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Starcraft 2: Lobbying like damn!

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The Emperor has returned to reclaim his throne. Lim Yo-Hwan aka SlayerS_'BoxeR' is in the second season of the GOM TV GSL tournament. Here is the video of his debut:


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The Starcraft II discussion thread


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1) Start by joining the master PA friend list. DO THIS FIRST. It also doesn't hurt to add your battle.net ID into your signature. If you can't do either of these, then we don't want to be your friend.

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Other PA related SC2 stuff
The official PA SC2 tournament thread! You too can sign up and play in our very PA tournaments. For best results, tell 'em Dover sent ya.

The campaign and custom map editor thread. A thread dedicated to discussions about the single player campaign and custom map editor. A fun place to check out when you've become frustrated with multiplayer and need a break from the action to unwind.

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Livestream for our friend Trus. Beware of loud music. :D

Livestream for our friend Ash. Broadcasting the SC2 Arcadia tournaments.

PA SC2 Steam Group. A great place to meet up with other PA forum people and set up games, talk strats, or just bullshit around. This is the most common place for us all to meet before big tournaments and stuff. Very useful!

Comprehensive unit spreadsheet. A publicly editable spreadsheet that details all of the costs, build times, damage, and other unit specific information you could ever ask for. Make sure to read this first before asking how much damage hydralisks do versus air units. Special thanks to our very own Vin for making it.

The beginner's guide on how to play SC2 and tips to get better. If you are brand new to Starcraft or RTS games in general, start by reading this beginners guide written by our very own forum member, eeSanG. He is a Diamond level player who knows his stuff and was generous enough to take the time to write out this very informative piece on the basics of SC2. It's a long read, but quite worth it. (spoilered for size)
eeSanG's basics of Starcraft 2[/size] for all you new players to SC2.

I have written this to help anyone who is interested in playing but have little experience and no one to teach them.

There are many things in Starcraft that are so basic that no one mentions them. However, they’re also incredibly difficult to find out for yourself without a natural intuition for Real-Time Strategy. This makes it extremely difficult for people new to RTS’s to learn about them so they get trashed by everyone and everything; the entire process can be extremely demoralizing and leaves only a bitter taste in the neophyte as they quit in frustration. These basics are so fundamental that without them, every player is doomed to failure against someone with solid mechanics.

I am going to go over many of these basics. Here are some simple tips that apply to almost every RTS that involves resource management:

* Keep building workers/harvesters.
* Don’t let resources build up.
* Learn build orders.
* Don’t play blindly, scout often.

The slightly more advanced mechanics all branch off from these principles.

Why you want to keep building workers.
Workers in Starcraft are great investments; you spend time and resources building them and they’ll provide great returns on those investments. The most significant mechanic behind Starcraft is resource management: you need minerals and gas to do everything. The more you have, the more you can do; but, the reverse also applies: the less resources you have, the more limited you are in options. This is macromanagement.

Okay, so more workers mean more resource gathering, but where do you stop? You don’t. In Starcraft 2, every base has 8 mineral patches and 2 gas geysers. Maximum saturation is 3 workers per mineral patch and 3 per gas; however, the optimal amount of workers on minerals is actually 2. There are heavy diminishing returns after 2 workers per mineral patch and returns stop altogether after 3. So why don’t you only make 22 workers, 16 for minerals and 6 for gas? Because you will want to expand.

Expanding is a critical aspect of micromanagement. Two fully saturated bases have double the production of one: this means twice the upgrades and twice the units. That is an unfair advantage over your opponent if you’re playing 2 bases to 1. Expanding does require an investment though, you cannot recklessly place bases all over the map or you risk losing everything to an aware opponent.

So back to workers: Why don’t we stop at 22? Because you will want to expand and you will want your investment to make immediate returns once you do. How do you do this? By transferring several workers from your first saturated base to your second (For future reference, transferring of workers will be called maynarding, as that is the term used by competitive Starcraft players). So say you kept building workers and you have about 34 (6 on gas, 28 mining), 4 of your workers mining are actually doing absolutely nothing. You still want to produce this many workers because once you expand (which you should when you safely can) you can maynard 17 workers to your expansions and put 6 on gas with 11 on mining.

