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  1. Hey you guys I'm gonna take 5 seconds to shit out my question: how to live LIFE. Please make a 20 page dissertation explaining how to best accomplish this. PROTIP: If a dimwit doesn't put in the effort, neither should you. Don't waste your time.
  2. Right now, you're forced to mouseover if say trying to buy a nullstone's recipe or any other piece of a multi-part item. If I open the dropdown menu from Wingbow, but don't remember how much Snake Bracelet cost, I have to mouseover the item in the dropdown menu if I can't afford it. This is for situations where I want to buy the item, but am missing a small amount of gold. This way I'd just press the hotkey and obtain the information. Also, notice that this becomes even more frustrating if you're using Ctrl to attempt buying just the recipe, adding even more steps to check what the recipe
  3. http://www.heroesofnewerth.com/download https://hon.fandom.com/wiki/Ward_of_Sight https://hon.fandom.com/wiki/Ward_of_Revelation https://youtu.be/XYAAENn7N1I https://hon.fandom.com/wiki/Role
  4. Just make it so every activation of Symbol also lets you select a creep to take over. So if creep takeover is not on cooldown and you just want to use lifesteal, you'll have to cancel the cross sight cursor. Janky but it works. Then you have to add 2 separate cooldown visuals, I suggest you make them in different colors to be easily told apart. Well, good luck. I'm happy I was able to solve this programming dilemma for you. (Not a coder, btw, if that matters.) I'm looking forward to this new and improved Symbol of Rage with retained functionality.
  5. Thing is you don't always seem to get the full amount. Say you have a sub account. Sometimes you get 1/2 of the amount you were supposed to be getting on each account, sometimes the full amount on all the acounts, which seems to be happening completely at random. What is up with that?
  6. There's something deeply humorous about a picture of a barking ape, and then jumping into the hyperbole of wanting to "annihilate" a nation of people by the means of particles and antiparticles colliding with one another. At least he's funny, I'll give him that. And BTW I don't think that's actually bannable going by Frostburn's selective wordfilter.
  7. Considering ElementUser was focusing on Ichor and healers this patch, the item is for supports like Martyr that don't rely on dealing damage and instead survivability. I guess burst heroes like chipper could also benefit though, just use your shit, survive, and then get back into the action, as you wait for charges retreating.
  8. It's really sad when talented players leave or crap on their teammates because they feel entitled to the highest quality standard in a matchmaking queue. I can tell you your lack of humility and respect (which is earned but it doesn't excuse you being a garbage person) is going to bite you in the arse at some point in your life, maybe then you'll have matured. Though I can understand that this community inspires the worst by enabling really shitty people, I genuinely hope you strive for something better than that at least on principle.
  9. This can easily be verified in practice mode, and you're wrong.
  10. - What qualifies as granting assists? Attacking the target or providing auras to the attacker it would seem like - How much gold is gained from assists? Maybe ~1/4 depending what the target is worth? - What if nobody assists? "Assist gold split to team" - Is there a limit to how many heroes can assist? Guess not. - Why is it that Ring of the Teacher appears to sometimes grants assists, and sometimes does not? Tried this in practice and Ring would always achieve an assist if the attacker was in range of the aura.
  11. Thank you, I will strive to my utmost to display better patience and tolerance for the brave individuals on the spectrum who continue to push boundaries in the working field. I have no doubts that this little problem will find its solution, and that we can hope for a better future to those disabled but still capable.
  12. This is actually false and Google goes to great lengths to prevent mass account creation. You will likely be prompted to provide a phone number depending how many accounts get created in your network on average. Lobbies have their own disadvantages. The majority is not going to be able to invest the time into finding people for regular scrims, and those kinds of games usually have no room for beginner's learning. The prime advantage of MMR is the system that matches you with people of your skill level, and allows progression towards being competitive. You didn't have that in lobbies be
  13. Imagine owning a cuck-machine where you can't run whatever the hell you want on it.
  14. There's all the reason. You can't make multiple accounts on the same email address. It takes slightly more motivation and computer know-how to get around that quickly.
