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Hello everybody!

 

 

After a week full of work, data gathering, voice recording and video editing, the second episode of Science of the Storm is finally here!

 


 

In this week's episode I talk and analyze map mechanics for the Sky Temple and the Haunted Mines, as by popular request.

 

Thanks to all of you for your submissions, without you I would've never been able to make this happen.

 

As always, you can submit more questions at starcastreplay@gmail.com

 

OR

 

on my facebook page: www.facebook.com/SunGlareHOTS

 

I am always open for more feedback!

 

Hope you guys enjoy it :3

 

SunGlare

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Thank you all sooooo much for being wonderful people! 
I couldn't do this without your submissions, so keep em coming!


A huge shoutout also goes to my crew: Teiwaz Exvin SpiriT
much <3 guys

 

 

In this week's episode we feature Diablo, ETC, Chen and Stitches!

 

As usual, you can submit your questions at

 

starcastreplay@gmail.com

 

or on my facebook page

 

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Hope you guys enjoy it, and don't forget to check out previous episodes aswell!

SunGlare.

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I would've never guessed that this series would do so well, but look where we are now!

Episode #4 is out and your submissions keep on coming! 
Going on like this i will have enough work for a full season, and that is ONLY thanks to you guys!

 

Another week of work created episode #4 of Science of the Storm!

This week we take a look at Zagara's Nydus worms and Devouring Maw, ETC Mosh Pit, Tyrael's Judgement and Illidan's the Hunt.

I want to thank all of you who support the show, either by submitting your questions or by simply sharing the video; you have no idea how much I appreciate it!

So, keep 'em questions coming and keep on sharin', 'cause I'm lovin' it!

Stay tuned for next week's episode, I have something special in store to prepare for the imminent game release date!

Much <3,
SunGlare

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I keep trying to find words that could describe the amount of positive feedback I receive from this community.

Every week I gather these questions, I run these tests, I create these clips, I create these videos.
And when a new video is ready for release, that is the highlight of my week.
 

It is such a huge satisfaction (you have no idea!) to see such a good response from the community.

Now I need to stop blabbering or I will start sounding like a old nostalgic man.



In this week's episode we feature Malfurion, Zeratul, Stitches, Zagara and a pinch of general spells interactions!

As always a huge "thank you" goes to Teiwaz and Exvin, without whom I couldn't run these tests and this show.

Hope you guys enjoy it, much <3
 
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Hello everybody!

This week we feature Abathur, Stitches, the talent Storm Shield and Sylvanas.

And boy do we go big on Sylvanas!

Her Haunting Wave rose many questions in the community, and I have to say it is such a unique spell that I don't have all the answers myself. I will continue to run tests on it to unveil all the mysteries!

As always, I have to thank Teiwaz and Exvin for being the wonderful people they are, and you guys for all your support and feedback and questions.

I could never be able to do this without any of you.

Hope you enjoy this week's episode, much <3

SunGlare

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It is that time again!

This week we had a new addition to the Heroes of the Storm roster, and boy did he make a big impact on the community!

Fan favorite, bearer of the "Loki effect", fire mage extraordinaire, it is the one, the only
Kael'thas Sunstrider!

Being his release week, and being such a big name in the hearts of many WarCraft players, it only felt appropriate to dedicate an entire episode to the Sun King himself.

Talent explanations, combos theorycrafting and a super fast Lightning round at the end!

As always, a huge "thank you" goes to Teiwaz and Exvin, for letting me fry them over and over with my Pyroblast.

Hope you guys enjoy it, mucho amor.

SunGlare.

 

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And here we are with episode #8!

 

 

I never thought I would've gone so well. <3

 

 

In this week's episode we share some knowledge about Kael'thas, Stitches, Diablo and Brightwing.

 

 

A big thank you to Teiwaz and Exvin, you should know this by now.

 

 

And as always, thanks to every single one of you for submitting, watching and sharing these videos!

 

 

Maybe you do not realize it, but by sharing, rating and commenting on my videos you help me out immensely.

 

 

Enjoy this week's episode,

much love.

 

 

SunGlare.

 

 

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A week late, due to my Hard Drive exploding on me, it is finally here!

 

To celebrate the game's launch, I've decided to dedicate a series of episodes to basic game mechanics.

 

In this first installment I will talk about on of, if not THE most important aspect of Heroes of the Storm: Experience Gain.

 

In Part One, I will explain Minions and Towers Experience gain.

 

In Part Two (Coming next week, so stay tuned!) I will talk about Mercenaries, Hero Kills and long range XP farming.

 

Thank you all so much for the support you have shown me in these months.

 

Whenever I release a new video I always look forward for your feedback, to improve myself and the show more and more.

 

As usual, you can contact me at my email: 

 

starcastreplay@gmail.com

 

Or on Social Media:

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As always, much <3

SunGlare

 

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Oh boy, part 2 of our Experience gain Special!

 

 

It is time to discover how do Mercenary camps and Hero kills fit into the equation, and if it is possible to reliably farm experience from a distance!

