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[Suggestion] Right Click Deny

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  • [Suggestion] Right Click Deny

    Should have an option.

  • #2
    hm?

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    • #3
      sounds complicated to code and potentially annoying for those who are new (aka click it at the wrong time your hero moves to the creep)
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      • #4
        I think it would be good as setting, if you couldnt pick though it would be annoying

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        • #5
          I donīt like this. You should put extra effort into denying. It makes it too noobfriendly. Denying is for pros! But seriously, its just not dota-like imo ;/

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          • #6
            There's no extra skill in having to push 2 buttons instead of 1 to deny, its just tedious

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DBX_5 View Post
              sounds complicated to code and potentially annoying for those who are new (aka click it at the wrong time your hero moves to the creep)
              Well it would be a setting, hence an option for beginners who may stay away from it and experts who may prefer it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dutch_Freak View Post
                I donīt like this. You should put extra effort into denying. It makes it too noobfriendly. Denying is for pros! But seriously, its just not dota-like imo ;/
                I think you are mistaken. Having to press two buttons just makes it tedious. I suppose they should remove the shop keyboard button as well, since it makes it too noobfriendly.

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                • #9
                  I doubt 'experts' would prefer it since it is not in dota 1.

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                  • #10
                    As long as its an option and not mandatory, I think it's a very good idea. Being elitist over a+click is silly -- this game has a plenty high learning curve and skill cap without tedious extra button pressing.

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                    • #11
                      It could be a good idea to test it, i think it should be off on default tough.

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                      • #12
                        i think this could be more confusing than noob-friendly. you right click to move, and that is extremely important obviously, I don't think the right click needs to serve another role.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dota2Cast View Post
                          i think this could be more confusing than noob-friendly. you right click to move, and that is extremely important obviously, I don't think the right click needs to serve another role.
                          Yeah, imagine new players failing to rightclick the creep, their hero will suddenly move towards that area potentailly killing him. I don't have strong feelings regarding this topic, but rightclick might backfire.

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                          • #14
                            right click already serves to attack, i dont think this makes it confusing at all

                            Originally posted by Chairraider View Post
                            Yeah, imagine new players failing to rightclick the creep, their hero will suddenly move towards that area potentailly killing him. I don't have strong feelings regarding this topic, but rightclick might backfire.
                            players using right click to attack creeps or heroes already face this same risk, not really a concern for them imo
                            Last edited by blaow; 09-17-2011, 05:19 PM.

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                            • #15
                              but still, imo there needs to be this difference between choosing to deny something on your team, and choosing to attack something. Also I think this opens up another question because if you can right click deny creep, can you right click deny towers and heroes? and for heroes, during a teamfight where everything is going crazy, it wouldn't be too tough to accidentally right click an ally who is low and has a dot on them.

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