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Uploaded on:Jan 15 2017, 4:50 am
Uploaded by:Sie_Sayoka
Author:asm929(fish)
Downloads:215

Map-Data
Tileset:Badlands
Dimension:128x128

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Human (Terran)
Human (Terran)
Human (Terran)
Human (Terran)
Human (Terran)
Human (Terran)
Neutral (Terran)
Computer (Terran)
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Map-Statistics
Units:836
Triggers:1197
Locations:164
Strings:0
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Maple Random Defense

An individual and team defense. The object is to prevent 100 units from accumulating in your base as well as defeating bosses that appear on the bottom shared arena.

Credits:
Right Mineral = Random unit $10
Top Mineral = Choosing Credit $20
Vespene Gas = 6 Choosing Credits $100
Choosing Credit = Pick any unit

Comboing:
Creating a scout allows for you to combo any unit on the beacon in your base. Recipes for combos can be found at the top right of the map.

Corsair = Sell unit $5
Carrier = Move unit to boss arena
Arbiter = Move unit to give beacons

Level Timer:
At the bottom of the map is a reaver that dictates the start of the level. When it reaches the end of the track the next level will start. You can ensnare the reaver to delay the next level or p1 can move the probe near it to force start.

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[06:23 am]
Ultraviolet -- I'm also the kind of guy who believes men who beat their wives deserve death. I acknowledge that my beliefs are harsh (my girlfriend hates that about me), but I dunno, it's just the way I think. I have very little forgiveness for what I consider unforgivable crimes. I believe in retributive justice.
[06:19 am]
Ultraviolet -- Even if he ends up in prison, he'll probably get protective custody, which, in my opinion, is far more than he deserves
[06:17 am]
Ultraviolet -- I suppose I agree with punishing him harshly for it. I believe if the police officers who murder civilians were punished with the death penalty or life in prison themselves, things would change in a big hurry. As it stands, I doubt he'll even see any prison time. If he does see time in prison, as he should, I imagine the inmates will handle the rest for us.
[05:54 am]
NudeRaider -- they want to punish him harshly for it
[05:42 am]
NudeRaider -- Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet shouted: NudeRaider I was reading more about it, and some are arguing that the officer who killed Floyd should be charged with first degree murder, while the others should be charged as accomplices. The time he spent kneeling on Floyd's neck (almost 9 minutes) was sufficient to consider the murder pre-meditated. Makes sense to me.
I think they're blinded by how egregious his crime was. I still think at no point he had the conscious intention to actually kill him. More like "I don't care what this shitbag is saying (or feeling)"
[04:03 am]
Ultraviolet -- Yeah, they would've been better off keeping their mouths shut. Particularly the beginning line, "Today, and always, we support..." really opened them up to criticism.
[02:12 am]
MTiger156 -- Ouch... even though their new statement is in the right direction, the double-standard is still very painful to see. The trust is so far broken, everything they say just makes it worse. All talk and no action.
[10:00 pm]
Ultraviolet -- MTiger156
MTiger156 shouted: We have our own little version of the Hong Kong crisis (not exactly, but a close comparision). I wonder what Blizzard thinks of this lol
Saw this come up on my phone: https://www.essentiallysports.com/twitter-calls-out-activision-for-double-standards-blizzard-hearthstone-esports-hong-kong-protest-news/
[08:50 pm]
Ultraviolet -- NudeRaider
NudeRaider shouted: seems like it would be 2nd degree murder according to this: https://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/second-degree-murder-overview.html specifically "Extreme Indifference to Human Life"
I was reading more about it, and some are arguing that the officer who killed Floyd should be charged with first degree murder, while the others should be charged as accomplices. The time he spent kneeling on Floyd's neck (almost 9 minutes) was sufficient to consider the murder pre-meditated. Makes sense to me.
[08:44 pm]
Ultraviolet -- :P
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