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Starcraft 2 Terran Units

The Terran in Starcraft 2 are the most defensive race in the game. Their ability to lift their buildings and move them to new places means that it is very common for Terran players to play a turtle strategy in which the Terran player harasses his opponent’s economy while expanding his own by building Command Centers in his base and then lifting them to expansions.

Terran’s units also tend to vibe with this strategy. One the one hand, the Terran can be difficult in direct combat due to having many moderately strong units. On the other hand, the Terran player has many units which are quick and difficult for other races to pin down.

This guide provides information about all of the Terran units in the game. If you’re a new player trying to figure out what your Terran units are good for, this Terran unit guide is the perfect place to start.


  • Cost: 150 Minerals / 100 Vespene

  • Supply: 3

  • Build Time: 60

  • Hitpoints: 140

  • Attack: 12×2 Ground

  • Type: Light Mechanical

The Banshee is a fast gunship which is dedicated to harassing enemies which do not have a good anti-air defense set up. “Banshee rush” is a popular Terran harassment strategy in which a Terran player builds one or two Banshees and immediately sneaks them into an enemy’s resource line to kill workers. Obviously, this works best against players who haven’t built much anti-air. A rushing two-gate Protoss focusing on Zealots, for example, will be a good candidate for Banshee counter-attack.

Banshees can also cloak when the appropriate tech is researched. This ability is very powerful against anyone who has not remembered to make good use of detectors. It also is powerful as support to your ground armies, since enemy anti-air won’t be able to attack your Banshees unless they bring a mobile detector (and most players don’t).

Obviously, the Banshee’s lack of air-to-air weapons makes it very vulnerable to other air units. The Protoss Phoneix is the worst. It receives a bonus to attack against light units and is capable of attacking while on the move. Despite this disadvantage, the Banshee is one of the most effective Terran units for harassment.


  • Cost: 400 Minerals / 300 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Battlecruiser

  • Supply: 6

  • Build Time: 60

  • HP: 550

  • Attack: Ground 8 / Air 6 (Very fast fire rate)

  • Type: Armored Mechanical Massive

The Terran Battlecruiser is an expensive but extremely powerful late game unit. Heavily armed and armored, and capable of defending itself against both air and ground attack, the Battlecrusier can be used as a flagship of your force or as a super-heavy expansion attack unit. The biggest advantage of the Battlecruiser simply comes from the fact that players rarely have the anti-air capability to defend against them well. The obligatory defense of one missile turret of cannon used to discourage Banshee harassment just doesn’t work against Battlecrusiers. Battlecrusiers can also really throw off the unit mix of your fellow Terran or Zerg players. If he has dedicated himself to a ground push he’ll probably have to respond with a mass of anti-air ground units, but you can ruin his day if you already have some Siege Tanks ready to go.

Battlecruisers can be upgraded with the devastating Yamato Cannon. The Yamato does 300 damage and is an excellent way of using the Battlecrusier to take out similarly strong enemy units – Protoss Carriers and Motherships come to mind. The main weakness of the Battlecrusier is other air units. The laser on the Battlecruiser is less effective against air. Void Rays and Vikings in particular can ruin your Battlecrusier’s day.


  • Cost: 150 Minerals / 150 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Ghost

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 40

  • HP: 100

  • Attack: Ground/Air 10 +10 vs. Light

  • Type: Biological – Psionic

The Ghost is essentially a secret agent. Although the attack of 10 +10 vs. Light makes it seem as those the Ghost would be decent in straight combat, the Ghost’s slow firing rate makes this less attractive than you’d think. The main mission of the Ghost is to perform covert ops, and the Ghost has several abilities to this end.

One is Sniper Round, which does 45 damage. Or, in other words, enough damage to kill any worker in one shot. A second is EMP shot, which does 100 damage vs. shields and drains 100 energy from all units in the blast radius (obviously, great against Protoss). But the most infamous is Tactical Nuke, which does huge damage (300+200 vs. Structures) in a large radius. Tactical Nuke is well loved, as it usually catches the enemy off guard (they have little warning) and can instantly wipe out all of the workers in a base and do massive damage to structures.

