IAS stood for Innate Attack Speed in DotA, which is described as BAT or Base Attack Time in HoN. IAS more commonly refers to Increased Attack Speed in HoN, though some still use it to describe Innate Attack Speed.
EDIT: I have been corrected by ElementUser; IAS has always stood for Increased Attack Speed, even in DotA.
Last edited by Tripwyr; 02-11-2010 at 09:05 PM.
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I think a description of the game modes (like the descriptions of hero roles) would help newer players. :>
Last edited by Siyana; 02-14-2010 at 07:00 PM.
Add "Sighted" to the effects: it means you can see the target (Ramp charge, Succu ulti, etc.)
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