Have you ever thought about what would happen if Dota 2 and LoL (League of Legends) meet together? So, thanks to a cool community mod called “Dota 2 but League Heroes,” we got a sneak peek at this crazy mix-up!
Dota 2 and LoL Meet: League Champions Mod in Dota’s World: A Look Inside
This mod changed 28 League of Legends characters to look like their Dota counterparts. It’s a crazy mix of characters to play as Teemo as Meepo, Nami as Naga Siren, or Lina as Annie.
Dota 2 and LoL Meet: Experience from a Streamer: RossBoomSocks Jumps In
Buba “RossBoomSocks” Corelli, a well-known League of Legends streamer, tried out this mod during one of his shows. What did he do? As he played Dota with the mod, he said, “All of these characters look weirdly better than they do in League!”
Dota 2 and LoL Meet: Tower Troubles and Ability Challenges are two big differences.
That RossBoomSocks saw, the League heroes’ heights didn’t quite match up with the Dota 2 walls and buildings. Annie, for example, wasn’t tall enough to be in the animated picture of Dota. Even with these problems, the mod let players use Dota items to handle League of Legends champions, which made the game more fun.
Gameplay Tips: Moves and tibbers that are like Flash in Duplicate
RossBoomSocks compared Dota’s Blink Dagger to League’s “massive Flash spell” while he played. He even tried out some Dota items. For example, he used the Refresher Orb to call up not one but two tanky Tibbers. That being said, he also said that using targeted skills in Dota 2 was harder than in League.
Thoughts on Creative Freedom: A Touch of Sadness
RossBoomSocks showed some sadness near the end of the movie. He couldn’t help but think about how much League of Legends could be used. What if it let you be as creative as Dota 2 players do with their unique lobby themes and arcade modes? The mod made him think of all the cool things that could happen in the world of League of Legends.
Dota 2 and LoL Meet: A Sneak Peek at What Might Have Been
There is no longer a “Dota 2 but League Heroes” mod on Steam Workshop, but videos like RossBoomSocks’ exploration bring the trip to life. It gives us a taste of what could be: League of Legends that appreciates the freedom of creative mods that add new aspects to the game play.
See the Adventure: RossBoomSocks Checks Out the Mod
The mod can’t be used anymore, but you can still watch RossBoomSocks’s exciting journey through the magical crossover adventure. Take a look at SLOT DEPO 10K to see how this one-of-a-kind experiment took some unexpected turns.