I'm trying to compile a list of common (or at least good) build orders across all three races. Does anyone know of some websites where I can collect this data from? Thanks.

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    How self-serving would it be if I were to list our own site? – Grace Note Sep 2 '10 at 13:46
  • @Grace yes, but I'm looking for other pools of information (some diversity) than here too :) – Bryan Denny Sep 2 '10 at 13:49
  • That shouldn't be necessary if all the info you need is here @Bryan – Ivo Flipse Sep 2 '10 at 14:17
  • @Ivo I'm looking less for descriptions of the build order strategy (which is what those three post primarily consist of), and more of the actual build order list. See this Liquidpedia build as example (click Show beside of Basic Build) wiki.teamliquid.net/starcraft2/… – Bryan Denny Sep 2 '10 at 14:43
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    Builds and openings in Starcraft 2, while well defined, are often the product of "tribal" knowledge. You stand a much better chance of finding the information you want by asking a specific question here. For example "What's a good ZvZ opening into muta?" Which I'm sure someone would mention the Diehilde build. A Stackexchange site has many short comings, but collecting tribal information is actually one of its strengths. If you're looking for a build: ASK for it. If you're looking for a website, well I think you've found one: gaming.stackexchange.com – tzenes Sep 2 '10 at 14:46

Liquipedia is a good one. It lists a number of build orders used by tournament players for the various races. It also suggests what build orders to use in different situations (TvT or TvP). I did find it lacking in in that it doesn't have a lot of build orders for team games.

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  • Liquidpedia has a tradition of only recording established builds and often taking down what they call "stub" builds. Their "stub" builds are really what you are likely looking for, however, they usually lack the information necessary to execute the build. – tzenes Sep 2 '10 at 14:42
  • @tzenes Yes, this is more what I'm looking for, the actual listing of what to build at certain consumed food numbers, etc. – Bryan Denny Sep 2 '10 at 14:45
  • @Bryan then I'd be careful as stub build are usually removed by the moderators. – tzenes Sep 2 '10 at 14:47

SC2 Builds exists for the sole purpose of showing people build orders. In addition, you can use YABOT to play-test the build orders.

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