 

 

This Science of the Storm special took more time and effort then all my other episodes, so I really hope you guys enjoy it!

 

 

My thanks, this time around, go to Santobi, a wonderful human being that helped me in some of these tests.

 

 

And, of course, thanks to all of you that keep watching, sharing and overall enjoying my videos. 

 

You are the fuel that keeps me going!

 

 

 

Until next time, much love. 

 

 

SunGlare.

 

 

 

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Ever wondered if there is a vertical dimension in HOTS?

Or what happens when you knockback a player from two different directions at the same time?

Well, wonder no more! The answers are here!

 

What? You never wondered about those questions? Well, submit your own then! biggrin.png

This week the spotlight is on Stitches, Zeratul, Brightwing & Falstad, Sonya, Anub'arak and Blood for Blood!

 

As always a huge thank you to Teiwaz and Exvin. I have to pay them in coffee to keep them up to the task.
 

Experience special was fun, but it's time Science came back in its original form! 
 
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This week I'm all about meat! And maybe Meatloaf. But just because he's a funny guy.  Also, the Butcher!

Yep, with the Butcher's release, it figured I had to do a Butcher's Special episode!

This week we focus on Ruthless Onslaught and Lamb to the Slaughter, two new mechanics added into the game! 
And boy are there interesting interactions about these ones!

As always, my deepest thanks to Teiwaz and Exvin. They are amazing and you people should love them too!
 
Heroes of  the Storm is a frantic team brawler featuring your favorite Blizzard characters.  All rights property of Blizzard Entertainment.
 
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It is that time of the week again! Science is back baby!

 

This week we take a look at Johanna, Tassadar, Abathur and more!

 

A huge thanks goes to Vaanp, a faithful viewer who stepped first in line to help me with some tests this week!

 

If you want to be featured in a future science episode, come join me in my chat channel!

On the EU server type in /join SunGlare, and we can hang out! 

Or you can insult me. That works too. Criticism needs to be heard!

 

Keep an eye out next week for some more amazing interactions, love you all.

 

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Working in the summer is hard, especially when you have to close yourself in the recording booth (my room) with no air conditioning and 35° Celsius. 

But that will not stop me for long! and Science is back! 

This week is all about Leoric, and we might even unveil something pretty neat about stacking effects in the game! We will have to use... MATH! 

Hope you guys enjoy, and sorry again for my long time off! 
Much <3, SunGlare.

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Kharazim is the first support to be released in more than a year.
You can bet your teeth that he is going to roundhouse kick his way into the meta! 
 
Taking his rightful place with force like it's Fist of the North Star! Eeeekoo!
 
A big thank you to everyone who submitted a question and to Teiwaz and Exvin for helping me out with the tests.
 
 
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You know what time it is?

It is Rexxar Special Time!

Yes indeed, the Champion of the Horde couldn't go without his own Science of the Storm episode.

Today we unveil a lot of hidden and somewhat controversial mechanics reguarding the half-ogre, including interactions with his best friend / love interest Misha!

So, saddle up and get ready to be taken into a science ride with SunGlare!

As always, a huge thank you goes to everyone who submitted and to Teiwaz and Exvin for helping me out week after week.

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      13. Harsh Discipline
      16. Radiance
      20. if you went with sc at 10, the 20 sc choice is a must-pick. if you went with Divine Reckoning, Purge the Wicked or the 20 ult buff are the two options depending on need. if you need single target burst, go purge. if you want more aoe burst healing, then judgement will hit harder and heal harder. 
      This build revolves around abusing clemency/inquisition's short cooldown to quickly grant zeal to everyone and convert the lost mana back to you with either usage of the spell. 
      The idea behind the build is to build up to three desperation stacks before a fight by spamming your q on each teammate to stack zeal. the last cast if everyone is around will be using clemency to zeal the last hero and reset your stacks which also refunds 225 mana. you can stack zeal on all 5 of your teammates in <2 seconds with no drawbacks. you're essentially playing whitemane the same way you would malfurion. but your zeal works as your "regrowth" so to speak. 
      You take radiance at 16 so you can burst heal your team on command. you should have zeal on AT LEAST the 3 people most likely to take damage. before doing your dps combo (if you took Divine Reckoning) of R-E-W or E-R-W, stack zeal on your teammates, burst heal on the third stack application, then do the combo.
      if DR hits just one hero, the combo gives ~6-700 hps which increases (obviously) as more enemies are in your hurtbox. maiev is an unbelievably pairing for this combo as her ult helps keep the enemy within your reckoning for as long as possible.
      youre able to spam three more q's and your clemency/inquisition should be back up within a second or two. you basically rinse and repeat this without losing any mana whatsoever. shes able to keep up that burst spam combo indefinitely if you manage your stacks correctly. while also refreshing zeal on the person with the lowest timer. divine reckoning provides an absolutely insane amount of burst healing while also softening up anyone sitting in its effect. 
       
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