These videos are more sketches than anything else. They were done by Blue Team, a group of techno-artists that included Waylon "FistofGod" Winn. The team disbanded after the cancellation of Antioch 3, and each member went on to pursue a career in the gaming industry.
Most videos are very short, and would be developed into true cinematics sequences. This never happened, but at least we got enough to stir our imaginations. —Erasculio
These videos require the DivX codec to view (better yet, grab VLC, which can play a ton of formats out of the box, instead):
You can use the next pack of videos by unzipping them into your Starcraft directory or by viewing them with the RAD Video Tools:
A collection of sounds from The Antioch Chronicles. One of the things that set TAC apart from the other Starcraft mods was it's incredible voice acting. Featuring Auspex Turmalis, Zeus Legion (a great voice actor, who has already worked as such in the gaming industries) and other talented actors, it created a new standard for the other mod makers.
Most of the voice-acting for TAC Episode 3 was lost or never made, but we do have some preciosities below. —Erasculio
- Antioch 2 Trailer » (3.23 MB)—Here was something new: a trailer for a Starcraft campaign?! This was simply unheard of at the time, and was probably the best sign at the time that the Antioch Chronicles had far exceeded anything Starcraft fans had attempted before and set a new standard that was easily met in A2 itself. —Seawolf
- Antioch 3 Trailer A » (2.15 MB)—The first A3 trailer is what got us all really excited for the first time about the final chapter in the Antioch Chronicles. It was our first taste of A3, before any of the character bios or mega updates and most all of the fiction. This was where A3 was really born, and still remains the better-known trailer to most old-timers. —Seawolf
- Antioch 3 Trailer B » (2.20 MB)—The second A3 trailer was kind of a bookend to the first. By then, the mega updates were out, the characters were long revealed, and most of the fiction (and hints from Zeus) had filled us in on what to expect. In the last trailer made for the Antioch Chronicles, at least, we were not disappointed. —Seawolf
- Outtakes from A3 » (1.59 MB)—The voice actors have some fun in the outtakes of the entire Chronicles.
- Lancer and Lynx Unit Sounds » (3.68 MB)—From the three units, we got the sounds for two of them, the Lancer and the Lynx. Not much more work was done for them, but we got some other interesting tidbits...
- "Teross Remembered" » (1.41 MB)—One of the sample soundtracks made by Auspex Turmalis himself. This is about Teross, the old Protoss city destroyed by Sevorak and seen as ruined mud fields in A1.
- "Umbran Steel" » (2.60 MB)—Another piece of music made by Auspex, this one is for the dead planet of Umbra. A darker song, for a darker destiny (ooh, spooky).
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