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Multiple suggested item builds and suggested skill builds.

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  • Multiple suggested item builds and suggested skill builds.

    Would this be helpful?
    Last edited by Panter_d17; 10-17-2012, 10:33 AM.
    Work in progress, feedback appreciated

  • #2
    Helpful, but not neccessary. This seems to be a good idea to bring into the game step by step, but maybe it has a better place under the learn tab. For the moment, I'd suggest improving the suggested items that exist. There's no need to add more builds before the existing one is correct.


    • #3
      I know it should be in learned tab, we asked for that for a while now and i believe it will be implemented. So after that it would be nice to have something like this. And an easy way for shearing them as well.
      Work in progress, feedback appreciated


      • #4
        I completely agree with this, very well made too.
        I would have to add the suggestion to custom and save your own builds like with your items, but that's all.


        • #5
          Absolutely, this will help beginners, and even some advanced players who try new heroes.


          • #6
            Good idea.
            Originally posted by vladhood
            boy im glad all these qualified and educated game designers have come to the forums to help dota 2 grow


            • #7
              The same heroe will be optional played as Push or Support Or Carry??
              Not all of the heroes can do the options should be changed for some of only 2 tabs or even more than 3 its kinda good though.


              • #8
                I do a lot of these mock ups so details aren't always perfect Those are first 3 that i thought of, idea is that you can name your builds as you see fit and they will be saved and possibly tradeable like layouts.
                Work in progress, feedback appreciated


                • #9
                  Just need a button for all players build

                  KEEP IN SHADOWS


                  • #10
                    I hate to compare HoN with DotA (damn rip off artists) anyway, the feature in the build tab to follow a certain guide from an online guide/tutorial site(say mobafire for example) and also the ability to change it to a guide that you like. A good feature for new players I'd say. BUT- Following guides does NOT improve your game. You should be learning to come up with your own builds and item choices based on your knowledge of the game and the situation that you are in. Cookie cutter guides only hold you back. Still I will gladly +1 this.