In reply to TChosenOne:Definetely need to rework cave opening mechanism, should probably toughen the nearest caves over time to create an incentive to knock them out.Nice to see the talent system work as intended.Archon replacing Zealot/Sentry/Stalker is a problem. Perhaps I can make some talents to boost those units.Thanks for bug reports :DSentries do have some niche use, I think I built 2 one for defending 1 for offensive. Crushing grip is good for boss mobs (quillgors especially, and the very shield regen is good for archons, and hp regen good for zealots. A buff to zealots would see more sentries due to zealot's 100 hp.I'm not sure solarite works as an strategic mechanic, as its use remains fairly one-dimentional. You get income for econ greed, then use the epic income to get a tech advantage which you convert into army advantage which you increase further with army solarite tech. Feels like a flatout buff rather than a strategical, as by the time you swap you no longer need the econ advantage.
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Dec 8, 2017Posted in: Map FeedbackWith econ talents combined with defense talents and warp observer buff talents you can turtle your way forward like in a tower defense. Warp in multiple pylons and then spam photon cannons and shield batteries and you can easily fortify a position to warp in units with.Or you can buff archons and sentry along with generic army buff and gain a fast moving, agile power army which can regenerate.Those are the two main strategies i mostly played with and they are very different approaches which cater to two different play styles.I have been thinking perhaps I should tweak the amount of solarites to force hard choices. Any suggestions?
Dec 1, 2017Posted in: Map Feedback
In reply to TChosenOne:Definetely need to rework cave opening mechanism, should probably toughen the nearest caves over time to create an incentive to knock them out.Nice to see the talent system work as intended.Archon replacing Zealot/Sentry/Stalker is a problem. Perhaps I can make some talents to boost those units.Thanks for bug reports :D
Nov 29, 2017Posted in: Map Feedback
Thank you for your feedback. Very much appreciated =)
Rock gain hp so its easier to destroy early on when you have fewer units. Perhaps its not needed and I can increase rock hp overall.
Good point about warning player on caves becoming aggressive. I'll add it. Perhaps an indication that closing caves will open new and tougher ones too.
And with the later caves I can portion them out abit so that not all 5 overlord caves trigger at once. Caves are opened on a progress variable that count in number of units the player has constructed and number of caves already closed so it can trigger them all at once. The intent is that overlords should be a surprise attack at unexpected locations but triggering all 5 of them at the same time is way too overwhelming.
Thank you for reporting those bugs.
Thanks for the praise part too :)
I was hoping the solarite talents would create a feeling of strategic choices after having simplified normal research upgrades. Was also hoping having the ability to reset solar talents and pick anew based on the current situations need would add some depth to the gameplay.
Again, thank you very much for your input. I shall put it to use.
Nov 28, 2017Posted in: Map Feedback
God. This thread is ancient...
Anyhoo, finally put togheter a test version of a remodeling of an old mission
This is a heavily modified version of Ignos02, which is now numbered Ignos03
New resource that can be summoned at the Forge and found around the map. Can be used in the Solar Menu on new talents.
Warp Observer -
Now a hero unit. Can Mass Recall at no cost or cooldown and can get a Solar Talent to Warp in Pylons (10 sec, 200 mineral cost)
New Caves -
2 New Caves and more challenging attacks.
Modified Terrain -
Much more of the terrain is now buildable. Secrets are hidden many places.
Many more doodads and effects have been used. Can affect performance.
Bugs may occur.
Jan 20, 2017Posted in: Terrain
Glad you like it. Thanks for heads up with the water, I agree that it could be spiced up a bit. ^^
I really like the sandy mar-sara tiles. Without the red hue it has a lot more potential for new desert tilesets. Are you going to upload these?
The Oasis is nice. Looks really good to contrast the wasteland around it.
Oct 23, 2016Posted in: UI Development
Hi. I'm trying to create my own minimap ping icon. I think pings are m3 files which makes this much more complicated then I thought it would be. I have no model experience and only have photoshop to work with.
Do anyone have any experience creating their own minimaps icon in photoshop and importing them to a starcraft 2 map? Or know of a map where this has been done so I can try to grasp what needs to be done?
Sep 7, 2016Posted in: Miscellaneous Development
infectious fungal - target is infected for 9 seconds. Does not alter target unit in any way but gives a visual effect during the infection. After 3 seconds the infected target start bursting fungal disease every 2 seconds in a total of 3 times before the infection wears out (3+2x3=9seconds). The burts spreads a debuff to nearby friendly units that slow them 33% and last 3 seconds, original infected target is not affected. If the nearby friendly unit is infected again the duration is refreshed. Stacks up to 3 times (100% movement decrease).
A sloppy player would have his units slowed by a total of 9 seconds while an attentive player would move away the infected unit before it start spreading.
Jul 16, 2016Posted in: Map Feedback
I loved it!
From the start there were a lot of great stuff. The scenic loading screen, the mission info screen with planet zoom, the hub with clickable heroes and the upgrades. Its all awesome!
The new units/upgrades are unique and interesting and they fit together. They are not just a lot of cool stuff randomly thrown together, they fulfill each other and offer new strategies. Heroes also have nice abilities. Bosses too. I haven't seen a boss fight like that in mission 2 before.
The terrain are very good, I am impressed. The swamp, the glacier, the canyon. You create your own unique terrain types and they are very intriguing. Especially the swamp was just beautiful. The plant life there was magnificent. I see you combine doodads from Zerus, Haven and Char, and it work wonders.
Story is not my forte but I like the small-scale setting in contrast to end-of-the-universe from the get-to. I enjoy it.
I do have some suggestions and bug-reports based on my first playthrough. I do suspect that you aim for a SC:BW old school feel with a slower pace so some of this might not convince you.
- Mission 1 had a map that was a bit too big, and combined with the longer time it takes to build/train/upgrade it created a slow start on the campaign. Perhaps the player could start with more units/resources and shorten the distances in the forest.
- On mission 3 I didn't know how many waves I should expect. The end-boss also stopped moving and stayed in the canyon.
- The difficulty varied a bit. Mission 1 and 4 were very easy while mission 2 and 3 being relatively harder. I played on normal.
- The Talent/Point upgrade system were a lot of fun., but perhaps you could create a reset button that will clear the talents and give back your points. In case I press the wrong button while considering talents.
- Perhaps a reset/cancel button for the mini-games on mission 4. I had already missed too many hits so I had wait a long time to start a new round.
Good work. Looking forward for more.
Feb 14, 2016Posted in: Terrain
Mission 3 in my campaign has a Dark Chamber-ish area. It's only a small area of the map but is it concealed within a cave. Jayborini also played through the map on youtube. The Chamber is at 6:24 into the video.
Jan 23, 2016Posted in: Galaxy Editor Bugs and Feedback
Hi. I have an issue on a map I've been working on for some time. The games freezes during playing but only for a couple of minutes (which is still unbearable long) before it returns to action like nothing happened. This bug seem to appear randomly during playing, sometimes right in the beginning and sometimes 15 minutes in.
Its a large B&D singleplayer map. Player (you) + ally computer vs 5 enemy computers. All computers have AI on, build stuff and sends attack waves. There is a lot of triggers and custom data and I've added Void dependency to get doodads and 16 textures but I am completely lost to what might be the root cause of this problem.
Have anyone encountered a similar problem and found an solution?
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