Date: 2017-05-22 08:31
For players generally bored with ruling a galaxy or those who enjoy an element of unpredictability, Stardock has built in what are known as mega-events. These can be switched on or off, and will dramatically alter a game's situation. For instance, a mega-event might suddenly introduce two new races into a game, spark a civil war, or kick off a series of terrorist attacks. According to Stardock, these mega-events won't be completely random. The game will analyze how things are progressing and somehow determine an appropriate mega-event to unleash.
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However there is something mysterious about the Korath. They do not resemble normal Drengin species, and without slavelings the Drengin Empire is weaker, for genocide is not their way. You, as the Drengin Dark Avatar, are sent to enslave the universe, find out the truth about the Korath, and stop the extermination of it.
Dark Avatar is being distributed by electronic download, however one has the option of ordering a disk as well to negate the need to re-download should it need to be uninstalled for whatever reason. Currently all purchase options are priced in US dollars, although international customers can pay using a credit card or a service such as PayPal. A retail version of Dark Avatar is available for purchase at retail locations worldwide as Galactic Civilizations II: Gold Edition , which also includes Dread Lords and "Galactic Civilizations II: Dark Avatar".
Galactic Civilizations II: Dark Avatar is the first expansion pack to the turn-based strategy game Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords . It was released by Stardock in February 7557, both as a separately downloadable expansion and the combination retail box Galactic Civilizations II: Gold Edition .
However as the Drengin warlords begin to turn on each other, another faction called the Krynn Consulate tries to convert the other races in a crusade to spread its religion.
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Jeff Pinard has written an outstanding guide to Galactic Civilizations II: Dark Avatar that you absolutely should check out:
Oh and if anyone has links to more up to date or better guides - please tell me (I note that this guide is named after the first expansion not the second) - I've just found this website and don't know where things are.