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Terracotta Army
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on: March 27, 2011, 11:21:27 PM

It's actually pretty interesting.  They don't tent to press when a human team would, but they do go around in groups to kill.

And it can be full of hilarity when one of the bots gets a pentakill.

I'd suggest everyone give it a try and then tell me how horrid of a player I am.

Terracotta Army
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Reply #1 on: March 27, 2011, 11:28:07 PM

Actually, yeah, I keep meaning to post about this, I'm having a ton of fun with it.

It's easy enough that you can play sub-optimal builds and characters, screw around a bit and still win.  It's hard enough that people don't go into holier-than-thou mode whenever someone dies.  And it gives you your first win of the day bonus (which is the only way I get decent IP since they made it dependent on time).  I can play it with noob friends and expert friends without worrying about killing anyone's rating.  It's one of the more fun features I've seen implemented so far.
Terracotta Army
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Reply #2 on: March 28, 2011, 12:57:44 AM

I wish I could play Annie as well as Annie Bot....

Terracotta Army
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Reply #3 on: June 30, 2011, 10:05:38 AM

If you crank it up to the hardest AI its also a great way to learn the joys of what defenses can do cause the NPCs will Stack the piss out of armor and magic resists.

It is a good demostration for newer players how strong some of the defensive items really are.
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