Mythological & Pop Culture References in Dota 2

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  2. Cowarj says:

    Something else you can add is that Heart of Tarrasque comes from the D&D monster the Tarrasque http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarrasque_(Dungeons_%26_Dragons) , which in turn comes from the french legend of the Terasque http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarasque .

  3. Pro says:

    Moar plz

  4. neko says:

    You missed Sand King is based on the short story http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandkings_(novelette) and/or the Outer Limits episode based on the story.

    • Hoh says:

      We are already preparing second part of this little story, so we will add all other heroes and items we can find that are connected with some interesting facts. But, thanks for letting us know and helping us.

    • Gryphon says:

      I greatly appreciate your comment, I could use all of the bits and pieces of information that people send our way. I’m going to hopefully make this into a weekly series!

  5. suppa says:

    More to come ? :)

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