No DOS games, but not surprising. And I'm talking about the Might and Magic Darkside of Xeen battle between Corak and Sheltem. Easily one of the best endings I've had the pleasure of seeing.
Yes, but Baron Jukaga was the exception rather than the rule, and even he didn't understand their behaviours prior to studying humans for quite some time.Not every Kilrathi was surprised. Remember that prior to the war Baron Jukaga spent some time on Fawcett's World interacting with one human (whose name is completely escaping me at the moment) who told Jukaga quite bluntly that the Kilrathi would lose the war. He gained a unique insight into Humans that he would try to exert on Thrakhath and others with little success...
And to steal from the back cover of End Run
Yes, but Baron Jukaga was the exception rather than the rule, and even he didn't understand their behaviours prior to studying humans for quite some time.
And didn't seem to hold much real sway with the Imperial family near the end either because they thought his thinking was too alien (and it seemed that others thought the same thing, a lot of those around him (if I remember correctly) didn't seem to hold him in the highest regard (just what his societal position called for)).Fawcett's World is his first encounter with humans and that was right before the outbreak of war. Jukaga father also had a keen insight into human behavior along with their retainer (who's name is also evading me). Jukaga was not alone in trying to understand humans, but he was certainly part of an extremely small minority.
I really need to re-read Fleet Action again.They were perhaps more afraid of him at the end because he had gained so much influence from the Vukar Tag to BoT period.
Many knew that he aspired to retake the throne for his family, which according to what we know was considered of even thicker blood than the Emperor's.
The rebel assault version was a sinch, but the original x-wing version was pretty tough