LoL after Dota


 Topic: LoL after Dota
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  Posted on September 23, 2017 23:16
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Hello guys, so I gave a try to both of these games, First dota 2: It was a great experience, developing playing abilities with pudge or ursa, hooking enemies or giving them tons of physical damage, I couldn't help playing all day long. Finally i deleted because of my addiction to it. Then i downloaded LOL which could not meet my expectations after dota 2. The tower seemed a weaker object, which could be destroyed by heroes of lvl 5 (people were playing on farming at this level in dota). the overall graphics was pretty dull, animals looked like stones, creeps were weird ( while creeps were like orkes or goblins in dota). limited number of heroes, which were typical and not special in any ways. These were my impressions after dota 2. how can I take to LoL? :(
  Posted on September 23, 2017 23:37
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Dota 2 is way more complex than LoL, once you understand how to play it correctly you won't be satisfied with something simple as lol
  Posted on September 24, 2017 03:32
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As a Dota player I'm here to say that I'm disgusted of you.
Playing LoL? I have literally lost all respect for you. /s
  Posted on September 24, 2017 06:49
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LoL's a much more simple game, it all comes down to what you prefer at the end of the day.
  Posted on September 24, 2017 07:36
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IchigoZangestsu wrote:
As a Dota player I'm here to say that I'm disgusted of you.
Playing LoL? I have literally lost all respect for you. /s
Hahah a try never kills a man, I stayed a dota fan at last and will never play LoL again I think
  Posted on September 24, 2017 13:20
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are you retarded?how can you play dota? kys
  Posted on September 24, 2017 13:39
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Predator97 wrote:
are you retarded?how can you play dota? kys
What do you think against dota? what is the advantage of lol? I can't see anything more but easiness with my experience
  Posted on September 25, 2017 05:57
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Well the thing is, dota is a super complex game, and after playing it there wont be anything that could fill that gap in your soul. if you have only played 2 heroes, trust me you are at the top of the iceberg. i would say that event pros fully understand the game yet.

if you have an addictive personality, you either learn to live with it our fail as a human being. if it is not games it could be anything. rrss, games, drugs, party's.. etc

  Posted on September 25, 2017 18:23
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franpapa wrote:
Well the thing is, dota is a super complex game, and after playing it there wont be anything that could fill that gap in your soul. if you have only played 2 heroes, trust me you are at the top of the iceberg. i would say that event pros fully understand the game yet.

if you have an addictive personality, you either learn to live with it our fail as a human being. if it is not games it could be anything. rrss, games, drugs, party's.. etc
I have my own priorities and duty that can't be avoided. I played Dota till 6 a.m, then i slept for 2 hours and when i got up to get ready for going to university, I immediately deleted it. It seemed like a monster which would eat my whole semester, however that monster is really nice to me on holidays :)
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