Agen Sabung Ayam
Auir is a shambles. A rogue Xel’Naga, Amon, appears to slaughter the Firstborn and finish the cycle of life and death. Only Artanis, Hierarch of the Protoss, can save the Koprulu Sector by uniting the Daelaam, Tal’darim, and Nerazim against him.
If you have not paid consideration to the lore of StarCraft II up to this point, now is a terrible time to start. The deluge of challenging-to-parse appropriate nouns and space magic is adequate to douse even the tiniest spark of interest at this point. It is ironic—the initial game was all about petty politicking and squabbles among the Zerg, Protoss, and Terrans more than limited sources. In-game and out, the scope was so considerably smaller and the plot significantly more affecting for it.
If you need to know what is taking place going into Legacy of the Void—the finale to the StarCraft II trilogy and the fifth installment in the series, overall—it sports a slide show telling “the story so far.” Honestly, even though, you are much better off grabbing a ticket to see Duncan Jones’ upcoming Warcraft movie adaptation. The plot points in each series are fundamentally identical, and Jones’ Moon was quite very good.