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Thread: Please make a tutorial about map vision, wards and invisibility detection

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    +1

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    +1.

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    This is a much narrower topic, but still pretty important I agree.

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    Great Idea, very important/useful +1

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    Good ideas.

    Having a section where you have to place a ward up a cliff, to gain vision where you can't otherwise see in order to shoot something, would be good.

    Or placing a ward at runes, and having to grab it within a time when it spawns that would require you to know where it spawns.

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    Agreed. this is minor yet major point ( wth i am talking ).
    We need these tutorial to ease in new player to advanced play

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    +1

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    Yeah, this is ridiculously important. The current tutorials teach the bare minimum basics of the game, but there NEEDS to be a tutorial clarifying the more arcane things about the game such as team compositions, creep stacking/pulling, warding and vision, magic immunity and interactions... I hope you're planning an "advanced tutorial" down the line.

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    Actually, imo map and vision are more important than current tutorials, new players could understand that they should defend towers and dont push without creeps in 2-3 games... Also item building system is quite self explanatory for the most part (at least better then in dota1)
    Importance of map vision and invisibility might quite confuse them for a long time.
    +1

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