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#1 AngelicPretty


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Posted 13 January 2011 - 02:24 PM

So messing about Nova GvGing i thought "hmm be cool if we could enter buildings and even run up top to roof and fight."

Now i dueled roof tops across nova b4 as Druid dashing one to other and was great fun.


Make a new map or even just use Nova i guess.
Make more buildings able to be entered into and even some with steeps/ramps in side to get on roof tops.

Not sure of the point of the battle - like flags or what rly. mb capture flag carry one end town to other.

But be fun close quarter fights in side buildings and out in streets.

say it was based on Nova. there many streets on that map and if you add inside pathways up buildings across roof tops and into other buildings could make for lots of paths to get around enemy and harder for one team to AoE blockade.

Make buildings so high AoE cant drop there skills down onto street below.

I guess even a smaler scale version could be used for FoC mb or a huge version for SvS.

Not knowing what/who around corner as you race along coridors, halls, side streets and allyways could be fun.

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#2 Nadesh


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Posted 14 January 2011 - 04:04 AM

Yes, i agree, the game need a few battlegrounds in closed spaces or in a town/city enviroment, or industrial.

But they should solve the problems with attacks going through walls first.
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#3 Leash


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Posted 14 January 2011 - 04:34 AM

that would be awesome... mhh small alleys with just one way to go.
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but wouldnt it lag like it lags when doing gvg in citys (like alban)
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