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Star Wraith 2 (2000002) is the second game in the Starwraith 3D Games series. It expanded on Star Wraith in several ways including better graphics, a training course for beginners, and more combat modes.

Star Wraith 2 has been discontinued. It was released as freeware to the public as a publicity stunt for its successor, Star Wraith III. It is now almost impossible to find the game since the release of Star Wraith III, Star Wraith IV and RiftSpace as freeware has made Star Wraith 2 completely obsolete.

There were several notable changes from Star Wraith to Star Wraith 2.

Questions & Answers

  • Magic Will I do a movie called The Wraith 2 and play John Barry when I become a movie star?

    The Wraith isn't a very good movie in this day and age... there will not be a second one.

  • Do you think the new Star Trek will be good?

    My favorite Star Trek movie is wraith of khan(from the 80's). And he is going to be the villain in this one. I didn't like the 2009 Star Trek.

    OHHH YEAH!!! its got the love of my life in it!!! SYLAR! nuff said! i missed zachary quinto! "goes to watch her heroes dvd's again" he makes everything good. im also sherlock deprived no thanks to 2 trolls named mark gattis & stephen moffat (aka "muffy") so... grrrrr those idiots! MOVE IT WITH SEASON 3 SHERLOCK ALREADY!!! ahem...what was i saying? oh right.... that said, 2 things ok? benedict cumberbatch has yet to reveal his character....khan is just a rumor. it is in fact looking more & more like the esper form of gary mitchell which would make sense....an esper can easily fake death & go somewhere else (i play a lot of final fantasy games so i know about espers & they can be awesome creatures! LMAO so naturally gary mitchel, who is technically the 'harry potter' of star trek due to his profile very briefly glimpsed on the screen, was among my fav characters) so he could easily have faked eath when kirk in TOS tried to destroy him & shift into another universe. or benny boy could be someone completely different...at least we know he isnt sherlock here lol umm you dont seem to know your trek history properly. chris pine pulled off an appropriate young kirk, going by things shatner's kirk said & did in the TOS series. he was a bully at times (to seamus finnigen mostly) he likes the ladies...drank & played around a lot & fights a lot even in TOS. kirk ...pine & shatner's...did the KM test 3 times & beat it by cheating.... pine's kirk is simply more raw than shatner's.....but thats ok cuz he's much younger & we get to see kirk acting rashly & not regretting it. the older kirk by shatner is/was/can be rash but...regrets & is also messed up by the masacare he & his brother went through.... pine/urban/quinto got there characters spot on. the only one truly changed is uhura....but thats cuz she's colored. in the old days blacks...especially women..couldnt due much. we would hear about al lthe stuff nyota could do..but really didnt get to see it..zoe is in a modern day & can now actually portray uhura for what she can be...a bada s r s e girl who can defend herself but can be sweet as well. which btw...gene roddenberry approves of spock/uhura as well as spock/kirk. but again..the issue of colored women vs. the times. gene had tried several times in TOS to put spock/uhura together & you can see plenty of hints for it...their secret shared smiles..sharing the harp. that interracial kiss was supposed to be spock/uhura but shatner ruined that lol so really...zoe got her just fine....

  • Who would win in a space battle -star wars ( new version 1/2/3 vs stargate vs battlestar galactica?

    im a fan of all of these but i want to know who would would win in a space battle i think stargate would win because : - the deadulas class ships ( deadulas-appolo-oddesy

