Yes, this would be a nice addition to HoN.
No, this isn't HoN.
Void's really only useful to a few hero classes (e.g. spellcasters) so I figured a recipe might fix that:
Cooldown: 10 seconds
If you would take lethal damage from a spell or an attack, you instead take that much damage minus 2x your agility when Thief's Talisman is not in cooldown. (This reduced damage may still be lethal.)
Void Talisman + Iron Shield + Thief's Talisman Recipe = Thief's Talisman
Void Talisman - $1500
Iron Shield - $550
Thief's Talisman Recipe - $350
The price is right?
Edit: Cooldown decreased to 10 seconds from 25 after thinking about Nullstone.
Last edited by serrath; 12-20-2009 at 03:50 PM.
I think it's a cool idea, but I would never say it should be allowed to be upgradable. I can easily get Nighthound's Agility up to 150, and that would block 600 damage. No no no. 300 would be fine.
I'll go ahead and give it a skeptical yes.
Ok, so no upgrades. Gotcha, had not thought about that blue bastard.
i like the idea and i think the 2050 cost items match what your item dose better, but the cost is to low i think you should throw a recipe in to the cost to bring it up a bit.
Say 350? Make it 2400?
I like the idea of the item, so voted Yes, and T-up
Thanks! 'preciate it!
Useless item in my opinion.
- Void Talisman gives 7 to all stats, 21 in total. Iron shield gives 6 agility. However, this item gives only 18 stats in total. An item should never have worse stats than it's components combined.
- The passive, which won't trigger often, isn't worth an extra 900 gold.
- The passive would be most useful on agility heroes, void talisman is only useful on caster heroes that don't need to attack (void talisman disarms)
The idea would be to make Void Talisman something purchased by many different kinds of heroes. Here, Talisman's activated ability is removed and becomes a lifesaver for agi heroes. Think midgame when agi heroes are often taken down by just one too many hits. This could save you from Zeus's ulti. It's quite useful. It's like a mini-nullstone.
I vote no, simply because you've assumed HoN currency is the Dollar.
More feedback? Anyone?