1. #3921
    Saying DotA 2 has FUCKIIING INSANE AMOUNT OF INFO TO MEMORIZE is an insult to human brain and capability. Commit 1 month extensive study over dota, you will be master on paper. The problem is getting enough experience to execute the knowledge which comes with playing a lot.

    About Russians...At first the Russian players I was playing was great and then it started to fuck up. I, too, sometimes speak my own language in-game chat but when foreign people try to communicate with me I reply in English. This is what Russians are not doing because very few of Russians can speak English. I'm going to say that the players in my country are like Russians. Not because they are trolls, because they just can't speak English. All in all, I prefer to ignore those who resist to communicate or when I'm annoyed by their language instead of racist nerdrages.
    Last edited by Kuntantee; 2012-12-04 at 03:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    Saying DotA 2 has FUCKIIING INSANE AMOUNT OF INFO TO MEMORIZE is an insult to human brain and capability. Commit 1 month extensive study over dota, you will be master on paper. The problem is getting enough experience to execute the knowledge which comes with playing a lot.
    your average human can fail at even smaller pools of information, friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by kronpas View Post
    I play mainly in SEA region, and tell you, its as bad to people unfortunate enough to play in those matchs. Mostly people from Phil (and malay? cant really tell which language is which) who definitely can speak English but choose to speak in their language anyway. Worse, they voice-chat in Phillipino. There were times when I was so pissed of I pulled the mic close to PC speakers and turned max volume. Let them eat their own shiet.
    You know that you can mute anyone you want, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm the Sorrow View Post
    your average human can fail at even smaller pools of information, friend
    Even objects that an average human knows more than what we are talking about. It's all about motivation.

  5. #3925
    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    Even objects that an average human knows more than what we are talking about. It's all about motivation.
    yeah sure, but why would i spend month only on hardcore memorizing dota stuff just to "have fun" (as it is a point in non-competitive gaming)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finear View Post
    yeah sure, but why would i spend month only on hardcore memorizing dota stuff just to "have fun" (as it is a point in non-competitive gaming)
    I was just trying to point out the amount of DotA 2 involves is not that much. I wasn't suggesting it and it's not fun at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    Even objects that an average human knows more than what we are talking about. It's all about motivation.
    so tell me now, why would an average man, who logs into dota2 to "have fun", learn anything about this game?
    Would you suggest people in your yard who play soccer, actually learn ALL the rules?
    The point Im trying to make is, the crowd is big, and the crowd consists of averages.
    Dota22 community also consists of averages.
    Mostly, but not all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    I was just trying to point out the amount of DotA 2 involves is not that much. I wasn't suggesting it and it's not fun at all.
    but compared to other games it is (imo), on your average player level anyway
    i was doing fine in LoL at lvl5 with knowledge about 5 items and 10 champions playing vs lvl 30s
    gl with that in dota
    Last edited by Finear; 2012-12-04 at 03:48 PM.

  9. #3929
    Quote Originally Posted by Wookeh View Post
    I'm in no way exaggerating, what i said happens pretty much every single game. If you choose to play on a EU west (or even east) server you speak what others are speaking, ENGLISH, becuase it's a language the vast majority of us understand and speak ourselves. Not Russian, a language nobody really gives a crap about and hardly anyone speaks outside of Russia. They choose to join our servers, adapt or get the hell out, simple as 1, 2, 3.
    On the contrary, I had a nick with cyrillic characters for a long time. I'm not from Russia, I have never been to Russia. I speak very basic Russian. The amount of baseless hate from people frothing at their mouths once they see someone they think is Russian on the loading screen was ridiculous. People typing "gg retard russian we lost" before the game even started. The times I solo- or duo-queue with a friend, most I ever say is "gl hf" at the start - and "gg" at the end. I don't see how typing "привет" or "хорошая игра" would somehow be massively draining for my team. The notion that some people judge other team mates before they have even seen them play is preposterous to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longview View Post
    On the contrary, I had a nick with cyrillic characters for a long time. I'm not from Russia, I have never been to Russia. I speak very basic Russian. The amount of baseless hate from people frothing at their mouths once they see someone they think is Russian on the loading screen was ridiculous. People typing "gg retard russian we lost" before the game even started. The times I solo- or duo-queue with a friend, most I ever say is "gl hf" at the start - and "gg" at the end. I don't see how typing "привет" or "хорошая игра" would somehow be massively draining for my team. The notion that some people judge other team mates before they have even seen them play is preposterous to me.
    stereotypes, my friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longview View Post
    On the contrary, I had a nick with cyrillic characters for a long time. I'm not from Russia, I have never been to Russia. I speak very basic Russian. The amount of baseless hate from people frothing at their mouths once they see someone they think is Russian on the loading screen was ridiculous. People typing "gg retard russian we lost" before the game even started. The times I solo- or duo-queue with a friend, most I ever say is "gl hf" at the start - and "gg" at the end. I don't see how typing "привет" or "хорошая игра" would somehow be massively draining for my team. The notion that some people judge other team mates before they have even seen them play is preposterous to me.
    russian nick ftw
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  12. #3932
    Quote Originally Posted by Finear View Post
    russian nick ftw
    финеар ;d
    Mine was after an ancient (2004-era) 2ch.ru meme nobody remembers anymore. It fit very well with how me and my friends played the game.