    Stargate would win. Easily. I dont know why you would only mention the deadulus. I would include all the ships from all the three universes. Allright, first let us completely discard Battlestar galactica. I am a fan of the series, but it is low Sci-fi. The ships are neither big, powerful or technologically advanced. That's the whole point of the show. If the humans were powerful they would be able to defeat the cylons. Secondly let us get rid of star wars. The ships from the starwars universe are advanced, the deathstar and the imperial star destroyers are no easy meat. To destroy a planet, like the death star does you need 69 zettatons of energy. Our strongest nuclear bomb is only 100 megatons, which is something on the order of a trillion times less. However there are a number of problems. You only mention the deadulus, and this is unfair. You are choosing one ship from the entire stargate universe. You need to include all ships, including the asgard ships. I do not believe the deadulus could win in a space battle against star wars. But the asgard ships and the wraith and the ancients easily could. I know all the asgard have given all their technology to the tauri, but that does not mean they understand everything. One of the Asgard O'Neil Class warships could probably destroy all star wars starships on its own. The Asgard have such a ridiculous level of technology, its well... ridiculous. It's actually an easy win for the stargate universe. However if you are talking about the Tauri, its a different story. You have not stated the number of ships each side has. If you only assume s.g has the deadulus, and s.w has an imperial star destroyer, the deadulus would easily win, due to its beam weapons. However once you add the seriously high-tech s.w ships, such as the super star destroyer, the deadulus does not stand a chance. That monstrosity is over 19,000m whilst the deadulus is only 568m. Figure it out. Glad to see you like Halo. MC rules ;)

  • Some good Star Wars novels to read?

    I've recently started reading some Star Wars novels, and I want to keep going. Right now, I'm almost done with Allegiance. I want to keep reading, things like the Hand of

    I have read a majority of the books available. Here are some of my favorites, so far, in no particular order: Tatooine Ghost Republic Commando: Hard Contact Republic Commando: Triple Zero Republic Commando: True Colors MedStar I: Battle Surgeons MedStar II: Jedi Healer The Han Solo Trilogy: The Paradise Snare, The Hutt Gambit, Rebel Dawn The Bounty Hunter Wars: The Mandaloria Armor, Slave Ship, Hard Merchandise X-Wing: Rogue Squadron, Wedge's Gambple, The Krytos Trap, The Bacta War, Wraith Squadron, Iron Fist, Solo Command, Isard's Revenge, Starfighters of Adumar The Thrawn Trilogy: Heir to the Empire, Dark Force Rising, The Last Command The New Jedi Order There are 18 books in this series - just look in the front of any of the books for the correct series order. For the most part, the books of the Star Wars universe are quite good, considering the number of books available. If you look inside the front of some of the more recently published titles, you can find a complete timeline of the books based upon when they happen with regard to Episode 4, so you can read them in chronological order from earliest story to up to the Legacy of the Force series, which is 40 years after the events of Episode 4. I tend to favor the books after Episode 6, but highly recommend the Republic Commando series, which take place largely between Episodes 2 and 3. These were written by Karen Traviss (so far) and I also recommend her other books as well.

  • What is a good star wars novel?

    I have read A LOT of star wars books and Shadows of the Empire is the best one I have read. It takes place between episode 5 and 6. It is a great book (there was an N64 video game based loosly after it). After that I would recomend the Han Solo Trilogy (1 Paradise Snare, 2 The Hutt Gambit, 3 Rebel Dawn). I also was a big fan of the X-wing series (1 Rogue Squadron, 2 Wedges Gamble, 3 The Kytros Trap, 4 The Bacta War, 5 Wraith Squadron, 6 Iron Fist, 7 Solo Comand, 8 Isards Revenge, 9 Starfighters of Adumar.) These are all exelent books and should keep you acupied for awhile. Enjoy, and may the force be with you.

  • Good star wars novel?

    what are the good star wars novels out there especially before the thrawn trilogy? or after the thrawn trilogy but before the new jedi order series? thanks!

