Im actually interested in this part of the stories because I have made side stories and things around them thru the years, and try to align them with the main lore.
[Spoilers for Nova missions in this paragraph]:
In Nova missions Tyrador IX gets attacked by Zerg, feral Zerg attracted by the planted Psi emitters.
Often, and I like that, the comics are kind of like continue of what happens beyond Nova missions, canon or not I use this as the natural continue of the stories.
Defenders of Man get split/cease with the defeat of Davis… I still can’t get are Knights of Tyrador their continue or still separate from DoM?
Let me add that I got a BC model called mini replica with that logo and I like it, if I played more actively the game, I’d use it a lot as I already do. I like the decal, I relate to it and its stories in couple of ways. It comes with a comic that is before SC2 times I think from year 2499, comic is issue #0, so it doesnt shed any light about the topic.
This is the natural continue of Nova missions to me, it shows what Nova does after she flies away in the epilogue of Nova Covert Ops.
Nature Of The Beast
is like a continue of the story of Nova after Shadow Wars. This story is incomplete by the writers.
Metallic Zerg (Simulant) their story is that they are created by Stettman on terrazine drugs in
This Sacred Land
Cerberus Zerg, that other skin, based on unit descriptions are created from secret projects. They mention an attack on Tyrador and the coming of Ihan-Rii.
So, 2 attacks
- In Nova missions Tyrador is attacked by Feral Zerg and Taldarim come to take part
- Cerberus attack Tyrador and Ihan-Rii, come and even settle on the planet reclaiming some part of it back. I want this part of the story, it would be nice if they made a comic or something out of it .
Some info about these things I know from the SC Wiki
The question is, is there such content already made about them? Just like This Sacred Land was for the Simulant Zerg, it is not clear if the story about Cerberus and Ihan-Rii is just from unit descriptions, I don’t recall that, so I wonder what the source was.