Friday, March 4, 2011

Shokz Starcraft 2 Mastery Guide - Master Starcraft 2 In The Fastest Time

The Shokz Mastery Guide is nearly as old as Starcraft 2 itself.

Shokz, whose real name is John Greenhoe, has been playing Starcraft 2 for a lot longer than most of us, having been a beta tester. Having all this experience makes him the perfect person to write an in-depth and convincing guide like this. Ranked No.2 in Blizzard's top 200 players, Shokz is definitely an expert and I wish I'd got this guide sooner.

The guide itself is split into multiple sections and the first one a newbie will want to look at is the Quick Start guide.

There is also a section FULL of downloadable content. Don't let yourself get distracted by all the incredibly helpful stuff in here or you'll have no time for Starcraft 2 itself.

Shokz Mastery Guide offers you:

* Basic Strategies for each race

* Advanced Strategies for each race.

* A campaign guide

* An achievement guide

* A guide to beat the campaign in BRUTAL mode.

* A hotkey guide.

* Build orders

* A Scouting Guide

* How to Micro and How to Macro

All without any cheats or hacks!

The real beauty of Shokz Mastery Guide is that it feels as though he knows exactly what he's talking about.

I don't always get that feeling when I read a strategy guide. Shokz sounds like a guy who doesn't get much sleep because he's playing Starcraft 2 and whose girlfriend probably wants to kill him because she doesn't get enough attention.

There are DOZENS of videos to watch.

Exciting matches between top players and this is worth all the build orders in the world put together. One of the foremost Starcraft 2 experts showing you precisely how he does it.

* How to recognize which strategies your enemy is using

* How to counter those strategies

* The best way to use units, and which units to use, at which times.

Read through Shokz Mastery Guide and use what you learn and I have no doubt that you'll shoot up the rankings in record time. It did a lot for my play and I already thought I was awesome.

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