Mechanics of Starcraft: Hellion

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Taking a little break from the quantum physics, let me know how you like it.

1.2k views on the last episode, thank you so much!

Remember that we are always looking for volunteers, and those who are active on the threads and such are more likely to get on episodes faster.

http://youtu.be/wfgjN2CWGxs Please give me your ideas about the unit.

Please note: hellion only, not the battle hellion (yet).
I would love to talk about Dune Buggy w/flamethrower attachment!
12k or 1200
http://youtu.be/wfgjN2CWGxs

here is youtube link when it's done uploading
What the hell, i make a thread about a hellion episode, that is a already done, and i get one volunteer and one troll in the first 5 minutes?
fonzy loves to troll, it's true


Please not: hellion only, not the battle hellion (yet).




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Stop trolling my thread or i'll kick you out and use fonzy or someone for the incontrol episode.
I hope you discuss how the hellion suddenly can be healed by medivacs when the turn into hellbats.
01/06/2013 03:50 PMPosted by Enigma
I hope you discuss how the hellion suddenly can be healed by medivacs when the turn into hellbats.
We plan on doing a hellbat episode with ponera once HotS comes out.
I wonder what it is about their fire that makes light armour melt and any other armour laugh in their face. Also the preignitor- a pilot flame that changes the color? wouldn't it need a pilot flame anyways?
Perhaps they use these physics: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130104143516.htm

to make it turn blue and also be more powerful??
01/06/2013 03:52 PMPosted by Ponera
I wonder what it is about their fire that makes light armour melt and any other armour laugh in their face. Also the preignitor- a pilot flame that changes the color? wouldn't it need a pilot flame anyways?
Think about the bonus to light like this: the burning liquid can seep through or even make cracks in the incredibly light armor, where as heavier armor has larger solid plates to keep the flames out.

Also, its the infernal pre-igniter, so an upgraded pre-igniter that seeds the flames with bits of thermite.

Also, stop trolling my thread.
Perhaps they use these physics: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130104143516.htm

to make it turn blue and also be more powerful??
We discuss how it accomplishes the bonus damage, and it has (likely) nothing to do with that.
Thermite? Why would that make it blue? Not sure if thermite would be the best thing.
01/06/2013 04:02 PMPosted by Ponera
Thermite? Why would that make it blue? Not sure if thermite would be the best thing.
Thermite is actually used in a number of incendiary explosives throughout history, so it is known to be effective. As for the blue, i have no idea. Maybe the manufacturer put some other thermite based additives that comprise the full upgrade and those additives burn blue.
use fonzy for the incontrol episode.

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EDIT: also sorry apparently I did a really bad job of reading the OP. Ima check it out now.
WAHHHH! I MISSED ANOTHER EPISODE T-T.
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01/06/2013 04:14 PMPosted by VIPER
WAHHHH! I MISSED ANOTHER EPISODE T-T.
Awww, poor viper, you're turning into our mascot! Here, let me give you a hint on how not to miss them: GET SKYPE.

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