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What does it mean to Maynard an SCV in StarCraft or StarCraft 2. It comes up a lot in the casts.

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The Urban Dictionary was clearly not the place to broaden my knowledge. Ew. –  Stuart Pegg Sep 29 '10 at 11:35

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To quote Artosis

Maynard was a pro SC player from USA right when the game came out. He popularized over producing workers in your bases and doing what was called a "Maynard Transfer" each time he expanded by sending 12 scv/probe to the new base. This was shortened to maynard.

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I actually didn't know the etymology until you just asked. Its pretty obvious that people are using it as a transfer, but I had forgotten Maynard used to be a player, and I never even knew that hey coined the vernacular. –  tzenes Sep 15 '10 at 16:38

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