So the Cursed Woods bounty had me take a few screenshots. One because of the clear reference to […]
Ever since I have been grinding Season 6 on a Frenzy Barbarian, I have managed to sight more than a few references to popular pop culture.
Perhaps it is because of this, I have been able to quickly catch specific references.
With Game of Thrones Season 6 out at pretty much the same time Diablo III Seasion VI is released, I have been following both of them.
That pretty much means that I have been reading up on lore for both the game and the series. So, it came as a pleasant surprise when I saw a reference to Gregory Clegane from Game of Thrones in Diablo.
I have been playing Diablo III on and off for the last four years, and have started taking […]
I have been playing DOTA2 for about a year and a half now. Ever since it was available on Steam, and the multitude of patches that came in. For the past 3-4 months, one thing that I have seen in the DOTA2 community is the hype of Techies.
DOTA can be an exciting game, where two teams clash against each other in order to take down the opponent’s Ancient Structure. Often at times, one team works exceptionally well in team fights – perhaps their combinations are better timed, or their heroes have synergies … or they are simply the better players. In which case, they keep winning team fights. This is where Rat DOTA comes into play.
When playing Rise of Nations, one of the concepts in the game are wonders.
One of the wonders that arguably gets rushed is the Terracotta Army. What this wonder gives you is an unending stream of Light Infantry units at regular intervals, the interval is dependent upon the number of units already produced by the wonder. So that over a period of time, the production rate of Light Infantry goes down and plateaus.