Doing this, you’re now fully saturated on gas in two bases and have 11 workers on minerals each base. This is clearly insufficient and suboptimal but now you have 2 worker producing buildings and by splitting evenly, you can hit optimization in both bases with 5 worker production cycles. Well, 11 isn’t an optimal amount, so why not only move 16 and have 16/6 on minerals? You could, but because you have 2 worker production buildings you would have to go through 0 and 10 worker production cycles to hit optimization and that is inefficient because you have only one building doing all the work instead of dividing it equally. This doubles the amount of time for your bases to hit optimized mining and every worker built at an optimized mineral line is worth less and less.

So to keep the first facet of macromanagement strong, worker production is required beyond optimization. You’ll want to keep producing workers at both bases after your first expansion because the late game phase is usually played on 3 or more bases and you will want to continue maynarding workers to new expansions.

Why you don’t want resources to build up.
Worker production is the first stage of macromanagement: actually getting the resources. The second facet of macromanagement is actually using those resources. As you gather resources, you use them to make units for fighting. Every resource hoarded is a potential investment you did not make. If you engage in a battle with 1000 minerals hoarded, that is 1000 minerals worth of units you could’ve had at the fight had you macromanaged better. 10 Zealots, 20 Marines, or 40 Zerglings can significantly change the outcome of a battle. Unused resources mean smaller armies and smaller armies usually mean battles lost. Having 10 Marines is not going to win against 10 Zealots; you need more Marines for it to be a fair fight.

To prevent yourself from running into unfair fights, you want to be continuously spending your resources on something. It can be workers, buildings, upgrades, or units. Just spend it. But! Don’t waste it on things you will never use. Don’t get speed upgrades on a unit that you never plan on using. Efficient spending is implicit. It is not obvious; it is not shouted at you when you lose. Players will have excuses on why they lost, but underlying all that is usually because they did not spend their resources efficiently.

Another bad habit that many players have is immense amounts of unit queuing. Yes, you are spending resources, but it is not being spent efficiently. You make absolutely no returns on unit production until those units are actually made. Filling a unit queue right as or before a fight starts means those are units you could’ve already had. How? By making more unit producing buildings. Learning how many unit producing buildings you can have per base is difficult to learn, precise amounts can only come from experience.

Using Protoss as an example: A single mineral line can support roughly 3 Gateways running full time with minimal ‘teching’ (unlocking upgrades or new units). It can support 2 with heavy tech investments and it can barely support 4 Gateways with absolutely no tech investment. Running 4 Gateways usually ends in disastrous results for the Protoss player unless the opponent is quickly killed or there are no tech investments left to make. This is because if the opponent can get severely ahead in tech, the Protoss is at a significant disadvantage due to a lack of viable options.

If you have resources piling up, you have two options: make more unit producing buildings or expand and then making more unit producing buildings. Being choked on unit production is an easy way to lose after trading armies with your opponent. Having too many buildings is better than not having enough.

There are two ways of losing via smaller army: not having enough or not spending enough resources. Both of these are easily avoidable.

Now that we’ve covered resource management, we continue onto build orders.

Learn build orders.
Build orders are a prearranged order in which you construct your buildings. Good build orders are those that everyone uses; they are cookie cutter. Now, some might rant about how cookie cutter builds destroy innovation and creative play. No! Build orders allow innovation and creative play to be efficient. They are cookie cutter for a reason, because they are the most effective openings in regards to resources and time. Starcraft and Starcraft 2 are battles of resources, but they’re also battles for time. A few seconds difference can change the entire game through a delayed unit, a building, or an entire expansion. Many openings trade time for resources or resources for time. Time creates advantages in tech, resources, or army size.

Learning build orders is more difficult in Starcraft 2 because it’s so new, not everything has been discovered or tested. It’s your job now to create, adopt, or steal build orders that are the most efficient. Constructing a building 5 seconds earlier than normal can lead to enormous advantages but not learning or refining build orders can lead to constructing buildings later than necessary!

For Starcraft 2, there are two ways to create the opening Pylon as Protoss. You can either make it at 9 supply and have it finish at 10 so you can Chrono Boost or you can cut an early Probe to create a Pylon at 8 and Chrono Boost the 9th Probe immediately. The difference between these builds provides a difference of about a second in the first Gateway, so this is an extreme example. I myself enjoy placing the Pylon at 8.

The difference between a solid and shaky build order can mean living or dying during the early game.