  15. I haven't insulted you at all. You are arguing for having the freedom to act anti-social in a video game because it's "fun". Guess what, if you tried to make a case in real life for why punching homeless people is a great activity and how it is everyone's right to do so, you would be equally shunned. Grow up.
  16. Oh, we've absolutely gotten somewhere. We've proved our current matchmaking enables people like you who are anti-social. You're the equivalent of an unstable person who goes to the mall every day and stalls the que for 30 minutes because it provides them the attention and thus enjoyment. Except in a society where consequences are real you wouldn't be able to waste others' time.
  17. I'm saying if, for example, you were to play the DotA 1 equivalent of devourer in lobbies, and consistently sucked with the hero, you'd quickly have made yourself known as "that guy" and get banned on sight. That is the difference between matchmaking allowing anti-social behaviors and actually facing the consequences for ruining the game for 4 other people. Again, fun is a subjective concept. A person with a chemical imbalance in the brain suffering from depression is physically incapable of experiencing pleasure. Similarly a drug addict in a social setting might find some activities enjoyab
  18. There's none, as leaving is not a bannable offense except in situations Frostburn deems as abuse.
  19. You are free to explore your unconventional metas as much as you wish if you have friends that support you in your decisions. Doing so in a solo que where people expect familiar actions they can work with will always impact the rest of the team negatively. They are not expecting bizarre strategies nor can they benefit from this experience just because a one-off miracle worker succeeded at something when most of the time it won't be the time nor place to attempt any such unusual strategy at everyone else's expense. Sure, the examples I've given may not be perfect, but that doesn't change t
  20. If player starts typing 1000 word per minute and can't shut up -> suspension for being disruptive If player enters more than x encounters without a care in the world and accrues more than x deaths -> suspension If player doesn't understand lane mechanics and starts pushing lane to put carry at a disadvantage -> verbal warning -> suspension for repeat offenders If player is repeatedly addressed in chat to cease performing actions that put team at a disadvantage resource-wise -> verbal warning -> suspension for repeat offenders. Know-it-alls can be mitigated by educatin
  21. What HoN doesn't have and desperately needs is moderation against refusal "to improve" or "team cooperation". I'm talking about players who will purposely stick to actions that the team doesn't approve of. For example running around the map underfed being already 0-5 and therefore feeding. See, League has a system against this. Their moderation takes into account certain factors that indicate a player is acting contrarian to what the team expects. 2-3 may start addressing what he does, result: mute everyone, don't do anything that's required to achieve goals, even feed by trying to gank when g
  22. Hilarious. Does count as avoidance of course - "technically". Just imagine any flavor of a dysfunctional bureaucracy where the individual gets maximally boned for the sake of the system that barely does what it was intended to do. Meanwhile, let's remind ourselves our precious RAP is the kind of system where any smurf can realistically access all brackets, feed every lane while pretending to help, and not get banned.
  23. Yeah, you'll get double silver for the whole (or 1.x for a few in consecutive order) URSA set - after you create a helpdesk ticket and ask support to enable it for you.
  24. What escapes you is that Russia is a poverty stricken mafia state where god emperor Putin is worshipped as the highest form of authority. So while that doesn't mean being Russian in itself harms gaming communities, what does is the mentality that's prevalent amongst Russians, which is overwhelmingly sociopathic (lack of empathy - "I can do things to my advantage because your feelings don't matter to me"), low IQ ("diminishing the strength of my team is OK as long as I get dopamine hits from things that benefit me"), and ridden with superiority complex (dunning-kruger effect mixed with ego
  25. Ah, yes. Diversity is our strength! Spoken on a forum with 5 people on it. My heart has truly been embiggened to pour my soul into battling bydlo on a daily basis. I mean, being malicious and refusing to cc, but still doing the basic minimum not to get banned and get your dopamine hits can be considered trying to win, right? Right? Griefers can be a good thing after all. All thanks to the power of diversity, which keeps us going.
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