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SS?

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Kanajos

Senior Member

06-21-2012

I know this is going to sound noobish, but what does SS mean?

I have seen people saying ss, but I have no idea what that means.

I assume it means something like mia.

I have never seen this in the regular game, and people in beta don't seem to know what mia means so I theorize that they mean something similar.


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Artiburd

Senior Member

06-21-2012

It's "miss" without the "mi". Which means it's the same thing as mia.


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Kanajos

Senior Member

06-21-2012

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Artiburd:
It's "miss" without the "mi". Which means it's the same thing as mia.


Oh. Why don't people just do one or the other then? I have only seen mia in regular and ss in beta.


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ace13579

Junior Member

06-21-2012

because ppl like to make things complicated


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Cloud Orb

Senior Member

06-21-2012

I've seen quite a lot of people say ss in NA server, but some people didn't know what that means. I use ss because that's what I was using in Dota, it's an habit and I don't think miss/mia/ss is needed anyway if you have enough map awareness and wards


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Exiled Ditto

Junior Member

06-21-2012

I'm pretty sure SS is "stay safe." Same general meaning as mia, different expression.


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Shoopman

Senior Member

06-21-2012

It's the EU version of mia.


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SpikeRules

Senior Member

06-21-2012

I would appreciate it much more as "stay safe" rather than Mi(ss)ing, because the latter just makes me rage at the person who thought that up.

I like the stay safe idea.


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Blacker Waffle

Senior Member

06-21-2012

It either means stay safe, or so sorry.


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Werewolf Link

Recruiter

06-21-2012

SS is "stay safe". It means their lane enemy is missing, and they dont know where they went.

It's much faster than mia. It's popular in EU.


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