Ghosts can also cloak, but this upgrade must be researched. Cloak is considered an essential upgrade by anyone who intends to use the Tactical Nuke option. Without Cloak it is very hard to get a Ghost into a position where it can perform a Tactical Nuke before it is killed. The main weakness of the Ghost is the unit’s relative weakness (for the price). If caught without support the Ghost is very easy to overwhelm.


  • Cost: 100 Minerals

    Starcraft 2 Terran Hellion

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 30

  • HP: 90

  • Attack: Ground 8 +6 vs. Light

  • Type: Light Mechanical

The Hellion is a very fast unit with a powerful flamethrower which can deal damage to multiple enemies at once. The main purpose of the Hellion is to kill off rushes of early game units – melee units in particular. Zerglings, for example, absolutely melt away in the face of the Hellion. And because the Hellion is fast, they have little chance of catching up with and surrounding the Hellion. The Hellion becomes even better when the Infernal Pre-Igniter is researched – this changes the +6 vs. Light to +16 vs. Light!

The Hellion’s downside is that it has low hitpoints for the cost and is very vulnerable to ranged damage. The Hellion is pretty poor against Terran players, as large masses of Marines and Marauders will counter it early in the game. The Protoss also becomes rather immune to it once they start massing Stalkers. Still, an early Hellion push can be very effective and is an excellent way of gaining early map control against a Zerg player.


  • Cost: 100 Minerals / 25 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Marauder

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 30

  • HP: 125

  • Attack: Ground 10 +10 vs. Armored

  • Type: Armored Biological

The Marauder is a heavy infantry support unit. The Marauder can be upgraded with a shell which slows down the speed of enemy units, making it more difficult for them to escape. By and large, the Marauder is used in the early game as a counter vs. Zerg Roaches or Protoss Stalkers and (in large numbers) as a late game counter against most high-tech units, particularly from the Terrans and the Protoss.

However, the Marauder isn’t as much of a hard counter against armored units as you’d think, and it is a common mistake for Terran players to invest in them too heavily. For example, while Marauders kill Stalkers easily on paper, Stalkers can actually just blink right past a Marauder force. Marauders are not very quick and don’t have a good chance of catching them. Over-building Marauders against Zerg is also a common mistake, because while they’re good against Roaches they die easily once Hydralisks enter the picture.

The Marauder can use the Stimpak ability to increase damage in exchange for taking twenty hitpoints off the Marauder’s life. This is very effective in certain situations – for example, if you need to kill an expansion and then retreat before the enemy army can respond.


  • Cost: 50 Minerals

    Starcraft 2 Terran Marine

  • Supply: 1

  • Build Time: 25

  • HP: 45

  • Attack: Air, Ground 6

  • Type: Light Biological

The very standard marine is a versatile low-end Terran unit which is the bread-and-butter of many builds. The strength of the Marine comes from his low cost and versatility. Marines don’t hard-counter anything, but there are not that many things which hard-counter Marines. And because they have no Vespene cost they can be built in-mass during periods of the game where your Vespene income is not keeping up with your mineral income.

The few things which do really tear Marines apart come in the form of AOE attacks. Zerg Fungal Growth and Protoss Psi Storm attacks are examples. Marines also need to really watch out for the Protoss Colossus – the beams will sweep back and forth across the Marine ranks and absolutely devastate them. Terran Siege Tanks in siege mode can also do terrible damage to groups of Marines.

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The Marine can use Stimpaks, for a penalty of 10 hitpoints, and the usefulness of this is the same as the Stimpak on the Marauder. There is also a special Combat Shield upgrade which increases Marine HP by 10. That doesn’t sound like a lot, but remember, Marines are plentiful. An increase of 10 can sometimes mean the difference between victory and defeat.