    There are 14 books set in the time period from the end of ep VI to the Thrawn Trilogy. 3 of them are a trilogy called "The Bounty Hunter Wars", titles are "The Mandalorian Armor", "Slave Ship", "Hard Merchandise" ... these are set in the time period very near the end of ep VI. Others are as follows: The Truce at Bakura - this book starts the day after the events of ep VI. It would take to long to give descriptions of them so I'll just give a rating for them ... decent read ... on a scale of 1 - 10 I give it a 7. The X-Wing series - set 2 & a half to 3 & half years after the events of ep VI. These books are great reads. Titles are: Book 1: Rogue Squadron ; Book 2: Wedge's Gamble Book 3: The Krytos Trap ; Book 4: The Bacta War Book 5: Wraith Squadron ; Book 6: Iron Fist Book 7: Solo Command On my "scale" they are all 9s except for book 4 ... that one is a 10. One thing to say about these books is that the Big 3 of Han, Luke, & Leia do not play large roles in them, for the most part these books focus on the not so well known characters of SW especially Wedge Antillies with only a few "cameos" from the Big 3 in the first 5 books although Han plays a huge role in books 6 & 7. The Courtship Of Princess Leia: my scale ... 7. You can probably guess that this is the story of how Han & Leia got married. This book begins right where book 7 of the X-Wing series ends. This one is set 4 years after ep VI. Tatooine Ghost: This book is also set 4 years after ep VI but after the Courtship book. On my scale ... 8 Next is the Thrawn Trilogy. There are 19 books set from then until just before the NJO series. It would take to long to write them all out but here's some of the names, "The Jedi Academy Trilogy", "The Callista Trilogy", "The Black Fleet Crisis", "The Corellian Trilogy". The only one of them that doesn't get a 7 on my "scale" is The Callista Trilogy ... to me that one is about a 4. The best gets saved for last ... The Hand Of Thrawn Duology: Titles are: "Specter Of The Past" & "Vision of The Future". both of these get 10s+ ... two very well written books by Timothy Zahn. I'm leaving out some of the single book stories but if you want to see them all use the following link: http://www.randomhouse.com/delrey/starwa... That should take you to a good timeline for the books. May The Force Be With You ... .

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    GIve me some information about Dota All Star. First Step to Buy?

    Assume that you are playing 5v5 Buy stout shield if you are melee hero (40% to block 30 dmg) - this would make a very big different since in early game your opponent dmg is around 35 - 65. - all creep dmg is roughly 40. Buy these item at the beginning of the game, dont aim level 3 or 4 item too early. 1. Wraith Band (agi hero) 2. Null Talisman (int hero) 3. Bracer (str hero) Buy Ring of Basilius (increase mana regeneration, +6dmg and +3 armor) - This item is quite economic for it give you a balance in defence, direct attack and spell mana. *** Note *** Dont buy Boot of speed at the beginning. Your opponent cant chase you in early game. Spending money on this boot and you cant buy anyone of the above item. Then you would be too weak to fight. :) Happy Dota !

  • What Star Wars books should I read up to the Legacy of the Force series?

    I'm a huge Star Wars fan, and I really want to read the Legacy of the Force series, but I'm trying to read a lot of the major Star Wars books before then so I'll have a

