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:''The story revolves around an Outpost Traffic cop, aspiring to become a GTA fighter pilot. He gets his chance when he finds himself in the wrong place at the right time. When a rebel faction of GTA mercenaries arises, GTA Command is quick to blame Earth-based anti-colonization groups. Unfortunately for all of humanity, it goes much deeper than that.''
 
:''The story revolves around an Outpost Traffic cop, aspiring to become a GTA fighter pilot. He gets his chance when he finds himself in the wrong place at the right time. When a rebel faction of GTA mercenaries arises, GTA Command is quick to blame Earth-based anti-colonization groups. Unfortunately for all of humanity, it goes much deeper than that.''
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Revision as of 05:59, 31 July 2008

The Destiny of Peace is a voiced, seven mission campaign for Descent: FreeSpace.

Overview

Author: Justin Mills

Originally posted: 07/28/98

Mods: none

Missions: 7

Description

The story revolves around an Outpost Traffic cop, aspiring to become a GTA fighter pilot. He gets his chance when he finds himself in the wrong place at the right time. When a rebel faction of GTA mercenaries arises, GTA Command is quick to blame Earth-based anti-colonization groups. Unfortunately for all of humanity, it goes much deeper than that.

New ships:none

Comments

The campaign was included in the Silent Threat expansion disc for Descent: FreeSpace. The officially released version was not voiced, however, due to a decision by Volition, Inc.

Note: the campaign has been ported both to FreeSpace 2 and FSO.

Certainly the best FS1 campaign of all. No glaring typos, well-designed missions, and an excellent storyline and atmosphere.

Availability

Destiny of Peace has been re-released by the FreeSpace Campaign Restoration Project for FreeSpace 2 SCP.


The FS1 campaign is still available from the Volitionwatch Archives. However, the Volitionwatch Archives are not being maintained anymore, so it is just a matter of time before the below link stops functioning. However the nukelol link should work.