  • Cost: 100 Minerals / 100 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Medivac

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 42

  • HP: 150

  • Attack: NA

  • Type: Armored Mechanical

The Medivac serves two roles. First, it is the Terran’s dropship. It can be used to move ground units to places they normally would not be able to reach or to quickly move them behind enemy lines (dropping a Ghost off to use a Tactical Nuke, for example). In this role the Medivac works about as well as you’d expect. It gets the job done but isn’t overly exciting.

However, the Medivac can also heal friendly biological units, giving the Medivac a second role. The importance of this role shouldn’t be under-estimated. One Medivac won’t change the outcome of a battle, but if you have laid siege to an enemy player’s base and are having to gradually poke your way through his defenses the Medivac can be great, as it will heal your units each time they have to retreat. Mass numbers of Medivacs, on the other hand, can quickly heal your army even during battle as long as the opponent does not have the anti-air required to shoot them down.


  • Cost: 100 Minerals / 100 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Raven

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 60

  • HP: 140

  • Attack: NA

  • Type: Light Mechanical

The Raven is a special support unit and a mobile detector. It has no attacks of its own, but it does have numerous special abilities.

Two of these abilities are deployable gun turrets. One is called the Auto-Turret. It is basically a small cannon which lasts 180 seconds. It does quite a lot of damage. While this can be used as a defense if you are desperate, it is most often used for harassment. Placing an Auto-Turret in your enemy’s resource line can deal a lot of damage to his workers. Another deployable is the the Point Defense Drone. This drone shoots down incoming munitions. It can be used in assistance of a large-scale Banshee or Battlecruiser attack to negate enemy anti-air, allowing your units to immediately focus on enemy resource structures. It also can be used in a large battle to minimize the effect of enemy ranged units.

The Raven can also use the Hunter-Seeker missile. This is a large missile which will track down a targeted unit for up to 15 seconds. When it explodes, it does heavy damage to both the targeted unit and any nearby. The Hunter-Seeker missile is best used against heavy enemy targets or large groups of enemy targets, and it allows the Raven the ability to do direct damage to enemy forces without getting too close to them.


  • Cost: 50 Minerals / 50 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Reaper

  • Supply: 1

  • Build Time: 45

  • HP: 50

  • Attack: Ground 2×4 +5 vs. Light

  • Type: Light Biological

The Reaper is an extremely fast Terran harassment unit with the ability to jump up and down cliffs using jetpacks. The “Reaper Rush” is a favorite early game attack, particularly against Zerg and Protoss players. The Reaper’s speed means it is hard for either to catch using the early game melee units each has access to, and the Reaper’s fast-firing weapons can kill workers very rapidly. The Reapers are not very tough considering their cost, however, so they are poorly suited for head-on attacks.

Reapers can make use of Stimpaks, which further increases their harassment ability. They can also use the D8 Charge once it is researched. This is a charge which is thrown on the ground and, once it explodes, does area of effect damage. This can also be used to harass an enemy’s base, but it is very difficult to use against enemy ground units, as they will usually kill the Reaper before it has a chance to lay down a charge.

Siege Tank

  • Cost: 150 Minerals / 125 Vespene

    Starcraft 2 Terran Siege Tank

  • Supply: 3

  • Build Time: 45

  • HP: 160

  • Attack: 15 +10 vs. Armored (35 +15 vs. Armored in Siege Mode)

  • Type: Armored Mechanical

The iconic Siege Tank is a heavy armored unit which is very effective against enemy armor of all types. In particular, the Siege Tank is a perfect early game counter against Zerg Roaches and Protoss Stalkers. The Siege tank is fairly maneuverable despite its size, and can be used as back-up to Marines in early to mid game pushes.

Of course, Siege Mode (which must be researched) is also a very important attribute of the Siege Tank. In Siege Mode the damage of the Siege Tank increases to 35 with a medium amount of splash and a +15 bonus to against armored units. While in Siege Mode, and the Siege Tank can’t move. When used in this mode the Siege Tank becomes great for defense, but it is also a great Terran unit for offense. For example, you can set up Siege Tanks outside an enemy expansion to take it out while your Marines or Marauders act as a sort of meatshield preventing enemy units from getting to them.

