Using lower case Ls and capitalized Is to create barcode names to remain anonymous sort of became a trend in competitive StarCraft II, and sometimes it results in perfect ladder moments like this one above.
Using Magic: the Gathering and its rules as base, efofecks and his friends made some pretty cool decks based on the StarCraft universe.
Everything’s in its proper place in LEGO builder Cecile Fritzvol’s StarCraft II map. The factory and the barracks pump out new units while siege tanks and marines defend the ramp and the high ground, and SCVs near the command center collect all the precious minerals.
Defending against a surprise Zerg rush usually ends with a GG. Defending against a surprise Zerg rush that’s already in our base, has to end with GG. But not for EJK, who managed to came back from a quite impossible situation.
For most players handling one high-ranked StarCraft match would be hard enough, but StarCraft II veteran CranK managed to do all this while constantly alt-tabbing to Hearthstone.
It’s made using StarCraft II’s map editor, but the only things that reminds us of StarCraft in Dwarven Combat are the floor tiles and maybe the chat. Everything else is based around dwarves (who are drunk, of course) fighting each other.
Protoss veteran MC proved once again he’s not just a good player, but one of the most entertaining figures of the StarCraft community.
One of the very first, and very best, pro StarCraft players called it quits this week, ending his nine-year run in the game’s eSports circuit. And while he’s still only 23 years old, he’s been competing in StarCraft tournaments since he was fourteen.
StarCraft isn’t the only place where you can get supply capped. It can happen with LEGO too. Cecilie Fritzvold made a miniature Protoss base with pretty much every building inside, except the most basic ones: pylons.
Tonight, former StarCraft pro NaDa had the most fitting wedding ceremony you could imagine: at the Legacy of the Void launch party.
Cannon rushing, a popular early game tactic, was just the beginning. With a patch already out and Legacy of the Void on the horizon, get ready for even more aggressive Protoss, rushing and beating you with the most basic thing they can build: Pylons.
Team Liquid is reporting that up to eleven people have been arrested in Korea in association with allegations of match-fixing and illegal gambling on StarCraft II matches.
The most imbalanced StarCraft unit isn’t in StarCraft. It’s this Colossus, recreated in Besiege, by TheAmazingTwist. It’s imbalanced... in a different way:
The second expansion pack for StarCraft II will officially launch on November 10, Blizzard revealed today during the World Championship Series season three finals live on Twitch.
The world of eSports has been turned into a PC game. Don’t worry, the game isn’t played in 300 actions per minute!
One of the most impressive cosplays at this year’s Otakuthon in Montréal, Canada was Starcraft-related. But this time it wasn’t a Kerrigan or other similar costume we usually see at conventions, but an incredibly well-made zerg Hydralisk.
American protoss player Arium showed us during this year’s Dreamhack Valencia how to annihilate an entire Zerg army and win a match with two protoss Immortals and a single Warp Prism.
Quick poll: did you know that there’s a free version of StarCraft II? And that it lets you play as any of the game’s three races in any non-ranked multiplayer match you want?