Enslavers

This bundle is marked as useful / simple. Simplicity is bliss, low effort and/or may contain minor bugs.
This is my tribute to the custom campaign called "Enslavers" made by Blizzard for SC1. Medium difficulty is required (which is the standard one unless you have manually changed it)
However, u will notice a few minor changes as its not an exactly remake.

- Added BW units for all races.
- Added tech requirements.

This campaign comes with SC1 mod which its based on. The mod goes into ur mod folder.

- Credits goes to Maverck for the mod.
- Additions to the mod made by me.
- Credits to Blizzard for creating the orignal campaign.



Keywords:
"Enslavers"
Contents

Enslavers01.SC2Map (Map)

Enslavers02.SC2Map (Map)

Enslavers02b.SC2Map (Map)

Enslavers03a.SC2Map (Map)

Enslavers03b.SC2Map (Map)

SC1mod Extra.SC2Mod (Mod)

Reviews
11:13, 30th May 2016 Map: Enslavers Version: 1.00 Review by Shar Dundred The maps of the campaign are rather poorly designed, additionally, several models aren't working. Instead of being attacked by Zerlings, I have been attacked by...

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11:13, 30th May 2016

Map: Enslavers
Version: 1.00

Review
by Shar Dundred



The maps of the campaign are rather poorly designed, additionally, several models aren't working.
Instead of being attacked by Zerlings, I have been attacked by grey
hemispheres.


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I mean, since it's a complete recreation of the old campaing from SC1 with minor additions and units that were already seen in SC1, guess you should at least make it look better.

Oh, if you have bad terraining skills, you can still find a terrainer who could immprove the terrain for you.
 
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I belive in funciality over design. I have seen to many maps, where the creators is so terrainhorny, that they forgot to actually test their maps to see that their triggers work properly.

Yeah I think this guy is right :goblin_good_job:
 
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Definitely add screenshots.

Playing SC2 campaigns nowadays is so ass-backwards that most people just won't bother downloading it if there's no proof of quality.

Additionally, you should never sacrifice one aspect of your project over another. If you need to spend more time on it to improve it, then do that. It'll make your project look much, much better to the people who have never seen it before, rather than leaving a negative impression with the crowd exposed to what many would call an unfinished or unpolished project.
 
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