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Ok, started a game is the Rebels. Small Galaxy, Easy, Normal Game.

 

Day 100:

Sesswana Sector:

I control Bortras, Balmorra and Svivren. Balmorra is may main base there. Early, I grouped everything together (3 Corvettes, a Med. Transport and an Escort Carrier with 1 X-Wing and 1 Y-Wing squadrom, and began constructing a dreadnought. I launched the attack on Coruscant before waiting for the dread. I thought there was just a ISDS, nothing else. They actually had 16 TIEs as well. 1 Corvette was destroyed. everything else crippled. 7 Bothans were went to spy on the planet-they all died. Luke, Han, Chewie and Crix did a bunch of missions, eventually destroying the ISD and freeing Drayson.

 

Sumitra Sector:

My base is here, on Tierfon. I send everything to Yavin, to hold against imperial strikes. (A Med. Transport, a few corvettes and a pack of X-/Y- Wings. Mon Mothma recruits a bunch of personell, including Garm Bel Iblis, so I give him command of two corvettes, the Katana and the Dagger, and send him away to pester Imp forces. All chars and spec forces are sent to balmorra from Yavin. Wedge researches there, but no progress.

 

Not the best of starts.

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It's handy to just abandon Sesswenna for a while early in the game- you will get your head handed to you if you try to take for to long (I speak from experiance). I was doing either medium or hard, forget which and tried to take the sector. I primarily sabatoged where I could and/or incited uprisings, but no to much avail. Also, I'd abandon Yavin, unless it has a lot of mines/refinerys/build points/construction yards, etc. The Empire will whipe you out if you try to hold it. :wink:
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When I do happen to play as Rebels, I always leave Yavin ASAP. I play on the largest galaxy, so there are plenty of other uncolonized systems to explore and take over. If playing against the Empire, they always go there eventually (though its a waste of their time).
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GarmNo idea how to set difficulty. New update:

 

Day 400

 

Sesswana Sector:

I now have control of Coruscant, Balmorra, Uvena, Svivren, Bortras, Yaga Minor, and Ghorman. The other 3 systems are imperial. Everything is at full loyalty to me, and palpatine is captured. Luke is now a Jedi Master, slight progress has been made shipwise (now am up to the A-Wing) I'm about to begin construction of my first Mon Cal, the Garm Bel Iblis Called so because of the fact that Iblis got killed :( As well as madine. Luke has discovered 2 new Jedi.

 

Corellian Sector:

Fully Imperial now. Isn't going to be easy to take this place. I think Darth Vader is probably here, unless the Empire has some outer rim planets. Iblis got killed, but the Katana and the Dagger are still irrating the Imperials. I plan to launch an assault on one of the worlds in a bit. (Around day 600ish, probably a Mon Cal and a few Nebulon Bs, and some gunships.)

 

Sluis Sector:

No-one has done anything here yet, so I'll probably move in some diplomats.

 

Sumitra Sector:

Things are going well. Not a big fleet, but the Empire hasn't popped up here yet.

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At the top left you will see three icons, one is a death star, on a ISD and I can;t remember what the other is right now. These are the difficulty levels I believe...
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I agree- You have to have your head handed to you at least once! Also, if you want some help taking Coruscant, then bloackade a couple of loyal Imperial planets that have many mines/refineries. Send espionage teams, and eventually a Star Destroyer or two will be dispatched to take care of what has been sent out. Send your fleet to Coruscant and reap the benefits of only having to take on a small chunk of the fleet. Plus about 80 squadrons of TIEs... %};ll: :D
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Uh, no, I didn't use a Death Star. By "blew up Coruscant" I meant that I blew the crap out of its fleet and ground based defenses before i invaded it. As for Palpy and Darth, I usually find Palpy on Coruscant, but Darth always seems to get away- it annoys the living crap out of me when I eventually find him on Ryloth or whatever...
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No no, he emant as the Alliance. Also, if you're the Empire and you blow up Coruscant, the Rebels can't take it. How great is that? You win the game if you eventually get a fleet in good order and kill everyone off. :twisted:
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Oh. Whoops, I thought you were referring to if you were Empire, by saying that you had to protect Coruscant. Well, then, just send Luke down to Coruscant when he has a high force ranking, let him get captured or escape, or whatever, and you get Palpy- that easy! (If Luke is Jedi knight or higher and he is captured, he will be taken to palpy by Vader and overpower both, thus capturing them.) :D
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Welcome to the hardest part of winning the game as the Rebel Alliance. You captured Palpatine, you've successfully assaulted Coruscant, all you need to do is capture Darth Vader. He can be anywhere. He might even go into hiding on Dagobah with Yoda (just a joke mind you). If you haven't already, start colonizing all the systems in the outer rim. Get all neutral systems to your side (via diplomacy or assault). After every single system in the entire galaxy is yours, he's bound to pop up somewhere (maybe). If you can't find him after an extensive search, he might be in hyperspace or is on a mission (doing what I wouldn't know, maybe starting an uprising so he can have his own Imperial system?).

 

Good Luck, you'll need it.

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