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The StarCraft universe is a fictional universe in which the StarCraft series of computer games and books are set. A fictional universe is a cohesive imaginary world that serves as the setting or backdrop for one or (more commonly) multiple works of fiction. ... StarCraft is a real-time strategy game by Blizzard Entertainment. ... A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ...

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Blizzard Entertainment computer games set in the StarCraft universe

Strategy games

StarCraft is a real-time strategy game by Blizzard Entertainment. ... StarCraft: Brood War is an expansion pack released in 1998 for StarCraft — an award winning real-time strategy computer game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. ...

Books set in the StarCraft universe

  • StarCraft: Uprising (2000) ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only)
  • StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade (2001) ISBN 0-671-04148-7
  • StarCraft: Shadow of the Xel'Naga (2001) ISBN 0-671-04149-5
  • StarCraft: Speed of Darkness (2002) ISBN 0-671-04150-9
  • StarCraft: Queen of Blades (2006) ISBN 0-7434-7133-4
  • StarCraft Ghost: Nova (2006) ISBN 0-7434-7134-2
  • StarCraft: the Dark Templar Saga #1: Firstborn (2007) ISBN 0-7434-7125-3 for May 22, 2007.
  • StarCraft: the Dark Templar Saga #2: Shadow Hunters (2007) ISBN 0-7434-7126-1 for November 27, 2007.

Amazing Stories Articles

  • Metzen, Chris and Samuel Moore. “StarCraft: Revelations.” Amazing Stories 596 (Spring 1999): 20-27.
  • Neilson, Micky. “StarCraft: Hybrid.” Amazing Stories 601 (Spring 2000): 70-75.

Races

Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... The XelNaga are an ancient, cosmic race from the StarCraft universe—a fictional universe in which a series of computer games and books are set. ...

Locations and territories

Koprulu Sector

The Koprulu Sector—nicknamed the Terran Sector— is a sector in space colonized by the Terrans in the StarCraft series. Much of the series' action is set in it, and it comprises several planets, distributed around a number of stars. A sector is a part of a whole. ... Space has been an interest for philosophers and scientists for much of human history. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ...


The initial colonization took place in a large star system with many habitable (but mostly wasteland) worlds. Korhal is in the same star system as Tarsonis, and Vyctor 5 was stated in StarCraft: Uprising to be in the Koprulu Star System. Korhal IV was an important Terran Confederacy core world, considered the jewel of the Confederacy. ... Tarsonis was the capital of the Terran Confederacy in the StarCraft universe. ...


History

Following a period of social anarchy and the "fall of western civilization", a new world-government is re-asserted over Earth: the United Powers League (UPL). A police-state, it encompassed almost all of Earth. Rounding up "undesirables" —cyborgs, genetically "impure" individuals, hackers, political dissidents— Project Purification was instituted: a mass genocide campaign in which millions died. In the StarCraft universe, the United Powers League (UPL) was a world government and police-state formed by most countries of Earth. ... The term police state is a pejorative term for a state in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic and political life of the population, especially by means of a secret police force which operates above the normal constraints found in a liberal democracy. ... For other uses, see Cyborg (disambiguation). ... Hacker is a term applied often to computer software or computer hardware programmers, designers and administrators, and especially those who are perceived as experts or highly accomplished. ... Genocide is the mass killing of a group of people as defined by Article 2 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (CPPCG) as any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or...


However, the dynamic scientist Doran Routhe wanted to explore deep space. It was very risky, but he had no problem with sending political prisoner lab rats to their deaths; 56,000 prisoners were secretly prepared for transport. Of these, 40,000 were loaded into four sleeper-ships designated the Reagan, the Argo, the Sarengo, and the Nagglfar were sent on a 1 year journey into deep space to Gantris VI, an outlying planet. The Nagglfar was also equipped with an artificial intelligence called ATLAS. Routhe believed they would set up a colony and mine new resources for the United Powers League. This article is an alphabetical list of minor characters in the fictional StarCraft universe, a fictional universe in which several games and books are set, who do not fit into any other category. ... Outer space (also called just space), as a name for a region, refers to the relatively empty parts of the Universe, outside the atmospheres of celestial bodies. ... Binomial name Mus musculus Linnaeus, 1758 Mus musculus is the house mouse. ... Artificial Tele-empathic Logistics Analysis System, or ATLAS, is an artificial intelligence in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... In the StarCraft universe, the United Powers League (UPL) was a world government and police-state formed by most countries of Earth. ...


