The war with the Kilrathi has lasted for generations, now the Terran Confederation faces the possibility of humanity losing the war, and Earth being over-run by the cat-like race of the Kilrathi. In a desperate attempt to win, the Terran Confederation prepares to destroy Kilrah; the Kilrathi home-world, and end the war. But only one man is qualified; Colonel Chirstopher Blair, who the Kilrathi have dubbed "The Heart of the Tiger"...
John Betancourt <MXKM38B@prodigy.com>
December 1994 (USA)
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As the player approaches the end of the game, he can choose which of the two female love interests that Blair takes as his girlfriend - mechanic Rachel or fellow pilot Flint. Or he can turn down both of them (or just decline to talk to them) and go home single at the end of the game. Neither character returns or is even mentioned in the next game, Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom
(1996). Rachel does return in the fifth game, Wing Commander: Prophecy
(1997), but has no scenes with Blair (who is now a supporting character rather than the player character) and neither character makes any mention of each other. In the Wing Commander III novelisation, Blair chooses Rachel, and in the Wing Commander IV novelisation, Rachel has left Blair. See more
A hand holding Blair's ankle is visible when Prince Thrakhath plunges his claw into him and lifts him up in the air (if the player refuses to beg for the mercy in the cutscene that follows if the player ejects in the final losing endgame mission) See more
[after bringing back Flint when she goes off fighting the Kilrathi by herself
We don't fly suicide missions. We fight this war to live, not to die. You've got to fly with your head, Flint. Not your heart.
You've never done that, sir, fly with your heart?
The day I do that, I expect a stiff dressing-down, Mister. That's an order.
Follows Wing Commander