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In Starcraft 2, there is a "best counter" for every unit.
In this guide I will give detailed information for Terran players to counter every Starcraft 2 Zerg units.
Please keep in mind that this is a general terran unit strategy guide, it is based on pure unit statistics. So you must adapt depending on the situation in-game. For example, if I say that Vikings are the best unit counter against Mutalisks, don't go for Vikings if you haven't even started building a Starport as your opponent shows up with 6 mutalisks, you won't have time for that, produce marines and/or missile turrets instead and then build a starport if you manage to hold off the first mutalisk batch.
How to watch Starcraft 2 Replays without beta access
Updated for Beta Patch 8 (April 9th)
So you weren't picked for the Starcraft 2 Beta but can't wait any longer ?
Here's a guide on how to watch Starcraft 2 Beta replays. Some arguee that it is illegal, some say that it's tolerated.
My opinion: It does no harm whatsoever to Blizzard if people can watch replays, all the opposite, it builds up more hype for Starcraft 2 and allows people to have something to watch while they can't play the game. I'm going to describe two methods to watch SC2 replays without beta access:
- The 1st method is a lot easier but requires you to download a program and to run an .exe file. I've virus tested it and used it for weeks, it's clean. But if you don't trust it, use the other method.
- The 2nd method requires a bit of fiddling around with the Starcraft 2 folders, but it's easy enough if you follow my instructions carefully.
I - Method #1
A - Download the following 2 files:
1. Starcraft 2 Beta Client, from one of the following sources:
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The game of Starcraft has two major parts to it: the micro game, which consists of moving units and using abilities, and the macro game. The macro game is the section of play devoted to collecting resources and producing units. While, micro can definitely help win a game usually, at least in the upper reaches of the silver league, macro tends to really drive a win home.
Whichever team is producing the most units and collecting the most resources will generally win. Building proper counters and scouting is only part of production; numbers play a very large role as well and can sometimes overcome even the direct counter to units.
In a traditional 1v1 game there is not much that can be done; a single player is in charge of all aspects of micro and macro game play. This does not need to be the case in a 2v2. In a 2v2 responsibility can be split making for a smaller possible force, but one that is much more controlled. This is how my 2v2 team works if one of us is taken out. The dead person will take control of all aspects of micro, and as such our attacking force becomes much more deadly.
This same concept can be applied to macro if the map is Twilight Fortress. This map is unique in that it is not possible for a single player to be attacked. Any attacking force must attack both players. This situation opens up an amazing strategy that can severely out produce even two players combined.
In Starcraft 2, there is a "best counter" for every unit. This is in my opinion even more true for Protoss. Unit choices are even more crucial for them, for one simple reason: every protoss unit is relatively expensive, so you better produce the right units at the right time ;)
This is also why I love protoss, it's my favorite race.
In this guide I will give detailed information for Protoss players to counter every Starcraft 2 Zerg units.