    I am also a huge star wars fan and am currently reading the book star by star which is the 10th book in the New Jedi Order series and am on my way to reading the Legacy of the Force books too. But truth be told I am enjoying these books a lot! The plot is really good and each book has me totally addicted. Anyway, as to what books you should read, here is my list of books I think you should read before Legacy. I will also put one of these things * by each book that is really optional and really don't need to read it to understand Legacy, but is still a great read! Also this is completely in order of the star wars timeline of when all these books take place. So here goes... The Truce at Bakura* (takes place right after ROTJ and is a great read) X-Wing Series* (haven't read them yet, but hear they are awesome and will probably read them some time in the future) Includes: -Rouge Squadron -Wedge's Gamble -The Krytos Trap -The Bacta War -Wraith Squadron -Iron Fist -Solo Command -Isard's Revenge -Starfighters of Adumar The Thrawn Trilogy (one of my favorites and I think a need to read b4 NJO and Legacy) Includes: -Heir to the Empire -Dark Force Rising -The Last Command The Jedi Academy Trilogy* (Haven't read, might be good, some people said it wasn't, Instead I would read the next book called I, Jedi) I, Jedi (only SW book in 1st person. Main character is Corran Horn who is one of my favorite characters and is in the NJO series so you may understand him a bit more in that series if you read this book.) The Crystal Star *********** (this is a completely OPTIONAL book! My advice: Don't read it. I read two chapters of this book and i couldn't stand it! save yourself the misery and stay away from this book!) The New Rebellion* (Great read, read it if you want, doesn't matter if you don't) The Hand of Thrawn Duology (Great books and would definitely read) Includes: -Specter of the Past -Vision of the Future Survivor's Quest and Fool's Bargain* (Read it if you want, they're mostly about Luke and Mara, though not a necessary read.) Junior Jedi Knights Series and the Young Jedi Knights Series* (Both series I have not read yet and I don't know if I want to. They might be good but I don't know. Either way, I haven't read them and I have had no trouble understanding the New Jedi Order series. Not going to list them cause there is a lot and a waste of time if you really wanna read Legacy as much as I do!) The New Jedi Order Series (This series is required if you have any hope of understanding the Legacy of the Force Series. But not to worry, it is absolutely great! There are a few if not many depressing moments but there is some happy moments. There's lots of action, with either x-wings, blasters, or lightsabers. There is also a lot of philosophical stuff about how one should use the Force, in which I find rather interesting. I can't express how much I am enjoying this series, and I hope you like it as much as I do at the moment) Includes: -Vector Prime -Dark Tide I: Onslaught -Dark Tide II: Ruin -Agents of Chaos: Hero's Trial -Agents of Chaos: Jedi Eclipse -Balance Point -Recovery (e-book you might be able to find online, but is included as the prologue in the paperback version of star by star) -Edge of Victory: Conquest -Edge of Victory: Rebirth -Star by Star -Dark Journey -Enemy Lines: Rebel Dream -Enemy Lines: Rebel Stand -Traitor -Destiny's Way -Ylesia (e-book, you will have to find it online) -Force Heretic: Remnant -Force Heretic: Refugee -Force Heretic: Reunion -The Final Prophecy -The Unifying Force The Dark Nest Trilogy (I heard this trilogy is really good and i am looking forward to reading it. I assume this is a bridge between the NJO and the Legacy series so I would read this b4 Legacy.) Includes: -The Joiner King -The Unseen Queen -The Swarm War Legacy of the Force (And here's the series you want to read and I can hardly wait to read!) Includes: -Betrayal -Bloodlines -Tempest -Exile -Sacrifice -Inferno -Fury -Revelation -Invincible Well there you go, those are my recommendations of what to read and I hope I was helpful! And sorry it was so long I kinda got carried away and I have nothing to do at the moment except answer questions! Anyway I hope you enjoy the books!

  • Star Wars novels help?

    So i am a huge fan of the 2 trilogies :) and i know there are a few books out... the problem is i dont know how many/where to start So i am asking my yahoo friends to help me :)

