This is it. The final level of Trojan. After a brief stop at the last of the remote satellites, where we can refill on ammo and tank up the old shields to the tune of 3X, it's off to the Hades. Now all we have to do is kill all the occupants and our escape chariot will be ready for us. Oh, and there is the important matter of Cain. We have to activate a communications port so he can beam himself on board. As tempting as it might be to simply clear out the Hades and take off without Cain, you can't finish Trojan without taking him with you. Oh well.
There are some tricks not mentioned in the spoiler guide that can make this level a bit easier. Perhaps the most important one is to not jump down right away, but to jump across and deal with the backup troops from the top rather than below. There are other places where similar strategies can also be used. This level has a number of rear door ambushes, so watch out. It's a compact level, but there is a lot of fighting in tight places - very reminiscent of M1. And at the end of the day, we escape with Cain and the alien artifact, which contains all the secrets of the Universe. Sounds like a great beginning for the start of another scenario. Too bad Trojan 2 never got going.
And with that, the Trojan Volunteers Series is done. Now I can concentrate on beta testing a major AO conversion of a 3rd party scenario, but I'll say no more.