Siege Tanks prove weakest against opponents with an advantage against armor. The Protoss Immortal in particular needs to be avoided at all costs.


  • Cost: 300 Minerals / 200 Gas

    Starcraft 2 Terran Thor

  • Supply: 6

  • Build Time: 60

  • HP: 400

  • Attack: 30×2 Ground 6×4 Air +6 vs. Light

  • Type: Armored Mechanical Massive

Ah, the Thor. This huge mech is a devastating all-purpose attack unit. The huge damage numbers that the Thor puts up really say it all. The Thor can kill most units in the game very, very quickly. The Thor is particularly good against enemy units which are slow or expensive. Terran Siege Tanks go down quickly, as do most ranged Zerg units, and virtually everything the Protoss has. The existence of the anti-air cannons also ensure that the Thor can’t just be taken out by a few Mutalisks or Banshees.

The Thor can be upgraded with 250mm Strike Cannons, which are capable of doing 500 damage in 6 seconds against a structure. They also have very long range. One common Terran strategy is to do a “Thor Drop” where a Thor is drop-shipped onto an inaccessible cliff overlooking an enemy expansion. Thanks to the Thor’s range and 250mm Strike Cannons, the Terran player can kill the expansion with little risk of return fire.

The Thor isn’t invincible, however. The Protoss Immortal’s Hardened Shields and huge bonus against armored units makes it a troublesome foe. The Thor also can be swarmed by melee units which can surround the massive mech. Finally, the Thor is vulnerable to attack by heavy air units like Battlecruisers and Carriers as the Thor’s anti-air missiles receive a bonus only against Light air units.


  • Minerals: 150

    Starcraft 2 Terran Viking

  • Vespene: 75

  • Supply: 2

  • Build Time: 42

  • HP: 125

  • Attack: 14 (Walker Mode) 6×2+8 vs. Armored (Air Mode)

  • Type: Armored Mechanical

The Viking is an interesting dual-role unit. It has the ability to literally transform from an air superiority fight into a walking mech and then back again. It has specialized weapons in each mode. As a Walker, it can only hit ground targets, and as a fighter it can only hit air targets.

This gives the Viking a unique ability to harass the enemy. Vikings are usually built at first for air cover, but when not being used in that role they can fly to the rear of an enemy base and transform into walkers to kill enemy workers. Even if the enemy builds anti-air defenses, the Terran and Zerg anti-air defenses are only good against air units – so once they turn into walkers, those defenses become useless. Vikings are also often used in support of Siege Tanks. They can spot for the Siege Tanks (because the range of Siege Mode is greater than the Siege Tank’s line-of-sight range) and provide air cover.

As air superiority fighters, the Vikings are actually best against heavier units like Carriers, Brood Lords and Battlecrusiers. They are okay against the Mutalisk and the Phoneix, but those units are considered light air units, and so the Viking’s significant bonus damage does not apply to them.

This post is part of the series: Starcraft 2: The Complete Unit Guide

Are you a new or semi-experienced player looking for more information about the units in Starcraft 2? Look no further. This guide covers all of the units in Starcraft 2 and provides detailed information on their strengths and weaknesses.

[NEW] Top 10 StarCraft II Players of All Time | immortal starcraft 2 – Vietnamnhanvan

StarCraft II was initially released on July 27, 2010. Since then, it has become one of the most prolific eSports games there is; it’s counted among the Big 4 along with League of Legends, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It’s a real-time strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, so only the most skilled tacticians rise to the top like the members of this list. These are the players who could out-smart, out-plan, and out-execute their opponents in the nearly decade-long history of the game.

