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I hope 5v5 fight scenes in DotA 2 is not just a huge mess of effects where you have no idea of what's happening like HoN.
To be honest, I cant picture a 'better' version of DotA that looks any different from HoN.Quote from: Land[of]Death^ on November 27, 2010, 11:17:15 AMI hope 5v5 fight scenes in DotA 2 is not just a huge mess of effects where you have no idea of what's happening like HoN.I hope heroes are easier to find than in DotA. I still cant pick out some heroes inside a sea of creeps.
HoN has the shortcut keys for spells set to Q,W,E,R by default for all heroes, rather than the utter mess in DotA And IIRC they are completely customizable.
PS - Rav bigger smileys like the ones on GLK, cant see these
As for HoN being a simple graphical update of DotA, I have to say I disagree. IMO, one thingthat makes HoN totally worth the upgrade over WC3 DotA is the improved netcode. After playing HoN, DotA is simply unplayable to me. DotA on LAN feels extremely laggy compared to HoN @200-250 ping on an European server over my craptastic 512 kbps connection.
It's the same now in DotA. 'Warkeys', 'DotaKeys' are but a few examples of easy-to-use software to customize hotkeys. You can even create your own script without any other software. (I don't know exactly how to do the latter though, I took someone elses)
Yea true, but you know how third party software is who knows what kind of keylogger or something might come in it :S
Another noob question about HoN have you got to unlock any new characters or already available characters or items etc. for that matter?Also another valuable improvement would be to make LAN play possible HoN and LoL lacks it right?
Ok, let me ask you a question. Why do you trust Garena? What if it's some weird client which does nothing but put viruses into your PC?It's because it's well known right? And how did it become well known? From people trying it out, figuring that there's nothing wrong with it, and telling their friends.