ATLAS scanned the prisoners, and discovered something unusual about them - a high proportion of them had a mutation leading to psionic potential. While currently weak, it would manifest in only a few generations. This information was logged and sent back to Earth. This may explain how the United Powers League came to know of this experiment. In the StarCraft universe, the United Powers League (UPL) was a world government and police-state formed by most countries of Earth. ...


However, the guidance computer failed, and they traveled at faster than light speeds for 28 years, travelling 60,000 light years to the far edge of the galaxy, emerging in a habitable star system with a large number of wasteland planets. When they awoke, the survivors had no idea where they were or where Earth was: all hope of making contact again was lost. Cherenkov effect in a swimming pool nuclear reactor. ...


The Sarengo crashed on Umoja, killing 8,000 prisoners; the Reagan, which landed softly, founded the colony of Umoja; the Argo founded the colony of Moria; and the Nagglfar built the main Terran colony in the sector: Tarsonis. Umoja is one of the three original Terran-colonized worlds in the StarCraft universe. ... In the fictional StarCraft universe, Moria is a mineral-rich world located in the Koprulu Sector. ... Tarsonis was the capital of the Terran Confederacy in the StarCraft universe. ...


As the Tarsonians had access to ATLAS, they had a technological head-start on their stellar neighbours. Even so, it took them sixty years to build second-generation subwarp engines and explore the rest of the system, discovering the other two colonies.


The Terrans of Tarsonis eventually created an interstellar Terran Confederacy, mainly through the creation of new colonies. They also came into conflict with Moria over its own colonies. The Morians founded the Kel-Morian Combine to fight back, sparking the Guild Wars, but lost. Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... The Kel-Morian Combine is the military arm of Moria in the StarCraft universe. ...


There were roughly thirteen important Terran colony planets in the sector by the 25th century, at least ten of which were in the original star system. However, war broke out with the Zerg invasion and subsequent clashes with the Protoss at the dawn of the 26th century. The 25th century (Gregorian Calendar) comprises the years 2401-2500. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... The 26th century (Gregorian Calendar) comprises the years 2501-2600. ...


A Violent Place

Various Terrans have commented on the amount of violence in the Koprulu Sector. The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ...

Not every locale in the Koprulu sector is a hotbed of violence and mayhem. There are actually areas that are quiet, peaceful places to relax as the problems of the universe just pass you by."

Uran Golenko, leading stress therapist and featured guest on the popular "Universe Today" talk show.

TRAVEL NOTE: A sudden influx of tourists, coupled with the discovery of considerable mineral wealth on the planet, has left the ecology of Helioc III in a less than optimal state. Once the use of tactical nuclear weaponry has subsided, geologists expect a high level of planetary recovery.

What is it with the Koprulu Sector, anyhow? It seems like every week there's another skirmish, insurgency, sortie, planned offensive, counter strike, police action, border conflict or plain old-fashioned war breaking out. While the chaos and anarchy are great for a spacefaring merchant vessel that's willing to transport certain cargo of questionable legality, I sometimes have to stop and wonder if this madness will ever end.

First Mate Norris Bailey, Recovery Vessel Starheaper.

The Koprulu Sector is a violent place, with many "small" pirate militias armed with everything from nuclear missiles to advanced battlecruisers and equipped with bootleg labs and large numbers of troops.


Planets of StarCraft

Colony(ies) Description
Tarsonis Tarsonis is a Terran colony, landing site of the primary supercarrier Nagglfar. The planet has a temperate climate and a core continent. It was the most advanced of the three original Terran colonies and headquarters of the Terran Confederacy, and at the beginning of StarCraft Episode I was still the intellectual and political center of the sector.

It was the base of operations of the Terran Confederacy until it was destroyed by Zerg lured there by psi-emitters planted by the Sons of Korhal at the end of StarCraft Episode I. After the death of the Overmind, Sarah Kerrigan used Tarsonis as her base of operations. After killing the second Overmind, Kerrigan relocated to an orbital platform over Char, and Tarsonis is assumed abandoned. Tarsonis was the capital of the Terran Confederacy in the StarCraft universe. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... The psi emitter (also known as a Transplanar Psionic Waveform Emitter) is a piece of Terran technology in the StarCraft universe. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... This article is about the StarCraft universe character. ...

