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      iRage needs a lil help

      Please excuse my bad grammer..lol

      Well i played some games online with a few team mates seem and got whipped on.
      so play a few 1 v 1 and got owned bad day for me i think.

      Here is my issue
      when the game 1st came out i play manily zerg and now im noticeing many like terran and they are a good or great race but it seem i tend to lack on a early push i was thinkging of learning some protoss anyone here use only protoss?

      I have 2 flaws that i can notice is my maccro and my transition i was rushed in a 3 v 3 game by marines zealots and stalker i was able to hold there push off with a few marines and scv's..lol so i rebuild a bit and set out to push the guy came back with nothing but stalkers which rape the beep outta me while my team mates went voids.I need to figure out how to transition to counter the players attacking me i check the help tab and lings are one of the best things for stalkers and a few others so all i need is help maybe some practice? if not alot are busy?

      Should i stay with terran or go protoss?

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      Play whichever race you like. In the end, strong mechanics will help you win no matter what race you choose. Just choose a race and practice it consistently. Learn your hotkeys, units, timings, and get used to building workers/supply, and you will be fine.
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      Moderas' right. The best way to perfect yourself with a race, it's to play with it. It might takes time, depending of your knowledge's speed, but, you'll see.

      One thing is sure. Terran is the most balanced race for macros and micros. While protoss is the race that use the most micros. ( Am I Right? )

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      I say play them both a little more, if you have not tried protoss yet then give it a test. But overall like moderas said, the more you play with a race, not matter what it is, the better you will become. Also i think terran is pretty good for early pushes you just have to micro more, easly kiting zealots and not getting surrounded by lings is important with those early marines imo.
      Typically i never win with teammates trying to tech early game, most team games are about getting forces early and taking someone out, so teching leaves you screwed with a lesser army early on. I played protoss at first, then zerg, now im on a toss bend again so feel free to add me.
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      In the end all you can do is choose a race that is most comfortable for you to use. From there youll slowly get better with them as long as you okay consistently

      However the choice to go early aggression is up to you, its not like you have to. You may chose to put them under pressure, or choose to macro up, just reememner there is nothing wrong with macro, and aggression has to cause damage to be effetie, of the two macro is easier. But thisll change as yu larn how you play etc. Nothing beats hardcore first hand experience for learning!
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      thats the thing with me i like to put pressure on everyone and keep going till they gg but when you have team mates that only wana play for them self it becomes a pain i played a few games with other ppl and it turns out we all hit 1 base at a time and come out on top.

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