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Found this excellent tool for Dota. Essentially it is an interactive map with some "recommended" warding positions as well as some juke paths and camp boxes. Great tool for learning where to general ward to stop camps and such, as well as good vision.
If you didn't know these positions already, this is a great tool. But if you already know where to ward, then this is a great "Refresher" (Teehee!) as well as some extended knowledge.
Hope this helps, especially for the newer players joining Dota 2.
P.S.: I know it says Guild Wars interactive map, but really it's one for Dota 2 :D
Greetings dear Dota 2'ers!
I do bead "art" and recently begun on Dota 2 heroes.
I've finished Lina and started Sven (even though I've put him on hold a little).
It's difficult since it's like making highly pixelated figures! so details are very ..nonexistent >_<. This will worry me in the future since some heroes may look very alike, but with different colors (Mirana/Luna, Traxex/WR) but... thanks to customization I can change it up sometmes :P I just want the essence of the hero~
My question for you guys...which hero should I do next?!
Can't deciiide... so many sweet babies!
My eyes are kinda set on PA & QoP....... but if you have other hero suggestions with ideas how to, they're welcome!
When I'm done with a few more I'll show! (if you're interested) Lame to only show 1½ ^_^.
Or as they say in Swedish, which Danes understand as: Happy Peeday!
For everyone who enjoys playing random "WTF Mode" with friends or just mucking around, but do not know the cheats and such, here is a great guide I found, showing you how to set everything up, from creating a game with cheats enable to all the cheat commands to make it one hilarious match.
We have witnessed a several DDoS attacks versus the professional organizations during the important matches. Seriously, why would anyone go so far to do things like that?
Oh and yeah, maybe you should read this article about this topic, it could help you out to understand the whole thing.
This is a post following up to my previous one. Basically i'm interested in getting some Anook tournaments started, on a friendly basis. As i understand DotA i figured this would be the best game to pitch the idea! So who would be interested in a friendly tournament to find the best player on Anook? If so how would people want it to be structured? Choose teams or every man for himself? If solo then how would it be structured, random matchups or 1v1. Any thoughts/interest welcome!