Moria Moria is a Terran colony, the most resource-abundant of the original three; landing site of the supercarrier Argo. The colony is defended by the Kel-Morian Combine.

It was on Moria that Jim Raynor and Fenix located all the resources for the uprising of Kerrigan against the United Earth Directorate forces occupying Korhal IV in StarCraft Episode VI. In the fictional StarCraft universe, Moria is a mineral-rich world located in the Koprulu Sector. ... The Kel-Morian Combine is the military arm of Moria in the StarCraft universe. ... James Jim Raynor is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... Fenix is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... There are a number of famous people named Kerrigan: Nancy Kerrigan, figure skater Sarah Kerrigan, fictional character in the StarCraft universe Kerrigan, a fictional character in several popular flash animations by Joseph Blanchette William Kerrigan, race car driver, won first ever race at Pebble Beach, California. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ...

Umoja Umoja is a Terran colony, one of the original three; landing site of supercarrier Reagan and crash site of supercarrier Sarengo. It is defended by the non-militaristic Umojan Protectorate.
Korhal IV Korhal IV is a Terran colony. This planet rose up against the Confederacy, and in retaliation the Confederacy launched a massive planetary bombardment of nuclear weaponry aimed at eliminating the dissents, transforming the planet into a nuclear desert and causing mutations in local organisms, such as Scantids. The survivors of the rebellion called themselves the Sons of Korhal.

By the time of the fall of the Confederacy, the planet had detoxified enough to allow resettlement. Sons of Korhal leader Arcturus Mengsk made it the throne world of the Terran Dominion, the successor to the Sons of Korhal. More recently, the planet changed hands among the Terran Dominion, the United Earth Directorate, and the Terran Dominion again. Before the devastation, its capital was Styrling. The new capital is Augustgrad. The Umojan Protectorate is a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Korhal IV was an important Terran Confederacy core world, considered the jewel of the Confederacy. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... Arcturus Mengsk is a character in the StarCraft universe. ... 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. ... 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. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ...

Chau Sara Chau Sara was an outlying, but nevertheless important Terran colony. It was one of the first Terran planets to be invaded by the Zerg. Little is known about its current state, except that since then it has been purified of all life by the Protoss. After the bombardment, according to StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade, an ice age started on the planet, result of a nuclear winter, and the planet deviated four degrees from its orbit. This is also a testimony to the power of Protoss weaponry and technology.
Mar Sara Mar Sara was an outlying Terran colony. This planet was invaded by the Zerg after Chau Sara. Its fate was similar to Chau Sara's. Homeworld of James (Jim) Raynor.
Antiga Prime Antiga Prime was an outying Terran colony, the first world to openly revolt against the Confederacy since the incineration of Korhal IV.

The renegade terrorist/freedom fighter group known as the Sons of Korhal was responsible for instigating the rebellion. During the battle of Antiga Prime, a psi-emitter was planted in the Confederate base by agents of the Sons of Korhal to attract the Zerg and destroy the Confederate forces. It is now a lifeless, purified world. It is also upon this planet that General Edmund Duke crashed and was saved and recruited by Sons of Korhal leader Arcturus Mengsk. Chau Sara was an important colony world in the Terran Confederacy in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... The StarCraft Prequel is part of the StarCraft storyline -- the history of the in the fictional universe of StarCraft. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... In the fictional StarCraft universe, Mar Sara was a core Terran Confederacy colony in the Koprulu Sector. ... James Jim Raynor is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ... In the StarCraft realm, Antiga Prime is the name of a former Terran Confederacy colony world. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... The psi emitter (also known as a Transplanar Psionic Waveform Emitter) is a piece of Terran technology in the StarCraft universe. ... General Edmund Duke was the Terran Confederate officer in charge of Alpha Squadron, a military force in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... Arcturus Mengsk is a character in the StarCraft universe. ...

Dylar IV Dylar IV had been an important Terran colony, a core world of the Confederacy and home base of Omega Squadron. It is believed to have been overrun by the Zerg, and subsequently purified by the Protoss. Since then, it has been recolonized by the Terran Dominion, and several shipyards have been constructed in planetary orbit around it. Here, battlecruisers were built and repaired.

