Poor T_Mac has landed in the lonely Forsaken Valley.
He has a small Terran contingent under his command,
however, T_Mac is a timid creature and has a hard time
making important decisions on his own. By clicking on
the link to this report, you have agreed to become
T_Mac's advisor (heh heh, next time read the fine
A Zerg contingent commanded by Ko[B]old has landed on
the other side of the map. His fierce zerg skills will
be more than T_Mac can handle. At crucial points in the
battle, he will turn to you, his advisor, for your
assistance. Its up to you to get T_Mac out of this mess.
THE FIRST DECISION:
The medic giggles as you show her your Full House. Yes,
this game of strip poker is going quite well.
"This time you'll have to take off more than your
first aid kit," you say with a sly wink.
Suddenly, your intercom buzzes and you hear T_Mac's timid voice over the
speaker. "Advisor, I r-r-request your assistance in
the control t-t-tower. Scouts have j-j-just reported a
z-z-z-z-zerg encampment a short distance away.
Cursing silently you bid the Medic farewell after
making her promise to pick up right where you've left
off upon your return. Then you run up 8 flights of
stairs (damned elevator is still busted), down a
short hall, through a set of double doors, and into the
You look at the status screen and see that
T_Mac already has an
SCV working on a wall-in A supply depot and one barracks
is complete and the SCV is about halfway through
construction of a second barracks. It's not a very tight
wall-in and you grimace as you see a couple of spots
where smaller enemies could sneak through.
You glance out the window at the distant wall-in and
spot something. You raise your hand to your eyes to
shield against the glare of the desert sun and at that
moment, the SCV still working on the construction of the
2nd barracks radios in.
"Sir, a zerg drone has just squeezed
through a small opening in our wall in and is making
its way toward the command center." At
that moment, a newly trained marine comes running out of
the completed barracks. He immediately gives chase to
the drone. He gets a few shots in as the drone turns
around to make his escape. The drone is badly injured
but is heading for the wall in. "Should I continue to
give chase commander?" questioned the fresh faced
marine over the intercom.
won't be able to catch the drone now," said T_Mac and its just a drone,
it can't really do any harm. What do you think advisor?
Should I have the marine chase that drone down, or just
let it go?"
commander, chase that filthy drone out of here. We can't
let it escape
let the drone go. It can't do us any harm.