MIRACLEOFSOUND VS DOTA 2

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MIRACLEOFSOUND VS DOTA 2

The man, the game, the legend.

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Wow...and I thought I was bad at the game.

Which I am.

Very bad.

Still, an enjoyable watch, though the captions definitely made the game.

I have absolutely no idea what was going on at any point in that video and I loved every second of it.

That exact Naruto theme is pretty dope. Good game regardless, the captions and edits made it extra amusing.

Gav you fucking scrub, get gud, m8!

Just kidding, you were fine.

Possibly.

I wouldn't know, I don't play DOTA.

This is completely priceless. Even better because I didn't have to read a critical miss today.

So I guess the GreyGoo add is not only eating my ability to use the quote function, but my ability to click spoiler boxes as well? Well that's nice...

Anyways, what you should have done to get Gav ready for his big match is make him watch this handy instructional video:

Don´t really get MOBAs. Enjoyed collorfull images and gifs anyway. Nice.

This... this was beautiful. Sure, it was funny, hilarious, clever, etc. But above all, it was beautiful. I thank you for this.

I understood nothing except Ogre Emotional Support Level: 100% moment and how I am curious on what was happening. Can any DOTA2 players explain the weave of the battle, maybe, for people who don't play this game and why that Faceless Void thing was bad (if it was)?

I get the feeling that i missed some of the point because my knowledge of DOTA2 is cursory at best.

Man I haven't played DotA 2 in forever but that was fucking funny. Thank god I spent years of my life playing the first one. It all led up to this.

Gavin, remember your peers when you're full MLG. Remember who helped you.

I love this video. I've never played Dota and I have no idea what's going on but it has Naruto and hysterical Nicholas Cage so I'm sold.

10/10 would bang again.

That was really well edited. Fuckin' funny shit. Good work, guys.

Gav MVP.

"cm are you micro controlling ogree"

Holy shit I lost it at that part. Highlight of the video.

I barely knew what was going on, but lord I'm just too much a pop-culture nerd to not be endlessly amused by those filled-with-gifs gameplay video edits. 'Well' played MiracleOfSound, oh yeah.

I'm pretty sure Ogre has a hidden passive where the more time you spend staring into space and tanking creep waves, the better your multi-cast chances. Legit play from Gav right there.

And dem fat Magina throws. Its not a real game of Dota til someone buys back, TP's into the middle of 5 enemies and dies having done no damage.

Excellent song choice but DOTA 2 is boring as shit to watch.

I hoped Erin had made a cameo (at least facepalming or something). Oh well.

That was slightly less unpleasant than playing DOTA 2.
I would have greatly preferred a comic.

I say more of this!

As someone with 1400 hours+ in DOTA.

Ogre MVP, never seen someone do mad plays like that.

IrenIvy:
I understood nothing except Ogre Emotional Support Level: 100% moment and how I am curious on what was happening. Can any DOTA2 players explain the weave of the battle, maybe, for people who don't play this game and why that Faceless Void thing was bad (if it was)?

The main idea is to escort computer controled creep (the little red or green guys) down one of three lanes to your opponent's base so they can act as cannon fodder for enemy defenses and the opposing creep waves. There's also neutral areas between lanes "the jungle" with optional monsters who aren't on either team but can provide extra income for the player controlled heroes like Ogre, Crystal Maiden and Anti Mage.

Early game is mostly in lanes where each side tries to kill opposing creeps for money and experience as well as to push the lanes towards the enemy base and turrets.
Mid game usually after the first tower or two in a couple of the lanes have been taken has some players start to roam between lanes to help team mates push other lanes and kill enemy heroes for gold and experience.
Towards the end of the game players usually move around in groups to assault each others bases where the three lanes converge.

Faceless Void is a Hero and a Hard Carry meaning he starts out weak but gets a lot stronger when he has expensive items so he usually stays in his lane farming creeps until late game, it's entirely possible to not see the enemies hard carry or your own for most of the game if they're playing particularly passively and not taking any risks.

