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General Discussion / Re: So what you guys think?
May 16, 2012, 12:36:45 PM
im from asia though , but i dont know their language. but its fine i guess even without talking to them at all.  :)
General Discussion / Re: So what you guys think?
May 16, 2012, 05:08:59 AM
so awesome  :D i just love when my teammates die in hardcore mode. whats irritating me though is that in asia server most of the time my team mates are korean , chinese or others that don't know how to chat in english.
General Discussion / Re: Battletag List
May 16, 2012, 05:07:00 AM
Karas#2193 , Asia , Hardcore  :)
Help / Re: About LAN and offline launchers.
November 27, 2011, 08:03:47 PM
Nothing special i guess, from what i remember i downloaded a crack to make it work. *starcrackallin1 if im correct but im pretty sure its outdated already.
Help / Re: About LAN and offline launchers.
November 27, 2011, 09:26:07 AM
haven't played sc for about 3 - 5 months i think , but im pretty sure i had mine work in 1 installation of sc2. just browse the old post.
it'll take a very very long time until its serviceable with 100% content. unless someone crack the full game , until then it would be best to just wait for the release.
General Discussion / Re: Macrack.
October 19, 2011, 06:06:29 PM
better if you wait for the actual game rather than wait for the beta crack for mac.
General / Re: Hamachi Server
August 06, 2011, 05:49:56 AM
agreed  :D
try having a fresh install, or keep patching.  if it doesn't work patch your EN to 1.3.2 before converting into TW
Help / Re: [Macintosh] What about Apple users?
August 06, 2011, 12:21:50 AM
have they tried installing it on  Mac? , can't be sure since i got no Mac  :)
safe alternative if you really want to play with friends . (
General / Re: Hamachi Server
August 06, 2011, 12:15:59 AM
i'd like to play with other players too , are there many sc2 players in tunngle?
yeah , you can only play as terran and on 4 maps only.  :P
probably knew about the lan  ;D  LOL
Starcraft 2 Free to play

We've replaced the previously available StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty demo with the recently launched StarCraft II: Starter Edition. StarCraft II: Starter Edition allows anyone to play the following content for free (all you need is a account and Internet connection):

The first four missions of the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty single-player campaign, including Mar Sara 1-3 and the choice to embark on Tychus's first mission or Dr. Hansen's first mission.
The first two Challenges: Tactical Command and Covert Ops.
Access to the terran race in Custom Games and Single-Player vs. AI.
Access to the following custom maps (map selection may rotate over time):
Xel'Naga Caverns
Shattered Temple
Discord IV
High Orbit
Any campaign progress and achievements you earn while playing StarCraft II: Starter Edition are automatically saved to your account, and will carry over should you ever upgrade from the Starter Edition to the full version of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty.

If you're thinking of getting into the game or know a friend who's been interested in joining you in the Koprulu Sector, it's easier than ever to give the ultimate real-time strategy experience a spin.  Just head over to the Starter Edition page here, or log in to an existing account.

For more information and a full list of restrictions, check out the StarCraft II: Starter Edition FAQ below.

Starter Edition FAQ

Q. What is the StarCraft II Starter Edition?
A. The StarCraft II Starter Edition is a new, free version of StarCraft II that gives anyone with a account and an Internet connection a chance to try a wide array of single-player and multiplayer content in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. Unlike our past trial versions of StarCraft II, the Starter Edition does not have any time restrictions and offers a wider range of content to players.

Q. What's included in the StarCraft II Starter Edition?
A. The Starter Edition gives players access to the first three campaign missions on Mar Sara, and then gives the player the ability to choose a fourth mission -- either the first mission offered by Dr. Hanson or the first mission offered by Tychus Findlay in the campaign. Players will also get access to a pair of Challenge Missions, a selection of multiplayer maps, and a custom-game map. The multiplayer and custom game maps available may be cycled from time to time.

In addition, Starter Edition players can earn achievements within the available content; can view profile, ladder, and achievements pages; and can access many functions of the map editor.

Q. How do I get the StarCraft II Starter Edition?
A. Players can simply sign up for a free at the StarCraft II Starter Edition page here, or log in to an existing account to get started.

Q. What are the restrictions of StarCraft II: Starter Edition?
A. Starter Edition players can only play up to the fourth campaign mission, and most Challenge Missions are unavailable. Starter Edition players are also unable to use versus and co-op matchmaking, most custom maps, chat channels, and the party system. Publishing custom maps to is also restricted, and offline play is unavailable to Starter Edition players. For single-player and custom games, Starter Edition players may only choose the Terran race.

Q. Which maps are available?
A. Currently, Starter Edition players have access to Xel'Naga Caverns, Shattered Temple, Discord IV, and High Orbit. StarJeweled will also be made available soon to Starter Edition players. It is possible that different maps will be cycled in and out of the available map list for Starter Edition players from time to time.

Maps which are available to Starter Edition players are denoted by a symbol to the left of the map name in the custom map list.  By default these maps are sorted to the top for Starter Edition players on the Create Custom game screen.

Q. How do I create a multiplayer match?
A. Multiplayer matches are available through the custom game interface. Click Multiplayer at the top left, and then create or join a custom game. Available maps will be shown at the top of the list. Starter Edition players are restricted to Terran-only for custom games.

Q. Can I play a match with other players who have the full game? Can I create a match with a friend?
A. Yes. StarCraft II players with a full game license can join a custom game on the Starter Edition maps to play with Starter Edition players. You may play matches with friends by simply creating a custom game on a trial map and using the game invite functionality to invite friends to the game.

Q. Can a player with a full game create a game on a Starter Edition map?
A. Yes. If a player with a full license wants to create a custom game that can be joined by a Starter Edition player, he or she should select one of the maps marked by the special symbol.

Q. Can I watch replays using the Starter Edition?
A. Yes! Starter Edition players can watch any replay.

Q. Can I create and publish maps using the Starter Edition?
A. Many map editor functions are available to Starter Edition players. However, the full version of the game is required to use the Test Map function and to publish maps to

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General / Re: Player vs AI (1vs1)?
August 03, 2011, 08:14:06 AM
Worked on my main comp (THX  :P)  but on my other comp not , probably just needs a fresh install just to make sure.