In a swift action, the United Earth Directorate stole the battlecruisers, defeated the Dominion counterattack, and impressed the soldiers there into their service. This was the first major spaceship battles between the Dominion and the United Earth Directorate. The UED has left the sector, so Dylar IV's current status is unclear. According to StarCraft: Alternity, the planet was a former Protoss colony world and was given back to the Protoss. Dylar IV is a planet in the StarCraft universe. ... ... 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. ... A crashing Terran Confederacy Behemoth-class battlecruiser in space. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ... A crashing Terran Confederacy Behemoth-class battlecruiser in space. ...

Brontes Brontes had been an important Terran colony, a core world of the Confederacy, until it was believed to be overrun by the Zerg. Little is known about its current state.
Tyrador IX Tyrador IX was an important Terran colony, a core world of the Confederacy and home of an alcoholic drink, the Tyrador Mindbender. Little is known of its current state, but it is rumored that it escaped Zerg infestation. If it is still populated, it is most likely a planet of the Dominion.
Braxis Braxis, a small world, possibly a moon, and a Terran Dominion colony by the time the United Earth Directorate fleet reached the Koprulu Sector. Much earlier, it had been a Protoss colony, by the name of Khyrador. Little is known about when Terran colonization started. It is presumed that it is the closest Koprulu Sector object to Earth, since the UED fleet first landed here. The Psi Disruptor was set up there once it was captured at Tarsonis and shipped to Braxis. In Resurrection IV, a disaster has struck Braxis, homeworld of the Ursadon. The capital city of Boralis was destroyed in the UED's opening assault.
Vyctor 5 Vyctor 5, a wasteland planet a day's travel from Umoja, which features a stable weather formation, the Fujita Pinnacle. It was a Terran Confederacy world and is featured in StarCraft: Ghost. According to StarCraft: Uprising it is found in the Koprulu star system. Its capital is Lockston.
Fringe Worlds Fringe Worlds comprise a belt at the farthest reaches of the galaxy's inhabitable planets. The inhabitants of these planets are generally poorly educated and isolationist; they were used as sources of cheap labor by the Terran Confederacy. Many of them follow old Earth religions or new cults as a way to escape their dreary existence. They are looked down upon by other Terrans, even those from Umoja and the Sons of Korhal. Many other listed worlds (such as Mar Sara) are considered to be "Fringe Worlds", according to General Edmund Duke and StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade. According to StarCraft: Uprising, the first Terran planets to be visited by the Zerg were a number of Fringe Worlds. The Terran Confederacy exterminated the inhabitants of the infected planets with genetically engineered plagues, claiming it was a cholera outbreak.
Dark Moon Dark Moon is the title for an unnamed moon (presumably). It is not known what planet it revolves around, if the moon actually has a name, or where it is located (although it appears to be found on a journey between Char and Shakuras). It is featured in the mission Dark Origin, and is the base of Samir Duran and his Protoss/Zerg Hybrid.

There were thirteen important Terran worlds, according to StarCraft Episode II. A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Braxis Braxis is a small, cold celestial body in the StarCraft universe (it is not yet known whether it is a moon or a planet). ... 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. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ... Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... // Khalis and Uraj Crystals Khalis and Uraj are the names of a pair of powerful psionic crystal in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... StarCraft: Ghost StarCraft: Ghost is a tactical action game for video game consoles, currently under development by Blizzard Entertainment. ... Flag of the Terran Confederacy. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ... The Sons of Korhal are a military organization in the fictional StarCraft universe, founded after the destruction of the colony world of Korhal. ... In the fictional StarCraft universe, Mar Sara was a core Terran Confederacy colony in the Koprulu Sector. ... General Edmund Duke was the Terran Confederate officer in charge of Alpha Squadron, a military force in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Samir Duran —better known as Duran or Lieutenant Duran— is a character in the StarCraft universe. ... The Protoss/Zerg Hybrid is a species in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ...


Outlying Worlds
  • Aiur is the homeworld of the Protoss. Jungles and oceans cover most of the planet.

It was the primary target of the Zerg infestation. All Protoss are thought to have fled the planet by now, and the Zerg have moved on. On a few occasions, it has been used as a temporary staging ground: once while Jim Raynor and Fenix fled the UED, and once for a time when Zeratul and his brethren returned to rescue a few Protoss survivors that had been left behind. Both times it was shown to still be infested with Zerg. Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... For the term used in science-fiction, see Core worlds. ... Artanis, a young Protoss Praetor in the StarCraft universe. ... James Jim Raynor is a fictional character in the StarCraft universe. ...