Don’t play blindly, scout often.
Map hacking, the most prominent hack in Starcraft, provides perfect information on the map and the opponent. This third-party program is looked down upon by the competitive community because it provides such an unfair advantage and because it is cheating.

You can simulate these same advantages through proper scouting. A player’s first scout is usually their worker. Many beginners believe that they are sent out for the sole reason of finding where the opponent is. Naïve! Keeping your scouting worker alive reveals so much valuable information, but only through proper analysis that comes with experience.

The subtle things will tell you much: the progress on the spawning pool will tell you whether to expect early Zerglings or not. A 10pool (a spawning pool created after the 10th Drone but before the 11th) will most certainly make Zerglings while a 13pool may only make 2 or skip them altogether. A surviving worker can reveal a Protoss player’s entire tech tree if kept alive: 1 Gate into Cybernetic Core? 2 Gate? THREE Gate (3 means you are going to get rushed)? 0 Gates? You just got proxy’d, get ready for a fast rush. A scouting worker can easily dodge Zealots through proper micro, many will need to get a Stalker or Sentry to kill it if they don’t want you to see their tech tree and that means gas spent, unit created, tech delayed.

When the first scout dies, many no longer scout for the rest of the game. Foolish! Continue to send out scouts; they can be either workers, a fast and inexpensive unit (Zergling), or a unit that is concealed and difficult to kill (Observer). Knowing where your opponent’s army is, knowing what it’s made of, and knowing when they expand are all critical intel. Location allows you to set up flanks or ambushes. Composition allows you to create the correct counters to their units, and knowing when and where an expansion is built opens up an opportunity to attack before they make returns on such a heavy investment. However, don't needlessly sacrifice units into the maw that is your opponent's army. Scout often, but be conservative with them.

Scouting is much harder and is much more demanding on your multitasking than macromanagement. You shouldn’t let your macromanagement suffer for the sake of scouting, but neither should you forsake scouting altogether. Balance is key to consistent success, though knowing when to take risks is also important.

Combining these fundamentals together means that your armies will be as large as possible, your economy as efficient as can be, and the knowledge of your opponent’s play are as clear as crystal.

These basics are just that, fundamentals. A lack of fundamentals means that defeating an opponent with strong mechanics and safe play will be an impossibility. Real-Time Strategies incorporate strategic play but that is meaningless when lacking in basics. Smaller armies, weaker economy, and blind play are disadvantages the player only gives himself; they are completely unnecessary and preventable.

So here they are again so you can drill them into your head. The basics of resource based RTS’s are:

* Keep building workers/harvesters.
* Don’t let resources build up.
* Learn build orders.
* Don’t play blindly, scout often.

It can be difficult to do everything simultaneously at first, but it becomes more natural through practice!

Good luck and have fun. Until next time.


Other non-PA related SC2 stuff
The Day[9] Daily Live Stream. Sean "Day9" Plott is an 11 year Starcraft veteran, so he knows his shit. He does a live stream Sunday through Thursday that airs 7pm PST/10pm EST. If you miss a stream, you can watch it, and every other streams he's ever done, in his archives. BOOKMARK HIS SITES! You will not be disappointed.

HD Starcraft. Good site for beginners to learn from and watch higher end players as well. Being Youtube videos, you can fast forward and rewind to help learn strategies and build orders.

HuskyStarcraft. The brother site of HD Starcraft. Another good site for watching videos of foreign tournaments and for general learning by watching pros.

Gretorp's live stream. A high level Terran player who has amassed quite a following.

Team Liquid. Team Liquid is the biggest Starcraft related fan site out on the Internet today. They follow everything Starcraft related including the pro scene. Many great articles, forums, and information can be found here. A must bookmark for any Starcraft fan.

Starcraft II Liquipedia. Team Liquid has created a wikipedia site for everything SC2 related. This will be updated as time goes on and all information found here should be legit as possible.

Team Liquid Tournament Tracker. Want to play in some SC2 tournaments? Bookmark this link to see what's running now and upcoming in the future.

GOM TV.net. The only officially Blizzard backed tournament spot in Korea. Great high-end play to be found here.

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  • JarsJars Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    I support this thread even though it could lead to a thread gap where people continually make them one page earlier until we reach page 0.

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  • CycloneRangerCycloneRanger Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    So when does Day[9] start today's show? I only ever tune in on Mondays.

