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'''Eagle Takes Flight''' is a 4-mission campaign originally created for [[FreeSpace 1|FS1]] by Robert Carroll. The storyline centers around Alpha 1 and an associate who start their own security firm, building up their organization from humble beginnings. It has also been optimized for the [[FreeSpace Port]].
 
'''Eagle Takes Flight''' is a 4-mission campaign originally created for [[FreeSpace 1|FS1]] by Robert Carroll. The storyline centers around Alpha 1 and an associate who start their own security firm, building up their organization from humble beginnings. It has also been optimized for the [[FreeSpace Port]].
  
It is notable for being the first campaign to include multiple docking, albeit only through the use of [[Editing_a_mission_in_a_text_editor|text editing]], long before the implementation of the feature by the [[Source Code Project]].
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It is notable for being one of the few campaigns to include multiple docking, albeit only through the use of [[Editing_a_mission_in_a_text_editor|text editing]], long before the implementation of the feature by the [[Source Code Project]].
  
 
An extended and updated version was in the works by Mad Bomber, but appears to have been canceled.
 
An extended and updated version was in the works by Mad Bomber, but appears to have been canceled.

Revision as of 23:34, 2 June 2010

Eagle Takes Flight is a 4-mission campaign originally created for FS1 by Robert Carroll. The storyline centers around Alpha 1 and an associate who start their own security firm, building up their organization from humble beginnings. It has also been optimized for the FreeSpace Port.

It is notable for being one of the few campaigns to include multiple docking, albeit only through the use of text editing, long before the implementation of the feature by the Source Code Project.

An extended and updated version was in the works by Mad Bomber, but appears to have been canceled.

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