An embedded civilian journalist taking photographs of US soldiers in Panama. ... Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ...


Whilst on the Norad II, Liberty witnesses first contact with the Protoss when they nearly attack Duke's fleet at Mar Sara[47]. Once on the planet, he makes contact with Marshal Jim Raynor[47] and Sons of Korhal operative Sarah Kerrigan[47]. After Raynor is arrested by General Duke, Liberty elects to embed himself with the Sons of Korhal, promising to work with Arcturus Mengsk to "make him look good"[47]. In return, Mengsk helps him rescue his friend Raynor from Duke's prison ship. Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... James Raynor, usually referred to as Jim and less frequently as Jimmy, is one of the central characters in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... This article is about the StarCraft universe character. ... Blizzard Entertainments 1998 bestselling real-time strategy game StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ...


Present for most of the important events of Episode I, he witnesses Mengsk abandoning Kerrigan to the Zerg on the space platform "New Gettysberg" over Tarsonis[47]. He escapes and uses his media influence to produce truthful and incriminating broadcasts on Mengsk and the Terran Dominion[47]. Liberty has made cameos in StarCraft: Uprising, StarCraft: Queen of Blades and StarCraft Ghost: Nova. This page is about the fictional extraterrestrial race from the Starcraft series. ... The Terran Dominion was created after the fall of the Confederacy at the height of the war between the Terrans, the Zerg and the Protoss. ...


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StarCraft: Brood War is an expansion pack released in 1998 for StarCraft — an award winning real-time strategy computer game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. ... Year 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display full 1998 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 252nd day of the year (253rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 216th day of the year (217th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 219th day of the year (220th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 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External links

  • Deceptions, a bonus map for Brood War at the StarCraft Compendium on Battle.net.
  • Enslavers: Dark Vengeance, a bonus campaign for Brood War at the StarCraft Compendium on Battle.net.
  • Loomings, the official prequel campaign at the StarCraft Compendium on Battle.net.

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