*Update: Unfortunately Blizzard has taken action against MPQ editing with the release of HotS, making modding no longer possible to achieve. I’m leaving my content up as a testament to the past and the time and effort I put in to this, but please do not attempt to replicate these mods any longer.
Welcome to StarCraft 2 Customisation. This is a website with the primary focus of developing modifications for the players of SC2 to make the game more enjoyable and entertaining in areas that Blizzard have no real interest in implementing new features for us any time soon. While it can be tricky to get the hang of at first, all going well you should have a fairly good understanding of how the work I do is done after you’ve had a read of some of my releases and will be able to do all sorts of new things for yourself.
So far, I’ve written guides on things such as changing the looks of ingame models, the textures, sounds, languages, background pictures and even fonts. If you’ve got any new ideas or would like to learn something I may not have explained throughout the guides, feel free to ask. My main interest for this website is to help the SC2 community make the game look how they want it.
I’d also like to make it clear that anything I release is purely for entertainment. In no way do I support abusing MPQ editing to gain an advantage over other players in-game and have no intentions on releasing anything of such potential. If you’ve come here looking for ways to exploit MPQ editing, you’ve come to the wrong place.
This website is still fairly new. I’m still transferring all my work over from my old Blogger website and trying to improve on things, so expect minor changes to the website every now and then. Obviously I’d greatly appreciate any suggestions as to how you’d like the website to look also, so feel free to email me if you notice anything I can improve on.
For now, I hope you enjoy some rather lengthy reads such as this one, and learning more about how StarCraft is made.