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Meta right now?
Mar 15 2013, 9:55 pm
By: FatalException  

Mar 15 2013, 9:55 pm FatalException Post #1



I'm casting a tournament in about two weeks for my school, but being on the east coast means I haven't been able to watch GSL, and I haven't been playing much. What's the meta looking like right now? Who's having trouble with what matchups, what strategies are dominant? Does anyone have any tournament VODs they think best illustrate some of the currently popular builds? My most recent knowledge is from when Naniwa's forge fast expand had just peaked in popularity and zerg winrates were on the way back up because people figured out how to keep the pressure on until they could get to million-base broodlord infestor. Terrans were just crying about everything because MMA and Puma stopped being good and SlayerS died.



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Feb 26 2018, 5:52 pm dumbducky Post #2



I think zergling rushes are pretty effective, that's what most of the pros do.




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