We Like Dota is a podcast about the casual Dota 2 scene, with segments such as the Hero and Item of the Week, E-Sports coverage, and Noobs Ask Noobs questions.
WLD #306: Three treasures talking the third treasure.
Sam, Arian and Jim join up to discuss treasure three, Arians new hotkey bindings, the return of a long absent community member and the hand-me-down economy developing both inside and outside of Dota 2.
WLD #305: ?
Jim is joined by Charlene to discuss Jim’s recent successes in Dota and where all the shiny stuff might be. They are then visited by loremaster Sam and his familiar, who explains Windrangers Story. They then get asked a profound question by a second Sam.
WLD #304: Dota Money
Jim is joined by Charlene and Arian to discuss the Windranger Arcana, the recently finished OMEGA League, Valve’s negligence of the pro scene, baseball and Team Secret.
WLD #303: The All Seeing Ones
Arian is joined by Sam to discuss sketchy dudes on parkbenches, the OMEGA League, technical difficulties that are embarrassing for valve as well as the most faithful character in Dota 2.
WLD #302: The reverse centaur
Jim is joined by Sam to discuss fatherhood, the new pudge persona, cache 2, OMEGA League Group Stage, WePlay! Production, and horsemen.
WLD #301: Cale Michael
Arian is joined by Dot Esports’s Cale Michael to talk Dota 2, Hats, and Lonzo.
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Fun and informative
I find myself enjoying every episode of this unassuming podcast, especially their food of the week. The hosts are funny and have a good tine together, the hero of the week is a clear introduction to each character, and the little hints and tips are great for new players. But I'm sure the seasoned can find some things to chew on too!
Getting over Dota?
Been listening to a We Love Dota for a while now and being a podcast based on this game I have played for more than 15 years I am happy to say it’s an enjoyable listen for the most part.
The show has good segments and releases on a consistent basis. HOWEVER if you aren’t playing the game anymore and you want to move on... (Charlene and Sam in particular) Then just do it!
It’s painful listening to you guys on the podcast when you have no interest in Dota anymore other than memes and you guys are too afraid to leave the podcast in what I can only assume is fear of change. The friends you have made won’t vanish into thin air but but you can’t possibly think you can run a successful podcast if half the time you talk about moving on from Dota or not wanting to get better etc.
Just my two cents