So my friend told me I should make a custom game with 12 Hard AIs playing as Soldier: 76, because the resulting battle plays out in an… interesting way
Whenever you’ve got AIs in a game, in order to differentiate between them, they’re all given numbers between 1 and 12 that go after their names. But Soldier: 76′s name already ends in a number, so Blizzard added in this cute little hidden detail to account for that.
Kerrigan liked to think that she was above her Zerg instincts but it was times like these that reminded her that when push came to shove there as no harm in acting like a Zerg. Which was how she was now on the Alternate Azeroth, looking at the hive she had just finished constructing.
To say she was angry was a gross understatement, angry was Kerrigan under the dampening field of the Nexus, here she wasn’t being contained so this was not her anger. This was her fury. She smiled as a brood of Hydralisks burst forth from their cocoons, followed shortly by Zerglings. She wouldn’t need much in the way of forces, she wasn’t going to be fighting well armed Marines. The people of Azeroth wouldn’t know how to deal with the Zerg sure she didn’t expect them not to fight back but she was sure that she was better prepared.
She was tracking Illidan mentally and her army cleaved through whatever got in their path, wildlife, greenery, buildings The Swarm made short work of it. When she found the entrance to underground prison she made quick work of the guards on the surface, helmets can’t protect against an attack that causes a head to explode from the inside. Her army buried into the ground to advance on their enemy where they wouldn’t be looking. For once the screams of her victims wouldn’t haunt her, they deserved this every single one of them. Just like the Dominion, just like Mengsk.
It was a long tedious advance to the heart of the prison but once she was there she simmered down slightly not wanting her powers to lash out at the person she was trying to save.
“Deal with her.” She hissed to the Hydralisks pointing at the women in front of the cell. While that was being taken care Kerrigan simply used her powers to crush the door of the cell and rip it off it’s hinges. Her anger now had fully melted away into worry and fear approaching the man chained up in the cell it took all of her will power not to be reduced to tears.
“Illidan, I’m going to get you out of here.” She said softly, examining the chains that bound her mate, and getting work destroying the locking mechanism.