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I would like to know, from other players' experience, what is the toughest thing to do in campaign-mode?
I imagine that beating the whole game on brutal without purchasing a single upgrade or mercenary, and without expending any research would be like getting a badge of honor.
Perhaps there's a way to completely eradicate all Zerg in "All in" before time runs out- but I haven't heard of a player doing this yet.
For me, the most difficult thing was beating "The Dig" on Brutal by destroying every last Protoss unit before the laser drill countdown reached zero.
Figuring out how to do that was more difficult than figuring out the "spam mind control" technique in "All In".
So tell me, what's the toughest thing you've done on campaign?
Edited by Raynor on 6/26/2011 5:15 PM PDT
That but on brutal :P
....I'm still stuck
Really? Maw of the void is the exact same on all difficulties. Mass 3/3 Battlecruisers and kill everything. Use the DT's you rescue to defend your expansion and to gather the random resources. Yamato down the generators and the mothership.
The mission is super easy if you have regenerative bio-steel and sci-vessel researched.
Lost viking was annoying, but I got 508k on my third try :D
I imagine going through brutal with no mercs or upgrades would be the best challenge. Or never building any add-ons.
Edited by ZaeZ on 7/5/2011 7:59 PM PDT
Completeing "Maw of the Void" with strategies that doesn't include battlecrusiers is much more interesting.
Wow! Never thought of tryin' that, How'd that work out for resource spread compared to the resource heavy BC? More bang for your buck, yes? :)
I've never thought about that - Sounds like a really cool idea! Where do you put them? Do you still use Terran defenses (bunkers, troops, turrets, etc.) or just the DTs? Thanks!
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