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I know that units being warped in can be attacked as soon as their visage begins to appear on the screen. Is this visage cloaked for dark templars?

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Don't accept an answer without a picture :D –  tzenes Nov 29 '10 at 20:41
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@tzenes, I expect you're already busy creating an answer including pictures. –  alexanderpas Nov 29 '10 at 20:46
    
@tzenes at first I thought you were being facetious about taking screen shots of undetected cloaked units from the opponents perspective. Of course, @Raven pulled through with what looks like a custom map –  Matt Nov 29 '10 at 22:34
    
to be fair, I tried to do it via. a replay of a custom match against a computer player, but the AI liked photocannons too much. –  Raven Dreamer Nov 29 '10 at 23:15
    
I trivially knew the answer, but I wanted a better answer which had pictures, and since I wasn't at my home computer I put the comment so someone else would put the picture up. Its easy for things like this to be misreported on wiki's (Infestor Range being a prime example) and its best if we have first party information. –  tzenes Nov 30 '10 at 2:41
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Resorath and the wiki are correct; Dark Templar indeed are cloaked while warping in.

In this screenshot, the two sentries ignore the Dark Templar during it's warp in: alt text

But once we add a Raven to the mix, the sentries switch their focus to the templar soon after the warp in initiates: alt text

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Good screens, dark templars warping in via a warp prism into the back of your base is pretty annoying, especially since a deployed warp prism is still considered "flying". –  Resorath Nov 29 '10 at 21:30
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According to this they cloak while warping in.

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