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  • KetBraKetBra FISTS OF JUSTICE! Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Those youtube links don't work. Gretech has been pretty aggressive getting stuff off of youtube.

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  • undeinPiratundeinPirat Registered User
    edited October 2010
    trus

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  • TrusTrus Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    CorpseRT wrote: »
    Those youtube links don't work. Gretech has been pretty aggressive getting stuff off of youtube.

    Blame Dover, I shamelessly copied his OP

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  • KetherialKetherial Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Muriden wrote: »
    Stilts wrote: »
    Vicktor wrote: »
    Jars wrote: »
    use the whitera strategy. stalkers beat mutas for cost so go kill their fucking base if they build up a bunch of them
    This.

    I was watching that game, and even the commentors were like: wow those are alot of mutas, not much can stop 4-base muta once it gets going. Now the Zerg has a critical mass of mutas and can take out the gold expan... wait... Oh, or Protoss can send a billion stalkers into the zerg base and destroy the disorganized attempt to defend.

    To be fair, there was some very nice blink micro and focus firing going on by Whitera there. I'd have to look more closely, but it was so one-sided that I suspect the mutas weren't being microed well. But I don't know (they're hard to micro against stalkers because of the range difference, chasing down hurt stalkers means you take free hits, so I don't know what the best micro tactic is in that situation).

    And if you can get a few Sentries in there, even better. Guardian Shield significantly cuts the damage of the Mutas' bounce attacks.


    Muta attack is 9-3-1, GS makes it 7-1-0. Sentries are way underrated against mutas.

    in bw, you could never bring an attack down to zero. it would always do at least 1 damage. did they change this in sc2?

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  • ChenChen Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    The videos don't work. Fail.

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  • tuxkamentuxkamen Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Ketherial wrote: »
    Muriden wrote: »
    Stilts wrote: »
    Vicktor wrote: »
    Jars wrote: »
    use the whitera strategy. stalkers beat mutas for cost so go kill their fucking base if they build up a bunch of them
    This.

    I was watching that game, and even the commentors were like: wow those are alot of mutas, not much can stop 4-base muta once it gets going. Now the Zerg has a critical mass of mutas and can take out the gold expan... wait... Oh, or Protoss can send a billion stalkers into the zerg base and destroy the disorganized attempt to defend.

    To be fair, there was some very nice blink micro and focus firing going on by Whitera there. I'd have to look more closely, but it was so one-sided that I suspect the mutas weren't being microed well. But I don't know (they're hard to micro against stalkers because of the range difference, chasing down hurt stalkers means you take free hits, so I don't know what the best micro tactic is in that situation).

    And if you can get a few Sentries in there, even better. Guardian Shield significantly cuts the damage of the Mutas' bounce attacks.


    Muta attack is 9-3-1, GS makes it 7-1-0. Sentries are way underrated against mutas.

    in bw, you could never bring an attack down to zero. it would always do at least 1 damage. did they change this in sc2?

    I was under the impression that it was 7-1-1.

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  • KetherialKetherial Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    same.

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  • EggPuppetEggPuppet Registered User
    edited October 2010
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  • tuxkamentuxkamen Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    I'd also say to throw the show match videos up rather than the Gretech yoinks.

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  • KambingKambing Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    OMG, help me break 4k achievement points. Need more people that want to get their 15 2v2 insane coop streak achievement done or just grind insane coop games.

    Requirements: know how to cannon rush and have a pulse.

    PM me for more information.

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  • SLyMSLyM Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    SLyM wrote: »
    Something I learned playing funay monday is that you can get a pair of cloaked ghosts behind your opponent's mineral line really early with a kinda wacky build order. Considering that ghosts 2 hit probes and protoss get screwed if they don't have detection when cloaked things show up, it might be a pretty viable strategy against them in a 1v1. Maybe not, I dunno, but it's an interesting thought.

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  • MaratastikMaratastik Just call me Mara, please! Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    This may in fact be the greatest thing ever.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdwr_imqWuI&feature=player_embedded#!

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  • AumniAumni Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Olorin wrote: »
    This may in fact be the greatest thing ever.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdwr_imqWuI&feature=player_embedded#!

    That is in fact the greatest thing ever.

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  • TrusTrus Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    There, I fixed the stupid videos

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  • AumniAumni Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Put that Day9 video in the OP right now or this thread is a sham.