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Jung “Mvp” Jong Hyun

Mvp was born on February 12, 1991, and is a very decorated Terran player. He’s a four-time GSL champion, the first of his kind, and the winner of a WCG, BlizzCon, MLG, and IEM. Before he came to StarCraft II, Mvp was a professional Brood War player. At seventeen years old, he committed himself to become a Brood War pro gamer, yet later switched to StarCraft II because the larger prize pools would be more beneficial to his poor family.

When Mvp entered the 2011 GSL January Code S, he didn’t lose a single match until he faced NesTea—the former GSL champion—in the semifinals and won 3-1. His impressive 92% win percentage in Terran-versus-Terran matches made him the favorite, and he swept his opponent MarineKing in the finals 4-0. Mvp ended the tournament with a 16-1 record. Mvp was the third player to achieve Triple Crown after MMA and MC, and he, with Life, was one of the only players who qualified for two separate Triple Crowns.

Nicknames include: The King, King of Wings, and Jürgen.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2010-10-01 – 2014-07-23 Incredible MiracleTotal Prize Money Earned$402,867.55

Lee “Life” Seung Hyun

Life is the second most decorated player in Premier Tournaments and originally went by NEXLife. He was born on January 11, 1997, and began to receive recognition when he joined team ZeNEX in March 2011. He was the youngest professional player on any South Korean team at the time and was a valuable asset to ZeNEX.

Later, he would become StarCraft’s first Zerg Triple Crown recipient. Being the youngest in the league put him at some disadvantages, such as the inability to participate in interviews due to school attendance. However, it made victories such as his GSL Season 4 victory all the sweeter as he became the first royal roader of the StarCraft II era and the youngest GSL champion at just eighty-two days short of sixteen.

The highest point in Life’s domination in Korea was his 2012 GSL Blizzard Cup championship. He faced off against his former teammate, PartinG, who was known for an exceptionally strong Immortal/Sentry push. The first two maps were taken by this strategy, but Life was able to adapt and pull through, winning 4-2 and earning $37,200.

Nicknames include: The Ling Kin, King of Zerglings, L’Enfant Terrible, and Kami Zerg.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2011-03 – 2012-07 ZeNEX
2012-08 – 2015-02-11 StarTale
2015-02-11 – 2016-01-28 KT Rolster
2016-01-28 – 2016 Afreeca Freecs
Total Prize Money Earned$475,744.38

Yun “TaeJa” Young Seo

TaeJa was born on January 1, 1995. His career began without any competitive background in eSports, and he was relatively unnoticed for the early months. A very prominent part of this player’s career came from when he carried Team Liquid to the playoffs of Acer TeamSTory Cup Season 2, with four wins in the 5-4 victory against Axiom. Then, TaeJa blazed through a Zerg-centric lineup, defeating HyuN again twice, and scored the 5-0 all-kill against Quantic Gaming that Team Liquid needed to participate in the playoffs.

In 2013 DreamHack Open: Winter, TaeJa was pitted against other Terrans in a formidable string of opponents. One of the most notable of those TvT series was against MMA, ending in a 2-1 win for TaeJa, which guaranteed a place on the podium.

When Team Liquid picked TaeJa in 2012, the team’s CEO Nazgul claimed the transfer to be “Liquid’s biggest acquisition in history.”

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2010 – 2010-10 NEX
2010-10 – 2011-05-01 ZeNEX
2011-05-01 – 2012-03-13 SlayerS
2012-03-29 – 2016-06-02 Team Liquid
2016-06-02 Retired
2018-09-24 – Present Team Liquid
Total Prize Money Earned$292,097.73

Jang “MC” Min Chul

MC was born on June 17, 1991. His strengths are in his mechanics, particularly his Stalker control and use of the Blink ability. He likes to apply pressure constantly, harass his opponents and tear away at them throughout the match. Those that can endure his initial aggression are not much closer to beating him, as his playstyle also includes macro for a deadly late-game performance.