Someone's talking about dota 2? I must be involved :D

If that was Gav's first game he really wasn't that bad, especially considering most of the other players would have been playing far longer. When I first started I kept getting killed by standing under the towers and losing to the easy AI.

Besides, with all that gormless staring into space and total obliviousness, it was obvious that he was perfectly role playing Ogre Magi's character :D

Edit: oh yeah, I would love to hear a MoS song on dota 2. Dota 2 actually has some great music and I would love to hear what Gav could do in that style.
Also, off topic, to anyone, even if you hate dota, I recommend you check out
'Are we heroes Yet' Its a fun little official comic about some of the minor NPC's in the game and it has a gorgeous artstyle.

I wonder, what was gav doing when he did nothing in the game?

Still, this was great. And yes, I understood all of it. Since you know, I played DotA 2 as well as others like it.

I really wish I understood all of the Dotaness that went on in that video but the captions were well placed and enjoyable. I rate this video Irish Jesus out of 10.

avouleance2nd:

IrenIvy:
I understood nothing except Ogre Emotional Support Level: 100% moment and how I am curious on what was happening. Can any DOTA2 players explain the weave of the battle, maybe, for people who don't play this game and why that Faceless Void thing was bad (if it was)?

The main idea is to escort computer controled creep (the little red or green guys) down one of three lanes to your opponent's base so they can act as cannon fodder for enemy defenses and the opposing creep waves. There's also neutral areas between lanes "the jungle" with optional monsters who aren't on either team but can provide extra income for the player controlled heroes like Ogre, Crystal Maiden and Anti Mage.

Early game is mostly in lanes where each side tries to kill opposing creeps for money and experience as well as to push the lanes towards the enemy base and turrets.
Mid game usually after the first tower or two in a couple of the lanes have been taken has some players start to roam between lanes to help team mates push other lanes and kill enemy heroes for gold and experience.
Towards the end of the game players usually move around in groups to assault each others bases where the three lanes converge.

Faceless Void is a Hero and a Hard Carry meaning he starts out weak but gets a lot stronger when he has expensive items so he usually stays in his lane farming creeps until late game, it's entirely possible to not see the enemies hard carry or your own for most of the game if they're playing particularly passively and not taking any risks.

Thank you very much for the explanation! I thought at first that Faceless Void wasn't a character but some kind of ultimate rare item that other side triggered to change the whole landscape, sort of like a nuke, to make a game instant hard-mode for the other side. On re-watch it made more sense now :)

IrenIvy:

avouleance2nd:

IrenIvy:
I understood nothing except Ogre Emotional Support Level: 100% moment and how I am curious on what was happening. Can any DOTA2 players explain the weave of the battle, maybe, for people who don't play this game and why that Faceless Void thing was bad (if it was)?

The main idea is to escort computer controled creep (the little red or green guys) down one of three lanes to your opponent's base so they can act as cannon fodder for enemy defenses and the opposing creep waves. There's also neutral areas between lanes "the jungle" with optional monsters who aren't on either team but can provide extra income for the player controlled heroes like Ogre, Crystal Maiden and Anti Mage.

Early game is mostly in lanes where each side tries to kill opposing creeps for money and experience as well as to push the lanes towards the enemy base and turrets.
Mid game usually after the first tower or two in a couple of the lanes have been taken has some players start to roam between lanes to help team mates push other lanes and kill enemy heroes for gold and experience.
Towards the end of the game players usually move around in groups to assault each others bases where the three lanes converge.

Faceless Void is a Hero and a Hard Carry meaning he starts out weak but gets a lot stronger when he has expensive items so he usually stays in his lane farming creeps until late game, it's entirely possible to not see the enemies hard carry or your own for most of the game if they're playing particularly passively and not taking any risks.