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  • tuxkamentuxkamen Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    SLyM wrote: »
    SLyM wrote: »
    Something I learned playing funay monday is that you can get a pair of cloaked ghosts behind your opponent's mineral line really early with a kinda wacky build order. Considering that ghosts 2 hit probes and protoss get screwed if they don't have detection when cloaked things show up, it might be a pretty viable strategy against them in a 1v1. Maybe not, I dunno, but it's an interesting thought.

    It's great if you want your base to be empty for at least six minutes.

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  • MNC DoverMNC Dover Game Designer/Stay-at-home Dad Seattle, WARegistered User regular
    edited October 2010
    I have no words for this betrayal...

    ...well except maybe the new OP I was working on for the last 30 minutes is now completely fucking useless.

    :(

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  • ChenChen Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Welcome to the Internet.

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  • MaratastikMaratastik Just call me Mara, please! Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Aumni wrote: »
    Put that Day9 video in the OP right now or this thread is a sham.

    You heard the man trus!

    Also, I literally cannot stop watching it....

    I have the largest nerd boner right now...

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  • SceptreSceptre Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Lobby Tonight?

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  • DangeriskDangerisk Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    I'm so glad White-Ra / Dimaga placed well at Blizzcon.

    They've both not been showing results recently. Been MIA in the standings since the Beta basically.

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  • MaratastikMaratastik Just call me Mara, please! Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Since when do you follow SC2 danger...:P

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  • KamiKami Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Hahah oh mannnn that video

    Also, finished my placements, I'm officially Bronze league! Wooooo

    My goal, though, is by year's end, to be Gold or Platinum. I hope I can do it :cry:

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  • MaratastikMaratastik Just call me Mara, please! Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    TOTP for awesomeness: EDIT: almost TOTP
    Olorin wrote: »
    This may in fact be the greatest thing ever.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdwr_imqWuI&feature=player_embedded#!

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  • JarsJars Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    MNC Dover wrote: »
    I have no words for this betrayal...

    ...well except maybe the new OP I was working on for the last 30 minutes is now completely fucking useless.

    :(

    all I can say is

    neener neener neener

    didn't dimaga do well at the first IEM?

    THE CAMERA IS ON DAY9

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  • Joe KJoe K Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
  • EzekielEzekiel Registered User
    edited October 2010
    Day9 needs to open his daily with that video, every time.

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  • AumniAumni Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    So I wanna get in on SC2 with you guys. Been Kinda a loner and these lobbies sound like I can learn a lot while getting my ass beat!

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  • JarsJars Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    no one is gonna be on while day9 does my submission
    oh please please please

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  • CycloneRangerCycloneRanger Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Hmmm; I was dicking around on the ladder and managed to totally hose some guy with dark templar. I might try some DT builds against zerg in the future; once they get detection I can exchange the DTs for archons, which are mostly useless but still deal with zerglings pretty well.

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  • Chubby BunnyChubby Bunny Regal Pocket Monster Boston, MARegistered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Is this the latest mp thread? if so...

    I just placed gold in 2v2 with my friend. Love me! :)

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  • KambingKambing Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Hmmm; I was dicking around on the ladder and managed to totally hose some guy with dark templar. I might try some DT builds against zerg in the future; once they get detection I can exchange the DTs for archons, which are mostly useless but still deal with zerglings pretty well.

    Phoenix/DT is still a strong combination although I suppose it's no longer fotm. You can really punish a complacent zerg that only brings one overseer to a fight with phoenixes or even blink stalker play.

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  • TheStigTheStig Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Live in 5.

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  • SceptreSceptre Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Two hour special tonight!!!!

    http://www.ustream.tv/day9tv

    Sceptre on
  • Joe KJoe K Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
  • KambingKambing Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Stupid livestream. It's still stuttering for me like yesterday. Oh well, guess I'll have to carve out a two hour block at work to watch the awesomeness. =(

    Kambing on
    @TwitchTV, @Youtube: master-level zerg ladder/customs, commentary, and random miscellany.
  • kedinikkedinik Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    "This queen of blade's got everybody runnin' scared."

    Which is to say that there are very few terrans laddering since 1.1.2.

    kedinik on
  • foursquaremanfoursquareman Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    I didn't find that much of an issue with the patch, and I play terran.

    Then again, I am a lowly bronze :(

    foursquareman on
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