He has retired twice in his career. After the first time, MC returned for the 2015 Red Bull Battle Grounds: Santa Monica. He and his OGS-TL Teammate, HuK from Evil Geniuses, achieved a joint first place along with DOngRaeGu and TRUE, who only lost a match to the Protoss archon Team. MC is famous for his expertise in Protoss play. Not long after, MC and Huk united again for the 2015 Red Bull Battle Grounds: Washington, where MC said in an interview, “I am Obamatoss, I can’t lose in Washington.”

Nicknames include: Boss Toss and Suicide Toss.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2009-03-25 – 2010-08-24 MBCGame HERO
2010-08 – 2012-01-13 Old Generations
2012-01-13 – 2013-12-30 SK Gaming
2015-02-11 – 2015-06-18 Trig Esports
2015-06-18 Retired
2016-05-23 – 2016-10-18 CJ Entus
2016-11-01 Retired
2019-02-04 – Present ROOT Gaming
Total Prize Money Earned$511,049.54

Choi “Polt” Seong Hun

Polt was born on July 2, 1988. Before StarCraft, he played Warcraft III; The Frozen Throne at a semi-pro level as part of the South Korean team Lof. His fame in StarCraft came mostly after his GSL 3 victory against BoxeR with a score of 2-1 in Round 32. Almost 80% of polled South Koreans favored BoxeR to win, so Polt’s victory was a major upset. He surprised critics again when he won the 2011 GSL Super Tournament, where he swept MMA 4-0 in the finals. This championship victory earned Polt the “Optimus” ID from his team because it was the first championship for Prime.

In the WCS America 2013 Season 3 Premier League, after being disqualified from the first best-of-three against HyuN due to connection problems, Polt defeated Revival 2-1 in a macro-oriented best-of-three and then advanced to Round 16 after defeating Sage 2-1. Eventually, he beat ByuL 4-1 and took home the win.

Nicknames include: Captain America, Sir Polt of Terran, and The Nexus Sniper.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2010 – 2011-09-14 Prime
2011-09-23 – 2012-12-22 Team SCV Life
2013-03-12 – 2016-03-05 CM Storm
2016-05-04 – 2016-10-12 Team EnVyUs
2016-10-12 Retired
Total Prize Money Earned$455,560.09

Lee “INnoVation” Shin Hyung

INnoVation was born on July 25, 1993. His first official StarCraft II match was played during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2. On July 19, 2012, INnoVation participated in the 2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries. He beat Sang and herO, then faced Crazy-Hydra in the finals. After sweeping Crazy-Hydra with a score of 2:0, INnoVation advanced into the 2012 OSL KeSPA Dual Tournament.

After some close wins in both the WCS 2013 Season 1 Korea semifinals and WCS 2013 Season 1 semifinal, INnoVation found some extra difficulty contending with sOs and his unusual Tempest/Templar composition. INnoVation held firm and pushed through to close the series 4-0 against sOs who “looked visibly nervous,” and at last was himself a champion on one of the biggest stages in StarCraft 2 history. His accomplishment earned him the #1 rank on TL.net’s Power Rank for July 2013. He is a Terran player.

Nicknames include: The Machine and RoBogus.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2008-08-13 – 2013-08-31 STX SouL
2013-09-01 – 2014-09-03 Team Acer
2014-09-25 – 2016-10-18 SK Telecom T1
2018-05-24 – 2018-12-07 O’Gaming TV
2018-12-18 – Present Team Reciprocity
Total Prize Money Earned$677,864.89

Joo “Zest” Sung Wook

Zest, born on July 11, 1992, first came into the StarCraft II arena during Wings of Liberty. Like INnoVation, he played his first official match during the 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2, ending with a total of five wins and four losses. In the 2012-2013 Proleague Season 1, Zest finished with a record of 29-17. After a very disappointing loss to Life in the 2014 WCS Global Finals, which featured a gripping fifth match where Zest almost pulled through after several early-game missteps, 2015 came around with new promises.

Zest participated in the IEM Season IX World Championship in Katowice. He was set to play against ROOT Gaming’s Hydra, whom he beat 3-2 after a reverse sweep that included a lengthy defense in Game 5 against a Roach/Hydra composition. Next, he narrowly beat INnoVation, who had recently beaten Life (the BlizzCon champion). For the finals, Zest was set against Trap in the only Protoss-versus-Protoss series of the tournament. It was full of macro-oriented games and Stargate-based strategies, most notably Game 4 on Deadwing, where each player made a Mothership and air-based armies. Zest won the title with a score of 4-1.

Nicknames include: The Kingslayer.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam HistoryUnknown – 2010-10 eSTRO
2010-10 – 2011-11-04 WeMade FOX
2011-11-04 – 2016-10-18 KT Rolster
2018-08-22 – 2019-01-04 Scythe Esports
2019-01-20 – Present Ocean Gaming
Total Prize Money Earned$436,592.82

Lim “NesTea” Jae Duk

NesTea was born on December 12, 1982. This Zerg player had his start with Wings of Liberty, climbing to the top of the Korean ladder shortly after launch and qualifying for the very first GSL. Unfortunately, he was eliminated early on by LiveForever. In late September 2010, NesTea, with former Brood Wars players Mvp, TT, ChRh, and LosirA founded the team IM “Incredible Miracle”.

NesTea was the first player to win three GSL championships and the first and only player to win a GSL Code S without dropping a single game—on July, 2011. The only players to have even come close to achieving such a feat were his teammates Mvp, who lost only a single game in GSL January 2011 to NesTea himself, and Curious, who win a GSL Code A without dropping a game. This feat solidifies Zest’s spot among the best StarCraft 2 players of all time.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2006 – 2010-10-01 KT Rolster
2010-10-01 – 2014-03-31 Incredible Miracle
Total Prize Money Earned$285,672.34

Mun “MMA” Seong Won

MMA was born on October 29, 1988. He was first introduced to StarCraft, the original, in elementary school. It would go on to become his passion and lead him to become a pro gamer. Initially, he wanted to be a soldier, but due to a knee injury, he was discharged from the army. He was the first of the new recruits for BoxeR’s SlayerS team, and he later evolved into SlayerS’ ace player, earning him a new and prestigious nickname.

One of his best plays occurred during the Acer TeamStory Cup Season 1 group stage. There, MMA went 22-11, which included both an all-kill and a four-kill of ROOT Gaming. Not long after, at the playoffs, MMA went 9-3 with an all-kill of team Liquid and a four-kill of Millenium. These lethal plays were very common for MMA, making him a player of deadly efficiency. Today, MMA is retired.

Nicknames include: Son of Boxer and Military Terran.

CountrySouth KoreaTeam History2008-10 – 2009-10 SK Telecom T1
2010-11-30 – 2012-11-03 SlayerS
2015-05-05 – 2015-12-01 SBENU
2012-11-20 – 2015-12-21 Team Acer
2015-12-21 Retired
2017-11-02 – 2018-07-31 Team expert
Total Prize Money Earned$406,562.06

Jung “Rain” Yoon Jong

Rain stated that his intention was never to become a pro gamer; he played the game casually, instead of studying, and participated in some tournaments till he was recruited as a professional player by MBCGame HERO. He was born on August 14, 1992. For that team, he didn’t manage to qualify for either the OnGameNet Starleague or the MBCGame StarCraft League, but his time was not ignored. In fact, he finished the Proleague with a great record of 15-9 in the 2010-2011 Shinhan Bank Proleague for team SK Telecom T1. Not very long after that, what became one of his crowning achievements took place at the STX Masters 2011: he scored an all-kill against Hwaseung OZ in the finals.

Rain was the most successful player affiliated to the KeSPA during the first individual leagues in which KeSPA players participated in StarCraft. His Protoss plays were excellent across the board, and although, like MMA, he’s retired, Rain remains one of the greatest StarCraft II players of all time.

CountrySouth KoreanTeam History2010-10-01 – 2014-09-30 SK Telecom T1
2014-11-09 – 2015-12-15 mYinsanity
Total Prize Money Earned$241,605.22

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