  13. #3933
    Quote Originally Posted by Storm the Sorrow View Post
    so tell me now, why would an average man, who logs into dota2 to "have fun", learn anything about this game?
    Would you suggest people in your yard who play soccer, actually learn ALL the rules?
    The point Im trying to make is, the crowd is big, and the crowd consists of averages.
    Dota22 community also consists of averages.
    Mostly, but not all.
    I don't suggest any new players to learn all information in a month or study the game. I was just pointing out the amount of information is not that big. That's what I was discussing.
    Last edited by Kuntantee; 2012-12-04 at 06:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    I don't suggest any new players to learn all information in a month or study the game. I was just pointing out the amount of information is not that big. That's what I was discussing.
    well yeah, but Im trying to make a point that people who dont invest serious, pro-level efforts into a game, tend to not care/know rules to begin with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    I was just trying to point out the amount of DotA 2 involves is not that much. I wasn't suggesting it and it's not fun at all.
    It requires a lot more memorization than SC2 or any shooter. It's a huge barrier to entry, to get to the point where you aren't going to automatically lose fights/games because you don't even know what every hero does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charge me Doctor View Post
    So, when someone calls you an idiot for dying, you wan't them to be phased to other server? I can't see any trouble, you get flamed on english langauge (not russian), so why do you complain
    No, it's when they expect something from you and communicate in a language nobody gives a shit about and 99.9% of the EU West citizens don't understand. Communication is key, like i said.

  17. #3937
    with the amount of complains regarding russian players and the existence of a RUSSIAN server, i dont see a problem with valve filtering all russian IPs and letting them queue only in the russian server.

    that will end a TREMENDOUS amount of grief in regular pub games

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    Quote Originally Posted by klaps_05 View Post
    with the amount of complains regarding russian players and the existence of a RUSSIAN server, i dont see a problem with valve filtering all russian IPs and letting them queue only in the russian server.

    that will end a TREMENDOUS amount of grief in regular pub games
    I can already imagine the media backlash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klaps_05 View Post
    with the amount of complains regarding russian players and the existence of a RUSSIAN server, i dont see a problem with valve filtering all russian IPs and letting them queue only in the russian server.

    that will end a TREMENDOUS amount of grief in regular pub games
    This has been discussed time and time again, and Valve has confirmed that this will never happen. They want anyone to be able to play with their friends, regardless of their geographic location.

  20. #3940
    Quote Originally Posted by Hermanni View Post
    It really isn't. I've played for a long time and some might think I've forgotten what it was like to be a noob, but I remember what it was like when I started DotA like it was yesterday. I played with some friends, had no idea what was going on but I had a blast and was left hungering for more. I'd learn mostly by playing the game, getting some tips from friends and sometimes reading about DotA related stuff when I wasn't playing. Sometimes I'd have my mind blown from watching a competitive replay of Merlini jungling with Beastmaster like a wizard.
    I remember what it was like to be new, and I don't think I would play this game if I was not already experienced with it. Back when I was new hero arenas were popular and DotA was the new, shiny thing.

    I don't disagree with PizzaSHARK - I think DotA has too high a volume of information for new players. It's this level of depth that makes it fun for those of us who have played for a decade, however, they really could use the addition of tutorials and mentor program.

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