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To effectively use the Issue Order action as you would in StarCraft 1, change '''Order With No Target''' to '''Order Targeting Point'''. You can then order a unit to attack, patrol, etc. to a [[point]] that you specify on your map.
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To effectively use the Issue Order action as you would in StarCraft 1, change ''Order With No Target'' to ''Order Targeting Point''. You can then order a unit to attack, patrol, etc. to a [[point]] that you specify on your map.
  
 
Remember [[pathing]] is an issue, and blocking a route will make the unit attempt to find an alternate route to the target point rather than attacking everything in its path.
 
Remember [[pathing]] is an issue, and blocking a route will make the unit attempt to find an alternate route to the target point rather than attacking everything in its path.

Revision as of 03:58, 29 March 2013

To effectively use the Issue Order action as you would in StarCraft 1, change Order With No Target to Order Targeting Point. You can then order a unit to attack, patrol, etc. to a point that you specify on your map.

Remember pathing is an issue, and blocking a route will make the unit attempt to find an alternate route to the target point rather than attacking everything in its path.