If you watch his random in the GSL you'll know why you should not go random! lol. He got worked and obviously had tons of blatantly obvious holes in his game. I was a SC1 random player because back then I didn't know any better. I now wonder how much better I would have been sticking to one race.
If you play for pure fun and winning as much as possible isn't part of that fun knock yourself out.
I wish I had 1200 Bonus pool @ 2000 score.
@ bolded. Winning is always part of it, but, I also try to enjoy my matches. Even when I'm losing as P or T, I'm experimeting around with the race trying to see what I can come up with and enjoying the game. I've tried thor drops, do banshee harass, almost tried hellion harass(attacked before I could move to his base). I have yet to use ravens, more vikings, bcs, mass thors, etc.... Of course, winning those games as well is great.
Problem is winning as Z is good and all and was moving me up the ladder(around 700 points now), it's becoming less satisfying now because MM is taken out by slings+blings and I've played enough T games that I've seen a lot of different strats. P is a bit harder because stalkers still do well against roaches and immortals are crazy good against them as well, but, that's why I got mutas, etc.... Point is winning is great and all as Z, but, there doesn't seem to a challenge and there are only 3 possible matches. On the other hand, going random will always spice things up since there are 9 different matches Also, don't forget what you mentioned, if I get good at TvsT, it says something about me
Anyways, I'm still experiementing around with P and T and have a better idea than when I started. I think I got some of my start as a T mapped out, P isn't too bad either. Just gotta start deciding strat that I'm planning to use with each race before starting the match because I usually change techs within a game with T or P and obviously I'll lose resources to that
Edited by BigFan - 12/6/10 at 10:34am