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Das bedeutet, welche Dota 2 Icefrog GebГhr immer fГr. - NavigationsmenüSeitdem hat sich die Karte stetig weiterentwickelt. IceFrog, one of the developers of the original DotA mod and currently working on Dota 2 posted about The International on Twitter. If you’ve played DotA (the first one) there’s a high chance you’re familiar with who IceFrog is. The developer has played a crucial role in the original Warcraft III mod that eventually grew into Dota 2. IceFrog (born or ) is the pseudonymous lead designer of Defense of the Ancients and Dota 2. His involvement with the series began in , when he inherited the reins of DotA Allstars from "Neichus", who himself inherited it from Steve "Guinsoo" Feak. . The latest tweets from @IceFrog. Icefrog created DotA, then was hired by Valve for Dota 2 a decade later. But, no one has answered.. how much do they make from their original idea now that DotA is a massive and successful game, both for fun and competition. #4. No link spamming or signature advertisements for content not specific to Dota 2. No Dota 2 key requests, sell, trade etc. You may not create multiple accounts for any purpose, including ban evasion, unless expressly permitted by a moderator. Please search before posting. One thread per issue.
The conspiracy goes deeper. Actually Yames is Icefrog, and the reddit post was just a coverup! Wake up sheeple! Add to all the other proof.
This is actually the first bit of legitimate evidence I've ever seen. All it takes is a minor lack of composure to expose the grand lie.
Ladies and Gentlemen: We got him!! If bruno comes up and tells everyone that he was icefrog all the time, i still would have doubts about it.
Does anyone know if this theory is known to the chinese community? I wonder if they have any ideas who icefrog is.
Bruno got a job at Valve last year so He was a manager of EG for long long time. Aren't we all some part of Icefrog. Always when I watch a tourney I imagine Icefrog sitting in twitch chat and spamming OSfrog with us.
IF Bruno is an Icefrog, this game is DAMNED, like that guy cant be someone that important and responsible. There's a thread floating around with a ton of "evidence" supporting this theory, and Bruno's friendships not to mention the respect he's given among even veteran players make him the obvious person to be Icefrog.
It's not an open secret. It's a pretty out there theory really. It makes so little sense for someone who was always in the shadows to suddenly come into the spotlight at TI3 TI2 and not expect to get exposed somehow through some kind of accident or something.
Not to mention if you look at the things he's said and some of the interviews done for example at TI3 he speaks in a way that just wouldn't make sense if he was actually Icefrog.
Like in that video how at he talks about meeting John Lowrie and Ellen Mclain for the very first time.
He seems very genuine saying that and if he was Icefrog, it's highly likely he would've already met them some time ago, even if anonymously while they were doing the initial voice recording for the game.
Also how we know Bruno spent months living in Sweden. Knowing how Valve works, with everyone in the same building, it would be very bizarre for him to be so far away for such a long time.
To be fair, one would assume a privacy conscious person like Icefrog would always use a VPN. Especially since he uses Skype, and skype until very recently had a vulnerability that could leak your IP.
Oh I don't believe they're the same person either. I'm just saying that IP logs probably wouldn't be very reliable regardless.
Was he always that privacy conscious or did it develop over time, and reaction to a rabid community?
It actually makes perfect sense for someone who's so secretive to come in and immediately become accepted by pros and panelists alike.
Icefrog has always been a secretive person; no pictures, no personal details, and not a ton of communication about his daily life.
Panelists are professionals, and if Icefrog wanted his identity kept a secret they'd be happy to oblige, I think.
Icefrog is an immensely special case - remember, S2 approached him before Valve but weren't willing to give him total creative control, so he refused to give them the rights to make Dota 2.
I'm assuming Valve were willing to give him the rights, and were also more than happy to have him work remotely I believe Bruno was a CS professor in Argentina before he worked for Valve?
I could be wrong about this though. They saw an opportunity to make any investment they had to make back, and as a successful business they did it.
It's likely Bruno did meet the voice actors for the first time, and even if he is Icefrog with control over the voices themselves he'd probably still be a little star-struck to meet with the man and woman behind them.
Icefrog's main role at Valve is probably balancing dota. He doesn't need to be a good artist, or a genius programmer - he's an amazing game designer who's managed to keep a game alive for almost a decade now.
In , a dispute arose between IceFrog and Pendragon , the maintainer of the de facto community hub DotA-Allstars.
Pendragon, who had recently been hired by League of Legends developer Riot Games, was charged with using the site to promote his company's upcoming product, while IceFrog was accused of developing the game Heroes of Newerth with S2 Games.
Also in , IceFrog was contacted by Valve , who had become interested in Defense of the Ancients and its future. After receiving a tour of their offices, IceFrog was hired and began work on Dota 2.
A persisting rumor is that IceFrog's real name is "Abdul Ismail". In late , an anonymous person posted a defamatory article called "The Truth About IceFrog: Behind the Bullshit" , which has been termed "false" unofficially and "fake" by Valve representatives.
A common theory is that it is pure libel, written by Pendragon after his falling out with IceFrog. Completed WCAA Winter Challenge Cup Huya Winter Invitational BTS Pro Series S4: SEA Perfect World League S3 Div.
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I would love for their to be a documentary made about DOTA and its roots till now. Theres a great idea for someone out there ;.
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