• Speer reports on the issue of illegal drafting into the Confederate Armed Forces.[2]



  • Due to changes to training programs, Confederate armed forces morale reportedly goes on the rise.[2]
  • The Kel-Morian Combine attacks Confederate nuclear fortifications on Char. After heavy fighting, the Confederates drive the attackers into retreat.[2]


  • UNN's documentary The Price of War is pulled off the air by military censors. UNN offices are subsequently raided for "seditious and slanderous materials."[2]


  • Three UNN reporting staff are arrested due to the airing of unauthorized war footage. Preston Shale is interviewed in regards to the issue.[2]


  • The Confederacy agrees to give its reporters access to military bases.[2]
  • The Combine releases a statement dismissing claims of ill treatment towards P.O.Ws.[2]
  • Heightened criminal activity is reported in the Confederate civilian sector.[2]


Misc. EventsEdit

The events below occur from early-to late year, concurently with many of the above events.



  • The Battle of Prosser's Well on Raydin III takes place between the Terran Confederacy and Kel-Morian Combine. The former achieves victory.[2]
    • In the aftermath, Staff Sergeant Tychus Findlay arranges a crooked deal to sell some captured Kel-Morian materiel before it can be accounted for by Confederate logistics teams.[2]
    • Captain Jack Larimer orders his Tactical Response Squad to disguise themselves as Kel-Morians and assault "collaborators" or "dissidents". Staff Sergeant Findlay, his second-in-command, disputes his reckless tactics and beats Captain Larimer unconscious. This lands Findlay in a work camp where he is demoted to private. He also isn't able to close his criminal deal.[2]


The next article in this series is 2489.


  1. Neilson, Micky. "Stealing Thunder." (Oct. 13, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. Stealing Thunder Accessed 2010-10-22.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 Dietz, William C. (April 6, 2010). StarCraft II: Heaven's Devils. Simon & Schuster (Gallery Books). ISBN 978-1416-55084-6.
  3. 2010-05-09, Dog Tags. StarCraft Wire, accessed on 2010-06-19
  4. Underwood, Peter, Bill Roper, Chris Metzen and Jeffrey Vaughn. StarCraft (Manual). Irvine, Calif.: Blizzard Entertainment, 1998.
  5. April 6, 2010. "Timeline". StarCraft II: Heaven's Devils. Simon & Schuster (Pocket Star). pp. 311 - 323. ISBN 978-1416-55084-6.
  6. Derived from Neilson, Micky (December 18, 2000). StarCraft: Uprising, which takes place in 2491. Simon & Schuster (Pocket Star). ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook).
  7. Furman, Simon (w), Federico Dallocchio, Mike S. Miller, Carlos D'Anda (p, i). "StarCraft #6" StarCraft 1 (6) (November 25, 2009) DC Comics (Wildstorm).


  1. StarCraft II: Heaven's Devils places Raynor's birthday as being prior to July. However, Raynor's dog tags list it as being in August. Under the revised date, it is impossible to pinpoint the exact timing of many events of Heaven's Devils due to the now more vague timeline of events.
  2. StarCraft: Issue 6 specifically identifies this event as taking place in 2488. Various pieces of information from StarCraft II: Heaven's Devils places the invasion in November or December 2488. For instance, UNN reporter Max Speer didn't become an embedded reporter until at least November 2488, and he was present as an embedded reporter at the battle. Clair Hobarth gave an interview about the battle in January 2489.
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