Dota2.no Gather Informasjon / FAQ
What is DotA2.no Gather?

Gatheren har som formål å være et bedre alternativ enn matchmaking for skandinaviske spillere. Her skal du kunne spille games som blir tatt seriøst, og hvor du slipper at folk leaver midt i kampen / flamer / ikke kommuniserer. Det er ikke satt noen skillcap på gatheren, det eneste vi forventer, og som kreves for at dette skal være et godt miljø, er at folk oppfører seg ordentlig. Dette er en arena hvor de som allerede er gode kan få et hyggelig sted å spille, og der de som ikke er fullt så gode kan lære av de som er bedre.

DotA2.no Gather er et dugnadsprosjekt av ildsjeler innenfor DotA og DotA2-miljøet. Nettstedet er utviklet av Aleksander Nilssen og Rasmus Rygg Årdal. Gather.dota2.no er en side for alle skandinaviske DotA2-spillere. Hele grunnpilaren er dannet på felles nasjonal identitet.

Kontakt oss: kontakt@dota2.no

Rules

For DotA2.no it is essential with a thorough set of rules, to ensure fair treatment for everybody.

The list of rules is fairly long, but as long as you behave properly, meet up to the games you have signed for within reasonable time, don't go AFK, do not leave games before they're over, and always use the same nick in-game as you have on the gather, you're in no danger of getting banned.

Ved brudd på regelverket vil sanksjonene være alt fra advarsel (mild) til ban (streng). Ban vil si at man blir utestengt fra deltagelse på gather.dota2.no i en tidsbestemt periode i henhold til hvor grov overtredelse var. Personer som gjentatte ganger bryter regelverket vil få strengere bans. Spillere som er veldig aktive og som over tid har fulgt regelverket, vært vennlige ovenfor andre og som viser til at det ikke skal gjenta seg igjen vil få redusert straff.

mIRC
Before LoL, HoN and DotA 2 excisted, DotA was only a custom game within Warcraft 3. There was a lot of players, but due to latency issues, and a lack of proper matchmaking systems, DotA communities started growing on IRC. In the Northern countries, the biggest of those communities was without doubt #DotA.no, where there was an average of 88 games, 880 players, per day, from the day the bot was launched, till it was taken down. At most, there was over 400 concurrent users in the channel, and daily over 2000 unique users. Today the channel is retired, but a fraction of the users still remain in the newer #DotA2.no channel. As an active player, I would very much suggest you use IRC, so that you are able to communicate directly with other players and admins.

We are located #DotA2.no @ IRC.Quakenet.org

IRC and Quakenet Guide (Bot-commands is not active)

TeamSpeak3

TeamSpeak3 is a Voice over IP (VOIP) program mainly made for gamers, similar to Ventrilo and Mumble. We do not require you to use TeamSpeak, but there is no doubt that a team who uses voice communication has an edge over a team using text-based communication, as it is faster and more precise.

DotA2.no has their own teamspeak3server;
Server: ts.dota2.no
Password: suits

Download TeamSpeak3

FAQ

What is readd?
When someone does not show up for a game (within 5 minutes) people will start asking about readd. In this case readd means to cancel the game and sign up on a new game. To cancel the game you have to Report: "Kanseller runde" on the same page where teams got generated (Se matchinfo). The person who did not show up will ofcourse get banned if someone banrequest him.

What is commends?
For every fifth game you play on in this InHouse you'll recieve 1 commend to give away. The intention of commends is to promote good behavior. You can give a commend to whomever you'd like, but we recommend you to give it away to persons who contribute and have a nice attitude. You can only give 2 commends to one person.