Starcraft 2 - The 10 Pool Rush Strategy

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The Committee has demonstrated that a few international unmanned aerial vehicle aerial systems visits and speeches including apologies for not being so nice the last eight years deserves the same honor as the years of toil by Nelson Mandela. The complete debasement of the award cannot be far off.

Learning how to use grenades (particularly frag grenades) in essential because grenades are everywhere in the game. If you don't "cook" a grenade, it will be easy to dodge since it will take a couple of seconds to explode. To cook one, simply hold down on the grenade button for a few seconds before letting it go to throw it. Your opponents will have little chance of dodging it.

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To execute this build, all you have to do is send your 6 unmanned aerial vehicle to mine minerals and wait until you have 200. Then throw down a Spawning Pool. While the pool is building, make 2 Drones and rally them so they mine minerals when they come out.

Sprinkling smart dust in bird feed to simulate a UAV attack on radar. But what do you feed a MFI? Remember it stands for Micro-mechanical Flying Insect. Its payload is a consideration too and with the flight of insects and unpredictability of such flight, how good is it at carrying a camera? Surely it can be used for many other things of importance besides taking pictures. But stable flight is of value for maneuvering in tight spots.

Who discovered this? Well a hobby pilot and NASA tech man, Michael Allen, discovered through his hobby of flying radio controlled model gliders and studies in UAVs. It makes perfectly good sense.

Whatever you do, keep up with you macro and don't let it fall behind. My constantly making new Drones and army units and expanding across the map you'll quickly overtake your opponent with the number of units you can produce.