I compound the terribleness of that last game into words.
I hate those public matches where your entire team are jackasses you recognize from previous games and they all do the same exact thing you hated them for the last time. I would willingly wait longer to blacklist and avoid playing with some of these people I keep running into.
Small update to the item schema for DOTA2 - Most of the cosmetic items have been moved over to the DOTA 2 Beta/Test/internal, while on the main DOTA 2 one they've added a "test drop item".
Dipshit teams are almost synonymous with queues that have less than 3 players though.
so i did a game today and the enemy team had 4 people with the same clan tag - one of them was a riki. in the list of players that you can view up top and the results screen, his name was something like |DN| Deserrt but whenever he was mentioned in the game(like kills, deaths, etc) his name showed up as IceFrog. His avatar was the one icefrog uses on the dota 2 beta forums(dunno if he uses it on playdota) so I was wondering if I just played a game with icefrog on the enemy team
The hattening is upon us!
It may be closer than you think.
Apparently you can find items.
Guys I'm trading my Unusual Mask of Juggernaut.
S> Unusual Courier with Rainbow Trail
Guys, I think someone said there was going to be a console command/cvar to disable cosmetics if you don't want to see them.
"fastres" = fast respawn
Or who knows, maybe we're both right.
Pretty sure I've heard that line after an early death before, though.
Here a exploration from the menus in the backpack
Oh fuck I just got an item.
It would rock for tournaments as well, so spectators get a simple view and hosts don't have to have stupid "remove cosmetics" rule on their players.
Is anyone else kind of bothered by the lack of video options in this game? On and off shouldn't be my only AA options.
I honestly can't see the problem people have with cosmetic items and why they need an option to turn them off. Dimwits buy them and pump Valve full of money so they can continue updating the game and making more, if you could turn them off, less people would buy them.
I'd be willing to see a Sven with a pink fedora if it was for the greater good.
cosmetics aren't that bad, even in TF2 they are a good thing. They've kept the game alive for years as well as creating the possibility to make money off of the game, it's also very easy to ignore cosmetics since it's not a mandatory thing to have or trade them
I don't think Valve is going to go all out with cosmetics for DOTA this time around. They really milked the system for TF2, in-part because TF2 is a very wide-reaching and casual game.