Do auras from your items affect you?

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nevets04

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06-10-2010

On items that say something like "Gives 10% attack speed to nearby allies" will that also give you that 10% attack speed?

Off topic, but if anyone knows: How soon is the voice chat supposed to be added?


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Hakairyu

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06-10-2010

Yep. There's also a little extra on aura stacking, I'll quote it from the sticky.

Quote:
Q: How do item auras work together?

A: If you and a teammate both have the same item, you will be affected by the aura twice. As an example, at the start of the game you purchase Mana Manipulator. This item gives a mana regeneration to yourself and allies nearby. If you were to go with a teammate who also purchased Mana Manipulator, both of you would be affected by this aura twice.

However, if you had a third teammate that did not have the Mana Manipulator they would only be affected by one aura.

Note that you can be affected by the same aura at most twice. Once if you have it, once if a teammate has it.
Oh, and, I'm not too sure about the voice chat thing, sorry.


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colloquial

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06-10-2010

About voice chat:

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Originally Posted by Gamespy
QUESTION: And finally, for the future -- are you guys thinking about things like voice chat, or spectator mode, or replays?
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Originally Posted by Marc Merrill (Tryndamere)
ANSWER: Those will not launch at the start of Season One, but they will be introduced during Season One. [Our philosophy here] is similar to our perspective on how we've approached LoL from the get-go: A lot of people would say that they thought certain features were required in order to launch. We disagreed, not because we don't think those things are important, but just because our focus has been on making the game extremely fun, and adding content, and doing a lot of other things that we thought were really important. These other features are important, but for all those things -- from voice chat to spectator mode to replays -- there are some other solutions in place right now. We've had close to 10,000 people joining our real-time livestream, as an example. There's lots of videos on YouTube. Most competitive players have their own voice servers or access to one. So there's a lot of other solutions that help mitigate those problems. Because we update the game so frequently, to create a replay system that would support our content updates requires some special patching technology, which we're now at the finishing stages on. So that's something that will allow us to roll out a replay feature. It'll be exciting when we do it.
From the Gamespy interview featuring Tryndamere and Zileas.