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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    If I want to be specific, then I would guesstimate that Koprulu sector is a cube with dimensions of 200 ly each. That gives an average of 32k stars within the sector.

    The Orion Arm sector(s) is...
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    The google doc I plugged addresses points like these.

    See, Kopulu system and Koprulu sector are now two different things (to resolve the contradictions between SC1 and SC2). The SC1 Tarsonis...
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    The idea I was going for was that the devastation of capital worlds like Tarsonis, the twist of episode 1 in canon, is what kicked off the status quo instead. Not all of the worlds, but sufficient to...
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    Totally agree. Not just dark and gritty, but deep and analytical. There is literary value in that.

    The official story has a huge problem when it comes to giving proper respect to the ridiculously...
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    The exact number is arbitrarily high. Logistics is hard.
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    There's no single way to answer that. There are countless different stories that one could tell to serve as an introduction to the setting.

    StarCraft: Insurrection is one example. It touches upon...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    I think there was a misunderstanding somewhere. I don't envision there being a main story campaign. Stories about individual planets, sure, but not about the entire sector. That's too huge to ever do...
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    Re: New Starcraft FPS canceled

    I'm not surprised at all. I expected that Blizz would want to branch into other genres at some point. I expected that any continuation would not resolve the story problems in the last installments....
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    Here's a re-summary of the possible campaign settings I listed as examples before.

    Generic Invasion: in this scenario, the terran and protoss were stuck in an uneasy cold war that suddenly burns...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    It shouldn't happen at all. As I said, the zerg are not the formics or the rachni. Their whole shtick is that they eat everyone else in order to fuel their metamorphosis. It makes no sense for them...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    We both agree on this. Hell must have frozen over.

    Amon was added during a rewrite. Originally all the xel'naga were evil and created the zerg to destroy the protoss as revenge, or something along...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    The short answer is that there are two possible endings. A good ending where the terrans and protoss destroy all the zerg forever, and a bad ending where the zerg eat everyone then go on to eat other...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    The rip-off did start from scratch. It was a completely original universe. Remember?

    This thread we are discussing in right now is the one that recycled existing lore.

    But considering your...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    The only reason I was interested in the zerg was because they were villainous protagonists. Blizzard systematically ruined them. You donít seem to realize how damaging that is to my enjoyment.

    I...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    Look, you and I have completely attitudes. I never agree with anything you believe and I never will.

    If I revived my Starcraft rip-off thread, then would you be able to contribute constructively...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    The Zerg are monstrous space bugs. Only a complete idiot, like Blizzard obviously, would want to turn them into bloody space hippies. That bloody ruins them. It would be like treating the Cthulhu...
  17. What if SC1/BW was remade as DLC for SC2?

    No, I donít mean a faithful translation like Mass Recall. I mean an actual remake that completely rewrites the story for consistency with SC2 (but probably introduces wholly new inconsistencies...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    Blizzard is still making skins and co-op commanders. Fiction is still being licensed. SC does not currently seem to be dead, but it definitely is not their current focus.

    WC3 is being remastered...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    I am glad that we can agree the zerg are supposed to be monsters.

    The problem here is manifold. Blizzard has a history of devising absurd excuses for war to continue their stories, with Warcraft...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    Problems like these are the reason why I prefer to reboot the lore rather than rationalize it.

    Hence my preference to reboot the zerg as a swarm intelligence rather than a slave race. It is...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    There can be any number of factions that fits that MO.

    The former is present in canon to a degree. Project Blackstone studied protoss tech. Schezar is another.

    The latter is how I imagined the...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    Blizzard is terrible at writing military fiction, so I would have thought your reading experience would have made you more aware of that. Tactics, strategy, logistics, right?

    There is not much...
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    Re: Brood War wasn't great, here's why, we deserve better, here's how

    Anyway, I had another idea for a sandbox setting inspired by the co-op missions.
    The idea is that the terran sector is a battleground for multiple factions, nation-states, power blocs, etc....
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    Remember when others told you to be more credulous? You still are not credulous enough.

    Nobody expects peace after a few years of fighting a galactic war with billions of civilian deaths. That is...
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    Re: How dead actually is Starcraft?

    The scenarios in canon make as much sense as the Nazis, Taliban and Israel teaming up against America. The author (in this case Blizzard) contrived scenarios to force the three races to team up and...
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