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Thread: [Suggestion] Being able to drop your own items out of an allied hero's inventory!

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    Exclamation [Suggestion] Being able to drop your own items out of an allied hero's inventory!

    Just realized this. As title says, just had a game where a guy of us proceed to feed the shit out of the enemy team... so far so well, we were still winning. As if it wasn't enough, he started to sell his few items, and took our mid's bottle, and later on took our big items out of the chicken..
    What do you guys think? Is this a valuable solution? Give some feedback, and show Valve that you want it implemented!

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    Like this idea.

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    This does seem like a really good solution. There are a few edge cases that people could grief with this (Pool an ally regen, make them drop it in a random spot. Feed a DR, make an ally trying to bring it back to base keep dropping it to ensure enemy gets it), but I think it would ultimately be beneficial, to stop other from griefing in game, and to make it easier to get stuff back quickly (Give a guy a bottle, rather then wait around for him to hand it back, just make him drop it)
    Last edited by Drkirby; 06-26-2013 at 12:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fletcher View Post
    Just to clarify, there was never any "win rate" calculation. Ever. It is true that a goal of matchmaking is to make even teams. The matchmaker also will raise your Elo and try to put you in players of equivalent skill, which indirectly tries to get the win rate to 50%. However, it has never looked at your historical win rate and put you in a game where it knew that you were expected to lose.
    Is every post on this forum about the Dunning-Kruger effect?

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    They could implement this into "disable help" function, or make it available as an follow-up option.

    Whenever you press disable help, that certain team mate is not allowed to interact with your items excluding the courier.

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    Anything to help combat the trolls is welcome.

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    +1

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    Since people do also hide items in the map, how about an ability which pings the location of all items dropped that belong to you, anywhere on the map?

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    not being able to take items that cost more than 200 gold except bottle would be a nice solution too

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