Thank you very much for the explanation! I thought at first that Faceless Void wasn't a character but some kind of ultimate rare item that other side triggered to change the whole landscape, sort of like a nuke. On re-watch it made more sense now :)

He's a faceless blue cunt who freezes you in time and then beats you to death.

I have no idea what the deuce I just watched. Since Gavin was here, I was expecting a new song, maybe about Critical Miss. I feel gipped.

The Wooster:

IrenIvy:

avouleance2nd:

The main idea is to escort computer controled creep (the little red or green guys) down one of three lanes to your opponent's base so they can act as cannon fodder for enemy defenses and the opposing creep waves. There's also neutral areas between lanes "the jungle" with optional monsters who aren't on either team but can provide extra income for the player controlled heroes like Ogre, Crystal Maiden and Anti Mage.

Early game is mostly in lanes where each side tries to kill opposing creeps for money and experience as well as to push the lanes towards the enemy base and turrets.
Mid game usually after the first tower or two in a couple of the lanes have been taken has some players start to roam between lanes to help team mates push other lanes and kill enemy heroes for gold and experience.
Towards the end of the game players usually move around in groups to assault each others bases where the three lanes converge.

Faceless Void is a Hero and a Hard Carry meaning he starts out weak but gets a lot stronger when he has expensive items so he usually stays in his lane farming creeps until late game, it's entirely possible to not see the enemies hard carry or your own for most of the game if they're playing particularly passively and not taking any risks.

Thank you very much for the explanation! I thought at first that Faceless Void wasn't a character but some kind of ultimate rare item that other side triggered to change the whole landscape, sort of like a nuke. On re-watch it made more sense now :)

He's a faceless blue cunt who freezes you in time and then beats you to death.

And when he's not freezing you and everyone around you literally, he also "dodges" damage. No, he doesn't "evade" or "not get hit". He gets hit and doesn't give a shit, because time magic or some shit.

Just felt that needed adding since wc3 taught me to shake fists at him. Him and weaver.

Fuck those guys.

Isalan:
I'm pretty sure Ogre has a hidden passive where the more time you spend staring into space and tanking creep waves, the better your multi-cast chances. Legit play from Gav right there.

And dem fat Magina throws. Its not a real game of Dota til someone buys back, TP's into the middle of 5 enemies and dies having done no damage.

I legit have no fucking idea what any of that meant.

Darth_Payn:
I have no idea what the deuce I just watched. Since Gavin was here, I was expecting a new song, maybe about Critical Miss. I feel gipped.

Here you go:

Grey is a dick
Give him a kick
He says he's just blunt
But no, he's a cunt

War_Dyn27:

If that was Gav's first game he really wasn't that bad, especially considering most of the other players would have been playing far longer. When I first started I kept getting killed by standing under the towers and losing to the easy AI.

It was my first ever game against other people. I got like, 6 kills in the next one.

TLDR: Grey's a douchenozzle.

Don't play DOTA2 so I found this hard to follow, but good job I guess.

Dota 2 is pretty much LoL, right? Yeah, I got all these references 100%. Nice video, too. Easy to see the route to MLG status.

MiracleOfSound:

Isalan:
I'm pretty sure Ogre has a hidden passive where the more time you spend staring into space and tanking creep waves, the better your multi-cast chances. Legit play from Gav right there.

And dem fat Magina throws. Its not a real game of Dota til someone buys back, TP's into the middle of 5 enemies and dies having done no damage.

I legit have no fucking idea what any of that meant.

Darth_Payn:
I have no idea what the deuce I just watched. Since Gavin was here, I was expecting a new song, maybe about Critical Miss. I feel gipped.

Here you go:

Grey is a dick
Give him a kick
He says he's just blunt
But no, he's a cunt

[insert standing ovation here] YES!!! That's just the pick-me-up I needed today. Thank you, Gavin! BTW, reading it in Soundwave's voice makes it so much funnier.

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