In reply to Alleyviper85:
This is the way !!!
In reply to Alleyvipersc2:
While Blizzard may be dying, StarCraft2 can live on just as Protoss and Zerg who lived after the death of their creators the Xel'naga. As long as StarCraft is in our hearts it cannot die for good and it sure will stay in my heart forever.
There may not be a lot of us in the SC2 community, but there certainly aren't only few of us either. While only a few dozen creators who ever post something here, there I surely others in the sc2mapster community who don't even have accounts, I've been like this a long time before I started uploading maps & models, In times when GhostNova was almost the only one to have some models here. I was just simply downloading the models and puting them in maps I've done for my friends.
It surely depends on players if they'll stay loyal to this game, but so far we have sc2mapster that has grown heavily, you can now have pretty much every model you ever dreamed of. There are still plenty players who play co-op and even the number of multiplayer players is increasing (at least in my country).
So similarly to what Fenix once said: "There is no shame in defeat so long as the spirit remains unbroken", we may have suffered a defeat from Blizzard, but as long as the spirit of players don't die they will continue playing this game.
Also I don't think Blizzard is dead just yet. They just went from being a mighty Angel to being a mere mortal, just like Tyrael from Diablo did. They are slowly going from one of the best game companies to just an average one. But it does not mean they are dead. Sure they've angered a lot of players and they still love WarCraft more than Diablo and Starcraft, but that has been so all the time. For example they've canceled the Pro scene of Heroes Of The Storm, all the crybabies said it's dead, because of that. But actually the game still gets content, the tryhard players left and the game is still quite fun and when now not being so serious they've even started to experiment. I know this may not be the same for SC2, but they may do that later. If they don't, well it's sad, but we still have this fantastic comunity and we are not alone, in China they have all sort of crazy SC2 stuff.
While the game is not getting much love from creators, it surely is getting it from me, I'm still making models and commander concepts and people seem to like them.
And you've done a great deal for SC2 community as well, it is sad to see you lose hope, but it's up to you. After all it is your decision in what you will invest your time and your love.
But no matter what ... my life for Aiur !!!
In reply to WingedArchon:
In reply to Alleyvipersc2:
Here I leave a link of the 1st version of Heroes of Storm alpha, in it you can find useful things.
Starcraft 2 WoL Beta client
Starcraft 2 tools
[Edit]: Added download link and image for Davespectre122's Paladin hero: Elkyrian the Tormentor. Also I forgot about Kahlani, she's also receiving an update.
@ Edhriano: Thanks mate!
In the mean time I'm happy to say that some more models are migrated to the Talon Assets Page.
- Both versions of Volchron the Hunter are reuploaded.
Also my newest hero Gradius II is joining the Talon Armada.
Davespectre122 has a Paladin hero in the works that will also be featured. --> Davy mate! My absolute thanks!!!
With pleasure I introduce: Elkyrian the Tormentor. Uploaded now and awaiting approval, should be available shortly
And next to that the earlier released model of The Dark Crown, created by Alleyviper shall be graced with an accompanying portrait and some unit icons. So be sure to look out for it when it comes.
Last but not least, Kahlani has received some tweaking and will also be re-uploaded soon.
In reply to DaveSpectre122:
As I mentioned not so long ago, I'm completely reworking a new angle for Time Splitters mission 3.
The former placeholder for the mission didn't feel like a good fit for the placement in the campaign and the direction of the mission.
Hereby I would like to take a moment to show off the work in progress of new mission 3 I've dubbed: Bionical.
It will further develop the Talon subfactions (planned along with the next one: The Autonomous Sword)
Hope the scenery is to a liking.
In reply to Alleyvipersc2:Yeah it looks very different form all other Protoss structuresMaybe it would even fit more for the Zerg as some heartlike structure if it would be outfitted with some organic looking materials.Your version could be a nice Protoss submarine / space shuttle :)