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[12:07 pm]
NudeRaider -- RdeRenato
RdeRenato shouted: I will try, I imagine it will be difficult to blind a dark templar
not really. Can be done without EUDs: Put a dt and a medic in a pen. Give the medic vision of him. Add an attacking unit that the medic CAN'T see and make it attack the medic. This should be enough to make it blind the dt.
[08:06 am]
IlyaSnopchenko -- Or you can write AI scripts explicitly ordering a medic / queen to cast a spell
[04:59 am]
Ultraviolet -- Oh I think I remember, the trick with forcing medics to blind a unit was to get the unit to attack the medic
[09:53 pm]
Sie_Sayoka -- blind and parasite can be done through euds or you can just change the vision radius like ultraviolet said
[09:38 pm]
RdeRenato -- I will try, I imagine it will be difficult to blind a dark templar
[07:16 pm]
Ultraviolet -- Alternatively, you can just use EUDs to modify unit vision range on the fly, creating the potential for a blind effect. Vision range is one of those dynamic variables (not sure if this is actually the correct terminology) that doesn't require a unit to be recreated for it to take effect. It goes into effect immediately for all units of that type and can be changed as often as you like.
[07:15 pm]
Ultraviolet -- I'm not sure about parasite, but for blind, I seem to remember if you place CPU medics on cliffs around, they will blind any enemy units who pass. Might have to be units of a certain value or type, not sure about that detail
[05:34 pm]
Dem0n -- without EUDs, you have to aggravate a Medic/Queen so that it blinds/parasites the unit
[05:34 pm]
Dem0n -- probably with EUDs
[05:30 pm]
RdeRenato -- Is there a way to start with a blinded unit or with a parasite (?)
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