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    Show Lasthits/Denies and Items of Friendlies in the Scoreboard

    Pretty much what the title says. Why would this be interesting? If you're laning with a partner you can easily find out how many hits you're missing in general (regarding the last hits). In League of Legends I also typically use the last hit information to judge how other lanes are doing and can adjust for that.

    The items of friendlies is information you basically already have by clicking on a friendly hero but I think in the scoreboard it would be easier visible. Again it would be a simple way of judging how well the whole team is doing.

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    +1 it shows in watch game
    but not in my game

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    Hmm. I can't come up with a good reason why not. I think it is fine now. But it won't hurt me if this got implemented.

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    The only con I see to this is the possibility of people flaming one another for not having a substantial amount of last hits by the XX minute mark, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeiOwnedU View Post
    The only con I see to this is the possibility of people flaming one another for not having a substantial amount of last hits by the XX minute mark, etc...
    It also tells me a lot of info like is my team getting any farm. If I see say Sniper playing and he has shit farm that means that his lane is hard or he sucks. And I will know that he is underfarmed so I wont rely on him allot. I think that there is no reason for us not to see their Last hit/ deny

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeiOwnedU View Post
    The only con I see to this is the possibility of people flaming one another for not having a substantial amount of last hits by the XX minute mark, etc...
    This happens already

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    Also the team farm comparison graph would not hurt (+1) :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Andrei View Post
    Also the team farm comparison graph would not hurt (+1) :P
    I don't have strong feelings about this either way but I think it would be awesome to see it after the game without having to download the replay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsuhiko View Post
    I don't have strong feelings about this either way but I think it would be awesome to see it after the game without having to download the replay.
    This.

    And +1 to OP

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeiOwnedU View Post
    The only con I see to this is the possibility of people flaming one another for not having a substantial amount of last hits by the XX minute mark, etc...
    Yeah, I already feel bad enough for new friends I try to introduce to the game. God forbid they don't have battlefury by 15 minutes, because they're getting flamed to hell and back. Adding a CS counter to it would only make it worse.

    I already can tell how my teammates are doing by checking the clock, their gold, and their items. And if I'm playing competitively with friends, they let me know how they're doing so we can swap lanes, gank, etc.

    This feels like adding the KDR stat to me, it might be a nice way to flaunt your superiority at times, but would lead to more grief than good.
    Change has kept DotA alive, evolving, and improving since 2002. And now DotA has an entire new engine at it's disposal, with infinite new capabilities.

    So why are there so many DotA fundamentalists/conservatives that oppose new features, options, and information?

    Embrace the change.

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