View Poll Results: In what order will you play the missions?

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  • Agria > Outbreak > Tooth > Mining

    9 28.13%
  • Agria > Tooth > Outbreak > Mining

    0 0%
  • Agria > Tooth > Mining > Outbreak

    2 6.25%
  • Tooth > Mining > Agria > Outbreak

    0 0%
  • Tooth > Agria > Mining > Outbreak

    0 0%
  • Tooth > Agria > Outbreak > Mining

    1 3.13%
  • Cross that bridge when I come to it.

    20 62.50%
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Thread: Most Important Decision Ever

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    Minimal Campaign Spoilers

    We've been sitting on this information for months -- maybe years, now. I'm sure everyone's made up their minds. If you haven't, this is the time to do so. The first important decision you will EVER be faced with in SC2's single player campaign...

    The Evacuation of Agria or Tooth and Nail?

    Now, for those that don't know, the setting is thus: 3 missions into the game, Raynor is faced with a decision. He can either assist the colonists on Agria who've come under siege by the Zerg and sent out a distress call (Matt wants you to do this), or he can go get a loooot of money by "liberating" a Xel'Naga artifact from the Protoss (Tychus wants you to do this).

    If you choose Agria, you will unlock Firebats and subsequently be allowed to play through Outbreak. Outbreak nets you Hellions.

    If instead you choose Tooth and Nail, you will unlock Marauders and subsequently be allowed to play through Mining Your Own Business, which unlocks Reapers.

    Now, common sense dictates that at least at this early juncture in the game, when you are unlocking absolutely crucial units, there's no way Blizz won't let you come back and play both. So the only question is... which do you play first? Although I can't find any evidence that suggests either way, I'm going to err on the side of flexibility and provide options that criss-cross the different paths.

    You can plan your way by both the wiki and the playthroughs up on blizzplanet.


    I know I'm going Outbreak first, then Mining. Jim's a hero, damnit. Mercenary pursuits intrigue him... but only in due time!

    In what order will you play through them, and why?
    Last edited by pure.Wasted; 03-18-2010 at 10:21 PM.
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    The_Blade's Avatar Administrator
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    Damn I have no clue, probably I will make it random. though it would be nice to face the zerg infestation.

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    Agria first. Just can't let those poor people die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkalis View Post
    Agria first. Just can't let those poor people die.
    Indeed, I too am I sucker for doing the right thing.

    Anyway, I want to see how the relationship Raynor has with the colonist you save comes to fruition, and how it effects later missions.
    No matter how straight the gate
    How charged with punishments the scroll;
    I am the master of my fate
    I am the captain of my soul.
    -Invictus, William Ernest Henley

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    Agria and Outbreak. I gotta see those Centaur Infested humans, and than burn them alive with my Plasma throwers.

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    Agria, Save people and I dont think reapers would be to usefull in single player....not like I'm going to be econ raping the already established AI base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screw_ball69 View Post
    Agria, Save people and I dont think reapers would be to usefull in single player....not like I'm going to be econ raping the already established AI base.
    Remember, already existing units get upgrades beyond their multiplayer role. They could be mine layers or something, and I think everyone can see the potential in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screw_ball69 View Post
    Agria, Save people and I dont think reapers would be to usefull in single player....not like I'm going to be econ raping the already established AI base.
    Hmm I don't know ... from where i'm sitting I think reapers and marauders are going to be a lot more useful later on then the fire-based anti-bio firebat and hellion.
    No matter how straight the gate
    How charged with punishments the scroll;
    I am the master of my fate
    I am the captain of my soul.
    -Invictus, William Ernest Henley

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    I'm saving evil for Kerrigans campaign.

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    Well assuming the main enemy in single player is going to be zerg burny things might be a better option.

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