Games in Released OrderEdit
The Sith Temple Game -The first game was released August 7, 2012. It was a bit of a wreck to be honest. The game was meant to be a stand alone and therefore Spider did not put much thought into the story. It is notable for using blurry pictures and ended with a massive, but confusing and unneeded battle. After the second game, Spider retconned these events with a better story called "The Shadow Warriors" that was mainly the same story but with better pictures and more emotion.
The War on Middle-Earth -A prequel to the first game, this was released January 29, 2013. Because of the below-par first game, this game had low expectations but was a surprise hit. Spider took everything he thought was bad about the first game and worked to improve it. It had a much better story, and was praised for its sense of epicness ad final battle. Spider used this game to set up the rest of the saga, and many important characters were intoduced.
Servants of Destruction -This game released May 26, 2013. This perhaps, has been the most unique of any Ambush Game. The players were split up into two groups and had three days to kill as many scum as they could in their group. Both teams failed in finding any scum. The second half of the game took place as the survivors had to fight each other in an arena. the Blue team emerged victorious after all players on the red team were defeated.
A Common Enemy -The fourth game was the the one that tied them all together. It was released July 2, 2013, not long after the third game ended. It featured the survivors of those three games, and explained the main story for the saga. Sadly, the game did not go as well as expected, as five loyals people dropped. The gameplay took a massive hit, and the energy matched nowhere near where it was for the other games. It is known for it's "team switch" on Day 2.
The Blade of Darth Revan -The fifth game was released December 4, 2013. It was part one of the finale. Spider focused on giving this game a more exciting story as well as more action sequences. This game followed Spider series "The Desperate Quest" where most of it's characters originated. This game allowed players to send in their own characters, which resulted in many crossovers. This game also brought back "Roleblockers".
Epitaph -The sixth and final game was releaed July 7, 2014. It was part two of the finale. Spider introduced a few new roles this game but mainly focused on the story. This followed the same characters as the last game and ended with an extremely hard-to-make conclsuion. Spider was very proud of the final product.
Main Article: The Desperate Quest
After A Common Enemy was completed, Spider got the idea to show several stories in a series as opposed to packing a lot of info into his last two games. This was also made to create more drama in the final game. Spider then got the idea to have people send in their own characters, so he could create arcs about meeting characters and therefore have The Blade of Darth Revan be less confusing.
Installments in Chronological OrderEdit
Part I: The Wars on Middle-Earth
Part II: The Shadow Warriors
Part III: The Servants of Destruction
Part IV: A Common Enemy
Part V: The Desperate Quest
Part VI: The Blade of Darth Revan
Part VII: The Epitaph
|Name:||Portrayed By:||Affilition:||End Status:|
|Revan||CBK, Star, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, Death Eaters, Middle-Earth Alliance, Sedition||Deceased (Stabbed to death by Sebastian Shaw)|
|Eomer||Spider||Middle-Earth Allaince, Sedition||Alive (Survived and lived peacefully in Middle-Earth)|
|Grievous||Newan, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, New Sith Order, Middle-Earth Alliance, Sedition||Deceased (Shot and killed by Dsak Joto)|
|Mandus Mayfare||Ivar||Sedition||Alive (Survived and lived peacefully in Middle-Earth)|
|Cut Lawquane||Spider||Sedition||Alive (Survived and lived peacefully in Middle-Earth)|
|Sebastian Shaw||Spider||Dark Alliance, Himself||Deceased (Beheaded by Eomer)|
|Whitaker Atlas||Kenobi||Sedition||Deceased (Burned alive by Lux Bonteri under orders of Sebastian Shaw)|
|Rarbar, son of Dwalin||Star||Sedition||Deceased (Shot and killed by Orcs under orders of Sauron)|
|Sauron||Spider||Dark Alliance||Deceased (Shot and killed by Mandus Mayfare)|
|Haldir||Siblings, Squiggy, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, Middle-Earth Alliance||Alive (Survived and lived peacefully in Middle-Earth)|
|Wicket||Tater, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, Middle-Earth Alliance, Sedition||Deceased (Shot and killed by Revan at own request)|
|Erik Lehnsherr||Potato, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, New Sith Order, Himself||Deceased (Fell to his death during battle with Revan)|
|Dooku||Pinda, Spider||Lehnsherr's Company, New Sith Order, Dark Alliance||Deceased (Shot and killed by Captain Rex)|
|The Doctor||Spider||The Sedition (briefly)||Alive (Left Middle-Earth to face The Master)|
|Elrond||Spider||Middle-Earth Alliance||Deceased (Shot and killed by Deadpool)|
|Dsak "Haradian" Joto||Jodo||Himself, Dark Alliance||Deceased (Stabbed to death by Revan)|
|Voldemort||Namialus, Spider||Death Eaters, Himself||Alive (Escaped into wild of Middle-Earth)|
|Nur Fial||Spider, Bane||Sedition||Alive (Survived and lived peacefully in Middle-Earth)|
|Eek Utun||Spider||Dark Alliance||Alive (Survived and lived in house arrest)|
|Yas Otison||Spider||Dark Alliance||Deceased (Stabbed to death by Revan)|
|Lux Bonteri||Spider||Dark Alliance||Deceased (Knocked unconscious by Mandus Mayfare and died from blood loss)|
|Daesha Tualin||Natalie||Lehnsherr's Company, Middle-Earth Alliance||Deceased (Stabbed to death by Radagast)|
|Loki||Ivar, Spider||Dark Alliance||Deceased (Shot with Death Ray by Dalek)|
|Deadpool "Scruffy"||Scruffy||Lehnsherr's Company, Dark Alliance||Deceased (Beheaded by Cut Lawquane)|
|Palpatine||Spider||New Sith Order, Middle-Earth Alliance||Deceased (Stabbed to death by Loki)|
The Middle-Earth AllianceEdit
Erik Lehnsherr's CompanyEdit
The New Sith OrderEdit
Behind the ScenesEdit
Spider's favorite games were TWOM-E, Servants, and Epitaph