I've not been able to get those things to fire while moving. Besides, my first experience with brood lords was during a 2v1 game with my friend against an zerg ai set to VERY EASY. The ai had ultralisks before my Stargate was even fully warped in. Not to mention the ai only attacked me and completely ignored my friend's base.
Lovely work .. i actually didn't like zerg a lot in SC .. but as soon as i played few games in SC2 as them i knew i was meant to be a zerg player .. if you expand fast and build numerous bases you can dominate the match early on .. Zerk IMO are a very Macro focused race .. if you can manage to keep all your bases harvesting, connected to each other via creep and producing a constant flow of extra larva to build the right units to counter your enemies' units you will have map control and really feel very empowered .. no wonder Kerrigan calls her self queen bitch of the universe XD
Sure, but IMO if you scout him and prepare a dandy Baneling surprise for his Bioball all it takes is 6 to 8 banelings to damage his tightly packed Bioball badly then finish it off with zerglings or roaches (burrowing 3 to 4 banelings in key locations or choke points near you bases helps too in dealing with advancing tanks)
Maybe that's true for 1vs1 .. but i'm still refining my Zerg strategies in 2vs2 and 3vs3 matches and i haven't faced too much trouble expanding before the first 5 mins and harassing with banelings .. so not too much early pressure on my expo/s.. and i played Terran a lot before switching to Zerg .. and like you said they can survive early and even mid game with a single base specially if they play aggressively and even if their zerg enemy has an expansion .. guess its time to go play some SC2 before my Diablo 3 copy arrives XD
Team games in SC2 is ridiculously unbalanced, if you have a team of terrans against you, they can do a 5 min push with 3 rax per terran, extremely hard to counter and more deadly than 3 zergs doing 3 early pool rush.
Yeah i know it can be messy and unbalanced, but it only shows if that team is an arranged/organized team of friends vs a group of random players .. either way team games in SC2 are good for practice without the pressure of 1vs1 games where one mistake could cost you the whole game XD
I always play troll build in teams, and still get into high diamond. I love doing 8 pool and sending just everything with me, takes out the guy guarantee, and then my teammates just back me up with a mass of tier 1 units. They get so mad.