YES ! i would give a good supporter one coin more.
NO ! we dont need something like that
It is a really good idea, i'll support it!
(i love it because i mostly like support heroes...and guess what...Empath is coming!)
Great idea! But I think there should just be a give option in general.
So instead of buying coins and giving people them, you can just use your own to give to them.
this might be a good way to encourage a more friendly ingame environment! Voted yes.
I am against this in many forms, with the community as it is you are more likely to get coins for siding with someone trolling the bad kid on the other team than actually playing well. The sad reality is that in this community if you go 15-0. The other team wont want to be friends with you, let alone give you coins.
So while it may seem like a good idea, it would be abused more than anything way more often than nought
You mean 0-15?The sad reality is that in this community if you go 15-0. The other team wont want to be friends with you, let alone give you coins.
Feel free to explain how as no-one has so far.So while it may seem like a good idea, it would be abused more than anything way more often than nought
I think it's much more likely that this will be a one coin gifted every 5 games thing.
i saw player winning a game 20/0 and giving tipps to their opponent how to do it better next time. i would give this guy +1 coin.
i would NOT give a super hart carry a coin just because his good. else i would spend it on our support who died placing the 30. ward.
++ i dont see any way to abuse it.
Totally agree. It's a good idea and I hope it will increase community's friendly behaviours!
this is a really good idea.
imho you need to change the money to not be yours or noone would use this: then make that you can give more money (like 2 or 3 depending if your team won or not), and only to non-friends players.
I would never give anyone one of my own coins under any circumstances. However I do like the idea of a Man of the Match. So for potential's sake, thumbs up.
Test it first as only on allied team, you can coin your teammates, but not the other team -> No fear of game throwing.
Normal pub is already carry heavy in the lower tier so I think this wouldnt really have an effect on pickings.
Think of a situation where you are going TMM with 3 friends, you'll get the random russian. So many bad randoms ruining 4+1 teams, so pressing a big TY-button would really be the proper way to thank one that can actually play. Also showing how many "TYs" one has got in the status sheet would be awesome.
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i like the idea, but i think a lot of ppl will abuse this :/
otherwise thumbs up for good idea!
"HoN is not a game for beginners!"
As much as this seem like a new thing, it isn't needed, nor would it improve anything. It's like adding a clown costume to every hero and not only devour. Something that can, but doesn't need to be implemented to the game.
I vote No, and am surprised how many people want to turn HON in to something not HON related.
MothGod: "...according to BeetlePunk and You, Macrohard - BeetlePunk didn't lvl up stun, which make him an offender. ...if someone will go DShaman and wont lvl up heal, it means i can report him ?"
[S2]MacroHard: "...I'll leave it at that. In order to protect the user's privacy I only repeated what he had already admitted to: the purpose of not getting stun was to punish his teammates..."
BeetlePunk: "...If there is something that i would HIDE in this story that could lead to finally answering why was i banned, i give my permission to expose it."
[S2]MacroHard: "All questions have been sufficiently answered." TOPIC LOCKED
Good idea, more coinz to supports eyy
[Interface] Improvement for friendlist.
time to BUMP
When i first see the topic name, i thought it would be more like, a thanks button in forum for mod/guide developers. So they get coin for their efforts as a support for their mod.
I'm pretty sure that people will not give any coin to anyone, but your idea is cool because it will work as a motivation to all the players
It's not logging in? WHAA?!