    BBY= Before Battle of Yavin ABY= After Batttle of Yavin Darth Bane: Path of Destruction by Drew Karpyshyn 1000 BBY-990 BBY Darth Bane: Rule of Two by Drew Karpyshyn Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil by Drew Karpyshyn [edit] Rise of the Empire era 33 BBY Darth Maul: Saboteur by James Luceno E-book published in back of Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter Paperback Edition Cloak of Deception by James Luceno 32.5 BBY Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter by Michael Reaves 32 BBY Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace by Terry Brooks 29 BBY Rogue Planet by Greg Bear 27 BBY Outbound Flight by Timothy Zahn 22.5 BBY The Approaching Storm by Alan Dean Foster [edit] Clone Wars era 22 BBY Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones by R.A. Salvatore Republic Commando: Hard Contact by Karen Traviss The Clone Wars Series Star Wars: The Clone Wars by Karen Traviss Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Wild Space by Karen Miller 21.5 BBY Shatterpoint by Matthew Stover The Clone Wars Series Star Wars: The Clone Wars - No Prisoners by Karen Traviss 21 BBY The Cestus Deception by Steven Barnes The Hive by Steven Barnes Republic Commando: Triple Zero by Karen Traviss 20 BBY Republic Commando: True Colors by Karen Traviss MedStar I: Battle Surgeons by Steve Perry and Michael Reaves MedStar II: Jedi Healer by Steve Perry and Michael Reaves 19.5 BBY Jedi Trial by David Sherman and Dan Cragg Yoda: Dark Rendezvous by Sean Stewart 19 BBY Labyrinth of Evil by James Luceno Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Stover Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel by Karen Traviss [edit] Imperial era 18-11 BBY Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader by James Luceno The Coruscant Nights Trilogy by Michael Reaves Jedi Twilight Street of Shadows Patterns of Force Imperial Commando by Karen Traviss 10-0 BBY The Han Solo Trilogy by A. C. Crispin The Paradise Snare The Hutt Gambit Rebel Dawn 5-2 BBY The Adventures of Lando Calrissian by L. Neil Smith Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka The Force Unleashed The Han Solo Adventures by Brian Daley Han Solo at Stars' End Han Solo's Revenge Han Solo and the Lost Legacy [edit] Rebellion era 0 BBY Death Star by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry Death Troopers by Joe Schreiber Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope by George Lucas and Alan Dean Foster 0-3 ABY Allegiance by Timothy Zahn Star Wars Galaxies: The Ruins of Dantooine by Voronica Whitney-Robinson Splinter of the Mind's Eye by Alan Dean Foster 3 ABY Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back by Donald F. Glut 3.5 ABY Shadows of the Empire by Steve Perry 4 ABY Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi by James Kahn The Bounty Hunter Wars by K.W. Jeter The Mandalorian Armor Slave Ship Hard Merchandise The Truce at Bakura by Kathy Tyers [edit] New Republic Era 5 ABY The Jedi Prince series The Golve of Drath Vader by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids The Lost City of the Jedi by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids Zorba the Hutt's Revenge by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids Mission from Mount Yoda by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids Queen of the Empire by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids Prophets of the Dark Side by Hollace Davids & Paul Davids 5.5 ABY Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor by Matthew Stover 6.5-7.5 ABY The X-wing Series X-wing: Rogue Squadron by Michael Stackpole X-wing: Wedge's Gamble by Michael Stackpole X-wing: The Krytos Trap by Michael Stackpole X-wing: The Bacta War by Michael Stackpole X-wing: Wraith Squadron by Aaron Allston X-wing: Iron Fist by Aaron Allston X-wing: Solo Command by Aaron Allston 8 ABY The Courtship of Princess Leia by Dave Wolverton Tatooine Ghost by Troy Denning A Forest Apart by Troy Denning (an e-book novella) 9 ABY The Thrawn Trilogy by Timothy Zahn Heir to the Empire Dark Force Rising The Last Command The X-wing Series X-wing: Isard's Revenge by Michael Stackpole 11 ABY The Jedi Academy Trilogy by Kevin J. Anderson Jedi Search Dark Apprentice Champions of the Force I, Jedi by Michael Stackpole 12-13 ABY Children of the Jedi by Barbara Hambly Darksaber by Kevin J. Anderson Planet of Twilight by Barbara Hambly The X-wing Series X-wing: Starfighters of Adumar by Aaron Allston 14 ABY The Crystal Star by Vonda N. McIntyre 16-17 ABY The Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy by Michael P. Kube-McDowell Before the Storm Shield of Lies Tyrant's Test 17 ABY The New Rebellion by Kristine Kathryn Rusch 18 ABY The Corellian Trilogy by Roger MacBride Allen Ambush at Corellia Assault at Selonia Showdown at Centerpoint 19 ABY The Hand of Thrawn Duology by Timothy Zahn Specter of the Past Vision of the Future 22 ABY Fool's Bargain by Timothy Zahn (an e-bo

  • Are star wars books any good?