  • Shakuras is a planet devoid of vegetation. It was the place the Protoss Dark Templar fled to when they were exiled long ago by the Conclave.

More recently, Protoss survivors from Aiur sought refuge there. Zerg infestation was cleansed with the help of an ancient Xel'Naga temple, and the twin crystals Uraj and Khalis. The Protoss race currently resides there. 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. ... The Protoss Conclave was a political body which used to control Protoss society in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... The XelNaga are an ancient, cosmic race from the StarCraft universe—a fictional universe in which a series of computer games and books are set. ... The XelNaga are a race in the StarCraft universe which have vanished (or gone to sleep) countless ages ago. ... Uraj is the name of a powerful psionic crystal in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... Khalis is the name of a powerful psionic crystal in the fictional StarCraft universe. ...

  • Zerus is the planet that was the homeworld of the Zerg, located near the core of the galaxy. An inhospitable ash-world that was once full of insectoid creatures, it served as the birthplace of the Zerg race.
  • Char is a tectonically active lava world which orbits an outlying binary star system. It is one of the richest resource nodes ever visited by Terrans. It was the staging area of the Zerg during their search for, and consequent invasion of, the Protoss homeworld of Aiur. The planet is currently the headquarters of the Zerg Queen of Blades. It is not clear whether or not Char is within the Koprulu Sector.
  • Earth is also a key planet in the Starcraft Universe, being both the original home of the Human colonists in the K-Sector, and the capital planet of the United Earth Directorate. Due to its location far from the Koprulu Sector, it still has yet to be featured in the games themselves, outside a brief mention in a UED propaganda video concerning the victory on Char. It is unknown whether it will be featured more heavily in future storylines.

Zerus is a planet in the StarCraft universe — a fictional universe where a series of computer games and books are set. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Char is a planet in the StarCraft universe. ... Artists impression of a binary system consisting of a black hole, with an accretion disc around it, and a main sequence star. ... The Marines of the Terran Confederacy. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Illustration of Aiur, homeworld of the mighty Protoss. ... A Zerg Hydralisk The Zerg are a vaguely insectoid race in the StarCraft universe. ... Sarah Kerrigan—who calls herself the Queen of Blades—is a character in the fictional StarCraft universe. ... StarCraft: Ghost StarCraft: Ghost is a tactical action game for video game consoles, currently under development by Blizzard Entertainment. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ... Adjectives: Terrestrial, Terran, Telluric, Tellurian, Earthly Atmosphere Surface pressure: 101. ... The United Earth Directorate or UED is a fictional government in the StarCraft universe which is descended from the former controlling government, the United Powers League (UPL). ... Char is a planet in the StarCraft universe. ...

References

  • StarCraft homepage at Blizzard Entertainment
  • Battle.net StarCraft Compendium
  • Underwood, Peter, Bill Roper, Chris Metzen and Jeffrey Vaughn. StarCraft (Manual). Irvine, Calif.: Blizzard Entertainment, 1998.
  • Underwood, Peter, Chris Metzen and Bill Roper. StarCraft: Brood War (Manual). Irvine, Calif.: Blizzard Entertainment, 1998.
  • Neilson, Micky. StarCraft: Uprising. New York and Toronto, Ontario: Pocket Books, 2000. ISBN ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only)
  • Koprulu Sector violence
  • More Koprulu Sector violence
  • StarCraft novels, including two future releases
StarCraft by Blizzard Entertainment
StarCraft Universe Gameplay of StarCraftPsionic technology
Games StarCraftBrood WarInsurrectionRetributionGhost
Species TerranProtossZergXel'NagaHybrid
Factions and Organizations Judicator Caste • Kel-Morian Combine • Khalai CasteProtoss ConclavePirate MilitiasRaynor's RaidersSons of KorhalTemplar CasteTerran ConfederacyUmojan ProtectorateUnited Earth DirectorateZerg Brood
Locations AiurAntiga PrimeBraxisCharChau SaraKorhalMar SaraMoriaShakurasTalematrosTarsonisUmojaZerus
Characters AldarisArtanisGerard DuGalleEdmund DukeSamir DuranFenixSarah KerriganArcturus Mengsk • Nova • RaszagalJim RaynorAlexei StukovTassadarZeratulZerg OvermindMinor Characters

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