Well, it's only been about 2 1/2 months since I've been here but thank God, we've finally figured out how to allow me to post a blog. ^^
JST-Ero_Sennin was my BW name, now in Complexity Academy under the name vGEroSennin. I am a Certified Athletic Trainer, amateur baseball player, and also a pitching coach and instructor, and I'd like to address the issue of travel that players and the like have to face.
The problems associated with travel may occur several days before
Updated 08-20-2012 at 06:17 PM by EroSennin
As always, I'll try to highlight the main points in red.
In Response to thread: http://nadota.com/showthread.php?975...ing-new-strats
Firstly, it is important to note that you shouldn't try to completely innovate your draft when you're breaking through into competitive. No matter how great your strategy may seem, it still needs to be somewhat relevant to the current competitive meta. I suggest trying to look at common strategies being used and
Back again, and this time it's two-in-one, as the last couple months have been interesting enough to warrant another blog.
To follow up on April's stuff; still haven't found a better job, but upped my average hours to about 20, tuition has been increased again at UTK, and I still have zero scholarships/grants (wooo).
Now the new stuff. First off, I've moved into a house with an old co-worker from Best Buy. Not only is it bigger and better than my last apartment, but cheaper
For any unit in isolation there is an optimal way to fight against this unit and on the flip side an optimal way for this unit to be used in regards to battles. Take the ultralisk for example - this unit is most efficient when it does not have to travel to its target and also when its target is clumped up. It's made even better vs a large number of low hp units to maximize its dps.
But due to its large size the ultralisk is weak to small enclosed areas where only a few can attack
Ravens: Ultra Suck.
Battlecruisers: Sure kid.
Medivacs: Almost the best.
The Orbital Command: Obviously the best.
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