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Battle 4 'Conflict At Mylok IV' Mission #1: Escort ConvoyI tried something different this time, I edited the deaths/failures to the video, tell me how you like it. Do you want me to do it more often, or do I just leave them out? Was it even funny?"Once Admiral Zaarin received information from Habeen researchers about new hyperdrive technology his interest was greatly motivated by the opportunity to improve and produce new TIE/Advanced starfighter prototypes. After negotiations, Habeen researchers arranged for a convoy of demonstration prototypes of their technology for Admiral Zaarin to evaluate.The Habeen team sent dual cargo ferry groups Verack and Stimner to rendezvous with Admiral Zaarin aboard Nebulon-B2 frigate Shamus. Between acts of Rebel sedition and the known dispute between the Habeen and Nharwaak, members of the Secret Order advised trusted pilots to ensure that cargo aboard the Habeen transports matched their manifests.Frigate Shamus deployed three flight groups of TIE/ln starfighters, Alpha, Beta, and Gamma, to secure the immediate area for the cargo transfer to the Shamus. As TIE fighter Alpha 2 saw to the inspection of Verack and Stimner, Nharwaak BTL Y-wing starfighters, Red and Gold groups, entered the system, plotting to disrupt the cargo transfer—as predicted.As fighting erupted between the Imperial escort fighters and the impending Nharwaak Y-wings, CR90 corvettes Charger 1 & 2 joined the battle. Imperial fighters managed to suppress the initial attackers, but quickly became frustrated by additional Y-wings complementing Nharwaak losses, moreover successfully launching proton torpedoes against the cargo vessels. The Habeen Ferries sustained heavy damage from Y-wing Torpedo runs, but Imperial starfighters finally succeeded in eliminating the Nharwaak interlopers, permitting the cargo transfer completion. "-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Let's Play Star Wars: TIE FighterTIE Fighter.Released: July 1994Developer: Totally GamesPublisher: LucasArtsPlatform: DOSThis is the Collectors' CD-ROM Edition, wich comes with 2 expansion packs; "Defender of the Empire" and "Enemies of the Empire"So, this is me playing TIE Fighter, Collectors' CD-ROM edition. I have never completed TIE Fighter, and this game includes 2 expansion packs, so I've got a lot of surprises ahead of me. And because I'm a rookie at this game, so I don't know every bonus mission, and I probably die often, but I edit the deaths out so you don't have to watch everything again and again.And oh, this is not a complete extra ultimate edition super walkthrough, it's just me. :)Because of the 10 minute limit, these videos will come in bits and pieces.