I get that over time, the gold base gets you $$ faster and you eventually make up for the 50 second delay in floating over there at the start of the game. But in the context of a 2 rax all in: who ****ing cares? Are you struggling that hard to crank out 2 marines at a time (oh the economic horror) on blue mineral income that it's worth delaying your raxes (and marine production, and ability to start dropping bunkers) by 12 and 16 seconds?
Last edited by goofyballer; 04-22-2014 at 03:26 AM.
It's definitely not a "zerg map", the third is pretty exposed and most of my games on it involve some pretty heavy fights over my third. The small rush distance means pressure gets to you pretty quickly too, now that I think about it the vast majority of my games on that map have involved difficulty over getting the economy and production I want up and running against constant attacks.
For the first ~ten minutes of basically every ZvT I play on MGR, I feel like Hydra in this game.
I don't quite understand why, either. Isn't short rush distance supposed to favor Zerg, like Daedalus (even after the ramp fix)? Or is it because this map isn't as wide open so hellions are more protected from surrounds?
I watched him one day recently. He whines about balance so much. But then offraces on same account and wins with the other races. I suppose you have to respect how legit that is lol.
He's been a little dark lately, seems like he isn't having a lot of fun playing SC2 but maybe feels committed to it after qualifying for WCS? I've seen it a couple times recently that he just gets fed up with what a bad race Zerg is and goes to play P or T instead.
Granted, I'm pretty sure this guy is terrible for taking all of the engagements he did. But still, it's cool to win one even while playing bad (awful early game trying to secure third base, never made vipers, never took more than 5 bases).
IDK, I thought about starting a thread elsewhere but kinda figured I'd ask a more inherently friendly bunch, SC2 guys.
There have to be some generic things that one can do to make a cruise better. The thing we are struggling with, my gf and I, is how to get liquor on the boat. You can bring one bottle of wine or champagne per adult, so two for us, but F that she wants peach vodka. And I'm tiring to come up with a good way not to pay what will likely be an absurd amount for liq on the boat.
****'s awful. And I only ever drink it when I am back in Myrtle Beach because...what the hell? I don't think anytime I've had it I've actually thought it was a good decision though. Oh and I always get the extra shot of grain alcohol put into it. It's only a $1 more!
i think i could be half a bottle of everclear deep and spell better than that^^
GGI: the recork was more in jest because i have no idea how you could do it from home. prob still go with getting hammered while docked and sucking it up while at sea. poor people dont go on cruises for a reason =(