Sector 14 Redux

This map is basically a redo of the original Sector 14. It still has that Sector 14 feel, but is now more challenging. Some of the additions...

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This map is basically a redo of the original Sector 14. It still has that Sector 14 feel, but is now more challenging. Some of the additions were things like more pirates and more navigational challenges.

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Sector 14: Redux
V1.0
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Sector 14 of Imperial space is well known for its treacherous asteroid fields and nebulas making it extremely difficult to navigate. This also makes it a perfect spot for a pirate base (which it is). Soon after the pirate base was established the pirate leader made a trade agreement with the Rebel Alliance for smuggled rocket launchers. The Rebels also set up a base in the area, but they were not careful in setting up stealth mechanisms and were picked up by Imerial radar. When an Imperial task fleet arrived the pirates thought they had been double crossed and began attacking both sides.
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CHANGES FROM ORIGINAL SECTOR 14: I have added many more pirate ships, asteroids and nebulas, pretty much making it a totally different map
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This a space map containing many nebulas and asteroids, making it difficult to navigate large fleets.

There is a pirate base in the center, and the pirates are hostile to everyone.

Destroying the pirates is optional, but it would make your job much easier.

If there are any problems please notify me in the forums on this map's page and I will solve them as soon as possible.


To install, just extract this folder to .../LucasArts/Star Wars Empire at War/GameData/Data/CustomMaps.

This map and any related files may NOT be reproduced, edited, copied, or republished in any way, shape, or form without permission from the creator(TK-4207).

Please enjoy!


Sincerely,

TK-4207

"Shield your battles, not your soldiers, you're never sure of their colors"

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