Backdooring in DOTA
March 26, 2013 7:09am CST
Just this afternoon, we had a 4v4 pub game match in a nearby internet cafe. Then I was acting as the captain on my team and I decided to backdoor on of the tower of the enemy. Then our rivals started shouting and mocking our tactic. They said it was something cowardly and a disgraceful act. But as for me and my team, its a strategy . What do you think?
29 Mar 13
Well, that is cowardly, or other people say like *gaay* or whatever, cos it isn't fair, anyway it's still depends on how you play, a cheater type or, a fair type, Backdooring is one of the most annoying act on playing dota, that is why they really hate those type of person -.-
29 Mar 13
If you try to search it in the net, if the rule of the game is pretty silent, then backdooring is allowed. Most tourneys are even quoting it as a strategy. Furthermore, you cannot just backdoor enemy towers if you do not have sufficient amount of damage.
29 Mar 13
Go ahead on what you want to do, There are just some people Loves what your doing, and there are person Doesn't Love what your doing, that's it, Do whatever you want as long as you didn't hurt somebody else, GoodLuck and GodBless! Enjoy Backdooring
6 Apr 13
Backdooring tower means you hit the tower without support from creeps, CMIIW If it's true, the tower should have somekind of backdoor protection, you know, it will regenerate it's hp and it is omg fast... But dude, if you have enough amount of attack so you can destroy that regenerating tower, then it's legal... it don't violate any rules..... but maybe cause a hatred and anger in opponent team haha, they wont pay respect to you haha
7 Apr 13
I think so too. I just find those people complaining about backdooring pretty ignorant to the game mechanics. Of course I would be stupid to backdoor it if I do not have any damage but rather go for it if its the only way to win and to somehow turn the game upside down. In my previous reply to this discussion, due to desperation, players resolve to backdooring.