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 Overview Dancing is the element of unit micromanagement by which a player delays direct engagement with the enemy for the sake of unit conservation or optimization. It requires hand speed and precision to select individual units or small groups of units in the heat of battle. Unit Dancing
Army Positioning Positioning Your Army in StarCraft  Overview In StarCraft as BOs are revealed and each side deploys, the amount of units increases drastically and each side has an Army ready to fight for the map. The ability to place this Army and use it to its fullest to control the map and fight the opponent is one of the most important skills in StarCraft.  Factors that determine where and how to place your army
Upgrades are one way to make your units more effective than your opponent's units. Remember that the more units you have, the more cost-effective and important upgrades become. Generally, attack upgrades are more important because of the fact that attack upgrades often add more than +1 damage, whereas armor upgrades always remove one point of damage (with the exception of units with multiple hits in their attack, discussed below). The Importance of Upgrades
On some maps it is essential to be able to get your Workers across a Mineral Line. Some of these maps include Neo Requiem and the 2v2 map Iron Curtain. This technique exploits stacking, but is perfectly legal in all tournaments. The technique is also known as Mineral Hopping or Glitching. Sliding through Mineral Lines
Magic Boxes The term "magic box" refers to one of the less-known peculiarities of StarCraft's game engine that allows for high level execution when understood properly. In StarCraft, a group of units will maintain formation depending on how far apart they are from each other. Said simply, if you keep your units close enough, they will stay in formation, move in formation, and cast spells in formation. If your units are too far apart, they will lose formation, converge onto one location, and try to cast spells on the same location. Sometimes you want a group of units to stay in formation, such as when blanketing the screen with Psionic Storms or when laying fields of Spider Mines. In other occasions, it may be optimal for units to clump as closely as possible -- for example, Mutalisk harassment.
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Ret To read about Ret's StarCraft II career, see Ret.  Overview Jos "Ret" de Kroon is a Dutch Zerg player who currently resides in the Netherlands.
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