    I always loved the films and the video games and I think I am one of the few people who enjoyed the prequels. But I always felt that the books might make the whole star wars universe

    At first site of a Star Wars book I thought the same as you did, and for that reason avoided the urge to check out Star Wars books. Now that I am older and wiser (and have tried out the books) I now realize that all that time I spent avoiding them, I had only been cheating myself. I am currently a college student and I have yet to pick up an Star Wars novel that I feel was even remotely childish. (Actually, I take that back, the novel Shadows of the Empire was definitely childish, and since none of the others are, I was very disappointed when I read it). However, other than that one exception, Star Wars has very intricate plots and can easily entertain adults as well as teenagers. I would even go so far as to say, with the exception of the Young Jedi Knights series and the short novels published by Schoolastic, most of the Star Wars novels in the Expanded Universe are well above the reading level of children. I am someone who is a huge fan of Lord of the Rings and the archaic and challenging writing style of J.R.R. Tolkien, however I still find Star Wars books to be of a sufficient reading level to always pique my interests. It is definitely true that there is really an order that you should go about getting into the novels and I will outline my recommended order below: 1. The Thrawn Trilogy - This trilogy was written by Timothy Zahn, and these novels feel so much like the Original Trilogy, that I would swear that Timothy Zahn IS George Lucas as he would've been had he merely been an author and not a director. If you loved the Original Trilogy at all you will have no choice but to love these novels, the trilogy consists of: --Heir to the Empire --Dark Force Rising --The Last Command 2. The X-Wing series - This series consists of 9 total books, and cover more than one story arc. The first four books are a complete story arc written by Michael A. Stackpole, while the subsequent three are yet another story arc written by: Aaron Allston. The eighth book is a sequel to the first four once again authored by Stackpole and the final installation is a sequel written by Allston. (phew! sorry if that is confusing) That being said if you want to move on to new stories before finishing all 9 books you could get by with reading the first 4 or the first 7, as those are actually complete story arcs. The X-Wing Series consists of: --Rogue Squadron by: Michael A. Stackpole --Wedge's Gamble by: Michael A. Stackpole --The Krytos Trap by: Michael A. Stackpole --The Bacta War by: Michael A. Stackpole --Wraith Squadron by: Aaron Allston --Iron Fist by: Aaron Allston --Solo Command by: Aaron Allston --Isard's Revenge by: Michael A. Stackpole --Starfighters of Adumar by: Aaron Allston 3. The Jedi Academy Trilogy - this trilogy was written by: Kevin J. Anderson, and details Luke Skywalker's attempt to rebuild the Jedi Order. This is a momentous trilogy as it sets the tone of much of what will happen in the universe afterwards; this trilogy consists of: --Jedi Search --Dark Apprentice --Champions of the Force 4. I, Jedi - written by: Michael A. Stackpole this book occurs concurrently with the Jedi Academy Trilogy and gives a great look at one of the more interesting Expanded Universe characters 5. The Hand of Thrawn Duology - written by: Timothy Zahn this duology has the same masterful feel of his earlier trilogy and they contain major plot and character developments that are essential to the universe this duology consists of: --Specter of the Past --Vision of the Future 6. The New Jedi Order Series - written by various authors this story arc introduces one of the most interesting challenges that our favorite heroes will see since the defeat of the Empire. This book contains 21 novels, but all promise to be great reads. That is the preferred sequence in my opinion, although I now have the benefit of hindsight on my side. I have mentioned alot of books and yet have only really scratched the surface of the Star Wars Expanded Universe, however the only way they will ever seem childish to you, is if you felt that the Original Trilogy was childish. I say that because all of these novels have the same feel as the movies and the reading level cannot be mistaken for that of a child

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