|All for One|
|Season 3, Episode 12|
|Air date||August 23, 2014|
All for One is the twelfth episode in the third season of StarCrafts.
The episode opens with a medivac flying away from a mushroom cloud. Inside the medivac we see an injured Crackhead, Sgt. Patches and a smoking marauder. A trapdoor abruptly opens underneath Sgt. Patches, dropping him out. Shortly afterwards, his comrades are also dropped. The medivac heals all of their injuries, even regrowing the marauder's arm. Crackhead is alarmed to see a horde of purple zerg approaching their base. Shortly before the zerg reach them, they raise a depot wall. They attack the zerg from behind the depot while an SCV repairs the depot. Sgt. Patches tries to reach the top of the depot by climbing a ladder but falls off the top. He then nearly drowns in a sea of roaches. Suddenly, a medivac evacuates Sgt. Patches. The pilot gives Sgt. Patches a thumbs up. Sgt. Patches falls in love with the pilot and gives her a thumbs up in return, but in doing so lets go of the medivac and falls off, landing behind the supply depot. A roach tries to squeeze in through the side of the depot, but the marauder hits it with the ladder. Suddenly, tanks siege and obliterate all the zerg. Sgt. Patches climbs the depot and sees that all the zerg are dead, save Patchling, who unburrows and destroys the supply depot. An overseer surveys the game results, and compares the zerg losses (many roaches and hydralisks) to the terran losses (one supply depot). The overseer shows little reaction to the catastrophic failure.
A horde of roaches and hydralisks spawn. They approach the terran base but see that the chokepoint is blocked up by many planetary fortresses, supply depots, missile turrets and other buildings. The supply depot wall raises.
- Sgt. Patches
- Smoking marauder
- Medivac pilot
- Planetary fortresses
- The title of this episode, "All for One", is a reference to how all of the zerg were sacrificed to destroy one supply depot.
- It may also be a reference to the three musketeers' motto in The Three Musketeers: "All for one, and one for all".