Day analyzes Stephano’s use of aggression to combat coin-flip scenarios wherein Stephano is able to both defend against all possible attacks and create windows to Drone safely. Day explains his build which focuses on transitioning from an aggressive mineral-focuses style into a powerful gas-focused style.
Q&A With Day
-You talked about committing to aggression and defense as Zerg. What
are some triggers I should look for to know when to commit to
offense/defense? What should I look for to switch from one to the other?
-You saw the Warp Prism harass coming in from the Protoss, do you think the Zerg could/should be doing something similar.
-If you are passive in the late game it opens up the opportunity for Protoss to do an Archon toilet, how do you deal with this?
-Stephano NEVER sent his overlord in to scout, do you think it’s necessary to use it or do you think meta gaming your opponent is the better path to take?