Enemies are immune to all attacks of one commander, but not both. Terry says that’s unscientific. What is scientific is that the catastrophe has created a shortage that forces the commanders to share what limited supply they have.
Sharing is Caring - Supply is shared between you and your partner, and units from both armies contribute to your combined supply cap.
Polarity - Each enemy unit is immune to either your units or your ally’s units.
Video Replays on Brutal difficulty:
|Player 1||Player 2|
|[CtG (Zeratul)]||Ancalagon (Vorazun)|
|[CtG (Arcturus)]||Ancalagon (Karax)|
|[CtG (Alarak)]||Ancalagon (Stukov)|
|[CtG (Abathur)]||Ancalagon (Zagara)|
|[CtG (Nova)]||Ancalagon (Stetmann)|
|[CtG (Kerrigan)]||Ancalagon (Fenix)|
|[CtG (Dehaka)]||[Hunter (Raynor)]|
|[CtG (Tychus)]||[Hunter (Swann)]|
- The actual supply of both commanders are added. However, the supply limit is still individual for each commander. This means each player keeps the original supply cap, but must now accommodate both their supply and their ally’s.
- Commanders with 100 supply cap retain the 100 supply cap. They will NOT be able to produce any supply-consuming units if their ally goes above 100 supply, for as long as the ally is over 100 supply.
- Commanders with instant max supply perks like Artanis and Dehaka retain their perks.
- Half of every single attack wave and every base is immune to your or your ally. This means you cannot split between separate attack waves; both need to attack the same location simultaneously.
- Enemies with the red shield are immune to your attacks. Another way to figure out which units are yours before engaging is to mouse over the enemy unit:
- Immobilization Wave, Time Stop, and other movement/attack restricting spells still work on enemy units immune to you, but they deal 0 damage.
- You can manually target the enemy units immune to you, but it will do 0 damage.
Commander of the Week winner of last week: