People definitely need to put things in the description; or hell, just use the guild party finder period.
If there's no description, you can always just join the party and talk to the people there. Most of the people in the guild are really cool, so they'll either let you come along for a ride or tell you that they'd rather play with people with more experience, either of which is preferable to facing the horrors of the solo queue alone.
I can't stress that enough, do not play Dota alone. You will only be miserable.
Question does the Litch class stop gaining health at some point? Because I can't seem to get past 101 hp (with blood gear on)
If that's the case that would be a real bummer.
Yeah it seems to be capped around 100 with all blood gear (so maybe 250 HP without -HP from blood?). Also just played as a Lich King with blood gear and had to convert HP to MP whenever I got to around 95-100 HP. I guess it has to be capped somewhere otherwise you'd have a ridiculous amount of HP just from clearing the first area or two.
I think the cap of the linch depends on how many points you have put into the hp upgrade?
I just tested this out. A Lich starts with 35% base HP. They gain HP until they reach the 100% base (i.e. the HP of a Paladin) at which point it stops increasing. Edit: To clarify, yes increasing your HP from the manor will increase the potential of the Lich.
The mana is a little more complicated. I started with a base of 120 (50% of Paladin) and it wouldn't let me increase my mana any more once I reached 350, which depending on how you read it is either 145% of base, or 290% of the Lich's starting pool. Edit again: The cap might be even lower, come to think of it, as I only did a conversion once I was full, so I got the full 50% of max HP (230 specifically) added to my pool. Would require more testing to see if there's a lower-cap for it.
@aishan: I'm just making a post and asking a question. I don't have the time or desire to go through endless podcasts digging up time stamps where it's discussed.
If you don't believe me, or think the press has been on board with used games all along then fine we'll agree to disagree. But I can't help feel you must have been under a rock somewhere if you have no idea what I'm talking about.
If you cannot back up your point that the gaming press has been staunchly anti-used then your question has no merit.